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Author Topic: CB400F, the water bike.  (Read 1069 times)

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Re: CB400F, the water bike.
« Reply #20 on: Dec 02, 2018, 21:28:51 »
It should be a little different.  I wanted to do it mainly becauae I though it would be intersting.  The steering stem is done, now to order bearings and plan the upper clamp out.
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Re: CB400F, the water bike.
« Reply #21 on: Dec 06, 2018, 18:51:27 »
Well, it fits.  Now for an upper clamp.
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Re: CB400F, the water bike.
« Reply #22 on: Dec 06, 2018, 21:13:39 »
I love unusual solutions and out of the box thinking but the other half of my brain asks "is that strong enough".  Is it stiff enough for the 400 which I would think would be much heavier than its donor?

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Re: CB400F, the water bike.
« Reply #23 on: Dec 06, 2018, 23:01:51 »
The bike it came off of was about 300lbs dry and 30hp.  So I probably won't be that far off on weight, and not that much higher on power.  I figure even with a 466 kit it'll be 40-45hp, and between 300 and 350lbs dry depending on how much weight I can save.
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