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Author Topic: 1990 Honda Hawk GT uber clean NT650 survivor !!  (Read 718 times)
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« on: May 24, 2017, 04:43:20 PM »

I know I know...not a CB-1 but a close brother and very cool bike that would make a nice addition to a CB-1 in the garage.

Located in So Cal, you can fly in and ride this bike anywhere.
$4250 OBO


This Hawk is from my Honda collection, I am only selling it as I found an even lower mile original 1990 to take its place. I am the third owner and the bike came from a great home in Illinois where it was owned by an older couple...it was the wife's bike.
The Hawk is one of the true works of art from Honda, far ahead of its time, it is a cult bike and universally loved for its bulletproof engine, single sided swingarm and basis for being a great bike to mod....and most of them have been modded....few completely original clean survivors are still around.

This is one of them.
10,993 original miles, clean title and turn key ready to ride. Miles will stay as they are now, and bike will be covered and on battery tender until new owner is ready to take delivery.

In the last 2 weeks I have just invested close to a $1000 in maintenance to make sure the bike is 100% turn key...you can fly in and ride this thing anywhere.

All parts and service have less than 25 miles on them!!

- Brand new Michelin PR3s front and back

- Brand new EBC front brake pads

-New fork seals and fresh fluid (forks completely disassembled and inspected, thoroughly cleaned)

-Carbs disassembled and cleaned, float height set.

-Fresh oil change with Honda OEM filter and GN4 10W-40 oil

-New NGK spark plugs

-New fuel filter

-Coolant drained, flushed, and refilled with fresh 50/50 mix.

-Front and rear brakes, drained, flushed and bled with fresh DOT4 synthetic brake fluid.

-Battery and air filter are less than 2 years old and low miles on them both.

-Rear brakes are original and probably 50%...chain and sprockets are decent and factory original.

This Hawk starts, runs and rides flawlessly. Brand new PR3 rubber and a complete fresh service, needs nothing but a new home and some good roads. No excuses, no disappointments. It literally runs and rides like a showroom bike.

I will let the pictures handle most of the description and will also post a short video of the bike starting and running. There was some small scratches and sun fading on the very back part of the tail cowl, so I had my painter touch that up and clear the entire tail cowl to protect. The paint on tank and fender are original. This bike has always been garaged but there is some minor corrosion as seen in a few spots, and some very very light surface rust in a couple other places that should clean up easy.
Frame, swingarm and engine are beautiful.


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« Reply #3 on: May 25, 2017, 03:20:59 AM »

Hi and good morning, can it be that your front tire is not mounted in the correct direction of rotation?





- Brand new Michelin PR3s front and back








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« Reply #4 on: May 25, 2017, 02:29:13 PM »

^^^^^^I believe you are correct, its backwards
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« Reply #5 on: May 25, 2017, 02:46:21 PM »

Guess you guys haven't run the PR3s. I have em on my 6th gen VFR, my buddy has them on his 4th gen...it may be my favorite do it all tire ever, awesome grip in the wet, can do a track day on them,  and they get great wear...but they are a bit pricier than the other options...phenomenal tire even if the fronts look a little funny.

It is mounted correctly.
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« Reply #6 on: May 25, 2017, 10:34:24 PM »

the "PR3s"...what are they exactly? Are they the Michelin?

Are they the "Michelin Pilot Road 3" Tires?

Can you give us the exact specs on that tire?
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« Reply #7 on: May 26, 2017, 12:47:10 PM »

the "PR3s"...what are they exactly? Are they the Michelin?

Are they the "Michelin Pilot Road 3" Tires?

Can you give us the exact specs on that tire?


Here ya go...
https://www.revzilla.com/product/michelin-pilot-road-3-front-tires
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« Reply #8 on: May 26, 2017, 12:49:53 PM »

great...thanks.
I'll give em try next time my tires burn out.
thanks for the knowledge base.
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« Reply #9 on: May 26, 2017, 05:48:46 PM »

I stand corrected.  They do look funny.  Thanks for the info.  Smiley
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