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I have not dug into the ignition or timing.
Has strong spark.
Vent was checked and cleaned. Also tried to ride the bike with the cap opened, and it didn't effect anything.
New NGK plugs
New air filter.
So some background.
Bike is a Bimota SB6R that hasn't run in years. Was stored in a living room.
New fuel filter
New air filter
Cleaned the carbs and replaced all the seals. There were stored dry, so nothing crazy to clean.
Slides move freely.
Bike starts right up.
I am still randomly coming across bins of CB750 parts.
All from the SOHC era.
But figured I would list the rest and see if anyone here was interested.
Have two CB750 K front brake rotors
CB750F kick stater (Have two). This is the one to get for your K bike with rear sets...
Still unpacking, and still finding cool junk.
I saw this dizzy set up on a bike in a CL add in TX.
Guy was open to parting out, but really wanted to sell it whole. Bike had a few other trick road race parts on it, but the dizzy was what I wanted.
Figured I had missed out.
THEN someone on...
It is a 16 inch.
Normally I like the 18s, but I think on a chopper I like the old school look of the 16.
Bike always has had a 16 rear.
Also the 16in rear mag wheels are almost worthless as so many people want the 18, so I can get a brand new wheel for what it would cost to get spokes!
Still unboxing, organizing and laying out what parts I have.
Normally I prefer the look of polished metal to chrome, but on a bike like this....the more chrome the better.
I also am a sucker for vintage "finned" covers.
Spent some time messing around with another small project.