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1983 Honda Cb on 2040-motos

US $4,950.00
YearYear:1983 MileageMileage:14 ColorColor: Blue

Charlotte, North Carolina, United States

Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
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Honda CB tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,100 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle has an existing warranty TypeType:Sport Bike For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Honda CB description

For Sale: 1983 CB1100F. This motorcycle is in exceptional unrestored condition. It has right at 14,500 original miles. It is a super example of this early 80s superbike.

It has four ďperiod correctĒ modifications: eurospec boomerang wheels, KERKER exhaust, Koni rear shocks, and a recently rebuilt Shindy steering damper. It also has replacement turn signals that are a bit smaller than the OEM signals. The original signals werenít on the bike when I purchased it.

The only mechanical engine modification that has been done is an upgraded starter clutch/sprag. If you search eBay using the search phrase ďcb1100f starter clutch ď the first item that comes up in the search results is the exact replacement I installed. This is a $250+ modification not including the labor for installation. The OEM starter clutch is prone to wear and becomes unreliable. The original starter clutch on this bike was worn out and would only work effectively about 20% of the time. It comes with the purchase of the bike if you want it.

I had a seat cut down a few inches to improve seating position for me. The original seat (which has a seam in the seat cover coming apart, see pics), OEM shocks, and OEM wheels are included in the sale of the bike as well.

The bike runs great once itís at running temperature. Its cold natured just like all the DOHC Hondas. It does have a few minor cosmetic flaws. It is 33 years old. There is a ding in the fuel tank at the bottom of the tank on the right hand side. Itís about the size of a nickel. Itís really difficult to see unless you kneel down and look right at it. See the pictures. Otherwise, it has a few nicks in the paint and thatís all.

You would have a hard time finding a nicer unrestored 1100F anywhere.

It also has new Michelin Pilot Activ tires and new EBC brake pads front and rear.

Iíve owned several of these DOHC Hondas. This CB1100F is at the top in both condition and how well it runs so bid with confidence.

Please look closely at the pictures. Ask questions if you need too. I will answer as quickly as possible. Do not bid if you have zero feedback or if you have no intention of paying for the motorcycle.

A NON-REFUNDABLE deposit of $500.00 due within 24 hrs. of sale.

Buyer responsible for vehicle pick-up or shipping.

I will work with a licensed, bonded, and insured shipper to get the bike to you.

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