1983 Honda Cb on 2040-motos
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The Bike is quite rare and unusual in that it was only produced for one year. At the time it was the fastest and most powerful Honda stock Motorcycle offered. The engine came standard with 108 hp and most consider this to be the very first 'Superbike.' With only 13,000 + miles the Bike runs beautiful! This Bike was never run hard. As you can see the color was changed to bright Yellow which I believe is an improvement. Originally it was only offered in two colors (blue and red.) The exhaust has been converted to an all-in-one performance collector which enhances the power. The tires were replaced about 3 years ago. New coils and ignition, chain and sprockets were replaced about 18 months ago. The four stock carbs were replaced with 4 Mikuni Performance carbs. These improvements allow the the Bike to wind up better than stock but it is smooth and bullet proof. Runs and rides like a new bike.
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Moto blogFri, 21 Aug 2009
The latest issue of Visordown mag just arrvied in the office, fresh from the printers. And it's looking great! This month we've got the new KTM 990SMT up against Suzuki's Kayabusa, Honda's VFR800 and BMW's K1300GT - which one is the daddy for sports touring?Wed, 25 Apr 2012
Motorcycling legend Kenny Roberts has commissioned RMD Motors to auction off some rare and exclusive motorcycles from his collection, presumably to make room for more. The Japan-based company is known the world over for its collection of rare and classic motorcycles for sale, many of which are retired grand prix machines fortunate enough to escape the fate of most decommissioned racebikes: the crusher. Headlining the Roberts collection is the 2004 Proton KRV5 originally ridden by Kurtis Roberts, King Kenny’s youngest son. The five-cylinder grand prix machine never achieved much success on the world stage, but will easily make you the center of attention at your local trackday.Thu, 24 Jan 2013
Repsol Honda revealed the livery off its RC213V racebikes and leathers of riders Dani Pedrosa and Marc Marquez for the 2013 MotoGP season. The livery is again dominated by the colors of the team’s top sponsor, Spanish oil giant Repsol, but with more white and less black, particularly along the bottom of the fairing. The Repsol logos on the sides now slope downward toward the swingarm whereas the previous design had them rising up toward the seat.
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