1963 Honda CB77 Superhawk racer

by Jim Wulzen
(Ocean View, Hawaii)

the start

the start

the start getting there almost done

This is my "ZEN" project about to be completed. I started this project 1 1/2 years ago with the help of my friend Mike Gould in Campbell California. Mike sent me the frame, swing arm and forks and Bill Silver gave me the engine cases and gas tank and that's when the quest began. All the work was done here in Hawaii and parts came from Mike and many vendors across the nation and Canada. I was the parts manager at Santa Clara Honda back in the 60's and built one then and raced the hell out of it, had a lot of fun in AFM club races across California. I decided I wanted to build one last "Hawk" and this is the outcome. The engine is .020 O/S, ported to 30mm, Amal 930 carb's,special cam, polished rockers and a valve spring set with titanium retainers from Vintage advantage. The seat I made from a mold sent to me by a client in India, the frame is much modified. I'm real happy with the build so far and can't wait to finish the project.
Aloha
Jim Wulzen
Ocean View, Hawaii

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Jul 25, 2016
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engine oil NEW
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i use Valvoline 30w racing oil, change after every run to read the oil. you must be able to see the oil to see what,s going on in the engine under heavy stress.

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