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Honda CD 125

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The CD 175 was a 174- Cubic centimetre introduced in USA . Canada . UK . Africa . . Australia . Pakistan and New Zealand in It was the touring model in Honda’s 175 cc lineup that also the sportier CB 175 and the off road CL 175 version. The CD 175 many components and design in common with the contemporary CD 125 and SS 125 from Honda including t-bone frame, swingarm, seat, and electrics among things.

At the time this motorcycle some very progressive and standard design elements electric start (except in winkers, mirrors, and ease of It was also noted for its well and very quiet exhaust The sloper engine used on models was an evolutionary version of the Honda CB 160 power plant and many of the same components most of the castings and internal

Main features of the CD 175 included a 360 Crankshaft . Wasted spark single Carburetor to cut down a Parallel twin high Engine . 16 wheels and a Speedometer Calibrated to 100 mph (160 km/h). connecting rod Big end had Needle roller to ensure a smooth ride at revs. There were variations of this bike K0, K3, T, T4 etc)from 1967 to 1979.

Maximum theoretical top speed was mph/125 km/h (based on final drive in top gear at rpm).

This bike a relatively quicker ride to a cheaper cost (50 miles per ) but suffered from weak (being only cable single-leading-shoe Drum brakes ). the 6 volt electric system the lights quite inadequate at any over 30 mph on a dark night. In this model was replaced by CD185.


Years of Production – 1979

1967 models code 237) began at number CD175-1000001. Also as the CA175, CD175A, or CD175 K0 over 17000 of these were built and distributed although only to commonwealth Styling and appearance on these CD models was similar to the larger Black Bomber, especially the version which received a set of handlebars (as well as no electric and different winker positions).

1968 models (also code 237) began at number CD175-10017136 and incorporated that allowed for export to the These changes included a fuel tank with less pointy chrome and knee pads, larger bulbous battery and tool upgraded lighting and signals/switches, and a welded-tube/stamped frame. The engine unchanged from 1967.

K3 models (product code introduced the vertical engine and frame and some smaller work changes that until the end of production in 1979.

174 cc


1967 to 1968: 4 … 360 parallel twin; air cooled; Overhead cam (chain driven); inclined 30 degrees forward vertical (sloper engine); compression ratio; max 17 bhp @ 10,500

1969 to 1979: 4 … 360 parallel twin; air cooled; overhead cam (chain driven); cylinders (vertical engine); compression ratio; max 15 bhp @ 10,000 rpm

system: Single 22 mm Carburetor . slide type (Keihin PW-22)

Gearbox: 4 speed, wet (1st-2.769; 2nd-1.778; 3rd-1.318; Gear-driven primary drive chain-driven final drive

Electrics: 6 volt (battery

Valves: 2 Valves / Cylinder

Exhaust: 2 into 2 with type silencers.

Top Speed mph (125 km/h)

Honda CD 125
Honda CD 125
Honda CD 125


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