Honda four

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Greg
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Honda four

Post by Greg » Sun May 18, 2008 10:08 pm

Honda fours, If you want to drop the rear end as has been suggested befour use a suzuki gs 750 swingarm, lowering blocks and you can also use 350 honda shockers it drop about 2 inches. If you are rebuilding you honda motor and you would like to get more out of her use a honda F2 head and get if ported to the limits look out. The F2 head has bigger inlet valves and a bigger combustion chamber. More fuel in the better she will go. + a cam even better.

Couple of web sites that might help.
Yamaha
www.yamaharetrospares.com/ they also have a shop on/ 420 Main North Road.

If you like honda fours this sight has heeps of them, keep you busy for days www.cb750cafe.com/

I am looking for a custom frame to suit a honda four that uses a standard swing arm in it. Price cheap as possible.
cheers Greg

Bearcx
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Post by Bearcx » Mon May 19, 2008 11:10 am

Hi Greg, went there on Saturday. They were cramped for space at Yam Pitmans, so moved. The new address is 115 Regency rd Croydon. Across from Pro Action Spares, down 2 doors.

If anyone else is interested, they are the holders of N.O.Stock and parts for early Yam,Tri,Hond etc. Have some beuatiful bikes in stock. Z1000, CB750k, XS 650 and a container of 30 bikes coming next week!!!! All older stuff. Cant wait. :D
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