Honda CB400/4 – 1976 Restored Motorcycle

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Honda CB400/4 – 1976

Year: 1976
Manufacturer: Honda
Model: CB400/4
Colour: Yellow
Engine Size: 400
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo

Restored 1976 Honda CB400/4 Motorcycle.

This little Honda was completely disassembled and restored with many new parts.

The engine was stripped and rebuilt with a new cam chain and tensioner.

A new Hivo chain was fitted and the engine was re-painted.

The carburettors were stripped and ultrasonically cleaned.

Everything was reassembled with with new seals.

The frame was sand blasted and powder-coated.

The tank and side panels were repainted.

All of the original nuts and bolts were re-plated.

The front fork stanchions were re-chromed.

Some of the new parts used include:

New exhaust,
Chain guard,
Shock absorbers,
Rear lamp,
Wiring loom.

A really great restored Honda CB400/4 Motorcycle.

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