"When you’re riding the greatest torque to weight ratio on the planet, you must blast beyond lethargic unassuming cageriders every few minutes to release pent up machine/man stress-inducing anxiety. There exists uncontrolled relish and glee in this exercise."
-The Motograph – A Confederate Motor Company


The List_MF

This to do list grows as much as it shrinks. However the big things are beginning to cross them self off. I have all the parts I want, now it's a matter of fitting them and modifying once I see that they don't fit.


A little bit closer_MF

Man...I can taste it! I have all my parts, all I need to do it paint and install them...fabricate a few brackets and she will start to come to life.

Here's a little taste of progress!


Mini CB750 gauges installed_MF

Since I machined the top triple tree bar mounts off and the old gauge mounts down, I had room to really tuck the gauges in close to the tree and flush with the rest of the bike. New mini gauges from Dime City cycles and some custom mounts and they are mocked up!

CB750 Internal fork lowering_MF

This is a pretty common mod to lower the front end without sliding the forks through the trees, or at least not as much.

-Step one was to machine 3 inch spacers the OD of the valve seal and ID of valve body. Since it covers the stock damper holes I re-drilled the holes 3 inches lower (length of spacer) so to not limit fluid flow.

-Then simply cut springs to desired length, less spring you cut compared to spacer, the stiffer the front end becomes. I cut 1.5 inches off out of 3 and reinstalled. It is very stiff however so I think I will take a total of two out of the spring leaving an overall 2in shorter spring with a three inch spacer.