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Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by Mike_K, Feb 10, 2011.
Wow that looks nice! Must be a blast to ride.
Have been together since 2002
Sometimes it has a Wing Rack (good luck finding these for an F3)...
Sometimes it has a Monorack.
Always a good time.
My '93 CBR1000F. Bought it last year with about 25000 miles on it. Will probably trade it in on a new CB500X when they show up at the local dealer this summer.
Picked up a GSXR 1K titanium muffler from the salvage yard for $25:
Gonna try and mount it on my 06 F4i:
Some cutting and a connecting pipe fabrication maybe involved in the near future :
collecting dust in my living room
My CB500 (PC 26) from 1995, picture is taken at the Transalpina.
I know this is a pic thread, but I've looked everyplace for my book and on here to no avail.
I have an 82 cb750f/ss that I'm putting a new stator and cover on. The problem is I unhooked the brushes thinking the old stator would come out easily, I neglected to take my last name into account, MURPHY!
So, I ordered a new to me one from Brenda @ bikebarn, GREAT PLACE BTW!
In the mean time I had a brain fart, so can't remember which wire goes to which brush, one black, one white w/red stripe. Does it even matter? I HATE electrical problems!:dog:dog
Does anyone know, or have one apart they can look at? Major THANKS for your help guys, stay safe!
The only one I'll never sell... 2001 Honda CB750 Nighthawk
Period-correct Supertrapp lightweight stainless exhaust header
Brand new Supertrapp 'SC Elite' stainless muffler
National Cycle F-16 touring light tint windscreen
Hondaline backrest/luggage rack
Hondaline engine guards
Hondaline windshield (new) sitting in a box collecting dust
all new OEM rubber
all new fluids
5500 miles. Doesn't burn a drop of oil, goes like stink, is supremely comfortable, and sounds like a CB750 should. Oh, almost zero maintenance.
81 750 F, with Kerker pipe.
46k, goes like stink.
I recently let her sit a month without riding, (busy month, bla bla, I suck) and she started after less then 4 seconds of cranking.
good old girl!
However, I'm quite enamored of the modern cb1100.
What size rear tire are you running??
stock size for that year, afair, avon distanzias.
My 599 at one of the happiest places in Richmond
That is a beautiful Nighthawk. You really should get it out and ride it more. These things are drying up and its hard to find one that is not used up these days. I am sorta on the fence between a good used one (if I ever find one) and a CB1100 which is going to be way more money. If I ever find a good nighthawk I am going to ride the wheels off of it.
It is rare to see one CBX out in the wild, but yesterday we had 3 together in one place.
Here is my 82 parked with a 1979 CBX. Later in the day another 1982 showed up. We rode the matching bikes out of the show together.
I never thought I would ever get to ride with another one.
My (very) little cbr 125. First bike, new rider.
Never having sat on a motorcycle before, this one is proving more than enough :)
Good stuff! I'm not a new rider, 31 years old, and LOVE my CBR125R!
Thanks! I'm 29, but had never been near a motorcycle until this June when I bought it. Made an eventful ride home :eek1
this is my brand new love CBF 600si c-abs. the following photos was from my last trip in North-West Greece.
First post... Hi guys.
CBR600RR and CB1000R owner here, LA area.