Moto Pilot explains the parts used for the CB650 Bobber, the price of each and where to purchase—with the many available at your local Tucker dealer.
The Old School Metric Bobber Build is a wrap, and the 1980 Honda CB650 is an epic one-of-a-kind machine after almost 12 months of wrenching, fabricating, and welding.
It’s teardown day for the powder coating process, so Moto Pilot shares some simple techniques he uses to stay organized for the reassembly, then shows us what he plans to have powder coated.
The day starts out great for Moto Pilot, but the Bobber has a different idea and he’s left stranded on the side of the road.
After months of cutting, welding, grinding, and drilling, Moto Pilots finally gets to take the 1980 Honda CB650 Bobber for a first ride!
In this episode of the Old School Metric Bobber Build Series, Moto Pilot digs into the 1980 Honda CB650 wiring and sees how it all works together.
In this episode, Moto Pilot shortens a pair of forks by two inches, and digs into some of the electrical.
In this episode, Moto Pilot gets the wiring harness and electronic components in place but the process of elimination gets the best of him.
In this episode, Moto Pilot shows you the benefits of wrapping the exhaust, the tools you need, and the process.
Coming up with the ideal exhaust style for the 1980 Honda CB650 Bobber has been a challenge. Trial and error until it's right, and Moto Pilot nailed it this time around.