1975 Honda Cl on ns1.2040-motos
Honda CL description
1975 CL360 scrambler. Bike had 6600 miles on it when I got it last fall but had been sitting for years.
I stripped it to nothing and went new everything. All black parts were professionally powder coated. All new bearings, spokes, tires, chain, sprockets, sprocket bushings in the hub, seat, shocks, mufflers, petcock, gas cap, new vm30 mikuni's and pod filters. New bars, levers, grips, throttle cables and an antigravity battery hidden under the seat. Forks were completely rebuilt with new fork seals and dust covers. Frame was de-tabbed and added a loop on the rear. Tank had some rust inside but I got it all cleaned and coated the inside. Only thing I did to the motor was powder coat the outer covers. Cylinders have 170-175psi of compression. All new gas lines, breathers and ground wire.
Bike is very minimal now. Fog light hidden in a crf110 front plate, led strip tail light, no signals and the plate is hidden above the rear wheel. No extra switches just turn the gas and key on! Bike runs very well. I have a lot of time tuning the carbs and making it run right. Countless hours and a pile of money in this bike but I have my eye on another one right now.
Feel free to message me for any more info.
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Moto blogWed, 20 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800
Alongside the updated 2014 CB1100, Honda revealed a new variant it calls the CB1100 EX. Both 2014 models were announced at the Tokyo Motor Show but we’re still waiting to hear whether Honda will be coming stateside. The difference between the regular CB1100 and the EX are not that apparent, and at quick glance, it may be difficult to tell them apart.Thu, 29 Sep 2011 00:00:00 -0700
Honda announced two low-priced small-displacement motorcycles to be produced and sold in Nigeria. The Honda Ace CB125 and Ace CB125-D were developed to be affordable, durable, easy to use and offer good fuel economy. Honda will introduce the CB125 and CB125-D at about 100,000 Nigerian naira (US$627), a price point that Honda expects to be affordable for many Nigerians, with the manufacturer targeting annual sales of 100,000 units.Mon, 05 Sep 2011 00:00:00 -0700
Calling all motorcycle geeks. Can you identify this bike? It's from a Honda patent dating back to around 1992 and coinciding with both the original Fireblade design and the RC45 designs being patented.
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