Honda CB650 in Movies
The Honda CB650 is a in-line four, four-stroke naked bike motorcycle produced between 1978 and 1982. It could reach a top speed of 183.0 km/h (113.7 mph)
The engine was a air cooled in-line four, four-stroke. A 59.8 x 55.8 mm (2.4 x 2.2 inches) stroke result in a displacement of just 627.00 ccm (38.26 cubic inches). The engine features a 9.0:1 compression ratio. Fuel was supplied via a overhead cams (ohc).
The bike has a 5-speed transmission. The final drive was via chain.
It came with a 3.25-19 front tire and a 3.75-18 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via dual disc in the front and a expanding brake in the rear. The CB650 is fitted with a 18.00 litres (4.76 gallons) fuel tank.
Meng gui cha guan
The badge on the cowl reads Shoei, which is a Japanese company that makes motorcycle helmets. They also made motorcycle fairings, saddlebags, and other motorcycle accessories. It doesn't look like they do anymore. It should be an honda, maybe CB 650 (almost like that one : http://membres.multimania.fr/scawin/moto/cops_hk_3T.JPG) Hong Kong police forces have also used : # Honda CB250 - motorcycle (street version : 1982-2008) # Honda CBX750P - motorcycle (street version : 1984-1988) # Honda VFR800P - motorcycle (street version : 1998-2009) # BMW R850RT - motorcycle
That shape of tank is unique to the CB 250 T & CB 400 T
Honda, et je pencherais assez pour une 1100 Gold-Wing... voire une GL 1000 K3. K3(=Kairiyo3go=update#3,in Japanese) Pas 1977 avec ce feu arrière. Mais 1979 ou 1980, qui correspond à l'apparition du modèle K3. Merci de ne pas indiquer systématiquement les dates de première fabrication d'une lignée de modèles sans vérifier duquel il s'agit... Since 1975 Et les premières motos Honda en 1946, sauf erreur de ma part.
Not a Gold Wing, GL1000's never had reverse Comstars, plain jane GL1100's with reverse Comstars had painted mudguards, fully shrouded & gaitered air shocks and a K&Q seat. This is a 1980 CB 650 C.
I Bought a Vampire Motorcycle
Kawasaki Z1 about 1978. Still trying to sort out these Kawasaki models - trying to decide if this is a Z750LTD from 1980 or a Z1000LTD from 1977. As far as I can work out the original Z1 (900) became the Z900 in about 1975 and the Z1000 in 1977. These will be British market models which may differ from other markets. Honda 650 CBC. Avis à qui trouve un "quatre pattes" Kawa SOHC, moi, j'connais pas...
It's a Honda CB650SC Nighthawk, I had a brand new one in July '83.
A 4 pipe Honda with reverse comstar wheels that isn't a Nighthawk, from this angle: it looks to be single disc front brake. That means it must be a CB650C http://moto.zombdrive.com/images/honda-cb650c-6.jpg, equipped with fairing & luggage from the Honda touring accessories catalogue.
CB650 about 1982.
CBC, précisons. Elle existait en version routière dénommée CB tout court...
Honda CB 650?? Is there a listing for the 81-82 Imperial coupe in the background? There is one at /vehicle_16402-Imperial-1981.html
Eye of the Beholder
J'ai failli l'identifier comme une Yamaha XS 750. Mais avec une transmission par chaîne, ça risque pas.
Honda CBC 650?
Scarecrow and Mrs. King EP: 4.06
I think the bike on the left is a circa 1982-84 VF 750 C Magna 45 and I think the other two are Honda CB 650 SC Nighthawks from the same era.
Sur la base de la 650 CBX, soit la deuxième version...
- CB650SC Nighthawk
- CB 650
- CB 650 SC Nighthawk
- CB 650 C
- CB 650 SC
- CB 650 RC
- CB 650 RC (reduced effect)
- CB650RC (reduced effect)
- CB 650 (reduced effect)
- CB650 (reduced effect)
- CB 650 C (reduced effect)
- CB650C (reduced effect)
- CB 650 Custom
- CB650 Custom
- CB 650 Custom (reduced effect)
- CB650 Custom (reduced effect)