The SOHC/4 World Tour is in under way.
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There is a discussion with diagram and example on this thread. THe idea is that you render the existing damping worthless.http://forums.sohc4.net/index.php?topic=43972.msg457451#msg457451
QuoteThere is a discussion with diagram and example on this thread. THe idea is that you render the existing damping worthless.http://forums.sohc4.net/index.php?topic=43972.msg457451#msg457451Thanks, I'll read that!Assuming my stock springs aren't at the replace me level, would the emulator be the best for handling? I guess the biggest question is, do the progressive springs do the same thing as the emulator, so one is as good as the other if installed properly?Thanks,Brandon
well here is a pic of my current setup i have scrubbed the EDGE of my tire... down too the tip... this is a 130/90/17 and a stock ride height bike..
I have to laugh thou, when some have said there CB is the best handling bike they have ever ridden. Grin Grin Grin
I'm running an F3 frontend for the dual discs, does anyone know of an emulator for these forks? Racetech only lists the F starting in 79, not 78 - will the K emulator work?
i add a steering damper and all the other part listed and wow the bike is great
Quote from: caferacer750 on July 06, 2012, 09:31:30 AMi add a steering damper and all the other part listed and wow the bike is greatOnly the "modern" sport bike needs a steering damper because the rakes are so steep. 24º in some cases.The CB750 never needed one . It is not an issue.The CB750 had 3.7 inches of trail. 27º-28º rake depending on model and year.It had enough offset too.
What size tire should I run to 'handle like a MODERN sport bike...' on my '73 CB750?