I am used to give information as combination of text and photos. I'd gladly insert thumbnail of pictures instead of full sized photos (even as they are prepared for web), but since the only option to put picture in text body is button "insert" I could do nothing about that.
I hoped for some comments to dilute my posts, however the only person that commenting this topic is you, thank you for that.
Honda CBX550 wheels’ and brake’ components polishing give me a hell of work. Even counting that CBX550 wheels are one of key points of my Kawasaki KZ650 cafe-racer project, they took tremendous amount of working time. However, it was worth it. Here are photos of assembled hubs.
The distinctive feature of every our project is preassembling photo that shows all parts, units and components of project placed on some background. We started this tradition of ours in 2014 when such “Exploded view” photos of motorcycles were scarce.
Honda CBX550 wheels worth to be regarded as project on their own. No need to count man-hours I spent on wheels modification, adaptation to chassis, comstar-to-spoke conversion, components cleaning and polishing to prove this my statement. Better take a look at the photo below:
I am amazed that parts off a 1990's 750 will work on a 70's 650 engine, so you can use the oil cooler too right?
They probably have a better clutch actuator too.
Nice to know about the Honda cables matching up, that's thinking out side of the box!
Interesting build , I will be looking forward to more surprises.