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1981 Honda Cb900c Standard on 2040-motos

US $1,995.00
YearYear:1981 MileageMileage:21 ColorColor: Brown

Mukwonago, Wisconsin, US

Mukwonago, WI, US
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Honda CB photos

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Honda CB tech info

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Honda CB description

1981 Honda CB900C, Nice running classic Honda with nice add ons. New tires, rebuilt brake calipers, new fork seals, fresh tune up, oil change.

Moto blog

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A Weighty Issue

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For as long as I can remember, motorcycle manufacturers have been playing fast and loose with regard to what they claim for the weight of their bikes. The “dry weights” they foisted upon us had little basis in reality. The “dry” part of that claim meant that listed weights on a spec chart were the result of all fluids being MIA from the bike, including necessities like engine oil, coolant and fork fluid (not to mention fuel), but even that didn’t fully explain the overly optimistic specs.