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Yet another cool Honda CB750 Café Racer by MotoHangar based on a ´75 CB. MotoHangar is specialized in customizing and restoring Japanese classics. For customization, they offer different “packs” to choose from with a fixed price and a standard set of modifications.

Summary of the works:

A 1975 Honda CB750 featuring, custom tail and leather seat with swappable ‘Brat style’ leather seat. Vintage driving headlight and mini fog/headlight. Clip-ons with leather wrapped hand grips. Front end lowered one inch and rear YSS shocks. 4 into 1 heat wrapped headers. Carbs tuned with pod style filters. Stainless steal mesh side covers. Modern master cylinder, stainless steel braided brake line and MotoGadget speedometer. Completed with a black and bare metal paint scheme.

The list of modifications and parts is below the pictures.

CB750 Cafe Racer profile

CB750 MotoHangar 5

CB750 MotoHangar

CB750 Exhaust

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Honda CB750 Café 2

CB750 Café Racer 2

Honda CB750 Café 3

CB750 Cafe Seat

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CB750 Café Racer

Modifications:

  • Rebuild engine, polished and painted
  • Custom seat with possibility to switch from cafe racer to bratstyle seat
  • Complete new wiring
  • YSS rear shocks
  • Pod filters
  • Rejetted carbs
  • Custom 4 in 1 exhaust
  • Steel brake lines
  • Black painted rims
  • Clip ons with custom grips
  • New master brake cylinder
  • MotoGadget speedo
  • Custom triple tree
  • Small aftermarket headlight
  • New indicator lights
  • A lot of small details

This is not the first CB750 Café racer by MotoHangar; so don’t forget to check out this one.

By Published On: November 18, 2015Categories: Cafe Racer0 Comments on CB750 Café Racer “75” by MotoHangarTags: , 1.7 min readViews: 859

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About the Author: Ron Betist

Ron Betist grew up with motorcycles with a father heading the Amsterdam motorcycle police force. He has been riding (legally) for over 40 years and motorcycles are his true passion. With a life-long career in marketing and sales he has a huge international network. He joined as a contributor at BikeBrewers in 2017 to spread his word about bikes with the rest of the world.

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