Ihave apretty much stock cbr929except a drop, 6" stretch, slip on, and different gearing. Ive been running it at the track andrunnin pretty good times. I have plans to install a big bore kit (if i can find one) and send the head off to get ported and polished and install the correct cams. My question iswhat do I need to do to set this bike uprightPlease help me out to setting this bike up right. I really wanna get into the low nines really bad!!! Im currently runnin low 10's.
this is engine building 101 and no one has any ideas come on now
I'm an old Honda guy who races a Kaw because there's probably more aftermarket parts for a CB750 Honda than there are for the rest of the Hondas that have been made since time began. And there's not much for CB750s. You will spend three times as much money making this run because you have to pay to have stuff specially made. Do you plan on this being an all out drag bike, or will it do double duty as street bike and a drag bike Do you plan on using a wheelie bar I would start with the external stuff: air shifter, clutch work, electronics, exhaust. With most Hondas, you really can't bore it out much, so most of the work will be in your head and cams. There are several shops that can port your head. But going turbo or nitrous oxide might be cheaper in the long run. When you start making power, you'll start finding your weak links: tranny, crank, rods, are all possiblities. And then you'll have traction issues. It sure would be nice to see more Hondas out there!!!! At my track there are several Blackbirds that run and are doing well.
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