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So “back in the day” Pops Yoshimura was in his element making his own products for the new and very popular CB750.
Cams/pistons/exhausts/conrods/ all sorts of goodies.
One item that quickly took off was a more rigid swing arm. as soon as the torquey big bore engines appeared the dreaded death wobble reared its head.
So the ‘yosh’ swing arm quickly sorted all that. also similar items produced by dresda and Piper in period.
So I decided to run a small batch of my version of this swing arm, but with a little added finesse in the right places.
Being steel and a replicated original equipment back in 73, It means its classic racing eligible.
1. thin wall steel rectangular section like the original
2. Bronze pivot bushes press fitted and concentrically aligned,
3. shock mounts cnc machined, not a bit of tube cut and nailed on.
4. curved fabricated mid section, enabling 16o section tyre and increasing stiffness depth compared to original (box section infill) and more aesthetically pleasing. less material but even stiffer
5. retains original rear spindle.
6. Machined spindle location and adjustment mech to aid rigidity etc
7. Finish Satin black powder coat.
8. K0 to K6 models, (k7 – F models would need disc brake bracket welded on & shock mounts modifying)