cb650 cafe seat – metal cutting how to

So, I’m still working on the seat for the cb650. This is my first time working with metal since high-school metal shop. So, it’s been a while. I’m pretty much winging it. Below are my steps for figuring out what I’m doing and how I’m doing it. So far it’s turning out real good. I’m ready to start cleaning edges up, make some bends, and then welding I guess.

1) Photoshop it out

2) Template it out

3) Plan it out

4) Draw it out

5) Cut it out

6) Check it out

2 responses to “cb650 cafe seat – metal cutting how to”

  1. Aaron says:

    Hell yeah Ed. Lookin good. This is going to make that bike look real fast. Hahah

  2. EDUARDO PERALTA GOMEZ says:

    Where dis you get that exhaust I have a CB650 79, from what I see you have the same model. Thanks a lot.

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