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* What do You Think Of HONDA CB 650 F 94cv? Leave Your Comment * Click Here to Subscribe! ==► bit.ly/2rhAHvo =======► * HONDA CB 650 F 94cv NAKED * Track : VIKING VALLEY * Ride 2 * The Honda CB650 was a 627 cc (38.3 cu in) standard motorcycle produced from 1979 to 1985. It featured a four-cylinder SOHC air-cooled wet sump engine, with two valves per cylinder. The CB650 was a development of the CB550, itself derived from the even earlier CB500. The CB650 was the last of Honda’s successful series of air-cooled SOHC fours that began in 1969 with the Honda CB750. Model development For cost-saving purposes, the CB650 was designed to be produced on the same production line as its CB550 predecessor, using the existing tooling. The CB650’s cylinder block was a new design, but it shared the stud holes of the earlier bike, which may explain why the bike could not be a full 650cc machine. Likewise, the frame was almost identical to that of the CB550. Handlebar levers and instruments (speedometer and tachometer) were also carried over from the earlier model. The CB650 produced a claimed 63 hp (47 kW) @ 9,000 rpm.
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