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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by 309, Jul 21, 2005.
The FZ1 is still available cause the CB1000 just got purchased this morning
1969 CT90 Trailbike - $1200 (Los Lunas)
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<HR></SECTION><SECTION id=userbody>1969 CT90 trailbike. All original brand new tires. 2,000 original miles. Asking $1200.00 obo call (505)45nine-thirty nine43.
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I believe 'Sir Eaton Hog' looked at this bike about 10 pages ago and didnt have the nicest things to say about it, primarily how it didnt warrant the price tag. Not trying to hurt feelings but i believe the posting oversells it!
over $1000 for a Trail 90!? whoa!
I've been tracking prices on these bikes since last year and they seem to range from 5000.00 to 1500.00. There is an active market for them.
As usual, there are overpriced turds out there but also gems that have been taking up space in the back of someone's garage.
The RD400 I looked at a few months back was not this one, it was a complete POS and not worth anywhere near the money that was being asked.
This one, however is probably the one to buy. I know the bloke (Jim) who owns it, he is a perfectionist and pretty most everything on it will have been gone through and made right.
The one thing I don't get about the Daytona models is that they still have points ignition - in 1977, the RD400E and then the 400F has electronic ignition and better porting which made them a much better bike to ride.
If you bought this RD400 Daytona and looked after it, it is ulikely you would ever lose money on it and turn some heads at the same time.
Cool & good to hear! i recall you posting something a couple weeks/months ago about seeing one, perhaps the same color. Maybe i am way off! No worries either way; i retract my previous statements!
Reminds me... the new CB1100 is finally coming to the US...
<a href="http://powersports.honda.com/2013/cb1100.aspx?CID=LG_Motorcycle_Street+Reprise+Google+LG_CB1100+Honda$CB1100" target="_new">2013 CB1100 Overview</a>
Neat bike- just wish they had set it up like the Nighthawks with hydraulic lifters and a shaft drive -
I agree the hydraulic lifter would have been cool! The shaft would be OK but not a deal killer.
So, is this going to be the "BIGGER" one?? Hate to say it but I like the looks of it....
It probably should also have a 6th gear.
I thought Harley was the only company with crapy enough technology to still do dual shocks. Good looking bike though
here's what Honda says:
Twin-Shock Rear Suspension
Easy to adjust and equipped. Featuring preload adjustability, the CB1100's rear suspension proves that the traditional design, done right, can still provide excellent handling characteristics.
Worked fine on ZRX's and other retro bikes.
Not a single negative to quality dual shocks. And quite a few positives.
Especially if they are Ohlins invented/developed/copied speed sensitive damping "deflective shim stacks", rather than fixed orifice, they can work great just like the Ohlins equipped twin shock Husqvarnas of the early to mid 80's
Most street bikes have very little travel/shock stroke so they can be made very easily to work well
Twin shocks are so much easier to remove/service and allow balanced airboxes on some motor architectures
One of you Duc guys should go for this. She sounds um... hot.
Man on Ducati - w4m - 28 (Folsom and Arapahoe)
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Do I really need to say more? That is like my definitiion of hott!!!! Sadly, it was over a month ago as I forgot this forum even exisited. I was stopped at the light to go straight in a gold Ford Escape and you were in the turn lane looking soooo hott. I would definately ride that!
Classic Cushman trailster - $350 (Hermosa Dr. SE/Vail)
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<small>firstname.lastname@example.org</small><sup>[?]</sup> <hr> </section> Classic Cushman trailster (mini bike) early 1960's, chasis original, has none original motor $350 no trades, cash only
Perfect for the person who likes to restore things to original condition, its ready to ride just needs some cosemtic work!
Call Richard (505) 553-9110 - NO EMAILS...Call the number listed ask for Richard if seriously interested.
If seriously interested will only answer people who give us a phone number.
How hard would it be to convert a 950 SM to a 950 SE?
2006 KTM 950Supermoto - $6495 (Englewood)
8000 miles, FMF exhaust, exceptional condition, hard to find and way below book. For more info please call Steele's Cycle at 303-781-5339 or visit our showroom for a test ride!