Information within each model specific manual has been developed by Honda to give owners a basic understanding of the operation of their Honda vehicle. Please contact me at 478-258-1409 ask for Chris. On the standard Nighthawk, however, a high seat lets the pegs fall in a less-compromising position. No miles on them essentially. The tach is inop, but may just need lubed.
It is totally original and unmolested. The bike has a five speed with overdrive transmission and generally averages 55 to 65 miles per gallon, the bike has never had an issue with maintaining freeway speeds and then some with one or two people on it. Featured on this bike are the original tank and side covers with the emblems in very nice condition. For passenger duty as well, the Nighthawk bests any of the three cruiser bikes. The bike has mag wheels and front air forks, double disc front brakes, and rear drum brake are in good working order. Have done compression check, link down check all were good. Category - Engine - Posted Over 1 Month I have a 1982 Honda cb450 nighthawk that I'm looking to sell.
The original Hawk showcased a number of innovations—a stressed-member frame, three-valve cylinder heads, dual chain-driven counterbalancers, composite wheels using tubeless tires. Forged not cast pistons make it as strong as it is powerful. I've kept up on the maintenance every time it need something. Plus, its styling offers a modern take on the timeless roadster design. Failure to Complete Payment: Upon the Buyer's Failure to complete the deposit or make contact within 24 hours of the listing end, the Buyer will forfeit their right to purchase.
In 1982 Honda gave the bike its biggest change, a bore job bumping the engine to present spec, along with stronger rod bolts and crank bearings to cope with the added power and heavier pistons. You may not believe this, but. Give us a call or drop by. I bought this bike for a commuter back and forth to work 30miles one way. In addition to the sales of unique and classic bikes as a licensed dealership, we also provide accessories, consignments, and locator services for two-wheelers of any kind.
With 7 years of experience on eBay, and as a high ranking seller, you will get the quality you want, and the trust you deserve! Simple however, can still mean loaded with features. I hate to see this one go but would rather see someone enjoy it then have it sit in my garage. You can always tuck in tighter when desired. I am flexible on the price and a motivated seller, but please do not try to talk me down on the price over the phone. Bike is straight and true and bone stock.
Three of those machines are long since gone, but the Hawk, with relatively minor updates, runs on far into the 1980s. Cutting-edge Neo-Sports Café styling, an updated chassis, an improved electronics package, and a relaxed, more open riding position. It was designed to be lighter, smaller and simpler. The engine also works extraordinarily well in real-world road-riding conditions, providing plenty of power both around town and out on the highway. Plus, most riders will find it a little more comfortable, too.
Runs and rides just fine. Chain and sprocket are in good shape. Painted motor with high temp. Its single-cylinder engine makes it light and narrow, and the new chassis looks good and is the basis of its sure-footed handling. Bone stock right from the factory. Over bumps, the Nighthawk rider, sitting upright and able to use his legs for support, receives a far less severe jolt through his spine than does the more passively positioned Rebel pilot.
Rear suspension figures are close too, but you'd never guess that from the ride. Bike was in storage for a long time and is ready for a new owner who can dedicate some time to it. It delivers proportional rebound damping with firmer compression damping as the travel increases. Fair weather rider, not ridden in the rain. We ran the fork at atmospheric pressure and the shocks at their softest setting for solo work.