Preparing my daily ridden 1982 Honda C70 for our biggest adventure yet

Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by slowlane, Nov 11, 2012.

  1. climbamt

    climbamt Been here awhile

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    :clap Any updates?:ear
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  2. vt1099ace

    vt1099ace Been here awhile

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  3. climbamt

    climbamt Been here awhile

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    Thanks!
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  4. Rhompin45

    Rhompin45 Rhompin45

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    Is hondavstheworld the same person that started this? I have been reading that thread for some time now and even have his updates on Facebook.
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  5. vt1099ace

    vt1099ace Been here awhile

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    I don't know, but he has inspired me...and those two kiwis that rode vespa/stella/chetak type scooters the same way...but one hurt his back in honduras and they had to give up.
    They're called step thu pan am and moved their blog to FB.

    The cub guy Sean, posted his vids to youtube and I've been watching them.
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  6. YamaGeek

    YamaGeek Ancient trailbike padwan

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    Actually it was Honda C-100's their 50 cc pushrod, OHV bikes that became the conversion 'trail' bikes and they were 'converted' by adding a bigger 'trail' rear sproket, knobbies and rear rack. Sometimes they'd remove the front fender. The first production CT's were the venerable CT200, the pushrod Honda 90 trail using the CA200 street 90 SuperCub frame and engine. The Honda C100 50's became the C100-T and 105-T's. "T" meaning trail conversions done at the dealership. But they weren't CT's
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