Honda CB 900C Bobber Project Part 2

by John
(CA)

CB900 Bobber Project

CB900 Bobber Project

In my previous cb900 bobber project posting I showed the general layout I'd been planning for my CB900. Now I've been cutting. I've removed the rear sub-frame, ready for the hard tail. I've laid out plastic water pipe to get the idea of the additional tubes required for the hard tail. I've cut off the head stem and added a block of wood that gives 3" of stretch and a extra 5 decrees of rake. The rake ends up 33 and the wheel base of 68" Tank is stock. bars are from a dirt bike, seat from eBay. The "NOS Bottle" is from my local gas station. Now I've got the lay out and dimensions figured out it's time for pipe bending and welding for my cb 900 bobber .... 'til

next time, John

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Feb 24, 2012
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Specs for cb900-f frame mod
by: Island Boy

Please send spec info and pix on the modification of stock frame into rigid!! Anxiouse to start chopping, thanks! Stay safe - stay Blessed!

Feb 08, 2012
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Hardtail for the 900c
by: Anonymous

I have a 1980 900c that needs to be changed. If anyone has pictures on how to make a hardtail for this model, send them to me. Like most say, I need all the help I can get. a914725@yahoo.com
Label message (hardtail) Thanks for any help you can give me.

Carl

Oct 10, 2011
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CB900
by: Brad

John I really like the lines that you have achieved. I have a cb900 that I'm wanting to start building. I've been searching he internet and have yet to find someone that has the lines tgat I like, until now. Would you mind helping me with info and letting me pick your brain for ideas? If so please email me at (brad.winterburn@yahoo.com). I would like to know what all you deleted off the frame, and what all is needed to get those lines. Do you have any finished pics?

Sep 24, 2011
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Looks like a race!
by: Calvin

Okay John, we need to swap some info. Have the exact same project going on, with some ideas and would like to know your idea on the drive shaft.
Shoot me a Email Rampape@Hotmail.com

Oct 07, 2010
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81 honda bobber
by: Anonymous

i just finish my bobber take a look
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oT5v20f0RYA&feature=related
it needs more work but is geting up there!!!

Oct 07, 2010
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1981 cb900
by: Anonymous

hey i love the look of that!! how did you do it?? please tell!! thanks

Aug 18, 2010
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nice job thus far
by: mike

WAY COOL

Mar 15, 2010
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An update
by: Anonymous

My "bobber" is on hold, for now. I have the hardtail and neck (5 deg. 2" stretch) sorted out.

I'm currently working on an '83 GpZ750 "flat tracker" project. For that I'm adding R6 front end, and rear wheel ....

Cheers, John

Mar 13, 2010
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help
by: Matt

Hey, those of you that commented that you were going to do a similar project or already HAVE done a similar project... can you email me with your ideas and pics of what you have? I have an '81 cb900f and want to make it into a bobber as well. Great Project here... it's an inspiration.

matthew.smith5@gmail.com

Nov 13, 2009
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dimession
by: balian

Hey man what are the dimension on the hard tail, i have a 81 cb honda 900 and i want to make a bobber i will appreciate your help,let me know thanks, email is mcastillo1508@hotmail.com

Dec 15, 2008
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Howdy
by: English

Hey man, ive got an 82 CB900C and I cant decide which way to go, either chopper or bobber. Can you give me some info on how you made your frame? Did you follow a guide book, or are you just welding inclined? If you know of any good references I could check out or somewhere I can get cheap frames thatd be a big help.

Thanks,

English

Sep 22, 2008
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cb900
by: drew

I have a 1981 cb bobber...Is yours completed yet?

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