|In House Services
We offer many services
for your cafe racer that can help you improve
can polish your individual aluminum components
to a mirror like surface.Polishing
individual aluminum components on your cafe
racer is one of the most dramatic changes you
can make to your bike.
racers are not know for bling most times. But
we can tell you this is an alteration that you
will like. What's more is so will the people
at the rides and shows.
your aluminum components can keep judges looking
longer and scoring higher. As well as lots of
compliments at the local rides.
Component Polish Pricing:
Prices apply to all orders started after OCT 14,2008
prices are based on Honda CB's and similar bikes.
Add $10.00 for any painted or powder coated component.
master - $75.00
Brake Swing Arm - $45.00
Right side (clutch
housing cover) - $65.00
Left Side (altenator
cover) - $65.00
Left Side Shifter Cover - $55.00
Left Side inner spocket cover
Tappet Covers (8
pieces) - $20.00
Valve cover assembly complete
(this includes valve cover,
tappet covers, and upper chain cover)
Hand Controls - $65.00 ea
Hubs - Front - $85.00 / Rear - $100
Lower Fork Leg - $75.00
Hand Levers Set (2
pieces) - $15.00
Upper Triple Without
center metal dash - $50.00
Upper Triple With center metal dash
Raised Type Triple (late
models with choke pull cable) -
Center Metal Dash only (this
includes disassembly of the dash unit to prevent
damage to the indicators)- $20.00
drilling brake rotors
can and will Drill all makes and models. We
have had numerous requests for bikes other than
the Honda CB's and the answer is yes we can
cross drill any rotor you may have.
should you be cross drilling your brake rotors?
The answer is easy. With superior venting you
have superior braking. Braking that does not
fade on a long hill or after a quick sequence
of turns that have you grabbing for the brake.
Don't get stuck in a tight situation with brakes
that fail to do their job.
keep this in mind with every rotor we cross
drill. Your life depends on it.
offer in house cross drilling of your brake
rotor to improve braking performance of your
vintage solid rotor bike. This is done by trained
technicians that understand the very reason
that you are sending your rotors to us to be
vented. They are cross drilled on a pre set
jig that allows us to keep close tolerances
use a 3-2 staggered drill pattern to make sure
you get optimum cooling and maximum braking
force and braking surface. Due to their size
Honda CB 550/500/450 rotors are drilled in a
3 on 3 pattern unless you specify. This is due
to excessive surface loss and we advise against
us for details on shipping and how to get started
in making your bike safer today.
Drilling Rotors is $55 per rotor
rotors are limited to what can be drilled safely
and we will advise you on this. We do offer only the swirl pattern and variations thereof. The old 3 on 2 pattern is discontinued and we will no longer offer the pattern.
The swirl patterns are as follows
96 hole for Larger rotors CB750 etc
The rotor dimensions for this pattern must be 11 5/8" with a 2 1/4" face
72 Hole for Medium sized rotors CB 500/550 etc
The rotor dimensions for this pattern must be 10 3/4" with a 1 7/8" face
48 Hole Pattern for small sized rotors - I.E. CB 400/360 etc
These dimensions are plus or minus an 1/8th inch.
Rotors Working Time:
cross drilling is a 2-3 day turn around! We
could have your rotors back to you possibly
within 1 week (counting for shipping transit
DOES PROCESS THIS WORK?:
us a email to get approximate time turn around
(please do not surprise us). You will be quoted
and billed at that time.
out the order form in its completely and include
it in the package with your rotor(s)
rotor(s) and payment if paying by money order
or check using a USPS Priority flat rate box.
Please use delivery confirmation as we are
not responsible for items lost by USPS. (flat
rate box will save you about $2-$6 depending
on your location)These flat rate boxes
are available at your local post office.
packing your rotor make sure it will not be
able to shift around in the package as this
can cause it to break the box open during
shipping. Rotors are just about indestructible
but you want to make sure it does not shift
around in the box.
your rotor(s) to:
Anubis Cycle LLC, 1522 Weston, LaCrosse, WI, 54601
your rotor is finished you will receive an
email of request of payment or confirm it
sure you are using a USPS flat rate box like
the one to the left. These can be obtained at
your local USPS post office. This will save
you lots of money on the shipp. Shipping with
USPS flat rate comes to about $8.50 instead
of over $15 to ship.
rotors are a bit of a tight fit in these boxes,
we have yet to have any issues with shipping
the hundreds of rotors we have drilled in these
SHOP SERVICE REQUEST FORM
services to reline your gas tank to fix those
nasty rusted tanks. Contact us for details.
service is offered for $50.00 per tank. No other
alterations are allowed.