Modifications include: Race Tech springs, lowered 2 inches in the front; Progressive Suspension rear shocks; Acewell guage; modified stock exhaust with Cone Engineering mufflers; ZRX1200 Carburetors; nickel plated gas tank; and a keyless RFID ignition.
CB750 Cafe Racer
I helped convert this classic CB750 into a fully faired cafe racer. A client came to me with the task of fitting and modifying a vintage fibreglass fairing and tail piece originally built for a Triumph. In order to fit the body work to a CB750, I had to do extensive trimming of the fibreglass, and created a system of custom brackets, including a mount welded to the steering head tube and a headlight holder.
In addition to custom metal work, I rebuilt the front suspension, brakes, and wheel from an early generation Honda Goldwing. I took care of the electrical work on the bike as well, which involved tying in some new components to the original wiring harness.
You can find more on this bike in an article featured on Bike EXIF.
A 1974 Kawasaki S3; as a sibling to the legendary H1 and H2, the S3 had a smaller 400cc three cylinder 2-stroke engine. Although not as much of a “widowmaker” as the 750cc H2, the S3 still had a powerful engine for its time. El Citron keeps the character of an old 2-stroke, but with a completely modernized chassis.