Bike Of The Day: 1974 Honda CB750 Custom

This 1974 Honda CB750 was customized as a brat-style cafe racer. The frame and wheels were painted black, and the fuel tank was stripped of paint and clear coated over bare steel. The tank and side cover emblems were removed, and some small dents were visible in the sheet metal. The rear fender, gauges, turn signals, and mirrors were omitted, replaced by cafe racer-style drop bars and a custom brat-style seat.

The front end featured a hydraulically-operated single disc brake with a braided steel hose. An aftermarket headlight with custom mounting brackets and a smaller alloy fender were added. Painted wire-spoke wheels were fitted with Avon Road Rider tires.

Powering the bike was a 736cc SOHC four-cylinder engine that produced 68 horsepower in its stock form. The engine transferred power to the rear wheel through a 5-speed transmission and chain drive. It features four Keihin carburetors with individual K&N filters, as well as both electric, kick starters and a 4-into-1 exhaust system.

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