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 on: April 19, 2018, 06:26:00 PM 
Started by crxb5 - Last post by zeer0
Quick update. It's been a while and I finally got it sorted well enough to ride.
 A list of a few things I've done so far: better fuel tank, installed rear fender with turn signals from a CBR300, new clutch cover and shiny plastic piece, carb clean/sync/adjustment, and welded the rivets on the starter clutch to quell the gravel in crankcase noise.

My wife and I took it out yesterday with my 86 500 Interceptor that I also just finished this week. I was gonna sell it, but after a proper ride, we've decided to enjoy it for a while. It complements out Hawk GTs nicely.


https://photos.smugmug.com/Bikes/i-dTrwZCk/0/96ec487e/M/IMG_20180418_180921-M.jpg

 2 
 on: April 19, 2018, 06:53:58 AM 
Started by shuffle - Last post by eyhonda
Might be interested in the parts bike if it runs and has a title.  PM sent.

 3 
 on: April 19, 2018, 03:03:14 AM 
Started by Dash - Last post by Dash
A sad day. I sold my CB.

I came across a VTR 1000 F (Super Hawk for you yankees), a bike Ive always liked but could never afford. Sadly I dont have space to keep 2 motorcycles so the CB will have to go.
Silver lining is that a guy I know from some forums was having issues with his CB so he sold it to a dude who's gonna rebuild it from scratch. The guy who is now CB-less just bought mine. So I know my CB is gonna have a decent new owner who appriciates the bike for what it is. Which slightly eases the pain Tongue

I wil continue to lurk here for a while yet I imagine.


 4 
 on: April 18, 2018, 10:01:32 PM 
Started by shuffle - Last post by cbx1260cc
Sam--Owner of the CB-1's

 5 
 on: April 18, 2018, 08:29:41 PM 
Started by Lancer05 - Last post by Lancer05
Greetings,
          I am interested in purchasing a CB-1 in the midwest region (Missouri). Preferably one that is running and in decent condition. Please feel free to message to discuss further details. Thank you.

(It would require traveling but other optional regions are CO, NM, WA, ID, and OR).

 6 
 on: April 18, 2018, 06:26:42 PM 
Started by shuffle - Last post by VintageHunter
PM sent to whom?

 7 
 on: April 18, 2018, 06:24:15 PM 
Started by shuffle - Last post by cbx1260cc
In the post above it says that I also have a 1989 parts bike. I mentioned that I would now like to sell them as a package deal. So in this thread there are two separate bikes.

1989 Honda CB1 Parts Bike - 8,750 miles
1990 Honda CB1 All Original bike with less than 1600 miles as shown in the initial posting.

Sam



PM Sent

 8 
 on: April 18, 2018, 04:16:07 AM 
Started by RVFRick - Last post by RVFRick
On choke, mine slows or dies dies when I lean it left. No choke, leaning is fine. I plan to test:
Lean right.
Lean left as far as I can and see if fuel drips out vent.

 9 
 on: April 17, 2018, 08:39:24 PM 
Started by dsquare - Last post by dsquare
Got a job offer that will require shipping and a long move. 

89 CB-1 with white painted parts. Whole thing for sale $600- Not running. Not fully assembled. Come pick it up.

Battery not been used heavily and on trickle charger.
Brand new rebuilt starter.
Really good rubber on straight wheels.
Frame is rusty.
Tank is clean but needs paint.

I ran it all over the north shore of Oahu when I lived there.  Moved to Washington.  Son took it apart to clean carbs up and maybe paint the whole thing. Have not run it since.

Located in Washington, west coast, west of Aberdeen.
Titled in Hawaii still and not going to title for Washington because I can't get it running.

 10 
 on: April 17, 2018, 09:55:18 AM 
Started by RVFRick - Last post by Spurlock
Hi Bill, what is the hole on the left chamber wall at the same level as the "crude hole"? From a manufacturing perspective how the heck did they drill the "crude hole" if it's orthogonal to the jet tube. There is very little working space.

The crude hole is drilled at a downward angle intersecting the passageway holding the pressed-in jet, so no problem with manufacturing access. The hole to the left is the float bowl vent which connects to the vent hoses marked "6" in the manual and with a label on the hoses themselves. When I lean my bike way over to the left the idle stays the same until finally at a very extreme angle gas runs out of those vent hoses and the engine dies!

-Bill

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