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XJ750 Cafe Style Build

Discussion in 'XJ Modifications' started by lupz, Oct 10, 2018.

  1. lupz

    lupz New Member

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    So I've decided to just go and chop up my XJ750 and go the Cafe route.

    I try my best to film most of the stuff that I do so if you like take a view at the videos.

    The bike is further along than the videos show. But there is still a heap of work to be done.





     
  2. lupz

    lupz New Member

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    Update time.



     
  3. Rowan Mickan

    Rowan Mickan New Member

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    Is that rear cowl part from a 550 aswell?
     
  4. lupz

    lupz New Member

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    Sure is.
     
  5. LarryMc

    LarryMc Active Member Premium Member

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    Interested.
    Interesting.
    Your getting there.
    For a little insurance against stuffing your carbs or fuel filter with rust from the tank (there will be some) and possible seam leaks, line the tank with Caswell two part tank liner. It's honestly the best tank liner in the world. You'll find it on the US eBay.
    It would suck to get tank painted up then find there might be issues down the road.
    I speak from experience....
     
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  6. lupz

    lupz New Member

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    I planned to line the tank as soon as I got it and seen the insides.

    The bike is very slowly getting there, I have made a seat base now and am just getting that into the final shape.

    My plan is to get this bike finished (if they ever are) by the end of the year.
     

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