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2004-02-08 1979 Honda CB750K Motorcycles View Listings

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I have owned a Honda 750/4 K2 for 19 years now and it still runs as good today as the first time I rode it. It has been all over Australia with the missus on the back as well as towing a trailer that I built to travel with. It seemed to handle the job at hand reasonably easy. I had never had to do any work on it for the trip or on the trip in which covered approx 17000 km. All I did was put coarse 50 oil just to make sure the gearbox had a fair bit of protection and I changed it when I got home and put normal oil back in. It has got 495000 km on it now and it still a good bike.
- Jumbo, Singleton, Australia

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2003-09-01 1979 Honda CB750K Motorcycles View Listings

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I got my 79k model 10 months ago and have been modifying it ever since. It's now an 823cc potential monster. I want to put a different set of carbs on because the piston diaphrams are too heavy and take away from my throttle response. I also changed my front end by putting an 81 750custom dual disc with comstar wheels. This creation is now a 79,81 CB-823 K,Custom
- ray fitzpatrick, NoHo, California

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2000-07-24 1979 Honda CB750K Motorcycles View Listings

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Last year I bought a 79 750K 10th anniversary, Limited Edition to put around the countryside. This summer I have been riding it a lot more and would like to spruce it up some. I entered it at a bike show last summer and it won 1st place for the Jap-bike division. Everyone tells me that I have a classic and from checking out all the info. Available online I can see that they are right. It is my first bike and I enjoy riding and shinning it up in my spare time.
- Pierre Clement, Huntingdon, Quebec

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2000-06-30 1979 Honda CB750K Motorcycles View Listings

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I bought my 79 750K new in 79. It was the last of an era of the mighty 750-4. I still own the bike and have had excellent service from it. When the bike had 14,000 miles on it I removed the engine to chrome all the cases including the valve cover. At the same time I had a 3 angle valve job done along with a port polish and installed a Andrews "A" cam along with new springs and Titiaum retainers. I installed braided lines on fuel lines and installed an oil temp gauge and oil pressure gauge mounted on top of the headlight, feed via braided line. I also chromed the swing arm and chain guard. I originally ran stock carbs that were chromed, then 2 different early version stock carbs. I found the best combination when I bought a set of Mikuni 29mm smooth bores. I also learned that there was a huge benefit in running an after market electronic ignition along with Accel super coils into 8mm wires. The 750 exhales through a "RC" Four into one header. I fit the bike with a set of Continental Super twin tires for traction. I also slid the front fork tubes up in the clamps about 1/2" to shift some weight toward the front. I drilled the front brake rotor with I believe 196 holes and the resurfaced it flat. This looked trick and did keep the pads clean/cool. The bike will make power up to about 10,000 rpm and had run 13.0 comfortably, maybe a little better with a better rider. I ran 15-43 sprockets on the street but went down to a 13 front on the strip. This bike was quick in its day. The bike did not have the brakes of performance of today's machines but it will still surprise the un-expecting rider today with its stock appearance and better than expected performance. I believe for someone a little tight on funds these old bikes can be a blast. I own 3 other Hondas currently with the newest being a 2000 CBR929RR. Believe it or not I still enjoy taking this old girl out for a spin. The bike currently has 50,000 mile on it and still looks great. I often have people come over and ask about the old girl.
- Tom Hanczyk, Lebanon ,Oregon

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2000-05-26 1979 Honda CB750K Motorcycles View Listings

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I have a 1979 Honda CB750K that didn't run when I got it out of a guy's barn 3 years ago. After the brake caliper rebuild and full carb disassembly and cleaning, the bike would hit an indicated 135-mph. Stock!! Then I got the bug...it has MAC 4-1 exhaust, K&N filters, jet kit and lots of custom weight loss/body modifications. It weighs 450 lbs. with oil and gas and makes 95 rear wheel horsepower. I haven't had a chance to take it to a timed quarter mile yet, but it does rip. Only complaints are the flexing frame....I'm working on some aluminum braces for it and the crappy scary brakes. Compared to a modern bike, these brakes will give you a few good scares before you get used to them. The bike could use some more tire, but I have as wide of rubber as will fit on the factory wire wheels and I must say, it will wheelie and spin the rear on a hard launch. It is a bargain street racer and very very easy to sucker the frat boys into races. They often lose, thinking that the wire wheels and no fairing equal a slow old pig. Its the 2 wheeled equivalent of a 400 hp Nova in primer..the perfect sleeper.
- Craig, Ames, Iowa

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