Honda CBX1000 – 1980 Restored Motorcycle

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Honda CBX1000 – 1980

Year: 1980
Manufacturer: Honda
Model: CBX1000
Colour: Red
Engine Size: 1047
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Electric Start

Restored 1980 Honda CBX1000 Motorcycle.

This mighty six cylinder Honda CBX was restored by its owner in the USA.

The body work was professionally colour matched and repainted.

Reproduction decals were used under clear coat.

All of the brakes were rebuilt along with the master cylinders.

The engine was overhauled with new piston rings.

Viton valve guide seals were used.

All 24 valves were lapped in.

A new o-ring drive chain was fitted.

New front and rear tyres were installed.

Correct OEM mirrors were fitted.

New rear shock absorbers were fitted.

The front forks were rebuilt with new seals.

The carburettors were rebuilt.

A very nice restored Honda CBX 1000Z.

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