Honda VF 750 Cafe Racer Maximum – Today’s entry is simply tremendous, coming from Cordoba, Argentina, and from the hands of Lucas Layum, from Lucky Customs. An entire Honda 1983 VF750 reconverted into an authentic cafe racer. This project, like many others, came to Lucas as a client’s order to make him a bobber style bike, but given the final result, it seems that this Argentine’s glibness was bold enough to convince this customer.
Said and done the people of Lucky Customs got to work with this interesting project. First, like all good work, was to dismount the bike from top to bottom, getting rid of unnecessary parts, to add and modify with better perspective. One of the most visible and striking points is the new cross-spoke wheels to which the old bushings have attached, something peculiar in this model.
The engine is another of the elements reviewed thoroughly. It has been dismantled and rebuilt again to give it a second youth, making everything work as it should, and of course giving it a little more joy through new air filters and a new exhaust system that simply ‘goes free’ with the consequent rumble which comes out of this V4 engine.[the_ad id=”1412″]
The front fork is also new, being inverted and improving the sporty behavior of the bike. Of course the chassis single seat and the seat are new and well coupled to the new sub chassis. The gas tank is also new, as is the marker, headlight and foot-pegs.
Finally we must highlight the painting job, which takes the colors red, white and black to create a very remarkable racing aesthetics.