Honda CB400 Four – 1976 Restored Motorcycle
Manufacturer : Honda
Year : 1976
Honda CB400 Four – 1976
Model: 400 Four
Engine Size: 400
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo
Restored 1976 Honda CB400 Four Motorcycle.
This restored bike is a show winner.
The engine was rebuilt with many parts replaced for new parts or reworked.
A new cylinder head was fitted.
The timing chain and complete tensioning system was replaced.
New pistons and rings were fitted.
The clutch was replaced.
The exhaust muffler was replaced.
The carburettors were rebuilt, cleaned and tuned.
The electrical system was updated in many areas.
The charging system was replaced with a modern solid state unit.
A modern high quality electronic ignition system was added to replace the points.
The suspension was rebuilt with new seals, oil and bushes.
The swing arm pivot had full length bush with a grease nipple added.
The brakes were rebuilt with new pads and a new front hose.
The seat was professionally recovered.
A great restored Honda CB400 Four Motorcycle.
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