Post Pictures of your CT90 / CT110

Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by error cooled, Jun 18, 2008.

  1. error cooled

    error cooled anything but asphalt

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    The true battle scooter. If Armageddon were approaching this is the bike I would take. Will take you anywhere using 60 octane gas and vegetable oil while returning 100 mpg. I just got my 78 back and cleaned up for some summer fun. I love these bikes.

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  2. Gerg

    Gerg Cupcake

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    My first bike was a 1966 CT90. Leading link front fork and overlay low range sprocket. First year of the overhead cam. I put 10,000 miles in one year on that sucker.

    I want a 110 dual range now :evil Yellow please...
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  3. rideagain

    rideagain n00b

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    Here's a photo of a pair of 1998s that I bought earlier this summer. Both under 80 km and came with a pile of spares. In fact the bikes themselves were the seller's spare bikes, which he had never needed.


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  4. Woodsrat

    Woodsrat Gone ridin'

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    What, was he a survivalist and had put these away so he'd always have something to ride after the nuclear wars???

    Whatever, ya done good. Honda, please bring these back!!!
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  5. hugemoth

    hugemoth Long timer

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    In 1970 I bought a new CT90 then later traded it for a bigger bike. Bought a couple used ones in 87 and have kept them around. Put new Lifan 110 engines on both this spring.

    Here's my daughter riding the nice one a few weeks ago:
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    Here's the CT90 Rat Bike that I use to run around town. Forks, wheel, extra tank are from a XR100.
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    Q
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  6. ernest t bass

    ernest t bass Been here awhile

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    1968 Trail 90 (CT/90)
    Owned for several years, but never bonded with it.

    Too Cantankerous for Girlfriend to learn on.

    Downsides: No Blinkers, Upside-Down Shift Pattern, Hard Seat, Short travel Suspension.

    Upside: sold for $100 more than i paid for it.


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  7. YamaGeek

    YamaGeek Ancient trailbike padwan

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    Too cantankerous for your girlfriend...:huh

    This is the easiest bike for beginners to learn on, stick it in 2nd gear and let them putz up and down the driveway at 12 mph. There's no manual clutch and the twist range on the throttle is much larger than a 1/4 turn throttle grip.
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  8. ernest t bass

    ernest t bass Been here awhile

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    What can i say?

    You get spoiled riding a Honda Elite.

    If we lived on a farm instead of the city, i would not have sold it.
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  9. Jaseun

    Jaseun Been here awhile

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    I've never met your girlfriend or seen a picture of her, but I would ride your CT70 more then I ride her too. :rofl -Jason

    ps, I will have one of these CT's one day. As soon as I get a garage.

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  10. ernest t bass

    ernest t bass Been here awhile

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    Jaseun: Loan me your Pacific Coast for a week or two and I'll leave my girlfriend at your place.
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  11. Jaseun

    Jaseun Been here awhile

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    No problem, I'm hip. Here is a picture of my PC, now quid quo pro, mi hermano. Lets see the girl.

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    and me on a retired postie bike in australia

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  12. mikew66

    mikew66 n00b

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  13. mxd253

    mxd253 Oh Bob Saget!!

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    Here is a pic of my 1970 CT90 K2 and my hot chika wringing the guts out of it. All original and ridden daily!

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  14. Jaseun

    Jaseun Been here awhile

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    The girl or the bike? :rofl seriously, I have a slightly bent sense of humor. -Jason
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  15. Canuman

    Canuman Crusty & Unobliging

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    You are all a bunch of filthy animals . . . I feel so at home.

    "Barn Fresh." Less than 1500 orig. That Earls fork cries out for a chair, somehow, If I can find one that weighs less than a six of lager.

    Dr.

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  16. 2speed

    2speed Puching adventurer

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    Hey Moth, what year XR100 forks are those? They seem a little long, do XR80's work and are the shorter? Seems like a cool mod for a little extra travel...
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  17. hugemoth

    hugemoth Long timer

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    The forks, handlebars, front wheel, and gas tank are from a 1990 Honda XR100R. The are a little long but they work great and the bike handles well. I don't know about the XR80 forks.

    Q


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  18. easyridervn

    easyridervn n00b

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    CT 110cc in Viet Nam

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  19. 2speed

    2speed Puching adventurer

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    Now what's with THOSE forks? Disc brakes!?
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  20. Pockethead

    Pockethead Been here awhile

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    My former 2002 CT110 ex-postie, been replaced by my 125cc minibike now
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