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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...
Selling my CR Project.
Loads of new parts.
-fully rebuilt and upgraded brakes
-cR tank and seat. Never even had fuel in it.
-all powder coated
-lots of billet add ons
-4-1 Yoshi SS pipe
More I’m forgetting.
Located just outside...
That is it, I'm done.
Time to liquidate everything.
Started listing via eBay.
Will do A LOT better for a forum member if they reach out to me here.
If you have seen...
That's it, I'm done.
everything must go.
1970 guzzi ambassador.
"this" close to the road.
laundry list of new parts and fresh systems.
silly money has been spent.
my loss is your gain.
stock engine, last run two years ago.
gl1000 front end with new seals and rebuilt calipers.
CB550/CB500 4-1 Exhaust (Think it is a MAC) *$150
CB750 front masters
Have 4 or 5. All in standard used shape and in need of rebuilding.
Asking $30/ea but down to make a nice package deal for someone.
75-76 CB750F rear caliper.
Was bead blasted. Incomplete.
CB750F rear master
Unsure of the brand, I assume MAC.
I do not think it was ever really mounted or used (run)
Some surface rust and you can see the left over residue from some duct tape.
Been kicking around the shop for a while now, so not mint.
BUT not junk either.
Should work well for someone.
LOCAL PICK UP in...
Dual 29mm Smoothbore Mikuni performance carbs.
New gaskets and seals
Should fit IronHead and ShovelHead bikes.
Asking $375 but open to offers.
Should be a fun, and hopefully simple project.
Got rid of my Norton.
Bike was a tone of fun and I very much enjoyed it.
But it became redundant in my garage. While I did ride it to work often, it really was a more "point A to point A bike".
I would rather use the Seeley CB750 like that (and I...