Published 04/05/2014 12:32:16 from Argentina, 12691 visits.
I sell my bike Honda CB 900 F Boldor in the year 80. Very nice bike. Cano. Healthy, very original and working perfectly. The engine works perfectly. Freshly made, distribution cover reviewed, regulated valves, new metals, all made in Japan and reinforced grinding machine. New carburetors (new seals, diaphragms, pique and deep cleaning pump) and regulated with vacuum gauge. New starter Bendix. New filters (air, oil and naphtha). Cables, pacifiers and new Japan ngk spark plugs. Escape 4-1 with multiple enameled. Good of brakes. They are absolutely all components (lights, instruments, commands, etc.). Battery new yuasa (of measurement established in the manual). Good rubber. Holder and the day. Based in Capital Federal. Your question does not bother. I listen to reasonable proposals. The bike comes with a scale replica as souvenirs and workshop in English manual. Historical review: the design of the CB900F was addressed to European markets, instead of the usual approach in the United States, and it has not imported to the United States. until 1981. In Europe, is known as the Bol d'Or, when you participate in "Bol d'Or endurance race". Honda advertising at the time proclaimed to the motorcycle as "a thundering sport super motorbike with a devastating performance and unwavering resistance that will set the pace for the years to come". Design: the CB900F using a 901 cc dohc four-cylinder, essentially the same as in the Honda CB900C, it shares many components with the Honda CB750 engine differs mainly in a square of 62 mm x 62 mm bore x stroke. The 901 engine cc is also closely related to the engines used in the short-lived CB1000C and the CB1100F/CB1100R. It was similar to the exotic CBX1000 line-6 that has a chain of cam's two stages, where a long chain drive camshaft for admission, and from there a second shorter chain leads exhaust camshaft. The CB900F was a motorcycle's performance that was built on the success of the CB750F dohc. The CB900F produced 95 HP (71 kw) at 9000 rpm and uses a five speed transmission and a chain. Although closely related, the cb900c produced in the same period uses a five-speed transmission with differential two-speed and shaft drive components. reinforced frame, along with the improved suspension design made of the cb900f possibly "the best honda high cylinder capacity built for the street", perhaps a first slings ready to challenge European motorcycles not only in the power of the engine, but the management. It uses two front disc brakes and one back. fork air-assisted has been updated with the honda trac (torque reactive compensation of sinking) system anti-SAG. motorcycle uses the same body (tank, side covers, tail) as the previous sport super cb750f and there are slight differences between the cb900f chassis and used in the cb1100f and cbx. performance: in most tests (test drive) of the magazines of the time, the cb900f was 12 seconds in the quarter mile. the cb900f competed with other motorbikes of high performance of the time such as the kawasaki kz1000, suzuki gs1000, and yamaha xs1100. engine is set to produce range energy environment instead of maximize peak horsepower at higher engine speed, thus giving a good acceleration from 4,000 rpm up to 9500 rpm red line. While the cb900f arrived years late to the market against these Japanese competitors, and only could simply keep abreast with their performance. In short, the cb900f was called, "the latest statement of greatness of the old technology of cooling air that honda had worked so hard to create it", before moving on to water-cooled fours in line with the 1987 cbr1000f.
Price: 84000 Pesos Argentinos (USD 5350,32 | Euros 4800)