Seven Fifty cafe-racer. Assembling. Part 1.

After photo shooting of exploded view I spent a day to clean my garage before assembling. Soon everything was ready:

CB750/CBX750 engine is a heavy thing, so I called for help to place it accurately in improvised “nest”.

With heavy engine and freshly painted frame it’s much easier to put the frame on engine, then put engine in the frame.

In fact it’s hard to pick the word for assembling description. It’s just assembling and that says it all. I installed parts in order which seemed convenient to me and with every step motorcycle carcass grew in details. I think photos will show the process better than words.

Suddenly Honda “Eight Fifteen” was standing on its own wheels for a first time.

To be continued.

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  1. idol

    the wheel look nice! where do you got them from

    1. gazzz (Post author)

      They are custom made. See previous parts of story.


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