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CRD#9 Honda CB 750 KZ "Brownie" Cafe Racer

The beautiful Cafe Racer pictured above is called “Brownie” and derives from a 1980 Honda CB750, the first Honda motorcycle to feature a transverse, overhead camshaft inline four-cylinder engine.
The bike has been created by Spanish company CRD (Cafe Racer Dreams), which added Keihin carburettors, free-flowing filters and a custom-made exhaust system, while suspension is provided by Showa forks on the front and Hagon shocks on the rear.

The bike also uses Renthal Ultra Low handlebars and tailor-made front and rear lights.
Electrics have been revised too, with the battery now relocated in a small custom-made aluminum box and the ignition key unit placed under the modified standard fuel tank, on the right side.

All these changes created an empty space underneath the custom-made saddle that gives the “Brownie” a definitely original look, aptly completed by the classy brown, gold and black color scheme.

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