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900rr street-fighter awesome or stupid?

Honda CBR900RR Custom Street Fighter

Here is a local streetfighter for sale. I don't know if this would be a crazy buy or not.

I'm leaning more towards awesome...

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That's more of a Bobber... not very practical for commutes with. Wet backs in rain and that seat looks like it's good for 60m rides tops..

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"engine was redone a year ago (not out of necessity) fresh rings, blah blah blah"

Yeah. RIIIGHHHHT....

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post #5 of 38 Old 08-19-2014, 02:22 PM
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The tank was reprinted. I wouldn't touch it.

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Also, pretty sure that's an undulacted seat.

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So it sounds like no one would go for this. Although somethings look rough, it looks like he took his time with the seat and the led lights.

I'm sure it would definitely get some looks though!

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I think the price is a little out of line.

And while I agree, in the rain, it would truly suck, the bike would be a blast to ride.

No issues here, who are we to be judging anyone else on anything anyway?


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Why not buy a 99 900RR for $2500 and get some rattle can paint and a bobber seat and make your own. Nothing really special about that bike that you couldn't reproduce yourself for a lot less money. $5K? I can think of a lot of nicer bikes I could buy for that.

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Why not buy a 99 900RR for $2500 and get some rattle can paint and a bobber seat and make your own. Nothing really special about that bike that you couldn't reproduce yourself for a lot less money. $5K? I can think of a lot of nicer bikes I could buy for that.
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Why not buy a 99 900RR for $2500 and get some rattle can paint and a bobber seat and make your own. Nothing really special about that bike that you couldn't reproduce yourself for a lot less money. $5K? I can think of a lot of nicer bikes I could buy for that.
I don't have the time, money or skill to do all the custom stuff. I wouldn't pay $5k for it, but like Steve said that would be a blast. I doubt he has many offers. Oh and I don't generally ride in the rain no matter what my seat or fenders look like, so that's a non issue.

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I don't have the time, money or skill to do all the custom stuff. I wouldn't pay $5k for it, but like Steve said that would be a blast. I doubt he has many offers. Oh and I don't generally ride in the rain no matter what my seat or fenders look like, so that's a non issue.
You wouldn't need much skill to build that. I do a lot of custom bikes...here's a 1987 CBR600 Hurricane that I am turning into a 2004 600RR MotoGp replica...and I don't have $5K into it I did all the paint myself using OEM RR fairings...it's not a kit. All custom fit to the old Hurricane. Ground up build.




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Lose the fairing and throw on a big round headlight and that thing would be sweet, oh heck, it looks sweet with the fairing too


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This is what I started with...


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Great job on the resurrection


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^ I'll say. That looks great.

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You wouldn't need much skill to build that. I do a lot of custom bikes...here's a 1987 CBR600 Hurricane that I am turning into a 2004 600RR MotoGp replica...and I don't have $5K into it I did all the paint myself using OEM RR fairings...it's not a kit. All custom fit to the old Hurricane. Ground up build.



Very nice work sir! You are an artist.

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Thanks for all the positive comment on the RR conversion bike. It really is turning out nice. Some of us like to fix these old bikes and keep them on the road. I took this path because the bike had no fairings and looked like a pile of parts. Hurricane fairings are no longer made and used ones are expensive because the bikes were abused in the day. I found a set of RR fairings for $200 so that started me down the path.

But I really wanted to make a point about value and what can be done. Even tho the bike that gibbonator posted in kind of cool looking it really didn't take much to get there. For me I look at value...or I will make my own if I like it. Too many overpriced bikes out there...in a market that is flooded with bikes.

The other thing about building your own is you can make it the way you want it.

I realize some people are not that handy, but you could learn, or find a buddy that is handy to help you. It's a lot of fun . You could find a good example (low miles, clean), and have a nice toy for much less money. When you do it yourself it's way better because its "yours".

Nice job on the GL500 Steve. I've always had a soft spot for those

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Lose the fairing and throw on a big round headlight and that thing would be sweet, oh heck, it looks sweet with the fairing too
I have to admit when I first put the engine in a couple of weeks ago I thought about how it would be a cool street fighter.



But I was way too far down the full conversion path on this one to do that...but I do have a few more bikes waiting in line...maybe the next one


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Looks like you have a couple more "candidates" for a wicked street fighter sitting there ready to start


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You wouldn't need much skill to build that. I do a lot of custom bikes...here's a 1987 CBR600 Hurricane that I am turning into a 2004 600RR MotoGp replica...and I don't have $5K into it I did all the paint myself using OEM RR fairings...it's not a kit. All custom fit to the old Hurricane. Ground up build.
Holy crap dude, that is a sweet looking machine! I'm great at fixing the mechanicals, but I've never been good at the aesthetics. How did you get that thing painted so perfectly? Are those decals/stencils/hand done?

As far as the OP though, just looking at that seat makes my rear hurt. That said, I'm sure it goes like a banshee.

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"engine was redone a year ago (not out of necessity) fresh rings, blah blah blah"

Yeah. RIIIGHHHHT....
With a motogp cam.

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Holy crap dude, that is a sweet looking machine! I'm great at fixing the mechanicals, but I've never been good at the aesthetics. How did you get that thing painted so perfectly? Are those decals/stencils/hand done?

As far as the OP though, just looking at that seat makes my rear hurt. That said, I'm sure it goes like a banshee.
All the paint is custom. The black and white is masked and painted. Here is the front fairing after I finished it...you can see the masking overspray through the headlight openings.



I originally was going to do the bike black with gold accents, but as it was coming together it was turning out so nice I wanted it to stand out and be unique. I liked the Playboy MotoGP look, but wanted it "naked" (no sponsor decals) so decided to paint the fairings I had. It was very difficult and complicated. I had to make drawings and diagrams to figure out how to mask it for paint.

The tank was very difficult to get it to look right. The Hurricane tank has indents where the seat fits so I had to remove them. The tank is huge compared to the RR tank. I did models in Photoshop and could not get it to look good until I came up with the idea to outline the tank in black. That made it look smaller and also gave the fits of the RR fairings a cleaner look.



The trick in multi-color painting is prep and masking. I use good quality tape and burnish that edges to get a good seal between colors. The edges are sanded and polished to get them sharp and so you don't get a "standing" edge when you clear coat.

The gold is 3M "wrap" film that I made patterns of and then cut and applied like a decal. The Playboy logos are from a 2009 MotoGP race bike decal kit. The Honda decals are OEM.

All the parts got 3 coats of 2 part epoxy clear sanded and polished.

It was a very time consuming paint job. Sometimes it felt like way more than I wanted to do, but the results as I went kept me going and the final result is quite amazing. Even to me

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Sorry for hijacking this thread but one of the things that always catches my eye when I see a nice bike, particularly a custom or restoration is the quality of workmanship. "The devil is in the details".

I spent a lot of time sourcing parts for this bike. There are parts from 20 different bikes and many different models, manufacturers and years.

Underneath it is pretty much new. No rusty bolts or cruddy parts...no compromises. If it didn't look good I found replacements. This took a lot of time to find the parts and figure out what would work.



The shock is a Progressive adjustable...very difficult to find for a Hurricane...they don't sell them anymore. The passenger pegs are from a 929...figured out they had the same bolt pattern, and they are in keeping with the RR. Hurricane were painted steel and on an ugly frame that was hidden by the seat fairing.



The engine was gone through and rebuilt. It's flat black in keeping the RR. All of the color selections were to emulate an RR. The side covers where painted with a color close to the RR. I highlighted the "Honda" logos and used stainless steel socket head screws.

Like I said earlier, I still only have about $3K into this build...a lot of hours of work, but it's fun and keeps me out of trouble

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Do you own a bike shop?

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Do you own a bike shop?
No. Just do it for fun. I just got back into motorcycles after 30+ years a couple of years ago. I am going to set up a personal shop to work on my bikes. The next bike on the bench is a 1975 Norton Commando. It's a runner but want to restore it. I worked as an engineer for 40 years. I've done some auto restoration and built bikes years ago.

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You all got me thinking about doing a fighter out of one of the CBR's. So what do people like on these? The bobber type seat or a tail like the RR on my conversion bike? How about headlight...big round old school or small fairing type?

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Big round old school headlight and an RR style tail would be my vote


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What you've got here looks just about perfect, Throw on a set of USD forks and tubular handle bars and your good to go





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Wow! Thanks. I've looked at doing reversed forks, but it's a pretty big mod on these old bikes. Spendy too. Everything on the front has to change and the trees have to be modded...maybe...would improve the ride and the look for sure. I like all your suggestions. That one might take a little thought tho.

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That '87 CBR600 you're building uses the same steering head bearings as the 9er so depending on the length of the steering tube you might be able to follow the same path for USD forks as the 9er swap. I believe the '87 CBR forks are shorter than the 9er forks which would give you the option of using the 929/954 or CB1kR (radial caliper) forks.


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There are a bunch of issues with doing USD forks on the CBR600F. Most newer forks are longer. They also are stiffer. Tire size increase could create problems since the rear is 130. Stock front is a 110. Rake and trail could be compromised. My CBR guys don't recommend doing a USD fork swap on the old bikes. CG will be compromised destroying the handling.

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So dennis, if you build bikes, can you build me a street fighter like that for under $5k?

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Me too after gibbonater that thing realy looks sweet great job.

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I think it would be possible to do a nice street fighter for $5K...with a donor bike a lot less. I don't have more than $3K into this...but a lot of hours of labor so wouldn't make much

But this bike is a complete conversion which took a lot more than a fighter would.

My plan is to build bikes as a side line so I would be interested PM me if you are serious.

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Hey I have a 87 cbr600f1 I'm trying to figure all the new interchangeable parts for my f1 including a subframe if you can tell me where I can get engine rebuild kits as well I would be so appreciative please help your blog is the only one I found that seems like you know what your talking about

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Hey I have a 87 cbr600f1 I'm trying to figure all the new interchangeable parts for my f1 including a subframe if you can tell me where I can get engine rebuild kits as well I would be so appreciative please help your blog is the only one I found that seems like you know what your talking about
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