It seems the Kawasaki Z 750 B is a great bike to work on for Copenhagen-based custom builder WrenchMonkees as this is not the first time we write about their creations based on this particular Japanese bike. In this case, they choose bobber-like wheels as a first step in turning classic into custom while the unique rear frame and seat leave the unmistakable WM signature.
The original engine was kept, but it is now restored and covered in black heat resistant paint. It develops approximately 50 hp and breaths through K&N filters and WM megatron mufflers, this time not covered in exhaust heat wrap.
Clearly, style beats performance on this custom motorcycle and the final touch is given by the in-house rear fender and clean custom paint. Those small head and tail lights are supposed to make the wheels look even fatter and the thing is that this is one of those bikes that you rediscover each and every time you look at it. Specs are attached after the break.
Kawasaki Z 750 B
Engine rebuilt. WM heat resistant, custom paint.
Mikuni 36 mm flatslide VC carburators. K&N filters.
WM megatron mufflers. Aprox 50 HP
Standard 36 mm front fork. Standard swingarm. Gazi gas rear shocks.
Standard hubs, stainless steel spokes, borani style rims.
2.15 x 18 front - 2.15 x 18 rear.
Dunlop tyres 4.00 x 18 front and rear.
ABM steelbraided brake hoses.
WM rear frame. WM seat. WM wirering harness. WM aluminum battery box.
WM rear fender WM rear light. WM head light. WM grips. WM custom paint.