The horn switch worked by earthing against the handlebars, but these were insulated from the bike on their rubber mounts, so an earth wire was added to the handlebars to complete the circuit. Second running test With the , the bike was re-assembled to retest the engine. It can do all the shifting for you, as smooth and seamless as any automatic, but can also give you total control to shift yourself it s the best of all worlds! Honda had taken the Rennmax and brought it to the street; no other manufacturer in 1956 could boast of such a sophisticated and affordable package, and within a year it boasted an electric starter as well. The rear mountings were the same but the front had to have a conversion plate made up as shown below. It has front bumper, Acerbis hand guards, Nerf bars, New starter and New battery, Fmf Megamax exhaust, Maxxis tires all around. The painted parts were sent for shot blasting to remove paint and any rust.
The table below gives more details : S 90 The S90 was the sports model of the range. The horn switch worked by earthing against the handlebars, but these were insulated from the bike on their rubber mounts, so an earth wire was added to the handlebars to complete the circuit. So an earth lead was added to one of the bar clamps by drilling and tapping the end of the clamp bolt and attaching a wire with a small brass screw. . The Exhaust one was 30.
Up for sale is my 1966 Honda S-90. This picture shows the frame, forks and wheel arches assembled. The bike was 26 inches wide and 39 inches high from the ground to the top of the handle bars. This block was then sliced through to allow tightening. This photo shows the new seat.
It looked like the swinging arm had been damaged by the sprocket bolts at some stage. You could easily replace the cracked lens and put em back on the bike. The piston was marked as being 0. Also includes a larger main drive sprocket that I purchased separately. The result was the C70 Dream model of 1956, whose engine profile would be instantly familiar to any motorcyclist awake in the 1960s; it had a single overhead-cam parallel twin-cylinder motor with all-aluminum construction, fine pitch finning, and a slight forward cant to the cylinders. I am retired also so he and I hit it off. I purchased this around a year ago from the original owner.
The bike was restored some years ago, but it has held up well — testament to the meticulous care taken in maintenance and storage since. Some of the electrics had been installed including both handlebar switches, the lights and a new ignition switch. The airbox and rear number plate were also in place. The painted parts were sent for shot blasting to remove paint and any rust. The motorcycle was not intended for off road use, as evidenced by the narrow handle bars and street tires; it included no accessories for such travel.
Please contact Brian with any question at: 352-286-1000. Recommended for riders 16 years of age and older. You meet the nicest people on a Honda. We will do anything we can to assist with shipping if you fund the expense. The driveline that lets you choose 2- or 4-wheel drive. Full expert restoration in 2016. Also comes with a rare rear rack unattached , cover and leather saddle bags.
The wiring in particular was very incomplete and had been modified by previous owners. Tap 1 was a brand new complete tap from Honda, but unfortunately it didn't have the second inlet to connect the other side of the fuel tank. This image shows the tank after painting. The date of manufacturing can be determined by removing the fuel tank and examining the tag surrounding the wiring harness. The all-new Pioneer® 1000 is the world s preeminent side-by-side, both in the Honda® lineup, and the industry. Offered on a Bill of Sale.
However the clamp to join it to the down-pipe was not available, so a new one was machined from a piece of bright-mild steel bar. Our Family Owned Powersports Dealership Offers New and Category Classic Motorcycles Engine 90 cc Posted Over 1 Month 1969 Honda S90 90, Completely retored 1969 Honda S90 Japanese Domestic Model brought back from Japan by Military Service Member. The exhaust valve measured 5. There is no but the indicates speed ranges for each gear. With a 10,000rpm rev limit and top speed around 90mph, the Hawk was an instant hit. Low miles and ready to ride! We shop the competition so you don't have to.