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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 04-03-2011, 09:50 PM Thread Starter

 
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CB 360 resurrection

Boy these old Honda's sure run and ride nice.

I find it funny how a bike that makes no pretense on being fast.Is easy to enjoy while riding around the hood and a country road,as slow as can be.

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We offer three kinds of service @ Resurrection
GOOD - CHEAP - FAST
You can pick any two
GOOD service CHEAP won't be FAST
GOOD service FAST won't be CHEAP
FAST service CHEAP won't be GOOD
and cold beer.

I'd love to help but I don't chase parts.
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post #2 of 17 (permalink) Old 04-03-2011, 09:57 PM

 
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post #4 of 17 (permalink) Old 04-04-2011, 01:50 AM
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Gus, feel free to post details about the project.

Here is what kind of money it takes to reliably rebuild and old bike if you dont want to turn a wrench. To get cheaper you will probably get dirty.

$875 Bought the bike with the understanding that the bike ran well. (That was an exaggeration)
$?? Picked up new tires, tubes and clutch cable. Not sure what was spent there.
$175 Paid a friend to creme the tank and rebuild the carbs.
$50 new petcock valve
$85 for the pair of new airfilters
$0 Mufflers donated from a '09 Harley
$0 I made the sleeves to adapt the mufflers to the stock headers.

I think that thing is gonna be a blast, just not too sure about freeways. lol

Pick a 60's-70's honda and you can count on fun.
Pick a 2011 or later honda and you can count on glowing. (Too much?)

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post #6 of 17 (permalink) Old 07-22-2011, 07:55 PM
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Yeah my dads old 360T burnt up in my filthy animal bro in laws shed. Doofus! Dave you really do need to ride a gixxer dude, esp if the most fun bike was Mandys cb360t. My dads needed some carb work an the local yocal mechanic kid left it out with no seat, then it bit the dust in my bro in laws shed. My Dad' been gone ten years, our first bike was a 70 kawi 90ss with the orange tank.
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I miss my Dad and his old bike. Those old Hondas sounded bbbaaaadddd! with a set of shorty megaphones.
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post #8 of 17 (permalink) Old 07-23-2011, 01:35 AM Thread Starter

 
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Would you like one?

Gus
We offer three kinds of service @ Resurrection
GOOD - CHEAP - FAST
You can pick any two
GOOD service CHEAP won't be FAST
GOOD service FAST won't be CHEAP
FAST service CHEAP won't be GOOD
and cold beer.

I'd love to help but I don't chase parts.
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Yes I'd love to have another, but my lovely wife tells me first things first. I'm really trying to hold out for another gixxer 1000 2001-02. My budget is pretty thin at present. Hopefully starting a new job soon!
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The other prob is I'm pretty stinkin picky. I think more along the lines of a bath and wax job, a resurrection sounds like work. I do actually have my eye on a decent SR500, not running, needs a battery and a carb clean, did run last fall.
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Yeah my first bike was the kawi 90 SS, then my Dad found a 90TR for my little brother. In Arkansas in the 70s you could get a permit at 14. My old man helped me buy it. Then my little brother had a CB175, that dog would scream. The mufflers were all rusted out, I ran over a cat one night at midnight, now that was exciting.
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Then my Dad saw an add for a Honda CB360t, and told me to go buy it for him. He puttered all over the back roads around here and even took my Mum. Our coolest toy was a 1968 Cessna 172. Not as fast as my gixxer, but twice the fun. Thats my other problem besides no money, too many awesome toys.
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Seems Resurrection is buying a 1975 ST90 We'll keep you posted.

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You can pick any two
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GOOD service FAST won't be CHEAP
FAST service CHEAP won't be GOOD
and cold beer.

I'd love to help but I don't chase parts.
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The other prob is I'm pretty stinkin picky. I think more along the lines of a bath and wax job, a resurrection sounds like work. I do actually have my eye on a decent SR500, not running, needs a battery and a carb clean, did run last fall.
If you don't end up buying it please let me know I have been looking for a decent SR500. Could be a finders fee in it for you if it is not overpriced.

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Hey gus I know this is an old thread but just brought my new oldgixxer thouie home yesterday! Wow, did'nt really even need a bath, just a heater!LOL
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Pics or it didn't happen.

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We offer three kinds of service @ Resurrection
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and cold beer.

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