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should have CS P50?
I wish I would have kept this one :(
"...now, the young beta males like a slave built chinese scooter instead"
they b called "Crotch Rockets" brother ;)
corrected ya atrocious spelling btw (miles to males & scotter to scooter) in that post bud, dat shit drives me crazy ..w00t!!
~former 4 year running Regional HS spelling bee champion ... d'ohhh
750-900???, dats pussified moped shit...lolz
Here ya go...Do I have a deal for you!!! ...of course I do ;)
i'm looking for around a 750-900 right now, never rode bigger than a 750, I started way late, cause mom said :)
yea, unless u selling
yea , i like them too, never bought a harley. These old bikes cheap here, now, the young beta males like a slave built chinese scooter instead
Hey BM, i watch prices around here in Gods country, they arent too rare, prob get 750USD for a running one.
28k miles on body, 2k on engine
The CM200T (also known as the Twinstar) was a twin cylinder motorcycle produced by Honda from 1980 to 1982 as part of its factory "Custom Motorcycle" lineup. The CM200's design was based on the CD200 Benly/Roadmaster, using the same engine, transmission, frame, and brakes.It had a speedometer that read up to 80 mph (130 km/h), with markings indicating the maximum speed for each gear ratio. Another instrument panel had lights for Neutral, Indicators and High Beam, but no tachometer was provided.
Power was around 16 bhp, which gave the CM200T a top speed of around 71 mph (114 km/h), although a popular modification was to change the front gearbox sprocket from 15 to 16 teeth which increased top speed to around 75 mph (121 km/h) given good conditions, and could comfortably cruise at 60 mph (97 km/h)
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