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  1. Member Introductions
    A little background... I learned to ride (on the street) on a 66 shovel head when I was 17. Thanks Uncle Timmy. The first bike I owned was a 83 V4 750 Interceptor, Replaced that with a Brand new Buell lightning in 05 and put exactly 512 miles on it before I endo’ed it. Fixed it and rode it...
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    Hi I recently started up a "quasi" basket case project for a 1975 CB200T with the intention to restomod into a clean cafe racer. I've always wanted to take on this sort of project so I'm pretty stoked. I'm new to riding but was raised around vintage Hondas since birth. Dad has owned several...
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    Hi all. My name’s Tony and I’m from Utah. I’ve got a 1979 CM185T that I just got running again after a 9 year hiatus. I’ll most likely be asking for some advice on repair/replacement of some electrical components, switches, etc., that are slowly disintegrating. Looking forward to adding some...
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    Hi all, I've posted already but did not know about the new member introductions so here I am. My 1980 CB400T Hawk is my second real motorcycle I've owned and my first Honda twin. I have already found this site to be an amazing resource and I can't wait to further get to know the bike and the...
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    Haha well I decided to drive 2 hours to Austin Texas to pick up a bare bones 79 Honda cm400 frame is chopped, doesn’t run, no instrument cluster, leaking forks, no battery the guy converted it into a capacitor. That’s just scratching the surface. I’ve never worked on a bike before but if anyone...
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    Hello. I am new to the site, but I have already found it helpful. Thanks. I am on my 2nd project bike, 1981 CM400c. It was in fairly good shape and running well, but not maintained or cleaned very well. I am doing a lot of work and painting. Hopefully, I will get it running even better than...
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    Hi All, I am the somewhat recent owner of a 1979 Honda CB400T Hawk, my first and only bike so far. I had been wanting a bike for a while and was looking on craigslist for a few weeks when I saw a motorcycle for sale for 800 bucks. Doesn't run, but it did recently and I'm young and confident...
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    New to the forum found it by doing some research for my wife's 1978 CB 400A I am about to freshen up. The bike is a survivor and is in great shape but needs a few repairs.
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