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andysej



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PostSubject: Re: CB750K4 restoration   Mon Jul 02 2018, 09:14

Very nice Thumbs up Thumbs up Get it finished ready for Mallory this weekend.
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PostSubject: Re: CB750K4 restoration   Sun Aug 05 2018, 12:44

All done
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PostSubject: Re: CB750K4 restoration   Sat Sep 08 2018, 13:39

Is that a Delkevik exhaust?
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PostSubject: Re: CB750K4 restoration   Sun Sep 09 2018, 17:27

Yes it is, it sounds great too! I was never a big fan of the original 4 into 4 pipes and they are so expensive to replace anyway... the delkevic was less than 300 quid and is full stainless steel,
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PostSubject: Re: CB750K4 restoration   Sun Sep 09 2018, 20:32

Rob62 wrote:
Yes it is, it sounds great too!  I was never a big fan of the original 4 into 4 pipes and they are so expensive to replace anyway... the delkevic was less than 300 quid and is full stainless steel,

I thought so Rob. Just fitted one to my CB900F to replace a shonky Moterd
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