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Author Topic: 79' DOHC CB750 Canadian Build  (Read 2503 times)

Offline Integra99

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Re: 79' DOHC CB750 Canadian Build
« Reply #20 on: Dec 07, 2017, 12:31:11 »

Good luck and yes my mrs said if you are making Another bike... can I at least fit on the back please!!

Offline Nust

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Re: 79' DOHC CB750 Canadian Build
« Reply #21 on: Jan 18, 2018, 18:47:19 »
Sorry for the long delay between posts but with Christmas, work and life I didnít get much time in on the bike.  But I did get some stuff accomplished this week and with my headlight, shocks and gauges arriving today this weekend will prove to be even more productive.

So I built a basic seat pan out of 14 gauge 3000 series aluminum, I got some clip ons and motone micro buttons to work with the M-unit. Made decisions and tabs for mounting remaining electrical components like the RR, spark units and ignition relay.  Afterwards I worked on some potential ideas for a removable rear hugger. (I love the open rear wheel look but maybe itís not wise to throw water in toward the carbs in the event of a storm)

So now this weekend Iíll install gauges and controls, weld on/drill remaining mounts and then do some general wiring to test that everything functions and determine routing for tabs etc. Afterwards Iíll strip it all down and finish weld and grind everything perfect and send to powder at the end of next week before I head to Florida for a few days.


Offline Nust

  • Posts: 19
Re: 79' DOHC CB750 Canadian Build
« Reply #22 on: Jul 05, 2018, 10:33:46 »
Well I really fell of the rails adding to this thread during the build lol.  For anyone who may have been following my apologies.  Took a new job during the course of the build and it ate up the majority of my free time leaving me just enough to finish the project.  So skipping all the really fun electrical parts which I'll post some photos of later the bike is 99% complete.



The carbs need to be tuned to deal with those pods that they hate so much and that 4-1 exhaust with a short free flowing exhaust and a fender/plate holder for the rear and I gotta hit the seat pan with powder. all of which should get tackled over the weekend.



Anyways here are some of the photos readily available to show you folks.