The transformation started with Sapka restoring the Honda’s fork. After making the handlebars and designing the seat, work was started on the leather. It was only after cleaning the brakes, the wheels and the engine block that Sapka noticed that the exhaust needed repairing. He corrected poor quality repairs in the internal part of the bike, gave the bike new insulation and truncation, and created the exhaust tips from Harley Sportster exhaust tips. The four “organ pipes” were painted black to evoke the legendary Honda racing bikes of the 1960s. Sapka kept the speedometer and the rev-counter in his drawer for 15 years, never believing that one day they would be displayed on his friend’s motorbike. The headlight is an ancient but untouched Hungarian Danuvia light, which is probably one of the last examples saved from the factory stock. Despite only minimal changes being made to the Honda, this bike shows what a fantastic café racer a little attention and detailed work can get you.
Motorrevü reported on the CB4 in the following hungarian article, and the following video.
You can also find photos in this Flickr album.