Thursday, July 30, 2009

"Shichifukujin" Honda CB 125 SE 1974 Kustom

This is my second post of this new so called blog...hehehehee
well I really got some passion on kustom, specially Ol'Skool-Kustom-Hot-Rods Bike and Car. love all that inside the http://kickasschoppers.blogspot.com/ , http://greaserstemple.blogspot.com/ and all the crew they're just Rocks!!! and give me inspiration to start customizing something.


This is my first project, I know that until now I haven't got the chance to buy an american or english old motorcycle with a big ass kickin' machine, so for a newbie I start to kustom a Honda CB125 1974, these are some photos of the customizing process ENJOY...!!!

This is how he look like before the Kustom process


Got these gorgeous Honda XL-Frame from my friend, Iyus from Bandung, West Java



The Original Honda XL250, damn she's beautiful...!!



Start to make the Kustom Gas Tank


Put Some ornaments on it


And this is why everybody Hate me, because I Chopped the Original Honda XL frame on the backside. I chopped it so in the end the new customized frame will symmetrically meet the rear tire hub...
I put Yokohama Tire 130/90-16" on the rear-end...


Just put some parts on the workshop to mixed and match it with the frame...


I prefer using this one below....


I use a set of unrecognizable front end that looks like a suzuki bandit measurement, set of Honda CB200 center hub both side front & rear...


This Volkswagen oil cap is for the gas tank cap


Paint Job...!!!


With a touch of a simple Pinstripe


Coat the engine with Lesonal for heat resistance of the paint


Almost finished



Here I presented to You my First Project

ENJOY...!!!!









3 comments:

  1. the bike looks bitchin' bor...hehehehe

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  2. @Streetkustom: where the hell did you get the other one thumb? LOL

    @WRA: Thanx Bor... I've got some pictures where I wear The green Saint & Sinners "shift yer gear tee" while riding Shichifukujin...
    I'll post it soon Bor..

    btw I Love Greasers-Temple's, K.A.C's dan Saint & Sinners' Blog...

    all of you are an insane & inspiring Me to built this bike...!!!

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