Tuesday, 26 July 2011

CR750 Replica On Ebay

This day just gets better and better. Ebay is full of good Honda racing sales at the moment… Somebody most really fell the recession in the US???

This Honda CR 750 was built in 2010, and the engine has racing camshaft, ported and gas flowed head, Boyer ignition, lightened crank, double disc brakes, alloy rims front and rear, shortened frame, Swarbrick megaphone exhaust, and alloy oil tank. 

And the race fairing is painted in Honda factory racing colours – NICE !!!


CR750 Drag Bike Parts – On Ebay

Wow somebody is pulling apart an old drag bike!

And this somebody is Mr. Redlined24, and he has some rare and collectable CR drag bike parts for sale… If I had 1000$ to spare, I would by the lot!!!

Have a look yourself.

RC Performance Head

This performance head is from an RC Cobra engine, and includes alloy spring retainers, heavy duty valve springs and aftermarket valves. The combustion chamber has been enlarged to accommodate the increased size of the 1060 cylinders/pistons.

1060cc RC Drag Bike Cylinder

This is the real deal, this is the famous RC1060 cylinders pulled out of storage after 30 years!
 Bored for 73mm pistons a stock bike runs anywhere from 35-50Hp with the 1060 kit you will be pushing 100Hp. If you want a piece of racing history; this is it!

LINK: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=170672485029&viewitem=&sspagename=ADME%3AB%3ASS%3AUS%3A1123#ht_500wt_1182

73mm Aaris Pistons

This set of 73mm Aaris pistons is also originally from the RC 1060 Cobra engine, and are in good shape. The exhaust valve kissed two of the pistons, and left slight indents. But no cracks or holes in the pistons.

RC Golden Rods

I personally have only seen on set of original RC gold rods on Ebay before, and they are truly rare to find. These rods are only for the biggest of the bigbore engines, and for high-stress applications. Not street machines!!!

RC Performance Camshaft

Action fours ss2a cam, do I have to say more? Ok here is more… This piece of stick runs at an optimal rpm rate of no less than 6.500 rpm [Bare in mind that this is a machine from the 60’s!!!], and race valves and spring sets are recommended – NO SHIT!?!