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MikeisonTV

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I never posted my 91 cafe. Learned the ropes building Her...did a k75...now doing a 73 cb350 for my GF


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MikeisonTV

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I've redid this twice...not sure why it's chopping up my pics Sad


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Crazy Frog

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@MikeisonTV wrote:I've redid this twice...not sure why it's chopping up my pics Sad
Pics look fine for me.

What type of exhaust is that?


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Dai

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CB350... F4 or K6? The F4 is extremely rare as a standard bike - just thought I'd point it out Very Happy. The K6 would be a good choice because the bottom end is a huge bomb-proof roller bearing, which is why the Classic guys use them for racing.


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'83 K100 upgraded to K100RS spec
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'78 Moto Guzzi 850-T3, '79 Moto Guzzi 850-T3 California,'93 Moto Guzzi 1100ie California,
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KafeRacer

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Nice looking bike. Any photos of the K75?

Thanks.


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1990 K75RT
1985 K100 Kafe Racer
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MikeisonTV

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@crazy frog...I did 2 2to1 collectors so I could
Run dual exhaust. They are Norton commando style 
but I think they are Emgo or something similar. I only paid $150 for both tips...then had a fabricator out here weld up the collectors and build the pipes. Used the factory headers


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MikeisonTV

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Dai, I'm not as strong on the CB lingo as I could be, but insure I'm about to be handed some knowledge from you! It's a 73 CB350 twin...I've already torn her down to the frame which is getting powder coated as we speak. Here is a pic of her when I picked her up...only 4k miles! There was enough small areas of surface rust to discourage original restoration.

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MikeisonTV

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@Kafe, I'll try and get a side profile...I built it to sell and had her sold 1/2 through the process! 

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KafeRacer

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Sharp bike.  I like the paint, looks like a simulated toaster tank.


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Mossy1200

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Im not sure I could sell mine after so many hours tinkering.
Then again for the correct price I would and start another.

    

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MikeisonTV

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At Mossy they are like beautiful women...they all have little problems to fix, they're all a little different to ride, and they get easier to let go each time.  Wink


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Be made

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@MikeisonTV wrote:. . . they get easier to let go each time.  Wink
Yep . .  unless you get addicted to what they DO :_)))

    

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