No Chrome for the New Wrenchmonkees Honda CB750K7
And since dark and burnt are on the daily menu at Wrenchmonkees, complying with Timothee's wish was only too easy. The CB750K7 hot an engine job: a Wiseco kit expanded the displacement to 836cc, for increased power and nerve, while conical, open air filters and a custom 4-into-2 exhaust took care of the bike's "breathing". Oh, and awesome finned covers were installed, as well!
The stance of the bike was also tuned, as the Wrenchmonkees went for a pair of 300mm shocks in the rear and fork was lowered some 60mm, too. The bike is now shod with Dunlop K655 in the rear and D401 in the front.
A new ignition was installed, and a complete rewiring job was done, including Dyna coils and a lightweight 700 grams Li-Ion battery. The tank was sourced from a '70 Suzuki GS400 and is a wonderful match for the custom seat: we love the way this bike grown slightly wider form rear towards the front, all in a smooth, sleek line.
Dark and with a dash of red accents, Timothee's machine will surely turn some heads in Paris. Via BikeEXIF.
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