It's my first bike. A 1980 KZ 750 LTD H1. I'm doing a complete teardown and restoration on it. I bored it out to 800cc's so I refer to it as my budget Bonnie. I've crashed it, gone off road with it, ran the **** out of it. But then the starter clutch went out and I moved to Texas, I couldn't let it go. It has a special place in my heart. And hopefully, I better have one in its, as it has enough of my blood, sweat and profanity embedded in it.
I'm planning on getting the luggage rack and center stand for it. I bought the service manual as well so I can get into the guts of it (after I don't have to worry about voiding the warranty) and I'm definitely going to upgrade grips, my hands don't like running freeway speeds for extended periods.
I heard/read somewhere that HD is getting near a hundred horse out of their flat trackers, I'd be curious to see what I can squeeze out of mine and how to go about doing it.
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