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Chris - have you run the bike with the pod filter? I considered it, but my bike came with a cheapo aftermarket carb, which will complicate the re-jet. What did your rear shocks come from? Looks like they might be a bit stiffer and taller than stock, which could be nice for these bikes.
It's been a while, but I've gotten a lot of work done.
I installed new rim strips, tubes and tires -
Installed new Oury grips, which I also use on my bicycles -
Replaced the original, bulky stop/tail light -
With a smaller trailer stop/tail light. Cut out a new metal plate to fit it to...
New member in Minnesota, here. Nate G. I've rented a workshop with a few forum members for a couple of years. I've cast a few votes for BOTM, but now that I'm posting some content, I figured an introduction was in order. I've been fiddling with a basket case Yamaha RT360 for a while, I...
This month, I picked up a Honda CM185t. Sold as a "Great running bike"
It was a windy 10 degrees F when I picked it up. It was stored outside, battery had been removed for Winter, and I wasn't going to try to start it.
With a little good faith, and a lot more signatures on a bill...
Renting the same workshop as Swan, I've had the privilege to watch this build (and plenty more of his work) very closely. Whoever buys this bike is in for a real treat.
Top Gear fans will know what I mean, when I say that the sound of that 4 into 1 exhaust with the repacked Dunstall style...
The first two mistakes were bad... This last one has to feel like a slap in the face.
When you get in touch with the company, I'd send them a link to your CB750, CB400f, and Goldie threads. Once they count up the thread views, they might work hard to make you happy again.