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"Deviant" by CQYQTE
Here's a recently finished 750 by our member CQYQTE of Tottenham, Ontario in Canada. Jim started with a 75 version of the CB750 and got started stripping it down. He sent the motor of  to CycleEx for a complete rebuild. When it was done he got started by putting it in a CycleEx Pro Boxer frame. As Jim finished the bike, he used more CycleEx parts as well as other suppliers to get the look he was after. When it got to where he was happy with the result , he tore it down and painted it gloss black..  After reassembly he finished it off with a one off leather seat by Curt Wood ...

Here's a rundown as to what he used to build this beautiful Honda chopper. Nice job Jim, very nice. Really looks great. You can also follow this build in our build section here at

  • Motor:   1975 CB750F SOHC 4
  •    Overbored to 849 cc
  •    Twin 34mm Mikuni carbs
  •    PowerArc Ignition system
  •    Modified 4-1 Mac exhaust system
  • Frame:   ProBoxer (CycleX) Hardtail
  •    DNA Wide Glide -2” forks
  •    Custom Chrome teardrop gas tank scalloped tail
  •    1984 Softail horseshoe oil bag “frenched”
  •    2001 Honda Shadow Spirit dragbars
  • Wheels:   Ultima 60 spoked rims
  •    18 x 5.5 rear
  •    21 x 2.15 front
  •    180 Avon Venom rear tire
  •    90/90 Avon Venom front tire
  • Brakes:    Wilwood 4 piston front
  •    Wilwood 2 piston rear
  •    OEM CB750 rear master cylinder
  •    Harley 1984 Softtail front master cylinder
  • Fenders: Kraft Tech 9” trimmed rear round top
  •    Reversible Café Racer front
  • Gauges:   Motogadget Mini digital speedometer/tachometer
  •    Mechanical Oil pressure
  • Controls: Forwards custom designed
  •    Arlen Ness pegs
  • Lighting: Led modified Arlen Ness bullets
  •    4 ½” Side-mounting Headlamp
  •    Custom side-mount plate holder
  • Seat:   Bobber rock-shocked in tooled leather (Curt Wood)
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