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1973 Honda CB 175 Old Motor Classic


1971 Honda CB 125 Technical Specifications



In 1971 Honda created the CB 125, which is a Twin 125.00 ccm (7,59 cubic inches) beautiful motorcycle that we will now get to know better by examining its characteristics in further detail.

Over the next few lines Motorbike Specifications will provide you with a complete list of the available Honda CB 125 technical specifications, such as engine type, horsepower, torque, top speed, compression rates, tyre dimensions and many others, so here it goes:

Honda CB 125 Technical Specifications :

* Brand: Honda
* Model: CB 125
* Production Year: 1971
* Category (Type of Bike): Classic
* Engine Size: 125.00 ccm (7,59 cubic inches)
* Engine Type: Twin
* Engine Horsepower: 15.00 HP (10,85 kW)) @ 10500 RPM
* Compression Rates: 9.4:1
* Stroke: 4
* Torque: N/A
* Starter Type: N/A
* Top Speed: 121.0 km/h (74,82 mph)
* Transmission Type: Chain
* Gearbox Type: 5 speed
* Fuel Capacity: 10.00 litres (2,63 gallons)
* Fuel Control: OHC
* Number of Valves: 2
* Cooling System Type: Air
* Weight: N/A
* Length: N/A
* Front Brakes Type: Expanding brake
* Rear Brakes Type: Expanding brake
* Front Tyre Dimensions: 2.50 – 18
* Rear Tyre Dimensions: 2.75 – 18

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The 1980 Honda CB 125 T 2 and all other motorcycles made since 1970. Specifications. Pictures.

1981 Honda CB 125 T 2 specifications and pictures


1981 Honda CB 125 T 2 specifications and pictures

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Model ID
Manufacturer (Make)Honda
Model NameCB 125 T 2
Year1981
Category(class)Classic
Engine
Engine Capacity (Displacement)125 ccm (7.63 cubic inches)
Engine TypeTwin
Bore x StrokeØ44.0 mm x 41.0 mm (Ø1.73 inches x 1.61 inches)
Stroke4
Valves per Cylinder2
Timing SystemOHC
Cooling SystemAir
Powertrain
Gearbox5 speed
Chassis/Suspension/Brakes
Front BrakesSingle disc
Rear BrakesDrum
Front Tire2.75-18
Rear Tire3.00-18
Dimensions
Gross Weight126 kg (278 lb)
Fuel Capacity 10 litres (2.64 gallons)
Performance
Max Power17.00 HP (12.4 kW) at 11500 RPM
Power/Weight Ratio0.13
Top Speed128 km/h (80mph)
Acceleration (dart, speedup) time


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  • 0-60 mph

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  • 1/4 mile

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  • 60 to 140 km/h, highest gear

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    1971 Honda CB 175 specifications and pictures

    1971 Honda CB 175

    1971 Honda CB 175 specifications and pictures

    The 1971 Honda CB 175 and all other motorcycles made since 1970. Specifications. Pictures.


    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
    Model ID
    Manufacturer (Make)Honda
    Model NameCB 175
    Year1971
    Category(class)Classic
    Engine
    Engine Capacity (Displacement)174 ccm (10.62 cubic inches)
    Engine TypeTwin
    Bore x StrokeØ52.0 mm x 41.0 mm (Ø2.05 inches x 1.61 inches)
    Stroke4
    Valves per Cylinder2
    Timing SystemOHC
    Cooling SystemAir
    Powertrain
    Gearbox5 speed
    Chassis/Suspension/Brakes
    Front BrakesDrum
    Rear BrakesDrum
    Front Tire2.75-18
    Rear Tire3.00-18
    Dimensions
    Gross Weight136 kg (300 lb)
    Fuel Capacity 10 litres (2.64 gallons)
    Performance
    Max Power20.00 HP (14.6 kW) at 10000 RPM
    Power/Weight Ratio0.15
    Top Speed130 km/h (81mph)
    Acceleration (dart, speedup) time


  • 0-100 km/h

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  • 0-60 mph

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  • 1/4 mile

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  • 60 to 140 km/h, highest gear

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    Honda CB 200 1975 SPECIFICATION

    Honda CB 200 1975

    Honda CB 200 1975 - Old Classic Motorcycle

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
    Model ID
    Manufacturer (Make)Honda
    Model NameCB 200
    Year1975
    Category(class)Classic
    Engine
    Engine Capacity (Displacement)198 ccm (12.08 cubic inches)
    Engine TypeTwin
    Bore x StrokeØ55.5 mm x 41.0 mm (Ø2.19 inches x 1.61 inches)
    Stroke4
    Valves per Cylinder2
    Timing SystemOHC
    Cooling SystemAir
    Powertrain
    Gearbox5 speed
    Chassis/Suspension/Brakes
    Front BrakesDrum
    Rear BrakesDrum
    Front Tire2.75-18
    Rear Tire3.00-18
    Dimensions
    Gross Weight142 kg (313 lb)
    Fuel Capacity 11 litres (2.91 gallons)
    Performance
    Max Power17.00 HP (12.4 kW) at 9000 RPM
    Power/Weight Ratio0.12
    Top Speed124 km/h (77mph)
    Acceleration (dart, speedup) time


  • 0-100 km/h

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  • 0-60 mph

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  • 1/4 mile

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  • 60 to 140 km/h, highest gear

  • -

    Alma Four Classic Cycling

    Alma Four Classic Cycling

    It looks like an Indian Four and it rides like an Indian Four, but this motorcycle has never been anywhere near Springfield, Massachusetts. Sitting in the frame is a one-liter NSU car engine, mated to a four-speed gearbox and shaft drive from a European pre-war motorcycle. The frame is a one-off, built to accommodate the tall SOHC engine; on a genuine Indian Four frame, there’s an additional straight tube running under the gas tanks. But the look is just right, helped by a vintage 1920s headlight and a repro Indian front end and fenders. The detailing elsewhere is lovely: the tanks, flywheel housing and engine sump are beautifully cast in aluminum. The forms for these were made by owner/builder Bartholin, who spent literally hundreds of hours on those three parts alone. Bartholin is an industrial designer and this project took him eight years—rather than the two he anticipated—partly because he was perennially broke, and partly because he got married and had kids along the way. The Alma Four apparently handles well, given that it’s based on a vintage American behemoth. And thanks to the air-cooled NSU Prinz engine, reliability is not an issue. (The motor was also used in the Münch Mammut, by the way.) Purists may scoff, but there’s something oddly appealing about this motorcycle. It’s a mix of vintage and modern componentry put together with great skill and a sensitive eye. And there’s something to be said for a bike of any description that starts first time in the morning.

    Saturday, February 27, 2010

    "For each and every one of you who never understood my Joan Jett obsession" Via:

    Childhood sketches from thejang's photostream

    Snorton gets a bit of a makeover............




    Picked up a nice period fiberglass comp tank on Ebay last week, so I set to this afternoon and pulled the old heavy and leaky tank off the Norton, temp fitted with some foam underneath til I get the final position sorted and backed up with a Wassell single scrambler seat, think I might attack the rear muddie next!

    Backyard Casting

    I used to do a bit of casting as part of my "day job" in our family run jewellery workshop. Mainly using silver and gold I used a delft clay and some aluminium flasks to produce one off pieces that could be finished off by hand. I had some success with this process and found that it was great for reproducing detailed reproductions of existing pieces. The downsides of the method for producing bike related parts were mainly that you couldnt melt enough metal to pour the size of pieces I would want without having some sort of forge to get the metal (aluminium usuall) to 1340 deg to pour it successfully, and the 4" flasks were quite limiting!

    I have been looking at the possibility of casting some of the hard to find pieces I need/want for my Indian projects, and found a couple of really informative sites

    Lanstrom's Foundry Where the Warpath Indian cases are cast - awesome!

    Backyard Metal Casting some great how to's and a whole lotta source info here


    So I'm off into town on monday to buy me some fire cement and fireclay bricks! I'm gonna build me a forge ;-)

    chalopy

    great dutch blog about small non stock honda bikes and parts
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    Friday, February 26, 2010