Bing CV carbs! Drilled front disc! Wire wheels! Fork gaiters! Everything is sound! This bike can be a daily rider or a bike that you make your own!
Classic 70's! Bing CV carbs! Drilled front disc! Wire wheels! Fork gaiters! Everything is sound! This bike can be a daily rider or a bike that you make like brand new! Some metal polish and elbow grease and you have a time machine! We ship to most of the US for $450!
The R90/6 reigned as just about the best standard motorcycle you could buy in the mid-1970s, and it was worth every bit of the price thanks in large part to the changes and updates from the previous /5 series. The R90/6 had a higher-capacity alternator, and a frame-mounted, cable-actuated master cylinder pressurized the 260mm front disc brake with single-piston caliper.
The five-speed transmission made a nice match with the new engine. The old /5 series bikes had a speedometer in the headlamp nacelle, but now a full instrument cluster perched over the handlebar, and these gauges incorporated printed circuitry and were tightly encased against moisture. With the advent of the /6 series, the air-cooled, overhead-valve, horizontally opposed twin was upsized to displace 898cc, with bore and stroke of 90.0 x 70.6 mm and a 9.0:1 compression ratio. A pair of 32mm Bing constant-velocity carburetors fed the combustion chambers, and output was 60hp at 6,500 rpm.
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