Post Pictures of your CT90 / CT110

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

  1. pnw

    pnw Long timer

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    Sold my two CT110s this year, I couldn't ride them because of a bad back that is slow to heal. This '68 CT90 I'm keeping. Even though the frame is the same as the 110s the riding position is different enough (more like a bicycle) that I can ride it withoug excessive pain, easier to stand on the pegs and there is more of a body forward lean so bumps don't jar my spine as much. Had a seized piston when I bought it 4 years ago but otherwise in what I think is excellent shape for a 50 year old bike. Runs strong after replacing the piston and some carb work. I might try riding some of the WABDR with it or a little of the northern portion of the bicycle Great Continental Divide route. Will see.
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  2. WECSOG

    WECSOG Dirt Road Denizen

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    Nice looking 90, pnw!
  3. Brunow - 007

    Brunow - 007 Bantam Fever

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    Living in europe has some disadvantages. There are allmost no CT90's available.
    And if there are available they are crappy ebay over priced junk.

    So when i found a guy who was selling localy (+- 60miles away frome me) a decent with paperwork OK CT90 K1 i took my money and bought it!
    8 years of looking and finaly a decent one!

    Album: https://photos.app.goo.gl/jmjvmdQe9ynLYoin8

    After a good look i'm missing some parts but it has been a good deal. (1200€ - 1392$)
    Missing a air filter & mousse
    Missing a front reflector
    Missing a heat shield
    The front headlight bowl has a crack
    The fuel tank is rusting
    The carb needs a good clean / retune

    Original tyres & cables but they are worn out!

    So i have some work ahead of me. :-)

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  4. Pariahtize

    Pariahtize Miscategorized

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    Just picked this 71 up a few weeks ago. . .and got it running the other day. What a hoot! Had original air filter, and literally everything else. Had to scrap the crumbling filter off (uhg), fully clean the carbie, soak the chain and cables, new fuel lines (they fell apart in my hand, lol). The gas tank had been lined at some point, but that is peeling up, and there is some rust (will have to find a tank I s'pose). . .but, the in-line filters seem to be doing just fine, for now.
    Should be a lot of fun. . . as small as it is, she's comfortable and handles great. Surprisingly good puttering around off road. . . climb about anything, lol.

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  5. ben2go

    ben2go Long timer

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    I think I'm to fat for those small bikes especially off roading. I would still like to have one and maybe after dropping 100lbs I'll actually look for one.
  6. Dixon

    Dixon wannabe mechanic, mad scientist

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    My 1964 ct-200, this was my first motorcycle, I love my little yellow beast. Over the past 25+ years, it's taken me up and down the west, at a max speed of around 45mph.

    I'm tearing her apart so that I can upgrade the electrical system. Drop a 125cc Lifan into it, then a repaint.
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  7. pnw

    pnw Long timer

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    Yellow is the best color

    Here's my new to me '71 with a lifan transplant in progress
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  8. ben2go

    ben2go Long timer

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    Anyone transplanting that 190cc engine that I see pop up from time to time? I think it may be a five-speed to boot with a four valve head.
  9. pnw

    pnw Long timer

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    here is one not completed. It seems like the builder is probably a younger guy, he got some negative curmudgeonly comments about defacing a family heirloom that apparently annoyed him and he hasn't posted on his build recently.

    https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/hondatrailcts/ct190-build-t11953.html
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  10. ben2go

    ben2go Long timer

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    Thanks. I don't like the cut up bikes but it is his bike to do with as he wants. :thumb
  11. Cabrito

    Cabrito On the mend 76% Supporter

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    New addition to my fleet.. Picked it up yesterday.

    1974 CT90 registered and running good. Took it for the obligatory ride around the city for a shake down.

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  12. Undercover Poe

    Undercover Poe Been here awhile

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    It’s all good!
  13. motomoda

    motomoda Long timer

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    Tee-Hee!

    CT110 and Stelvio 1400. Chalk and cheese!

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