Post Pictures of your CT90 / CT110

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

  1. FAW3

    FAW3 Old wanderer

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    Offcenter...great Mars Orange find! I think that is the fastest color...

    Glad to see a classic that was at least stored with some care. So many are just left out in the rain to rot :cry
  2. FatChance

    FatChance Road Captain

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    My '79 CT90 with about 560 original miles:

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  3. nofate

    nofate what blackflies?

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    My '69 CT90 is running now, but I am still tuning it and trying to find a short that makes it stall at low rpm when I apply the brakes. I took it for a ride on the back road to the airport where the CL415 water bomber pilot said I could take a pic of the bike beside the plane.

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  4. klx250sfguy

    klx250sfguy Been here awhile

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    One of my bikes.

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  5. WECSOG

    WECSOG Been here awhile

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    In my opinion, absolutely. I'm always happy to see photos of any of the Cub series.:clap
  6. mischief

    mischief misadventurer

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  7. Offcenter

    Offcenter On The Road Again!

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  8. Offcenter

    Offcenter On The Road Again!

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    Thanks! I'm only the second owner. My customer bought it new to carry on his
    motorhome. When the motorhome trips stopped, the bike didn't get used anymore. Couldn't believe it when I saw it sitting in his garage.
    It hadn't run in more than 15 years when I got it.
    After getting it running again, I rode it back to his house and handed him the helmet and said, "Here. Take
    your bike for a ride." He was thrilled to seeing it running again after all that time and had a grin
    a mile wide as he pulled out of his driveway on it.
  9. mischief

    mischief misadventurer

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    The fender is just off a newer model with telescopic forks. The other thing is a rack I made to mount some front panniers

    IMG_0632 by mischief87105, on Flickr
  10. brad1098

    brad1098 /\ dumb

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    Awesome story
  11. windburn

    windburn Long timer

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  12. windburn

    windburn Long timer

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  13. Lizrdbrth

    Lizrdbrth Wackjob

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    One I swiped from the 'net. Not mine but a more dirtified version of it may be where I'm headed with mine. Would like to see some butt shots of this one if this belongs to an inmate or if anyone knows where I can find them:

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    Humble starting point:

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  14. WECSOG

    WECSOG Been here awhile

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    That black one is a good looking scoot. I like the way the fender is bobbed; I might do mine that way since it has a good sized rust hole behind the license plate mount.
  15. ben2go

    ben2go Moto Flunky

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    Loving these.I had a 50cc monkey bike with the 3 speed auto clutch.I'd like to pick up a CT90/110.What's the seat height on these and can they be lowered a little?I been looking for a ride for my girlfriend.She is 4'11" anyway you measure her and has a 26 inch inseam.We have looked at everything from road legal dirt bikes to scooters.Nothing is short enough that can hole 55mph.Most of our local roads are 45mph to 55mph.
  16. WECSOG

    WECSOG Been here awhile

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    With 13" shocks, my seat is right at 30" high. You could pretty easily drop 4" off that by losing the stock gas tank and replacing it with an XL125 tank or similar on the down tube.
  17. ben2go

    ben2go Moto Flunky

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    Interesting idea.
  18. AC909

    AC909 Great Job!

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    On the way home from snatching up a $70 craigslist CT90. The bike fit perfect in the back of my old Subaru wagon. Project write up soon to come. These bikes are addictive and waaaaay too much fun.
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  19. Dirt Road Cowboy

    Dirt Road Cowboy Sometimes I'm A Jerk

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    Good score!

    Around here, that would have been prices at $850 with no title!

    Too much "rare," "classic," and "vintage" stuff in CL anymore.

    Congrats! :clap
  20. ben2go

    ben2go Moto Flunky

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    I'll be looking for the build thread.