Replacing the clutch center, plates, springs, washers and bolts on a 1966 Honda CB77 Super Hawk.
Confirming ignition timing on my 1966 Honda CB77 Super Hawk restoration project bike. The detailed procedure can be found on
In this video, the camshafts are removed from the head. There's a right side cam shaft that is joined to the left side camshaft by the
Here I remove the hardware hanging under the left side cover; clutch basket, the oil separator, it's chain and sprocket, the primary
Shows shifting operation of CB77 Honda.
Removal of the rocker arms so the camshaft can be removed, the valves removed and all the hardware inspected to see what can
Part 1 of the 1964 CB77 restoration. The exhaust, fuel tank, seat and all foot controls have been removed from the bike. All of the
I've been wanting a CB72/77 for years (I love their looks), so I picked this one up from a local seller in early August 2014. It appears
Part 2 of my restoration of a 1966 Honda CB77 Super Hawk motorcycle. In this segment I take off the fuel tank, replace the battery
Cleaning the 1966 Honda CB77's oil screen and pump.
My restoration of a 1965 Honda CL77 (305 Scrambler)
Honda CB72 CB77 Engine strip.
Restoration by www.PrestigeMotoSports.com !!!
Recently completed restoration. Please note the marks on the drive are not from the bike, it is oil tight. See other video with engine
Project catch-up, and a first startup of the old 1966 Honda CB77 in over 10 years! Skip to 7:00 if you want to bypass my preamble :-)
Honda scrambler tear down and engine cover gasket installation, watch the end of the video to see the back yard builds pro tip of
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