I know, you are probably thinking WTF dude, finish your other 3 builds. Well, there's an answer for that, and it starts like this. "Hi, my name is Peter, and I have a bike problem..." The Ninja is barely out of the gate with 200 miles on the build and I'm starting another project. This one has been in the works for awhile. Ever since I saw this pic, I was in love. It's a tribute to the Bubba Shobert RS750 I will be departing from the standard tracker a bit. As I have yet to buy a part this is all subject to extreme revision Front end-Aprilia RSVR Mille forks, radial Brembo brakes Front Wheel-KZ1000 wire spoke wheel. Custom carriers for discs. 1.85"x19 rim Tank-Airtech Streamlining RS750 tank Seat-Airtech Streamlining RS750 seat Tail-Airtech Streamlining RS750 tail Swingarm-CBR600F4i swingarm Rear wheel-KZ1000 with custom carrier (not sure this is going to work, might need to go $$$ and get a A&A racing knockoff hub) Rear suspension-CBR600F4i shock and linkage So I will be monoshocking this bike and I am excited to do it. Part of me wants to go traditional as I have a hawt set of Paioli piggyback shocks I have been dying to use. But I like to screw around. Same for the front. I toyed around with not using a front brake then decided that 640mm of stopping power was really what I wanted. I plan to eliminate the oil tank from it's current location and see where else it can go. I've seen some creative places for it under the seat, sideways in the frame, under the motor like the RS750 had. I like that back triangle open course the DOHC motors had no oil tank... I will probably have to get custom triples made, although this will depend on how the front end feels. I would like to keep this a reasonable build and not some super high bling, money no object type build. I am using the Aprilia front end as a local riding buddy had it over at his house last week when I went to help him move a gun safe. I had the CB750 in the truck, conveniently, as I had just gone to pick it up. Held the forks up next to the bike and said, "Yeah, I can make that work..." Famous last words. And here's our lovely lady. 1977 CB750k. Miles unknown, although I have heard it run from the seller who started it with no header and a donor gas tank. Runs good. He pried $300 from my hands for this beauty and then another $50 escaped my pocket for a mint 4-1 header (model unknown but looks like a Kook's to my untrained eye) I plan to start tearing it up and having my usual fun. Expect mistakes to be made, choices you would not have made and everything else involved in a fun project.