Honda CB360

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Honda CB360, CB360T
1976 CB360
Manufacturer Honda
Predecessor CB350 (1968–1973)
Successor CB400N (1978–1983)
Engine 356 cc (21.7 cu in) OHC air-cooled 2 valves/cyl 180° parallel twin,
Bore / stroke 67 mm × 50.6 mm (2.64 in × 1.99 in)
Compression ratio 9.3:1
Power 34.00 hp (25.35 kW) @ 9000 RPM
Transmission 6-speed
Frame type Semi-double cradle
Suspension Front: telescoping fork
Rear: swingarm
Brakes Front: drum (base model)
Front: disc (T model)
Rear: drum
Tires 3.00 in × 18 in (76 mm × 457 mm) (front) 3.50 in × 18 in (89 mm × 457 mm) (rear)
Rake, trail ?°/92 mm (3.6 in)
Wheelbase 53 in (1,300 mm)
Dimensions L: 80.3 in (2,040 mm)
W: 30.5 in (770 mm)
H: 42.1 in (1,070 mm)
Seat height 810 mm (32 in)
Weight 357 lb (162 kg) (dry)
392.4 lb (178.0 kg) (wet)
Fuel capacity 2.9 US gal (11 l; 2.4 imp gal)
Oil capacity 0.7 US gal (2.6 l; 0.58 imp gal)

The Honda CB360 is a twin cylinder four-stroke motorcycle produced by Honda from 1974 to 1976. It succeeded the Honda CB350 and provided an alternative to the four cylinder CB350F and CB400F. The CB360 was a new design. The 356 cc engine was tuned for broad range torque, and drove the rear wheel through a six-speed gearbox. The base CB360 model was equipped with front and rear drum brakes, while the CB360t version had a front hydraulic disc brake.

1974 CB360

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  • [1] Manufacturer specifications