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Old 08-16-2013, 06:56 AM   #9406
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Old 08-16-2013, 07:05 AM   #9407
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Gordy, that looks like a C110 Honda 50 (photo is reversed so muffler can't be seen) - the S90 had telescopic forks, your brother's bike has the leading links like my C110 did.

Mine was a 1963 C110 (49cc, 4 spd w/ clutch, 1up-3dn), but looking for information, wiki says it might have been a C200 version of the Sports Cub.

The C110 Sports Cub debuted in October 1960.[11]:188
The C110 was more like a traditional motorcycle that the rider had to straddle, not a step-through.
It had a different frame, with the fuel tank in the on top of the frame and in front of the seat, and the frame's steel tube spine ran horizontally from the head tube to the seat.
It also had a bit more power, increased from 3.4 to 3.7 kW (4.5 to 5 bhp) @ 9,500 rpm.
Sub-variants of the Sports Cub were the C111, absent the pillion seat, and C110D, also called C114, which had a low exhaust pipe.
Early versions of the Sport Cub had a 3 speed gearbox but later this was changed to 4 speed.[11]
The C102 stayed in production for six model years, through 1965, and the C110 Sports Cub through 1966.[11]
In 1963 came an enlarged OHV engine of 86.7 cc (5.29 cu in) and 4.8 kW (6.5 bhp).
It was used first in the C200, which had a frame like the C110, with more upright handlebars
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Old 08-16-2013, 07:52 AM   #9408
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Old 08-16-2013, 08:34 AM   #9409
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Gordy, that looks like a C110 Honda 50 (photo is reversed so muffler can't be seen) - the S90 had telescopic forks, your brother's bike has the leading links like my C110 did.

I seem to remember it being a 90.
Our gang in the hood had a bunch of crazy bikes back then.
He had that, one had Yamaha 80 something , a couple of Bridgestone 90s, a Vespa scooter, a Yamaha 100 twin and then I finally scored a Hodaka Ace 100. That Yamaha twin was the bomb.
We took those things everywhere, camping in the hills, and even drafting semi's at about 10 feet from their trailers going down the highway. It was the only way to get most of them over 70 mph.
One guy finally hit the big time when he bought a Honda 450. Holy crap, that machine was over the top!!
I think that only 4 of the guys are still alive and I'm the only one riding. Kinda weird how life shuffles the deck.
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Old 08-16-2013, 08:37 AM   #9410
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My brother had on too, only a red one. That thing was a blast back then!

That's me on the back.
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How did you get a 60s Honda back in time to 1940
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Old 08-16-2013, 08:42 AM   #9411
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Old 08-16-2013, 10:16 AM   #9412
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1969 honda 90 trail bike - $1000 (littleton)

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I seem to remember it being a 90.
Our gang in the hood had a bunch of crazy bikes back then.
He had that, one had Yamaha 80 something , a couple of Bridgestone 90s, a Vespa scooter, a Yamaha 100 twin and then I finally scored a Hodaka Ace 100. That Yamaha twin was the bomb.
We took those things everywhere, camping in the hills, and even drafting semi's at about 10 feet from their trailers going down the highway. It was the only way to get most of them over 70 mph.
One guy finally hit the big time when he bought a Honda 450. Holy crap, that machine was over the top!!
I think that only 4 of the guys are still alive and I'm the only one riding. Kinda weird how life shuffles the deck.
could have been the C200, that was a 90...but looked like the C110.

I wonder about the guys I grew up riding with too - but the bikes were just about the same mix. One guy had an Ace 90 that was mind bendingly cool since it was made for the dirt. We put knobbies on streetbikes and scramblers and thought we had dirtbikes .
There was a Yamaha 80 single and a couple of the Yamaha twins (they made about four twins between 100cc and 200cc )... after the C110 I bought a Kawasaki 120 C2T Roadrunner from a neighbor. Crazy fun bike, my first with a compression release.
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Old 08-16-2013, 11:36 AM   #9413
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It's interesting that clist is such a villain. I use clist all the time-even have an app for it. It truly does suck. Really.
KSL is really no better than CL...I went to look at this one cause the son claimed it had 8178 miles but it's really 81788 on the odo, the big one doesn't have a tenths spot....but his mom was good people when I showed her those things on the bike...otherwise for $2k, it would be in my shed....



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Old 08-16-2013, 12:56 PM   #9414
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Crazy fun bike, my first with a compression release.
I forgot about putting compression releases on 2Ts. I think the first one I did was a Yamaha 125. Bdddddddddddddduuuuuuuuuuuuu
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Old 08-16-2013, 05:23 PM   #9415
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Any major difference between the 90 and 110?



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could have been the C200, that was a 90...but looked like the C110.

I wonder about the guys I grew up riding with too - but the bikes were just about the same mix. One guy had an Ace 90 that was mind bendingly cool since it was made for the dirt. We put knobbies on streetbikes and scramblers and thought we had dirtbikes .
There was a Yamaha 80 single and a couple of the Yamaha twins (they made about four twins between 100cc and 200cc )... after the C110 I bought a Kawasaki 120 C2T Roadrunner from a neighbor. Crazy fun bike, my first with a compression release.
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Old 08-16-2013, 05:25 PM   #9416
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Depends on the year. Some of the 110's did not have the high/low gear box. Some OLDER CT90's did not either. It is worth having IMHO:

Suspension does not really matter as they ride like bricks anyway, but the front fork tubes are a little more desirable than the rocker style.

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Old 08-16-2013, 05:34 PM   #9417
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Hahahaha.. Marc used desirable and CT90 in the same post.
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Old 08-16-2013, 05:38 PM   #9418
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Hahahaha.. Marc used desirable and CT90 in the same post.
DOH!

I always desire one, but never can seem to hang onto one. I am looking for a good one that is not a high dollar item that some think they are. Maybe make it #10. OK that is just to many CT90's for anyone.

Speaking of C110's, I just have to laugh at myself once again.



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Old 08-16-2013, 05:41 PM   #9419
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If I ever have one in my garage, it will be because I have a garage big enough to house the motor home that it is hanging on the back of.
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Old 08-16-2013, 05:57 PM   #9420
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Gordy, that looks like a C110 Honda 50 (photo is reversed so muffler can't be seen) - the S90 had telescopic forks, your brother's bike has the leading links like my C110 did.

Mine was a 1963 C110 (49cc, 4 spd w/ clutch, 1up-3dn), but looking for information, wiki says it might have been a C200 version of the Sports Cub.

The C110 Sports Cub debuted in October 1960.[11]:188
The C110 was more like a traditional motorcycle that the rider had to straddle, not a step-through.
It had a different frame, with the fuel tank in the on top of the frame and in front of the seat, and the frame's steel tube spine ran horizontally from the head tube to the seat.
It also had a bit more power, increased from 3.4 to 3.7 kW (4.5 to 5 bhp) @ 9,500 rpm.
Sub-variants of the Sports Cub were the C111, absent the pillion seat, and C110D, also called C114, which had a low exhaust pipe.
Early versions of the Sport Cub had a 3 speed gearbox but later this was changed to 4 speed.[11]
The C102 stayed in production for six model years, through 1965, and the C110 Sports Cub through 1966.[11]
In 1963 came an enlarged OHV engine of 86.7 cc (5.29 cu in) and 4.8 kW (6.5 bhp).
It was used first in the C200, which had a frame like the C110, with more upright handlebars
.[11]


that was my first bike 50 ccs, was a yamaha killer of the then popular 65cc!!! no one told me it wasnt a dirt bike.. many stream crossings etc!
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