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Based on a 1976 Honda CB750 Four, “Cimeron” is the latest metric masterpiece to roll out of the AFT Customs shop in Jackson, California. Winner of numerous show awards, including the Pro Builder class trophy at the prestigious L.A. Calendar Show, the bike is street-legal in California and was built to ride, logging five runs at the Bonneville Salt Flats, all between 122-126 mph on street gearing. Providing that kind of go-power is a fully rebuilt engine running Wiseco big-bore pistons for a displacement of 836cc. Other speed goodies include a Web Cam camshaft, Dynatek electronic ignition, APE cam chain tensioner and Barnett clutch with AFT hydraulic actuation. The pumped-up motor inhales through twin Keihin FCR35 flatslide carbs, while spent exhaust gases make their way through ceramic-coated 4-into-1 sidewinder headers and a shorty Leo Vince muffler. Carbon-fiber covers by Kraus Motor Co. are the engine’s finishing touch.

Built In: U.S.A.Bike Style: Cafe Racer

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 Cimeron Bike Specifications – AFT Customs

Class Styling Cafe Racer
Featured Parts Kickstart
Frame WCC CFL Frame
Gastank Custom One Off Gastank
Handlebars / Risers Ape Hangers
Motor Brand Honda CB
Motor Size (metric) 0800cc
Paint Color(s) Blue Dark MidnightRed Dark Crimson
Paint Theme Pinstripe
Seat Slab
Suspension Front Inverted
Suspension Rear Monoshock
Tires Tire Wide 180-260mm
Wheels Cast Mags8+ Spoke