Honda CB750 – 1977
Engine Size: 750
Drive Type: Chain
Start type: Combo
Restored 1977 Honda CB750K motorcycle.
Restoration work completed as below:
New tires and tubes.
New brake shoes on the back and pads on the front.
New front fork tubes, springs, seals and fork oil.
New rear shocks.
New right side switch cluster.
New front brake hydraulic hoses, master cylinder and rebuilt calliper.
The front brake rotor was cut, trued and drilled.
New clutch, brake and throttle cables were lubed and installed.
New complete 4-into-4 factory replica exhaust.
Oil pressure gauge installed.
New wheel bearings both front and back.
New front and back sprockets and chain.
Paolo & Franco Tarozzi front fork brace.
A Pamco Electronic ignition system was installed which include high output coils, new plugs and wires.
The inside the gas tank was cleaned with rust remover.
The tank and side covers were painted.
All four carburettors were rebuilt and synchronized.
K&N air filter.
Both wheels were powder coated and new spokes installed.
New seat cover.
New foot pegs.
New fork tube rubber guards.
New tail light.
New handlebar & hold down clamp.
New PIAA horn.
New fuse holder/connection with all new fuses and spares.
New combined rectifier/regulator.
All of the above work was performed by a certified motorcycle mechanic. No expense was spared and quality parts were used for a quality build.
A great looking Honda CB750 motorcycle.