CB 750 DIRT TRACKER

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The inspiration: '84 Honda RS750

By the mid-1980s, the name Honda was synonymous with winning almost every style of racing in the world. There was one type of American racing that eluded Honda, though: dirt track.

American Honda began development of a 750 based on an XLV750R dual-sport bike sold in Europe, a model powered by a liquid-cooled 52-degree SOHC 742cc V-twin. The RS750 racer was entirely hand-built around this engine, from its massive oil sump to its long intake runners and super-wide swingarm able to accommodate a fat Goodyear tire.

The result? The RS750 won its first race at the 1983 Du Quoin Mile. The following year, Honda RS750 riders Bubba Shobert and the late Ricky Graham won six races each, with the Grand National Championship going to Graham by a single point over Shobert. The next three years were all Bubba’s though, as he took the title in 1985, 1986 and 1987, making it four in a row for Honda and its RS750. Honda officially departed in 1988, but Graham went on to win one more title with the RS750 in 1993 as a privateer, bringing Honda’s total of GNCs to five. Honda’s persistence, creativity and technical know-how made the RS750 a winner from the very start.

Source: powersports.honda.com

The build: CB750 Dirt Tracker

For our mean, lean dirt tracker we wanted the bare bones look of a race bike, no lights, no fuss, no show and all go.

 

We realized straight away that meant the stock oil bag had to go and Kent designed a slick inner fender/oil bag combo to replace it. We cut the stock ends of the oil lines on the motor side, had custom lines made and installed them to the oil tank with AN adapters. Looks slick!

The fuel tank and dirt track seat were then modified to suit the CB750 frame and we made more molds.

Stubby 4 into1 pipe, dirt track hub, sprocket and big rear disc, Grimeca caliper on custom hanger, Marzocchi shocks complete the package.

Watch the CB750 Dirt Tracker video
Airtech owner Kent Riches talks about the parts you need to build a CB750 dirt tracker replica.



CB750DTT
CB750 Dirt track fuel tank

Tank fits '69-'77 SOHC CB750K models. Seat will fit many other years and models.

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Please note! This gas tank is not recommended for street use, this is a fiberglass gas tank that will not dent.  In the event of a crash, the gas tank may rupture and spill fuel possibly catching your motorcycle on fire. This gas tank is recommended for racing purposes, with racing fuel only! Read more...

CB750DTS
CB750 Dirttrack seat

Classic dirttrack style seat adapted to fit the CB750 frame.

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CB750DTOT
CB750 Dirt track oil tank

Really trick lightweight oil tank with integrated inner rear fender. You will need to trim the flange around the top of the tank to match the frame contour so it fits between the frame tubes.

Comes epoxy coated, with a billet oil cap, 1/4" vent fitting on top and 2x 3/8" fittings on bottom.

Please note: Requires custom oil lines. We recommend you cut the ends of the stock lines on the motor side and have them put into new hoses. On the tank end you will need AN to 3/8" NPT adapters.

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DTFG
Dirt Track Fork Guards (pair)
Gotta have these for that dirt track look! Originally for Ceriani forks. Can be trimmed for use on stock forks.

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NPS2
Number plate with headlight bucket
Turn your dirt tracker into a street tracker with this square numberplate that has an angled flat surface that can be used to mount a small square (or two small round) headlights, as shown on the yellow bike below.


The numberplate comes with a separate backing plate that will help mount the light and hide some wiring. You can bond the backing plate in place with clear silicone caulking.

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Notice:

Please note these very important items!

  • We sell an unfinished unpainted product, it is your responsibility to sand, finish, and paint the parts you buy from us.
  • The parts we sell are un-drilled; it is your responsibility to drill all of the mounting holes and fit the parts onto your chassis.
  • All of our parts may or may not include the internal mounting tabs. Please consult with our sales representative if you have any questions about mounting things like headlights and dashes.
  • It is the purchasers' responsibility to mount all of the products they purchase onto their machine. If you need assistance mounting these products call our sales reps for advise.

Part #
Description
Retail
HONDA CB750 DIRT TRACK / STREET TRACKER
CB750DTT
HONDA CB750 DIRT TRACK FUEL TANK - SOHC
$493.59
CB750DTS
HONDA CB750 DIRT TRACK SEAT
$131.41
CB750DTOT
HONDA CB750 DIRT TRACK OIL TANK - SOHC
$493.59
DTFG
DIRT TRACK FORK GUARDS
$82.99
NPS2
SQUARE NUMBER PLATE WITH HEADLIGHT BUCKET
$62.25

 

Looking for some Honda CBR fairings? A CB 750 cafe seat? Some RC 30 fairings? Take a look at our extensive collection. Airtech carries a full selection of street and track fairings for most bikes!

 

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