The enchanting ‘ Spider ‘ by Krzysztof Kribbeln

 The enchanting ‘ Spider ‘ by Krzysztof Kribbeln

About Honda CB750F2

To pitch against the rival Triumph Trident in the late ’70s. Honda was successful in bringing the Honda CB750F2. The F2 was fiery and had one more cylinder when compared to Trident.

The F2 had an engine with larger exhaust valves and inlets than the F1. With 736cc, air cool, four strokes, transverse four cylinders, SOHC, two valves per cylinder engine made 73bhp at 9000rpm and 62.37 Nm at 7500 rpm.

Again this was 6hp more compared to the F1 while the F1 had 67hp. The 736cc motor came attached to 5-speed transmission responsible for making a top speed of 124mph( 199kph).

Honda-CB750F2

Honda CB750F2

The Custom

The polish custom maker Krzysztof Kribbeln with an extensive custom portfolio has tried hands to convert the simple roadster of the ’70s to give it a modern cafe racer look.

And he is done the cafe racer for the first time. Krzysztof made multiple changes to the custom that goes by name ‘ Spider.’ The first significant change was to replace the standard fuel tank with a unique made.

The sideways

The seat had to be like the cafe racer. Therefore we see the new plain black seat, and consequently, the rear was brought down by 15mm. The handlebars come replaced with the short ones.

Rear and fuel tank looks amazing with sports clip on

To keep the CB DNA intact, Krzysztof used multiple components from the Honda CB550F. The front comes loan from the Suzuki GSXR600. Further to improve the suspension duties, we see the Ohlins on the rear.

Aah, we so see Spider on the top.

Spoked wheels replaced the light-alloy rims, and it was one of the massive challenges. We further see custom GPR exhaust in place of the standard F2 exhaust.

Another close angle of Spider

The two colour scheme paint job with black and yellow looks stunning. It is admirable to see the entire structure with the yellow colour fuel tank. Plus the black spider on the tank cap adds more valve.

Another yellow spider new the chain. Plus the chain sprocket looks cook in bright yellow.

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