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Author Topic: Honda CB750K Cafe Racer project about to start with a monoshock??  (Read 2039 times)

Offline rohalloran

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Ordered a set of KZ1000 Police wheels today off eBay so hope to be able to update if these fit next week. They did not have brake discs fitted which was annoying so need to source some once I fit the wheels to see how the brakes will line up and what mods will be needed.

Also ordered some nice Spark End Cans similar to the ones fitted to this http://www.bikeexif.com/win-custom-motorcycle-ironwood-cb750.

Offline rohalloran

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KZ1000 Police wheels arrived over the weekend. Almost smooth sailing with the fitment this evening.

Front wheel - Wheel bearings were the right size. Just need to take a few millimeters off the spacer.
Rear wheel - Wheel bearings need to be changed but all looks to align just fine. Have ordered a cush drive and rear sprocket carrier as they were not included with the wheels and the GPZ900 were different. Will report on these when they arrive.

I have to order front and rear disc brakes next. I can get the rear fine as I have found a disc that has a 130mm ID and 260mm OD with 7 bolt holes and no offset. (the GPZ900 disc was 6 bolt holes...) The front is a different story. The ID is 168mm and OD is 300mm for these particular wheels. The OD on the GPZ however was 280mm so I need to figure out how to accommodate for this extra 10mm of disc which will allow me to use the exitinging forks and callipers (they look quite chunky)
Thoughts are welcome on this predicament. (See thread for this here for some members ideas http://www.dotheton.com/forum/index.php?topic=75756.10)

Tried on one of the Sparks exhaust cans too which also arrived  8)










Offline doc_rot

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dunno how crazy you want to get but this is an idea i have played with for a while. You can buy rotor blanks and have them water jet cut into whatever design you want.

« Last Edit: Aug 05, 2018, 06:26:53 by doc_rot »

Offline rohalloran

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dunno how crazy you want to get but this is an idea i have played with for a while. You can buy rotor blanks and have them water jet cut into whatever design you want.

It had crossed my mind but I think I will just go with normal drilled pattern. Won't date.