Classic Superbike meets Performance.
Pretty much any motorcycle model in Japan has a hardcore following with customizers, clubs, magazines you name it and Honda’s DOHC (Dual overhead camshaft) CB750/900/1100F is one if not the most popular bike.
Yusuke’s 750F is one of the finest examples with each and every part replaced, modified or restored to the smallest detail. His CB isn’s a garage queen neither, the performance mods (a long list at the end) are there to help him carve the mountains roads safe and fast.
The bike build from the group up with the frame modified by the Aces at AC sanctuary, standing on OZ Racing PIEGA forged wheels and both attached to the bike by Ohlins FG434 forks, and shocks bolted SCULPTURE Swing arm. The Engine breaths with the help of Kerker’s classic Megaphone full system and exotic Mikunis TMR-MJN 36.
Enough with the words pictures get to talk.
Words – Speedjunkies
Photos – Yusuke Katano
AC sanctuary frame modification,
Paint by Nishimura Coating Diamond Coat
Wheel OZ Racing PIEGA
SCULPTURE caliper support
SCULPTURE Swing arm
Disc Sun Star
Premium Racing Front and rear sprockets
Stem KIT SCULPTURE
Front Master Brembo
Engine slider Nitro Racing
Tire Metzler Racetech RR K2
Backstep Nitro Racing
Headlight replacement reflector Winker Daytona
reinforced type Handlebar Posh
Rear Shock Ohlins
Active switch kit
Carburetor TMR-MJN 36
NGK power cable
Oil cooler with thermo
CB 900 F “oil pan processing additional oil pump kit
Sprocket Cover Metal Gear Works