Post Pictures of your CT90 / CT110

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

  1. =retread=

    =retread= more MPG

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    alot of experts here! i've found a 78 ct90 with 622 mi. and claimed excellent condition. no pics and have'nt seen it yet-not real close to me- and their asking 1900.00. would this be a fair price or what would be a good offer.
  2. bobfab

    bobfab Long timer

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    not hating, but i dont think i would buy a CT90/110 for more than $1000 unless it was in museum quality condition.
  3. acejones

    acejones Long timer

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    No way for that price. I wouldn't pay more than $850.
  4. Woodsrat

    Woodsrat Gone ridin'

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    The crazy thing is cherry CT-110's have changed hands for over three grand...:eek1
  5. acejones

    acejones Long timer

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    P.T. Barnum was right.
  6. windburn

    windburn Long timer

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  7. Verbal

    Verbal Knuckle Deep!

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    I am certainly not a restorer but I had so much fun bringing these two back to life. The first engine start after decades of sitting is my favorite part.
    I think Advrider is definitely to blame for my interest in these trail bikes. And Craig's little list is an awful enabler!
  8. windburn

    windburn Long timer

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    I took my CT 90 for a gravel ride along the old railroad track.

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  9. Otto Rax

    Otto Rax Adventurer

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    2 years ago I sold my ct90 and the buyer hadn't even left before I regretted it. In a conversation with someone on Tuesday, it came to light he had a ct110 he needed to sell before he moved. Feels good again. As thankfully he was a mechanic so all the new-old-bike time consumers are already done (inline filters, clean tank n carb, fork seals, electrical etc). She hits 55 awfully quick compared to my lil passports 45 at full twist.

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  10. windburn

    windburn Long timer

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  11. windburn

    windburn Long timer

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    Tuna has called a ride on the Honda CT 90/110 site for a gather next month April 21-25 at Moab Utah. I'm loading Honda Trail 90 and heading to Utah. What's at Moab you may ask? Just the finest off road riding area. The Mecca for Motocycles, ATVs, Urals, Jeeps and Toyota Landcruisers, 4x4 everything. The type of land a Ct 90 is built for. Great open spaces. Some say it is the Cleanest Air, longest views, and uranium mines. I'm headed west to kick up some dust!
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  12. O'Hooligan

    O'Hooligan Ken Dodd's dads dogs dead

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    We took this 110 all around the country with us in the back of our truck/trailer combo and used it to run us to interesting spots. Here we are on the "Going to the Sun Road" in Glacier National Park. I think it was 30 miles to the top and we ran out of gas just short of the parking lot! Luckily I had the reserve flask of gas on the side and we made it back down no problems:rofl
  13. FAW3

    FAW3 Old wanderer

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  14. windburn

    windburn Long timer

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    FAW3,
    Your Mars Orange CT looks great!
    I find that little things really make a difference with my CT, I use a straw to keep my battery topped off with distiller water so it gets a good engine charge. The air in my tires need checked. I need to think about gas before a trip. On my last ride I needed the reserve. My little CT 90 has become my bike of choice for messing about. I've enjoy your posts.
  15. nofate

    nofate what blackflies?

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    I bought a basket case 1969 CT90 in December and spent the winter working on it. It sure was sweet when it first started up. A bit of electrical work left to do, and put on new tires. I hope the snow goes quick so I can ride this thing.

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  16. windburn

    windburn Long timer

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  17. FAW3

    FAW3 Old wanderer

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    I know this is a "photo thread" but having my CT-90 for about 2 years and with the season for most of us just starting:

    I've got a sweet starting & running CT-90 as of about a week ago...prior to that it was getting hard to start and would at times stall out. I did a couple of easy things that seem to have really made a diffrence and just wanted to pass them on. Ice cold starts in 3 kicks honest!

    First - added small inline fuel filters to both fuel lines (main and reserve line) just prior to the petcock. There is room and all you do is cut and insert. This will keep crud out of the carb. About $3.00 ea.

    Second: Cleaned the carb body and interior really well. I ordered and installed a jet kit from DR.ATV and replaced all the springs, jets, needle valve, float valve. About $24. Easy as your just taking out a part, and replacing it, one at a time. Many of the old parts were showing wear...so fiddle as I might, until you have good parts your just wasting time. The Dr. even sells whole carbs at a decent price.

    Third: Got a new battery and a 6vt. maintainer and installed a pigtail plug under the side cover.

    Anyway...I'm kicking myself for waiting so long to redo the carb with new parts.

    Photo: cleaning out the garage...

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  18. WECSOG

    WECSOG Been here awhile

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    No pics as of yet, but I have a '76 frame and just bought a 1981 XR100 today for a parts bike. I plan to follow Hugemoth's example and use the XR forks and front wheel, and probably the swingarm and shocks as well.
    This is certainly not gonna be a "pretty" Trail 90, but hopefully it will be a useful and durable one. My intention is to use a CT90 engine and convert it to ATC90 (no battery) electrics. I briefly considered using a Lifan engine, but the low range is kinda important to me. It doesn't have to be fast; I have an XR500R and a YZ490 for that.

    BTW, new member, first post.

    ETA: Well, the swingarm is out. Not gonna work. The forks aren't as simple as I thought they would be either, but I can make that work.
  19. jckid

    jckid Been here awhile

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    Here's a pic of our two CT110's. Mine is a 1984, and the better half's is a 1981.

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    And here's a water crossing pic of each of us:

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  20. Offcenter

    Offcenter On The Road Again!

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    Here's my almost all original orange '77 alongside of a friend's recently restored '71 painted a deep metalic green.
    A customer of mine GAVE me the '77. It had been sitting in his garage for years, clean and covered with a blanket. All I had to do was clean out the fuel tank and put in a new battery. He put 5,000 miles on it in 35 years. I put another 3,000 miles on it in two years! :evil
    Had it out for a 55 mile ride this past weekend. :clap
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