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Posted: 3/9/2001 7:10:51 AM EST
Well, actually, it is a piece of sh*t, but I am going to do some work on it. It is a 1980 Honda CB 900 Custom. I call it my Pamela Anderson bike. Does anybody get that? Does anyone else ride bikes?
Link Posted: 3/9/2001 7:44:19 AM EST
CONGRATS----I have a Triumph Trident 900 1996 Love it....where in texas are you---I am in DFW
Link Posted: 3/9/2001 8:43:06 AM EST
Yes, 1980 Susuki 750 L my brother bought it new in 1980. 4 cyl.--4 valve per cyl.supposed to be fastest street 750 out that year.I bought it from him in 1988 with 16,000 miles on it, i put over 10,000 on the first summer. Odometer and trip meter quit about 11 years ago,so an educated guess would be in the neighborhood of 60-70,000 miles now. My brother built a custom single rider backrest for it which is the only reason, with my back problems i can still enjoy riding. If this old bike ever dies it won't be easy to replace! Still as old as it is,it's still a blast to crank on it,to feel the torque this old girl still has left. Ben
Link Posted: 3/9/2001 8:52:21 AM EST
Cool, is this your first bike? I just bought this one last month, this is my first "Sport" bike :) [img]http://www.augustatriumph.com/images/955i.jpg[/img] Check out these websites: [url]http://www.esportbike.com[/url] [url]http://www.sportbikeworld.com[/url] esportbike is the better board though, more active... Also check out: [url]http://www.parts411.com[/url] for cheap bike parts, and... [url]http://www.helmethouse[/url] for discounted prices on top quality helmets. Good luck, ride safe, Mark
Link Posted: 3/9/2001 4:24:57 PM EST
Watch out for those left turning cagers. I know you heard that, but first time you forget it, hope your medical insurance is paid up. That being said, enjoy!!!
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