HONDA CB 450 S 1986 – 1990

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Honda CB 600 S

HONDA CB 450 S 1986 – 1990

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HONDA CB 450 S 447 (1986 – 1990)

History

The Honda CB 450 is a 1965 accommodated by the Japanese manufacturer Honda motorcycle on the market. The nickname of the original model was Black Bomber. With the Honda CB 450 penetrated for the first time in the 1960s to the English and German domain of fast sports equipment.

The engine is a high-revving twin-cylinder four-stroke engine, a hitherto unseen in the series production engine

The Honda CB 450 is a 1965 accommodated by the Japanese manufacturer Honda motorcycle on the market. The nickname of the original model was Black Bomber. With the Honda CB 450 penetrated for the first time in the 1960s to the English and German domain of fast sports equipment.

The engine is a high-revving twin-cylinder four-stroke engine, a hitherto unseen in the series production engine design with dual overhead camshafts, valve springs are not designed as helical springs, but as torsion springs. The whole bike is still relatively light and handy, and at the time suspected of being over-bred technology proved to the astonishment of the art as durable.

The machine played with 32 kW (43 hp) and a power density of about 74 kW (100 hp) in the former League of 650cc Triumph, the 750 Norton and 600cc BMW, and this. At a much cheaper price than the coming ‘brands

She had a four-speed gearbox until 1968. Some components still based on the CB 72, the smaller 250 cc predecessor.

In 1968, a heavily facelifted version CB 450 K1 on the market providing you with a five-speed transmission and frame, front fork, tank and the design has been changed. Almost all CB-72 parts were replaced, the type number was 292 and now 293 for the successful in the U.S. Scrambler model.

The original version has now been referred to by insiders as 450 K0 and is now very rare and highly sought after, but partly also difficult to repair because of some special parts with problems.

The K1 K2 to K5 followed the models that were, in some cases technically easily changed part only in design. The K5 model was built on a slight variation to 1975. The CB 450 laid the foundation for Honda’s triumph in the world of big bikes.

This series was a late model Honda CB 500 T with slightly larger displacement, which was sold in the time of great Japanese four-cylinder in the late 1970s with nearly 2,000 DM for a very low price. Today, this model has become a rare classic.

Honda introduced pioneering design features in the standard motorcycle, thus establishing its position as the leading motorcycle manufacturers. The two-cylinder four-stroke engine was cooled airstream. The four-roller-bearing crankshaft with roller bearings connecting rod is also compressed, and has easy to install shields, which are screwed in horizontally split crankcase.

The cylinder bank is cast in aluminum and cast iron cylinder liners. A cylinder extending between the timing chain drives the two above-lying camshaft journal bearings. The valves in the cast cylinder head of the aluminum Brennraumkalotten be opened cam, as the valve springs are torsion springs fitted on the contact arms at the valve stems angreifen.1

Served for two Carburation Keihin CV carburetors with 36 mm aperture.

Between 1985 and 1989, the Honda CB 450 N CB and S 450 were built. They socialize only with engine displacement and number of cylinders at the K models, but are otherwise independent structures, and positioned as an inexpensive beginner motorcycles else in the market of its time.

The designation N stands for Naked version and S for a sport version. The engine is similar in both versions, but not the same, they differ in context and Electrical: The CB 450 N, the fuse is located under the seat on the left side, the tachometer is driven by a shaft. The CB 450 S has the fuses directly to the handlebars, and the signal for the tachometer is transmitted electronically.

The rear is in the sports version slightly wider, the rear light is adapted to the shape of the stern.

Developed and produced in Brazil CB 450 N first came out and shows a classic Honda-face with the then current aluminum wheels. But they did not meet the taste of the buyer and was in Europe after only one year of the CB 450 S replaced, which had a distinctive trellis frame and ComStar wheels. In Brazil, the CB 450 N was further produced under the name CB 450 DX.

The striking differences were the rectangular headlights and disc brake at the rear. The last model change took place in 1993. The successor of the CB 450 N (DX) in 1994 was the CB 500

Honda CB 600 S
Honda CB 600 S

For Germany, Honda developed an insurance affordable 27-PS version. The power reduction, the CB 450 S could werden.2 abolished by the replacement of the camshaft, the metering needle, the carburetor springs and pinion for the CB 450 N, only the camshaft had to be replaced. Honda is this an opinion on registration with the TÜV for download frei.3

The Honda CB 450 S has an empty weight of 184 kgs, making it easy to handle. With the six-speed transmission with the top speed is 27 hp at about 145 km / h in derestricted state at about 175 km / h

Technology: CBS

Naked bikes / rounder: CB 1300 | CB 1100 | CBF 1000F | CBF 1000 | CB 1000R | Hornet 600 | 600 CBF

Athletes: Fireblade | CBR 600

Tourer and Sport Tourer: Gold Wing | VFR 1200 F | Pan European | VFR | Deauville

Enduros: VFR 1200X Cross Tourer | VFR 800X Crossrunner

Cruiser: VT 1300 CX | 750 Shadow | Shadow Spirit | Valkyrie Rune

Trial Cross: Montesa Cota CRF 450 R | CRF 250 R | CRF 100 F | CRF 70 F | CRF 50 F

Light motorcycles: CBF125 | CBR 125 R | CBR 250 R | 125 Varadero | Innova

Scooter: Silverwing 600 | SW-T400 | S-Wing | 300 SH | SH 125 | PCX | PS 125 | Lead 100 | Vision 110 | Zoomer 50

Racing motorcycles: RC213V

Honda CB 600 S
Honda CB 600 S
Honda CB 600 S
Honda CB 600 S


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