Build Consult Details

This is an example of what a full custom build would cost on a good condition 1974 Honda CB 360 donor bike. This is the checklist we work through for the build process: 

Base price $7000.00 US dollars. 

We have also listed any additional upgrades that you may consider.  Keep in mind that these are optional based on the initial inspection and driving of the bike prior to tear down.  With the exception of the powder coating of the frame they can be done at a later time. Our goal is to give you a bike that we don’t want to part with and we would enjoy to keeping around as well as never letting a bike leave the shop that hasn’t met out extremely high standards in both appearance and functionality.  



  • General assessment of the frame, swing arm and external components for straightness and integrity 

  • Removal of all unused parts such as seat, lights, rear foot pegs, side covers and air bo

  • Complete disassembly of final drive, chain and brakes

  • Check of all electrical systems/wiring and removal of unused wiring 

  • Check front fork seals, replace if necessary 

  • Remove handle bars, gauges, cables etc.

  • Check carbs for function and drivability…replace and rebuild seals and jets 

  • Fabricate custom battery/electrics box under seat pan

  • Cut existing frame hoop and weld in new frame hoop per design

  • Fabricate various pieces/parts/brackets to hold gauges and lighting as needed per build

  • Sand/scuff and paint frame 

  • Install new front and rear tires

  • Install new brake pads/shoes is wear is beyond spec

  • Install new bearings at wheels and triple clamp 

  • Fabricate and install new LED turn signals/running lights/brake lights

  • Install LED front headlight 

  • Install new handle bars, grips

  • Install bar end mirrors and running turn signals

  • Install new flasher to allow for LED lighting’s function

  • Install new wiring where necessary 

  • Install new seat and seat pan 

  • Install/fabricate new mufflers and brackets 



  • Remove top end and check tolerances of vales and cam chain (replace if out of serviceable range)

  • Replace and worn or leaking gaskets with new

  • Clean and polish/paint/powdercoat various engine components per design 

  • Check and serve clutch and its components. Replace if necessary 

  • Replace chain with new

  • Clean and service transmission final drive components 

  • Clean and lube cables. Replace if necessary 



  • Inspect and clean existing fuel tank and existing paint 

  • Fabricate and/or remove front and rear fenders

  • Inspect headlight bucket and clean existing paint for reuse

  • Apply profession high gloss black paint with gold pinstripe  per design 

  • Powder coat engine cases and various engine parts 

  • Cerakote engine cylinders and various parts per design 



  • Professional strip and repaint of fuel tank

  • Dual Mikuni Carb set up from Speedo Moto Co.  this includes dual throttle cables, 2 new 30mm carbs w pod filters and intake boots. 

  • High gloss Black paint 

  • Pinstriped tank and other body panels by design 

  • Powder coated engine cases and covers

  • Cerakote exhaust headers 

  • Cerakote engine cylinders and head 

Build time is typically 12 to 16 weeks from the scheduled start time, but this is subject to change. These builds are custom one-off builds and it can be very difficult to source parts/build parts for these machines. We cannot guarantee a build complete time, but we can guarantee that when it is ready, it will be to the highest of standards. We will not let anything leave the shop until it is 100%.


During the build, we will be in contact with you throughout the process, giving you updates with pictures as the build progresses.

Side note on bike modifications. The laws on this will vary between states, provinces and municipalities. It is however, the rider’s responsibility to understand and comply with local laws. The manufacturer, retailer, and builder assume no responsibility for any use or application of this product in violation of any applicable law. So please keep that in mind when determining whether, or not to have modifications done to your motorcycle.