1981 Honda Other on 2040-motos
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New parts include: Stator, rectifier/regulator, cam chain & and tensioners, oil pump chain, engine case seals & gaskets, water pump seal and thermostat, spark plugs, tires & tire valves, headlight assembly (aftermarket, with standard 55w/65w halogen bulb), LED lights, electronic flasher, battery, fuel petcock & fuel line, throttle & clutch cables, brake line, mirrors, grips.
Rebuilt parts include, master cylinder, brake caliper, carburetors, front forks (new bushings, seals, rings & fork oil).
Other serviced: fuel tank cleaned & lined, oil & filter, final drive drained & refilled, valves adjusted.
Other notes: carbs may need tweeking, runs great on road but hesitates on takeoff from idle, clutch works great unless you get on it real hard, then clutch doesn't want to release, have to work with it, may need new clutches probably should have changed those but looked good when I inspected them even though they are 15-20 years old.
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Moto blogThu, 22 Nov 2012
The 2013 Dakar Rally will again be held in South America with event organizers announcing a new route for the 34th running of the off-road race. Now in its fifth year in Latin America, the 2013 edition of the Rally will feature a new route running from north to south, starting Jan. 5 in Lima, Peru, and ending Jan.Mon, 18 Jul 2011
Honda is recalling certain 2009-2010 ST1300 sport touring motorcycles due to a risk of a brake fluid leakage. According to documents released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the pre-formed hose supplying fluid from the rear brake reservoir to the rear brake master cylinder is routed in a way that puts it at risk of damage. When the Honda ST1300 is heavily loaded and ridden over rough surfaces, the rear suspension may bottom out, causing the hose to contact the swingarm.Wed, 24 Jun 2009
Honda have been releasing video documentaries on… well… everything! Why? Well to toot their own horn and remind you that Honda is crazy cool. Actually, their videos aren’t that bad, although somewhat dramatic. I hunkered down and watched their “Failure: The Secret to Success” video and it held my attention. Their new video is titled “Dreams vs Nightmares”, which features a few notable people such as Clive Barker and Deepak Chopra. I’m curious to see how they take this theme and use it to show how and why Honda creates and designs the products they make.
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