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Old School streetbikes...

...anyone have one/restored one? I'm thinking of getting something classic, but with enough balls to not get run over and brakes to stop it (no drums on the front!)


Here's the list I came with so far:


Honda CB400 (74-76)

Honda CB750 (69-78)

Honda KZ750 (80-85)

Kawasaki KZ 750 (GPZ750)

Kawasaki KZ1000 (78 - 82)

Yamaha RD series (350, 400, 500)




I know there are plenty of newer bikes out there, but I'm looking for something that needs a bit of work and can be made streetable again, yet be fun to ride around on occasionally...TIA

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what were those old honda interceptors from the early mid 80's?
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what were those old honda interceptors from the early mid 80's?



KZ1000 Police Interceptor? LOL...


You mean this:





Those are cool, but I'm trying to stay with inline engines...I never really heard anything good about those early V engines...(oil starvation being a problem)
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Oh yeah! Those look sweet!

the lower faring is not on it, but i am pretty sure he has it. it runs good, but just needs some TLC and a good bike mechanic to fix it up. i think he went on the Dublin cruise last year with it.

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the lower faring is not on it, but i am pretty sure he has it. it runs good, but just needs some TLC and a good bike mechanic to fix it up. i think he went on the Dublin cruise last year with it.

Yeah...that's kind of what I'm in the market for...a good solid used bike that's been neglected and needs a little TLC to bring it back
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Those are cool, but I'm trying to stay with inline engines...I never really heard anything good about those early V engines...(oil starvation being a problem)



i always liked those when i was a kid. were all of them v twins?
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I had a CB750F as my first bike, I would like to have another one as well. Also a KZ750/1000 would be nice as well.

Good luck finding yourself one............. oh yeah and post up oics when you get it...
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i always liked those when i was a kid. were all of them v twins?

Yep...
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I had a CB750F as my first bike, I would like to have another one as well. Also a KZ750/1000 would be nice as well.

Good luck finding yourself one............. oh yeah and post up oics when you get it...

Definitely...I saw a Triumph 750 the other day, and a Norton the next...its a sign! LOL...
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Go find an early V-Max.
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the old interceptor is a 90 degree v-4. and they have a gear drive cam tower that is and absolute pain in the ass to get the cams where they belong. And just like every other honda they have top, bottom, left, right, center, whatever fucking different main and rod bearings you could imagine..........If i remember right there is not one interchangeable bearing half, except the center mains.

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Go for it.I have had a ton of old bikes.
75 KZ900
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72 Kawi H2 750
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Many more i have forgot.

I was wanting to check these out up here where i am living.

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The Magna's DO have problems with cam chains and cam bearing failure IF you get one that was not maintained. I had to install a used engine in my V-45 Magna but once I got it running it was a GREAT bike. Even managed an accidental wheelie on it once. The V65 Magna I am now restoring had a cam failure due to the previous owner not checking the oil. I just finished installing a used engine in it and so far it runs great and is VERY VERY fast. It will do the one wheel thing quite easily, is silky smooth, looks great, will flat haul ass, gets respectable mileage..and if you look around you can find a running one for under 2 grand. The reason I vote for the Honda Magna as opposed to the other bikes you've mentioned (other than the GPZ)....WATER COOLED..runs cooler, makes more power, lasts longer...shaft drive...ZERO chain and gear maintenance..and doesnt get dirty like a chain.

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Those are cool, but I'm trying to stay with inline engines
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Here are a couple of old school streetbikes I've seen for sale on the board that I wish I had the extra cash to buy.



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If you are going to get something old, get something with a turbo.

LMAO at 3FP's pic...that or this would complement my SVO:




LOL at TURBO on the tailpipe...
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Wow...I found this - too bad its far away:





Kenny Roberts SR. is one of my heroes - him and Freddie Spencer used to duke it out on 500's, 750's, and 1000's back circa 82 - 85
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Here are a couple of old school streetbikes I've seen for sale on the board that I wish I had the extra cash to buy.

That first black bike is bad ass.
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Wow...I found this - too bad its far away:





Kenny Roberts SR. is one of my heroes - him and Freddie Spencer used to duke it out on 500's, 750's, and 1000's back circa 82 - 85
that is a two smoke, correct?

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Look for a 80 kawasaki gpz 1100. Fuel injected and suppose to run in the 10s!
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Yes I realize this thread is very old, but I am about to pull my KZ900 out and start work on it and I was just curious which bike the OP picked.
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Look for a 80 kawasaki gpz 1100. Fuel injected and suppose to run in the 10s!
I think '81 was the first year for the fuelies, and they were sort of unreliable. The electronic "black box" (under the seat) would go out occasionally. They might run in the 10's...if they were being towed by a 'Busa! Mid-11's at best due to about 570lbs.

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I use to have a 79 RD Daytona special with jardine exspansion chambers, cafe bars, and the little 1/4 fairing in the front when i lived in cali from early childhood until the early 80's those two stroke 400's will run a whole in the wind i promise you.It will suprise you and a lot bigger bikes they pull hard!
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I use to have a 79 RD Daytona special with jardine exspansion chambers, cafe bars, and the little 1/4 fairing in the front when i lived in cali from early childhood until the early 80's those two stroke 400's will run a whole in the wind i promise you.It will suprise you and a lot bigger bikes they pull hard!
My dad had a '74 RD350 (with the oil injection?) that ran damn good for what it was.

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ok...

like this...



or this one..



i have 1 complete(and slightly chopped up)cb750, and a spare motor..4 racks of carbs.....

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Dang, I dont see a single bike other than the bikes Fitzwell posted that I think look decent. Those old sport bikes were the yack! Of course I was watching top gun the other night laughing at him on that goofey bike he rode.

I can understand some people dig them though so Im not hating
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Any of the GPz family from Kawasaki (models made right before the 900 Ninja came out) 750 turbo and 1100 are particularly fun.
Suzuki GS 1100/1150E Lots of drag bikes based on these.
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LMAO at 3FP's pic...that or this would complement my SVO:




LOL at TURBO on the tailpipe...
That looks just like my old CX500T, net on the seat and all. Yeah, the Turbo on the pipe is hokey, but they have a sweet midrange rush when the turbo spools up.
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That looks just like my old CX500T, net on the seat and all. Yeah, the Turbo on the pipe is hokey, but they have a sweet midrange rush when the turbo spools up.
They actually ran pretty damn good for a 500 twin! A buddy had one that was tweaked a little and from a roll it would run with some much bigger bikes.

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Wow...I found this - too bad its far away:





Kenny Roberts SR. is one of my heroes - him and Freddie Spencer used to duke it out on 500's, 750's, and 1000's back circa 82 - 85



wow, my buddy has that exact bike. rz350 2 stroke watercooled. he's also got an rd400 air cooled twin cylinder 2 stroke. they are fun as hell!
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ok...

like this...



or this one..



i have 1 complete(and slightly chopped up)cb750, and a spare motor..4 racks of carbs.....

i built a cb750 chop similar to those a few years ago. it was a different build to say the least. i'd rather work on harleys. LOL!
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that kawi 2 stroke triple was a bad mofo. "the widow maker"


we had one of those a couple years ago. it was a drag bike but even the stockers were fast as shit.
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that kawi 2 stroke triple was a bad mofo. "the widow maker"


we had one of those a couple years ago. it was a drag bike but even the stockers were fast as shit.

THE OLD H1 AND H2s HELL YEA! i was about to make this post!

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Any of the GPz family from Kawasaki (models made right before the 900 Ninja came out) 750 turbo and 1100 are particularly fun.
Suzuki GS 1100/1150E Lots of drag bikes based on these.
Yamaha FJ1100/1200

I have owned a gpz ninja 1000 right after i had to sell the gs11e. I have been on the hunt for either one and havn't had much luck. I would have to say in my opinion that the gpz looked cooler but the gs had some mad torque gettng out of the hole and was easier for me to keep the front end down.

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Trust me, you haven't really lived until you've had a Kawi triple seize up on you at the top end of third gear. I had a nasty green 500 back in the day, it was wild, fast and totally unpredictable. Widow maker indeed!
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Trust me, you haven't really lived until you've had a Kawi triple seize up on you at the top end of third gear. I had a nasty green 500 back in the day, it was wild, fast and totally unpredictable. Widow maker indeed!
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