Honda SL125 K0 #12
Blue Metallic / Black Stripes
Here are all the fasteners newly zinc
plated. Lots of parts here and the SL125 parts are all
in there somewhere.
Lots of parts all polished up and ready
for assembly. Headlight ears, kick and shift levers
have been rechromed.
Chain Guard Rechromed along with Rear
Sprocket. The spokes were dipped and then plated with
Bright Zinc. The Spoke Nipples were done the same
except with a Gold Zinc.
Skid Guard, Tool Box, Air Cleaner
Assembly and Foot Brake all powder coated and ready to go.
Here is all the body work completed in
Strato Blue Metallic.
Front Wheel spoked and ready to go with
Rear wheel same way.
Next come pictures of the frame and
small parts that are all striped, painted and ready for
The carburetor is in this picture
because it has been gone through, cleaned and is ready to
Battery Box, Coil, Carburetor and
Rubber Grommets installed.
The first Strato Blue item to be put on
It's not really time to put on the side
cover, but I wanted to see how it would look.
Very nice license bracket and taillight
Wiring harness has been cleaned and
checked for problems and mounted on the bike.
Brand new Honda NOS On/Off and Light
I hooked up the battery, and all of the
electricals to 'bench' test them before assembly of the
bike. This just makes sure that you don't have to take
anything back apart. Neutral light, instrument lights,
high beam, horn, taillight, front brake light and rear brake
light all work.
Steering stem installed with all
cleaned bearings and new Zinc plated fittings.
These are brand new NOS gauges and the
triple crown is NOS as well.
Wiring all run through into the
Front forks installed.
New brake shoes, zinc hardware and
polished backing plates.
Bad picture of a really nice seat pan
Seat and tank installed. I have
to take them back off to run the throttle cable, but I
wanted to make sure everything lined up.
The bike is starting to take
Left to do: Mount tires, install
front and rear wheel units with brakes. Install rear
brake assembly. Install throttle cable. Install
handlebar unit. (I had to order some new top
mounts). Install footpeg assembly. Install chain
guard. Cut chain to length. Install side cover
badges(NOS). Install tank badges(NOS). Finish
wiring once all other parts are installed.
Install hand grips. Install kick starter, shifter,
Exhaust pipe, Exhaust Guard, Exhaust Diffuser. Install
Then comes the fun part with starting
the engine and getting everything set for the first ride.
NOS handlebars, switches, polished
lever mounts, new brake switch.
Footpeg assembly ready to be mounted.
This is pretty much all the remaining
parts to go on the bike.
I've installed a pigtail onto the battery
with a two prong connector for a battery charger. I'll
be including the charger with the bike.
Bike finally gets its' shiny wheels
Watch out for the reflection in that
Brand new badges.
Finally all the bodywork is on the