built this Honda CB450 cafe racer from load of old and new parts. The parts include:- freshly powder coated frame- CB360 swingarm fitted (2 inches longer than the stock one) with Marzocchi shocks.- new wiring harness, reg/rec, battery, headlamp, indicators, tail lamp, Daytona digital speedo/tacho, Tomaselli switch block, Motogadget M-lock ignition all working.- rear sets specifically made for CB450.- Ducati clip ons, restored with proper cable adjusters, levers, throttle and grips.- cafe racer seat, bolts on and hinges up, locks in place on original seat lock lever.- shortened front and rear guards.- hard to find aftermarket pipes. So it looks the part. Problem is, am struggling to get the left cylinder to fire. Compression is on 120, the spark is there but weak. Fuel is there as the plug is wet with petrol. Could be weak coil, could be valve adjustment, could be more than that just don't know and don't have the time or interest to find out. don't plan to ride this bike as have brand new Z900RS and that is all want to ride. Pick up from Healesville, also have another CB450 project in pieces if you are that mad.
On 03-Apr-21 at 16:31:58 AEDST, seller added the following information:Update: The Motogadget M-lock ignition will be removed and stock key operated ignition fitted before the bike is sold.On 04-Apr-21 at 14:07:11 AEST, seller added the following information:Update: A new Honda CB450 key ignition is now fitted and working. The eBay reserve price set at $3,500 has been reached so it will sell. Remember to read the description carefully before bidding, it still needs little work somewhere to get it running right on two cylinders. Not sure what though. I honestly do not think it is worth any more than $3,500 to $4,000 and now wish just put Buy it Now at $3,500, so bidders take note.
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