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post #1 of 52 Old 04-05-2013, 09:37 PM Thread Starter
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Cafe racers

I'll always love my niner, but I've caught the cafe bug in a bad way.

Whose got something in the garage? Share some pics!

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post #2 of 52 Old 04-06-2013, 03:43 PM
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I share your enthusiasm, but dont have much to show for it at the moment. I have an '81 GL1100 that I want to cafe out (sorta) but its been sloe to come together.

Well, fire the engines! Spur this iron space-pony on!

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Here ya go.
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1976 Yamaha XT500 bought new, ridden for 1000 miles, and thoroughly cafe'd. Ceriani forks, Lockheed calipers, Vesco seat, Honda 400 hawk tank, Tommaselli clipons, Morris magnesium wheels, three different self made exhaust systems, converted to 12 volt electrics, and completely rewired. In fact with the exception of blanchard grinding the brake rotors and bending head pipes, all work / parts / adapting done by me. Curb weight of 269 pounds, and currently has over 100,000 miles on it (estimated -- it doesn't have a speedo).
Radar clocked on Glendora mountain road at 119 MPH, used daily for three years commuting, errands, and touring all over the western U.S. On the highway it averages over 80 miles per gallon. Still perfectly functional and ridden occasionally.

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Here ya go.
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1976 Yamaha XT500 bought new, ridden for 1000 miles, and thoroughly cafe'd. Ceriani forks, Lockheed calipers, Vesco seat, Honda 400 hawk tank, Tommaselli clipons, Morris magnesium wheels, three different self made exhaust systems, converted to 12 volt electrics, and completely rewired. In fact with the exception of blanchard grinding the brake rotors and bending head pipes, all work / parts / adapting done by me. Curb weight of 269 pounds, and currently has over 100,000 miles on it (estimated -- it doesn't have a speedo).
Radar clocked on Glendora mountain road at 119 MPH, used daily for three years commuting, errands, and touring all over the western U.S. On the highway it averages over 80 miles per gallon. Still perfectly functional and ridden occasionally.

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Cool. I'm always surprised at how long these oldies just keep goin' and goin'... as long as they're kept goin'. Mothballing bikes/cars are the end of them.

76? I always thought the look was much softer/rounder when it came to 70's styling. That tank looks pretty slim and angular. Original tank?

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Cool. I'm always surprised at how long these oldies just keep goin' and goin'... as long as they're kept goin'. Mothballing bikes/cars are the end of them.

76? I always thought the look was much softer/rounder when it came to 70's styling. That tank looks pretty slim and angular. Original tank?
The XT came with a typical for that era fuel tank for a dirt / dual purpose motorcycle. A couple crashes from hunting for the right spring and damping rates later it was too bashed up (though not leaking!) to continue to use and I found the honda tank at a salvage for $15. Fortunately the XT and Hawk both have backbone frames, so it was relatively simple to adapt it. It's actually too wide at the rear for the seat height but I never brushed up on my tin bending (sheet metal work) to correct it. Maybe on version ... uh ... 6 I think I'll address that plus another exhaust, replacing the worn out Cerianis with a pair of 600 Katana legs with self made triples, and maybe look into integrating the taillight better, and ... You get the idea: it will never be "done".

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... You get the idea: it will never be "done".

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Oh yes. Well that's the whole point of a custom cafe

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Don't have any photos yet but I just rolled a complete 76 CB750F into the garage yesterday. Full blown cafe bike in my future.

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One in my future as well, used to think an old CB-Four would be perfect, then I saw a couple of Ducati cafe racers....




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I've got a 76 750 I've been thinking about tricking out

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One in my future as well, used to think an old CB-Four would be perfect, then I saw a couple of Ducati cafe racers....



Those are beauties! but I like mine a little more vintage.

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I got the bug with 4's ,this is my favorite cafe in my garage

but this one is alright

this one is okay too

Once bitten by the classics,it's hard to stop rebuilding them.So be careful.

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s10hornet, I just rolled a couple of beat 750's in the garage this week too. What are you starting out with? Show us yours and I'll show you mine.

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Old 400 Four

'75 Honda 400 Four - 15,000 miles done - ridden daily - tank and side covers to be repainted. Lots of fun.

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The damn cafe bug is infectious! Considering putting the cafe moves on my GSX when I get the dollars!

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I do not right now but I have been looking at the Idea of picking up some older used bikes, such as Virago's and such, and converting them over to cafe's or bobbers as a little side business. I have looked around some and there doesn't really seem to be too many people doing it in my area (at least from a flippers standpoint). I think here in the next few weeks, after I saddle up and see how painting my Hawk project bike turns out, I will probably be a little more inclined to do it, once I am sure I can do most of the work in-house.

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Those Viragos make nice customs!

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I'll play................

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Sweet googly moogly that's fine, Paul!!!!!!


BTW, I loved the CB400's since I first saw them back when. I had my CB750F but couldn't shake the envious feeling I had of my buddy Bob having the 400F!


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Here are a few nice ones I have found on the internet over time that I use for wallpapers.
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Saw this parked outside on my lunch break and absolutely love it. I wish I saw the owner around to find out if he built it or who he got it from.

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I'm in the middle of a café project on my 76 cb750f. It is totally disassembled at the moment. Frame is finished. Just brought my hubs to work today to glass bead blast them. Will be lacing the wheels and installing new bearings next week. Got my fork seals and waiting for the progressive springs and shocks to arrive. It should be a roller by this time next week.

Blasted the frame and took it down to the metal with a 3M scotchbrite roloc, sanded it with 800 grit then coated it with sharkhide. Did the same treatment on the swingarm. Won't be painting it. doing the same thing with the hubs and forks.

Rebuilt both calipers and had to make a new brake line tube for the front so I used some 347 stainless aircraft grade. painted calipers and oil tank black to go along with the black progressive shocks.

Haven't decided what I'm gonna do with the engine yet. Keeping the stock tank and getting a seat made at a local shop by a friend that used to work for Brian Fuller.

Eliminating the speedo so I'll have to fab up a mount for the tach. Keeping the top clamp and going with the LSL sport tour bars that I had on my 919.

I'll get some photos up before too long.

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Progress was slowed on CB750 for a minute. Finally got back to it this week.
Not much to look at yet but hopefully it will be soon.
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cafe build

Man, I just can't put two days together to work on this bike.
Here's the latest photo.
I'll be making my handlebars this week.
Hopefully I'll get to work on the electrics.
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Man, I just can't put two days together to work on this bike.
Here's the latest photo.
I'll be making my handlebars this week.
Hopefully I'll get to work on the electrics.
Haven't been too active here lately. Love the work on this CB! Are you leaving the tank as is? If I ever did one the bare-metal look has got my vote.

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That looks great so far. I've often wondered what the 9er would look like with a bare metal tank.

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work continues

I've been making slow progress on the cb750. Handlebars are made, just need to be trimmed and polished up a little. Headlight is done as is the oil tank. Modified the battery box to hold the 1.5 lb lithium ion battery and will mount the rectifier/regulator combo unit this weekend. Then it's on to the other side cover. Going to use the back side of another oil tank for the left side cover.

Bought myself a little ultrasonic cleaner and started on the carbs yesterday. Got one rebuilt. Planning to finish the other 3 this weekend.

So here's a pic as it sits right now.
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Haven't been too active here lately. Love the work on this CB! Are you leaving the tank as is? If I ever did one the bare-metal look has got my vote.
yeah, leaving the tank bare, as is the rest of the bike. No chrome and very little paint. I did paint the calipers, chain guard, oil tank and headlight. Might do some of the engine covers and the gas cap lid. Just enough to set it off a little. exhaust header will be black with a stainless can.

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been hampered by a cold winter, new grandchildren and life in general that has kept me from my project. finally got back to it last week and finished my oil tank side cover project. installed the carbs and k&n pods. need a chain tool to complete chain installation. here's what she looks like now.
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Looking good! What did you use on the engine covers? That's the look I want for mine as well.

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Looking good! What did you use on the engine covers? That's the look I want for mine as well.
I used a product called Alumiprep33. It is used primarily in the aviation industry. It comes in a concentrate. Mix with water, brush or spray on, let it sit, then clean with a red scotchbrite. Rinse with water.
I think NAPA sells a similar product.

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been hampered by a cold winter, new grandchildren and life in general that has kept me from my project. finally got back to it last week and finished my oil tank side cover project. installed the carbs and k&n pods. need a chain tool to complete chain installation. here's what she looks like now.
Lookin great! Balls deep in a cb550 build myself. Picked up an absolute rat of a bike and learning along the way… Its a steep learning curve.

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For those of you that may have thought I abandoned my project I have photographic evidence to the contrary.
Ended up having to buy one new handlebar switch assembly before I could go any further with the wiring.
Handlebars are finally finished and mounted with grips and switches. Turn signals are on the front so all that rat's nest of wiring inside the headlight is finished. Had to shorten the wiring on the left handlebar switch by about 8 inches. Front brake line isn't hooked up yet. I really need to shorten it. Rear brake is bled and ready to go.
Still undecided on an exhaust system. thinking about getting one from Carpy.
I got the seat pan for $35 from a guy on another forum. Not exactly what I wanted but couldn't resist the price.
Just got the foam to start making the seat. Thinking about having snaps put on for attaching it.
Looks like I'll be redoing the tank, it was a real mess inside and has a couple of leaks. Shopping for another f model tank but in the meantime I'll fiddle with this one.
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HeliMach posted this is some other thread. Soooo nice!


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Awesome man! Wish I had that skill and knowledge
thanks, man. don't know how much skill or knowledge I have but I did buy a factory service manual. I'm learning as I go which is one reason it is taking so long. part of the learning curve is just focusing on one aspect of the bike at a time. it's real easy to get lost trying to work on different things at once.
after I stripped the bike down to the frame I let the rest sit until it was finished. then I started on the brake rebuild, after that came the wheels and forks. The bike was a runner when I got it so all it needed was some clean up and valve adjustment, points and condensers, fresh oil filter then it went back in the frame. Carbs were next.

You get the idea. I'm not experienced enough to have three things going on at the same time. Right now I'm focusing on finishing the wiring. Once that is done I'll concentrate on the seat. Last item on the list is finishing the gas tank.
hopefully by then i'll have decided on an exhaust system and will fine tune the carbs.

Keeping my fingers crossed.

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That's how I've been going about my bike rebuild too. A little here and a little there. Now that it's warm, I haven't looked at it too much. I wanted to ride it this summer but I keep riding my other bike. I'll get back to it one day. Yours is looking good! Keep it up!

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