1983 honda nighthawk 650 review
1983-1985 Honda CB650SC Nighthawk Service Manual by Cyclepedia Press LLC (5 star ratings)The Cyclepedia.com 1983-1985 Honda CB550 & CB650SC Nighthawk Online Service Manual features detailed full-color photographs and complete specifications with step-by-step procedures performed and written by a Suzuki dealer trained technician.
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The Honda CB550 & CB650SC Nighthawk online motorcycle manual will show you how to repair and maintain the following Honda CB550 & CB650SC Nighthawk motorcycles:
1983 Honda CB650SC Nighthawk
1983 Honda CB550SC Nighthawk
1984 Honda CB650SC Nighthawk
1985 Honda CB650SC Nighthawk
The Nighthawk s really are nice bikes. Shaft drive, self adjusting valves, maintenance free. Overall, I would say this is great bike to have. It is perfect to learn on and has enough power to hit the highways without any stress. I've laid mine down while learning and was able to easily find simple replacement parts to get her up and running again without any problems. Plus, this is a "sport cruiser", so you get an upright riding position and cruiser appeal with the power-plant and high-revving zip of a sport bike. Review Date: 23rd May,
This Nighthawk was truly a marvel of good looks and efficiency when it appeared in Good lines, good paint, cast alloy wheels, megaphone-styled exhaust and 65 horses out of an all-new cc in-line four. This middling-sized engine sported 16 valves, two overhead camshafts and hydraulic control of valve lash. With six gears connected to a trouble-free shaft drive. It seemed that checking tire pressures, occasionally changing the oil and keeping the bike looking shiny was all the maintenance an owner had to do. So maybe we better start a little earlier.
Log in or Join. Adventure Rider. Become a site supporter for a free shirt and ad free viewing. I crashed and totaled my bike on Halloween night due entirely to my stupidity. I was not hurt; the story will probably be up on Faceplants in the next couple weeks , so now I'm looking for a cheap old reliable bike for transportation.
Once upon a time, a committee at Honda had a pretty intriguing idea. Looking around at gruisers on the one hand and sport bikes on the other, the think-tank members wondered whether they could blend elements of cruiser styling with those trom functional sport bikes., Its seating position is comfortable and upright.