1980 Honda CB750F
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This is a 1980 CB750F that has been upgraded with an '83 1100 engine, CalFab alloy swing arm, Progressive Suspension springs & shocks, Supertrapp stainless 4 into 1 exhaust, 1000 Hurricane wheels (2.5"X 17" in front and 3.5"X 17" rear), 600 Hurricane brake rotors front and rear with 1100F calipers. The rear caliper is an 1100 front left mounted upside down on a CX500 turbo bracket with a Suzuki alloy brake anchor arm. Rear brake lever is from a CBX (Forged alloy). The bike weighs about 515 Lbs with a full tank of gas. Front fender is from a VT250R Interceptor. Alloy foot pegs from a CX500 in the rear and a 600 Hurricane in front. Aluminum handlebars and stainless brake lines. Telefix fork brace. Turn signals from a Yamaha XT500 dirt bike. The engine has K&N filters, Jet kit, Clutch springs, Taylor wires and KV coils. Stainless oil cooler lines and filter from a gold wing on a '78 SOHC 750 spacer. The gas cap is from a 600 Hurricane and is flush on top of the tank. Switch gear is from a 750 Interceptor. Last, but not least, lots of polishing and powder coating. It runs like it looks-Fast and fun. About 55000 miles on it. I bought it new in 1980 for about $2300! My name is Roger and I live in Southern Oregon. Great roads in the summer.
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