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.
I helped convert this classic CB750 into a fully faired cafe racer. Nick Acosta 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.
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.