1979 Honda Cb on 2040-motos
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Classic 1979 CB750 Ltd. restored with Love
Every system on this bike has been restored/upgraded to daily driver status:
Ignition- Coils replaced with Dyna Coils, pulsers replaced, new plugs/wires
Fuel-Carbs cleaned and rebuilt professionally. Balanced. Insulators and airbox boots replaced. Petcock rebuilt.
Electrical- New battery, stator, rotor, reg/rec.
Engine- Valve lash shimmed and maintained. Cam chain adjusted. Starter clutch rebuilt. Oil pressure sensor replaced.
Chassis- New seat cover. Front brake caliper rebuilt. fork seals replaced, rear shocks replaced with Progressive shocks.
New tires. Polished side covers and valve cover. Interior of tank in great shape, no rust problems. Inline fuel filter installed.
A great deal of blood and sweat went into restoring this bike. It sat for over 30 years in a warehouse. I purchased it from the original owner with 2400mi on it. Currently at 17,900 miles. Used as a commuter bike. Highway miles. I live in the desert southwest, dry climate. I'm selling because I bought a 2014 CB1100.
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Moto blogTue, 02 Jun 2009 00:00:00 -0700
The 2010 Honda Fury Chopper has been out for a few weeks now and people have been buying them up all across North America. A local Honda dealer revealed to us that he only received 4 choppers from Honda and sold them before they even arrived at his shop. The Fury is at a great price for those who want a stylish chopper look, but are you sacrificing quality for a bargain chopper? Do sloppy welds break your heart or can you tough it out and live with them knowing you got a unique looking bike at an affordable price? See the full post for pictures and opinions.Mon, 05 Dec 2011 00:00:00 -0800
Gresini announced the re-signing of racer Michele Pirro, with a promotion from the Moto2 class to the premiere MotoGP class. Pirro raced for Gresini in the Moto2 class in 2011, finishing ninth overall with a third place finish and a victory in the season-ending Valencia round. For 2012, Pirro will compete in the MotoGP class riding a CRT bike with an FTR chassis and a Honda CBR1000RR engine.Mon, 22 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0700
Quebec teenager Stacey Nesbitt has won the Canadian Superbike Championship’s 2011 Honda CBR125R Challenge title. We’re still checking, but organizers are already calling Nesbitt the first woman to win a national road racing championship (excluding women-only categories). The 14-year-old from St-Lazare, Quebec, swept both Honda CBR125R Challenge races in the season finale at Mosport International Raceway in Bowmanville, Ontario, to win the title with 421 points, 52 points ahead of runner-up Austin Shaw-O’Leary.
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