cb360t build recap

Well this build took longer than expected but I was still able to do it within budget. Unexpected delays were mainly due to spending time tracking down parts that were either missing from the start or to replace ones I had donated to fix Andrew’s cb360t.

Overall, I’m pretty proud of how it turned out and I learned a lot along the way. The intent was to make it as basic as possible with enough room to still fit a skinny lady on the back. It’s a lot of fun to blast around the city on.

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The lines of the bars, tank, and seat.
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The only switch is the key ignition which i built into the battery box.

11 responses to “cb360t build recap”

  1. Mike Jacoby says:

    Holy S!!! Nice Job. Clean and mean.

  2. admin says:

    yea man. I like the seat a lot. it turned out real good. can’t wait to see it when i get back.
    -ed

  3. chris says:

    shiiitzzznittt! looks sweeeeet! i’m doin sumthin brattish like that to my new cb 175…might need to pick your brainz for inspiration. cool and simple.me likes

  4. mick says:

    man those color versions are the jam!

  5. scott says:

    Very nice and the bars look awesome!

  6. Richard says:

    Real Ghetto Scene. Where was that shot taken? Shady Harold MC?

  7. Adam says:

    Thanks guys.

    Yea Harold street is looking gangster in this photo.

  8. yann says:

    that is simply gorgeous, i dont say this often but i dont think i would change a thing!

    I cant wait to see it in the metal.. I will definitely be coming out this thurs

  9. john boswell says:

    Is there a build up ‘thread’ somewhere? I’d really like to see how that seat came together, I’m thinking the exact same thing for my bike, different color, and where did you get that tail light? Does it clamp onto the hoop? I’m trying to design a taillight that would clamp there. One of my favorite bikes.

  10. Adam says:

    Hey john

    I’ll have to see if I took enough pictures of the seat build and make a post out of it. Mainly,I shaped a seat pan out of 16 gauge sheet metal, welded threaded studs to it to mate up to frame brackets I made, sewed a seat cover, and riveted to the seat pan.

    The tail light is off ebay and attaches to a bracket that I weled to the rear hoop.

    Adam

  11. John says:

    Bike came out awesome man exactly what I’d love to build, and you sure as hell make it look easy enough. Will you have the bike out tomorrow night?

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