Honda CB125 Twin T2 DIY Reviews!

13 Jun 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Honda CB125 Twin T2 DIY Reviews!
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Phil Holt: Looking to buy one of these. Please get in touch if you have a 1979/1980 CB125T2 is mint condition.п»ї

Chris Johns: Mine is exactly the same only it has spoked wheels and is blue. I suppose that would make it a T1. They are a fantastic ride around town but not quite enough grunt for sustained 100km/h plus.п»ї

Robert Clements: haha change of heart? i just found it on ebay i have a 1978 cb 125t, i have completely rebuilt it and spent about ВЈ900. looks great. yours is a nice one though

Gizzagoable: You have a beautiful machine there! I have a T reg one of these that I stripped down in ’91 and its been living in cardboard boxes ever since. Watching this has given me the itch to rebuild it, probably lost more parts than I care to imagine during house moves. How do you find the front barke.

I tried maybe 3 different calipers on mine but always found the brake feel ‘wooden’ with hardly any braking power. Thanks for sharing ;^)

jannercornwall: Thats original 🙂

Ahni Mazybolton: sweet

1100HondaCB: 17bhp!

Robert Clements: did u tune/ balance the carbs?

John Hooker: Thanks for letting me know. There are at least two bikes in my past that I wished I’d never sold too!

jannercornwall: @bawbagrab yeh i keep doing that, but the last time was the last now i think, it is too good to sell, i,ll never find one like it again, so probs keep now, cheers

luis enriq: this was a crap from honda

gordon price: wow i had one 20 odd years ago when i was 17. Yours looks really nice and the sound of the engine made the happy memories come fooding back. thanks for showing this video.

jannercornwall: Sadly I sold it a while ago, wish I hadn’t now. will never find one like it again.

RoRmachine: Or mid 70’s, but anyway.

jannercornwall: Then that proves that you know freak all about proper bikes, revs to 12000rpm, ohc, 17bhp and reliable as a swiss watch, yeh they were real crap. NOT

Ceri Jones: I had one of these, and I regret selling it, it was a brilliant bike. P.S what is that idiot Luis on about? I think he must have escaped from somewhere with padded walls.

alex dawson: where did you get parts from for yours parts for these are like hens teeth.

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Matt fo: I had the same bike in 1982. Anyone know where TPA291X is now? I remember mine had a clutch problem. It came in with a clunk when pulling away from rest. I do remember slip streaming behind a BMW on the A3 and holding a steady 90mph with a bin liner of camping gear strapped on the back, which subsequently fell off on Mitcham high street.

Happy memories.

Geraint Pierce: and thats why you need to get a good make bike,they last

John Hooker: I wish this bike were for sale, it’s just what I’m looking out for for my nephew and I’m in Cornwall too!

jannercornwall: and your point is. we know its an 81 Einstein

jannercornwall: @bawbagrab yes the carbs are now balanced and running fine

cypmiata: Had one of these when I was 17, loved it, PWW 652W anyone seen it?

Ahni Mazybolton: how much did it cost

RoRmachine: The early 70’s model is a lot better looking model, but it’s just my option.

discoandrede: great bike have the same with 21000 kilometers runs great cool sound – never know why they install the 6 volt electric – it is just lets say not strong enough – okay like your bike

jannercornwall: Dunno mate, not bothered tbh, just another knuckle dragger with the I.Q of a dung beetle and the morals to suit.

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