Most of the cafe racer conversions you see these days are 4 strokes, due, in no small part, to the fact that 2 strokes haven't been available in street bikes for quite a while. But back in the day of the Kawasaki triples, some really nice work was done to those snarly beasts and this KH750 Cafe Racer for sale on eBay is a nice modern conversion. This one is very highly modified and it looks like the work was well thought out.
The builder used a KH500 frame, which was itself, shortened and lightened, along with an FZR400 swingarm. There's an aluminum Triton style fuel tank, aluminum clip ons, a ZX636 sidestand, and much more.
The engine is an H2 750 with modifications from top to bottom and overall, it's the kind of bike you will not see anywhere else when you're out riding.
Bikes like these take some money to build correctly, though careful shopping for parts and donor bikes can reduce the cost, but more importantly they take time, knowledge, skill and lots of perseverance. I'd be willing to bet this bike is huge fun to ride. Looks good to me.
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