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This is a discussion on Honda CB750K within the New Riders forums, part of the General category; I am a new rider and about to buy a cheap Honda CB750K on a V plate. Does anyone out ...


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Old 07-26-2009   #1
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I am a new rider and about to buy a cheap Honda CB750K on a V plate. Does anyone out there have any history about these bikes, ie is it a reliable bike, are they prone to breaking down etc. I figured that I should not spend thousands of pounds on my first bike and buy a classic to help build up my no claims.
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The CB750's stock tires are good, but were not made or designed for performance, besides being too narrow. One good, perhaps best, alternative is to fit Dunlop K591 performance sticky tires. The following tires are wider than stock, they fit perfectly (and look great too !). The bike runs much better, giving you much more confidence.


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