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May 20, 2016, 02:05 PM #0

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So I bought "Auxiliadora" (OWSSSS-E-LEE-A-DOR-DA) just before the start of this last winter with the help of my friend Chris aka Murphenur because I wanted to start a proper project. While I really wanted a car (aka a Supra <3(I'll get her one day :'()) my student budget limited me and there were no other cars that I was really interested in. So I took a look at some bikes that might be good candidates for a cafe racer build because Chris's build really intrigued me and I'd always wanted a bike so I figured I'd give it a shot. That's when I came across Auxiliadora, a pretty much all original 1981 CB750K with under 6500 km on it. At first glance, she was ugly as ****, but I saw potential in her after seeing a couple of amazing looking builds so I picked her up.

To clarify the name, Auxiliadora is my mothers original name prior to her immigrating to Canada. She's the person who has made me the man I am today and plays a huge part in my life. I felt the name appropriate given how original it is. Plus she hates the fact that I got a bike and I thought it might make her hate it less. She still hates it.  :lol: :hurr:

The inspiration:



This is what she looked like the day I picked her up with Chris


How the bike looks as of 05/20/16


01/03/17


03/30/17


She started but ran pretty poorly and consistently stalled out on Chris while he rode it home for me (didn't have my bike license at the time). The first time my parents saw the bike Chris and I were pushing it home from about a block and a half away because it stalled and wouldn't start back up :hurr: :lol:. After a bit more of an inspection when the bike got home I found she really needed some love. The tires were shot (thanks Chris for the front tire again <3), the carbs really needed a rebuild, the spark plugs were garbage, etc. So over the winter I ordered a number of parts and just recently really started to dig into the build process and am currently just attempting to get the bike started right now after sitting all winter.

Current Job List

Rebuild carbs
Replace spark plugs
Replace front and rear tires
Replace exhaust system
Oil change
Strip tank paint
Remove inner tank rust
Red Kote tank
Get the bike started
Tune Carbs/Get bike running properly
Safety
Insure
Remove ugly stock parts
Reseal/lower front forks
Upgrade electronics
Completely clean up wiring and tuck everything for a cleaner look
Rear frame loop
Seat cowl and pan
Custom seat
Install rear shocks
Install new brake master cylinder
Replace front and rear sprocket
Replace chain
Reseal engine
Install clip ons/grips/mirror/turn signals
Install new throttle
Powder coat frame
Strip chipped engine paint and refinish
Replace ugly air box

Parts List
NGK Iridium spark plugs
4" Chrome shorty mirror
MAC 4-1 exhaust
New Starter relay
New OEM tank Petcock
New OEM carb boots
Motogadget m-Blaze disc turn signals
POSH waffle grips
Nissin master cylinder 14mm
Polished aluminium throttle
JT Z1R X-ring chain
JT 46 tooth rear sprocket
JT 18 tooth front sprocket
Keiti license plate bracket
Chome clip ons
320mm rear shocks
Bridgestone Battlax BT-45 100/90-19 Front tire
Bridgestone Battlax BT-45 120/80-17 Rear tire
Motogadget M-unit V2
Motogadget Cable kit
Motogadget M-button V2
Motogadget 3-button M-switch x2
Rear frame loop
Custom Dynamics TruFlex 2 LED Brake light
Custom Dynamics TruFlex Dual Converter
OEM Piston Rings

Parts to be ordered

Custom seat
Rear sets
Firestone Champion DeLuxe
Air box alternative

Paint stripped tank


Picture of the tank filled with a ton of white vinegar. Let the tank sit for about a week. Flushed the tank. Then repeated the process. To say the least it worked great removing all the interior rust and and made it look like new!


Next update will be when the starter solenoid I ordered comes in and I attempt to start her up!
Last Edit: May 28, 2017, 11:56 AM by PRIME
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    May 20, 2016, 02:56 PM #1

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    Looking forward to seeing this progress! Always wanted to do something similar.
    You have my interest.

      May 20, 2016, 10:06 PM #2

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      Originally posted by #StreetFocus
      Looking forward to seeing this progress! Always wanted to do something similar.
      You have my interest.

      Thanks man!

      In an attempt to speed up the build process I called a company in the states that I'll be buying my rear frame hoop from that also has a seat cowl and pan that matches the frame hoop. I called to see what the availability on the seat cowl and pan was because their site states that its sold out and they say the current wait would roughly be 2-4 months for the next batch to be made. By the time that happens the summer will be over which is definitely not something I'm willing to wait for unless its my last option. So I'm probably going to see if someone local has the ability to make the seat cowl and pan that I want. Originally I contacted Bettess Specialty Metalworks but they've sadly gone out of business :/. So if anyone knows a fabricator that can work with aluminium and that is reputable I'd definitely be interested in contacting them.

      Ideally I'd be looking for something along the lines of the following pictures.


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        Maybe check with https://www.facebook.com/ShieldInd/timeline

        He mostly does truck stuff, but who knows he may be able to hook you up.

        I know another guy that fabricates, but I'm not sure if he works with aluminum. i'll check.

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          Nice. Can't wait to see more!
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            Quick update.

            Just got my starter relay in the mail today so hoping after my exam today I can try and get the bike started! Will update later today granted I attempt to do so.



            Also emailed a company by the name of Specialloy regarding if they have the ability to fabricate my seat cowl and pan as they specialize in Aluminum! Should hopefully hear back from them soon!
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              Good luck on your exam!

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                Hey, Ryan!

                I want a bike too :'(
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                  Holy **** there is a thread for this, sub'd
                  Originally posted by Winter Beater
                  If a car is shows that a solid effort was made, and the car is reasonably well executed I can respect that. Even if it's not my cup of tea..

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                    Originally posted by #StreetFocus
                    Good luck on your exam!

                    Thanks man! I think I killed it lmao or so I hope!

                    Originally posted by Vince
                    Hey, Ryan!

                    I want a bike too :'(


                    Vince I want you bbgurl <3

                    Originally posted by ACiFiC
                    Holy **** there is a thread for this, sub'd

                    Thanks papi<3

                    SOOOO on to the update.

                    So I installed the new starter relay and she had power WOOO :banana:

                    BUT sadly, there is bad news. As I got the bike ready to start, I was putting gas into the tank annnd the petcock started to leak and just wouldn't stop regardless of the position I had it in. So needless to say I need a new petcock :( and boy was I surprised how much one was lmao. Regardless, ordered a new one and I'm just hoping it comes in next week.
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                      Originally posted by ACiFiC
                      Holy **** there is a thread for this, sub'd

                      That awkward moment when you realize you have been following a thread of someone you talk to daily...and didn't put two and two together....classic John lol

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                        Time for an update.

                        So, I finally got my tank petcock in

                        Installed it on the tank with some thread sealing tape to ensure a leak wouldn't occur and I tried to start her up. Sadly I ran into a bit of a problem. The bike would turn but just wouldn't fire up. After some head scratching, I removed the tank and just poured in some gas to the fuel line directly and saw that the gas just didn't go anywhere and just sat in the line. So at this point I'm thinking I've messed up with routing the fuel lines properly. So I've posted on some CB750 forums and am waiting for some responses. Going to attempt to see if I can figure this situation out tomorrow hopefully cause at this point I'm dying to get this project "finished".

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                          Fingers crossed it's a simple fix. Those head scratchers are a pain  and 9 times out of 10 it's something simple that was overlooked. I've done that so many times :lol:

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                            So, slight update. She started. But not for long lmao. Got some advice from some people on some CB750 forums to fill the bowls with some gas so I did that and she started right up. After letting it idle, I turned her on and off a couple times just to make sure it would then I decided to hook up my carb sync, turned her on, she idled high, then went steady, then died. Now she wont start back up and the bowls have gas in them still. I'm thinking I maybe flooded the engine but I'm not 100% sure. So I'm going to try and start her later and see what happens otherwise Ill have to try again tomorrow.

                            On the bright side... SHE STARTED :banana: :banana: :banana: :banana:
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                              Good job.  Have a few ideas on why she won't stay running.

                              check idle circuit, sounds like it isn't pulling enough fuel, floats also could be sticking.

                              Did I give you that front tire??  Can't remember if I did or not.

                              Might have some parts lying around for you.

                              Have some ideas on custom seats; and a few new places to buy from.  Working on a CX650 project for a client of mine, should be done in a week or so.
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                                So no update regarding how the bike is running due to the fact that I don't currently have time to work on her with my summer class coming to an end and with work. However, DDC just had a sale go live today so I put in an order for some Motogadget goodies! Ordered the Motogadget M-unit, Motogadget M-button, Cable kit for the M-unit, and two 3-button polished/stainless steel M-switches!  :hurr:
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                                    Update time. So got the bike running a little better and starting more reliably with the help of some people from a cb750 forum.

                                    The first thing I did was uninstall the exhaust due to an exhaust leak. Due to poor instructions from the exhaust manufacturer, a lack of information on the web, and my dumbass not taking pictures when I removed the original exhaust I had the metal exhaust flanges facing the wrong direction. So I flipped them around, reinstalled the exhaust, and the bike sound 10 times better then before (obviously).

                                    The second thing I did was remove the vacuum operated fuel shutoff valve from the carbs. (The part on top of the carbs) This little bugger seems to cause people a ton of trouble regarding fuel delivery to the carbs. So I completely removed the valve and ran a fuel line directly to the carbs. The pros to doing this was that I got rid of a TON of tubing making the area a lot easier to work around and it made the area look a lot cleaner. The cons to doing this is now I have to make sure that I always turn off the fuel from the tank when the bike isn't running, and I have to purchase some vacuum caps to ensure there is no vacuum leaks from the carbs.

                                    Currently the bike still stalls after a while and the rpms oddly go up when I disengage the choke but this is due to the vacuum leak. So Ill be picking up some vacuum plugs this week hopefully. I Also ordered some OEM carb boots because the ones currently installed on the bike seem dried up/cracked and when they are like that they tend to cause vacuum leaks as well.

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                                      Cracked carb boots are pretty common. Had to replace the one on my snowmobile a while back, completely changed how the engine ran. I was a bit surprised.


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                                        Motogadget goodies came in :hurr: Still waiting on the carb boots before I can really give a further update on the bike.









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                                          every time I open this thread it makes me want to start a bike project....

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                                            Originally posted by #StreetFocus
                                            every time I open this thread it makes me want to start a bike project....


                                            Hahaha cheaper then building a car ;) but hopefully the forum will get a little more juicy soon now that im done my summer class and will just be working for a little while.
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                                              Originally posted by PRIME

                                              Hahaha cheaper then building a car ;) but hopefully the forum will get a little more juicy soon now that im done my summer class and will just be working for a little while.

                                              way cheaper than a car haha! I'm starting a snowmobile project soon, eyeballing a bike on kijiji too.

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                                                Is it running yet
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                                                  Originally posted by ACiFiC
                                                  Is it running yet

                                                  Still waiting on the boots to arrive fml

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