Thursday, June 6, 2013

1968 HONDA CB450K1


1968 Honda CB450K1          
                                                    SOLD

Redesigned, refinished, and completely gone through, this super slick bike will make one lucky owner a very happy person. Unlike some of those other cafe racers that look like modern bikes with classic lines, this beauty looks like a real classic with modern touches that has been very well cared for. With brand new rubber, race shifting pattern, and weighing in at only 357 lbs wet, you will be doing the ‘ton’ in no time flat. Not only that, but with upgraded suspension,  tires, and brakes you’ll finally be able to carve those corners and slow down too! Featured on BikeEXIF.com and Third Place winner at Motorado Vintage Bike Show.









































Technical Specs:


Make Model
Honda CB 450 K1
Year
1968
Engine
Air cooled, parallel twin cylinder, four stroke, DOHC, 2 valves per cylinder,
Capacity
444 cc
Bore x Stroke
70 x 57.8 mm
Compression Ratio
9.0:1
Ignition  /  Starting
Points, Electric/ Kick
Max Power
45 hp @ 9000 rpm
Max Torque
4 kg-m @ 7000 rpm
Transmission  /  Drive
5 Speed  /  chain
Front Suspension
35mm
Front Brakes
Single Disc
Rear Brakes
Drum
Front Tyre
3.25-19  100/90
Rear Tyre
3.50-18  110/90
Dry-Weight
337.5 lbs (412 Stock)
Fuel Capacity
14 Litres
Top Speed
112 mph






Build Specs:

Frame-  Tabs removed, passenger pegs and brackets removed, center stand and brackets removed to cut down weight, cleaned and painted. New rearsets from a Yamaha R6 for a more aggressive riding position, new seat brackets, and new seat and pad from ‘Legendary Cycles’

Intake, Exhaust, and Fuel- New aluminum velocity stacks so this baby can breathe, carbs cleaned and rejetted for proper fuel mixture, new custom 2 into 1 exhaust by ‘ABET Auto’ for ideal back pressure, new chrome reverse megaphone muffler with removable baffle that gives a great exhaust note, fuel tank cleaned and painted, new knee pad rubbers, new OEM petcock, new inline fuel filters, new OEM intake boots

Engine and Final Drive- Motor disassembled, inspected and cleaned. Cylinders honed, new piston rings for great compression, new cam chain tensioner, valves checked and adjusted, new 15 tooth front sprocket for best top end performance without sacrificing low end torque, new 530 gold o-ring chain, new rear sprocket, all new gaskets, seals, and o-rings (no leaks from this baby), lightly polished engine cases and head, machined sprocket cover from ‘The Fix-it Shop’, all bolts and screws replaced with polished SS allen head bolts.Kinetic Oil Cooler. Currently running ‘Motul 3000' 10w40 mineral oil for proper break in

Electrical- New ignition switch, new starter solenoid, new 8 cell Ballistic battery that is super light and compact and has a 3 yr warranty, new headlight and lightweight brackets, new running lights with integrated brake lights, NGK Iridium Plugs and Boots, Battery Tender Pigtail installed so you can keep this puppy charged when you arent riding your trusty steed.

Controls and Gauges- New 2.5in mini speedo with integrated dummy lights, new 1.9in mini tach, new tire tread pattern grips, new bar end mirror, new bar end weights, new clutch lever, new master cylinder with mini fluid reservoir and adjustable lever,  new start/stop switch, new high/low beam/ horn/ turn signal switch, new clubman bars, new throttle assembly, all new cables, speed shifting pattern, no turn signals are installed (they are currently working as brake/ running lights), but wiring is all there if installation is desired

Steering, Suspension, Brakes, and Tires-  New tapered steering head bearings, reworked CB750 front end with single disc brake, new EBC brake pads, new master cylinder with integrated brake light switch and SS braided brake lines, lightly polished top triple clamp, new Shinko rubber to give superb grip, wheels inspected, cleaned,  trued, and balanced for a smooth ride, new fork gaiters and fork seals to keep that dust and debris out.

Additional Goodies for Buyer- Extra set of Jets (140, 150 main) (45 pilot), Extra set of points, Extra shift lever for riders with large feet, Wiring instructions for gauges, and controls, Original front and rear fender.

2 comments:

Davidabl said...

Please, I have to know what this bike sold for..I want a bike I could enter the Moto Melée rally in norCali with
AND have a good probability of finishing it.

http://www.motomelee.com/history.html

Charles Burkhardt said...
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