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Old 07-27-2017, 11:07 AM
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If you like the sporty, powerful, high revving, Honda S2000, you ought to try their motorcycles. But, S2ki members aren't blindly devoted to team Honda, or just fans of sportbikes, you guys ride everything from dirt to scooters to cruisers.
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Old 07-28-2017, 07:07 AM
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2013 CB1100 and 1988 Hawk GT. I had to rearrange the garage to make way for the S2000. It's now much more difficult to get the bikes in and out (although totally worth it). I'm going to be selling the Hawk so that will free up some space.

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^^^Honda is making their air cooled CB again? Wow that's a throw back. I guess retro is in right now.
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^^^Honda is making their air cooled CB again? Wow that's a throw back. I guess retro is in right now.
Yeah, it's an awesome bike for my needs. I've been really happy with it.
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Yeah, it's an awesome bike for my needs. I've been really happy with it.
I bet, something a little different then the cookie cutter CBR. Those air cooled inline 4's sound wicked, especially with pipes.
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I bet, something a little different then the cookie cutter CBR. Those air cooled inline 4's sound wicked, especially with pipes.
Well, I suppose nothing is quite like it used to be. They come with a pretty large sized cat now. I upgraded my exhaust with a Staintune slip-on and absolutely love the tone — it's perfect for me.

But a lot of guys would like to hear it a bit more uncorked, that requires a full system (and more money).
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Only just joined the forum and posted a welcome post.
But here is my Honda CX500 that I built with a friend over the last few years.


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WOW that looks nothing like the original, though still kept with the shaft drive. Very cool/unique custom Cafe'!
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Hello ...Since I was a kid, I've always been a big fan of Honda motorcycles. Over the past 20 years I've owned too many to list. Here are a few pictures of my restored and personalized 1987 Honda Super Magna that I still currently have. It was a salvage bike that I purchased for $300 back in 2003. Spent about 4 years getting it to where it is now. However, since I bought a S2000 last year, it doesn't see much daylight now.
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WOW that looks nothing like the original, though still kept with the shaft drive. Very cool/unique custom Cafe'!
Man! That is a really neat bike!

Might like this vid

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