Honda CB650 custom

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Honda CB650 Custom
1980 Honda CB650 Custom
Manufacturer Honda
Production 1980–1981
Successor Honda CB650SC
Class standard or street
Engine

627cc SOHC air-cooled straight four (1980–1981)

bore & stroke 59.88 by 55.8 millimetres (2.357 in × 2.197 in)

compression ratio 9:1
Top speed 113 mph (182 km/h)
Power 63 hp (47 kW) @ 9,000 rpm (1980)
Torque 38 lb·ft (52 N·m) @ 8,500 rpm
Transmission 5 speed
Suspension Front: Low-stiction hydraulic fork, 5.6 in. travel
Rear: Two-stage damping shocks
Brakes Front 10.8" disc / Rear 7.1" drum
Tires Front: 3.50S19
Rear: 130/90 16 67S
Rake, trail 4.76 in (121 mm)
Wheelbase 58.3 in (1,480 mm)
Dimensions L: 87.2 in (2,210 mm)
W: 34.3 in (870 mm)
H: 45.5 in (1,160 mm)
Seat height 30.1 in (760 mm)
Weight 443.2 lb (201.0 kg) (dry)
479.44 lb (217.47 kg) (wet)
Fuel capacity 3.6 US gal (14 l; 3.0 imp gal) including 0.9 US gal reserve

The CB650 custom was a motorcycle made by Honda between 1980 and 1981.

The styling features that separated the custom from the standard CB650 are:

  • Highlighted, black Honda ComStar wheels
  • 4-4 exhaust pipes
  • Pull-back "wheelbarrow" handle bars
  • Extended front forks
  • Vibration-resistant mirrors
  • Custom side-emblems
  • Chrome covered rear-shocks