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Honda CD200 1981

home Honda CD200 1981 Manufacturer : Honda
calendar Honda CD200 1981 Productions : 1981
settings Honda CD200 1981 Engine : Twin cylinder Air-cooled Four-stroke, Single Over Head Cam Parallel twin.
config Honda CD200 1981 Transmission : -

Honda introduced several 200 cm³ bikes with similar engines but different body variations in the 1980s. The model introduced in South Africa and Pakistan was known as the CD 200 “Road Master”. It was a detuned version of the Honda CD185 twin. The CD 200 sold more for its looks then performance as its square speedometer, huge front and rear mudguards, twin chrome exhausts, neatly tucked in choke behind handle bars and a chrome plated fuel tank with the Honda logo contributed to an interesting styling.

The bike was a cheap commuter vehicle with a claimed 100 miles (160 km) per gallon and a smooth ride. Too slow for a 200 cm³ bike, its top speed was only 70 mph (112 km/h) as the engine was detuned to keep maintenance cost to a minimum. This bike targeted users who wanted a comfortable cheap transport suitable for long routes with low maintenance. Use of simple drum breaks in rear and front and a single carburetor were other measures used to keep the maintenance low. The bike accelerated hard up to 65 mph (105 km/h); after that it was a flat ride. The engine had to be revved very hard to create any kind of excitement as the bike was too heavy (140 kg) for an engine that produced a modest 16 bhp.
This model suffered from various manufacturing faults like a noisy cam chain and an unreliable electrical starter (later models were upgraded with 12 volts CDI system in the UK.). In the UK the CD200 was affected by legislation restricting learner riders to bikes limited to 125 cm³ and 12bhp. Honda introduced a 125 cm³ Benly after the CD200 was withdrawn.The CD 200 Road Master was sold in South Africa until late 2004 and was used mainly as a courier/delivery bike.It retained the 6 volt electrics and points ignition.

Kawasaki KZ200 A1 1977-1978

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Kawasaki KZ200 A1 1977-1978

Specifications :
Manufacturer : Kawasaki
Production : 1977-1985
Class : Street bike
Engine : 200cc, four-stroke, single cylinder, Single Over Head Camshaft,5-Speed Return Shift.
Sparkplug : NGK B7ES

Front Tire : 2.75-18 4PR
Rear Tire : 3.25-17 4PR
Fuel Tank color: Cerulean Blue, Garnet Brown.
Remarks: Four-stroke, single-cylinder commuter, with mechanical front disc brake, safety side stand, and electric starter. Steering lock is combined with ignition switch.
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Kawasaki KZ200 A1 1977-1978
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Kawasaki KZ200 A1 1977-1978
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Kawasaki KZ200 A1 1977-1978

1966 Honda RC166 250

1966 Honda RC166 250 Specification :
home 1966 Honda RC166 250 Manufacturer : Honda
calendar 1966 Honda RC166 250 Productions : 1966
settings 1966 Honda RC166 250 Engine : 250 cc
However technically interesting and highly developed the Honda RC116 and RC149 may be, the most appealing, the most glamorous racing bike ever built is no doubt the 1966 Honda RC166 six. Although the Italians are known for their creations, Carcano’s masterpiece, the Moto Guzzi V8 500 cc, was a lumpish, ungainly hunk of a motorcycle when compared to the sleek, beautiful lines of the Honda. It’s the comparison between a dray horse and a thoroughbred. In addition to its specifications and beauty came the incomparable, ear-splitting howl of its six megaphones and its invincibility in the hands of Mike Hailwood, which made it a legend in its time.
Although outwardly very like the RC165, internally the engine has been changed and now has a bore and stroke of 41 x 31 mm. See second image at left. Carburetors have cylindrical slides, although sometimes flat slides are used. Power output is 60 bhp at 18,000 rpm. Like the RC149, the bike has oil coolers in the right and left hand side of the fairing. Also new are the brakes, which have now radial cooling fins instead of circumferential ones. Dry weight of the seven speed bike is 112 kg.

Vespa MP5 Paperino – 1943

Vespa MP5 Paperino - 1943

Vespa MP5 Paperino – 1943 specification :
Manufacturer : Piaggio
Country : Germany
Production : 1943 (End of World War 2)
Engine : 98cc, 2 stroke, single cylinder, bore : 50mm, stroke : 50mm
Top speed : 60 mph
Transmision : Chain
Brake : Drum
Tire : 4.00-10

Honda C-70 Passport 1983

Honda C-70 Passport 1983

Honda C-70 Passport 1983 Spesification :
Manufacture : Honda
Year : 1983
Engine : 72cc, OHC, four-stroke, single cylinder
Transmission: Three-speed with automatic clutch

Suzuki AS50 1969

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Suzuki AS50 1969

Specification :
Manufacturer : Suzuki
Production : 1969
Engine : 50cc two stroke, rotary disk valve, single cylinder.
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Vespa MP6 – 1946

Vespa MP6 - 1946

Vespa MP6 – 1946 specification:
Manufacturer : Piaggio
Production : 1945
Engine : 2stroke, single cylinder, bore: 50mm,stroke: 50mm
Top speed : 37.28 mph
Transmision : chain/cardan
Brake : Drum
Tire : 3.50-8

Kawasaki KZ305-A1 CSR 1981

Kawasaki KZ305-A1 CSR Specification :
home Kawasaki KZ305 A1 CSR 1981 Manufacturer : Kawasaki
calendar Kawasaki KZ305 A1 CSR 1981 Productions : 1981
settings Kawasaki KZ305 A1 CSR 1981 Engine : 305 cc, Four-stroke, 2 Cylinder, Single Overhead Camshaft
config Kawasaki KZ305 A1 CSR 1981 Transmission : 6-Speed, Return Shift read more »

Honda C-50 Deluxe 1966

Honda C-50 Deluxe 1966

Honda C-50 Deluxe 1966 Specification :
Manufacture : Honda
Year : 1966
Engine : 50cc, OHC, four-stroke, single cylinder
Transmission: Three-speed

Ferrari F40 (1987)

home Ferrari F40 (1987) Manufacturer :  Ferrari
calendar Ferrari F40 (1987) Productions : 1987-1992
settings Ferrari F40 (1987) Engine : 2.9 L (2936 cc) version of the GTO’s twin IHI turbocharged V8 developing 478 PS (352 kW/471 hp)
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The Ferrari F40 is a mid-engine, rear-wheel drive, two-door coupé sports car produced by Ferrari from 1987 to 1992 as the successor to the Ferrari 288 GTO. From 1987 to 1989 it held the title as the world’s fastest street-legal production car, and during its years of production, was Ferrari’s fastest, most powerful, and most expensive car. It was intended that there were to be 400 Ferrari F40 made, all painted red, but a total 1,315 F40s were produced.

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