For Off-road picked up a 1985 Yamaha 225DR 3- wheeler, bought off of friend who used them for hunting. Nice power out of that 225, It's SHAFT driven and has been rebuilt recetly with new piston, rings, seals, valves, ect, top end was decked and motor is now high compression. Torque little mother. Just mash the gas in 1st and that front end is coming up.
The other 3 wheeler is my buddies who lets me borrow it whenever. It's a 1984 Honda ATC 200m that is still running great with regular fluid changes. Untouched drive train. Freaking thing starts right up evertime.
Use my Old mans truck for 3-wheeler trips cause of the hitch and all. He's always happy to drive my SSEi for a few days
Damn good times taking these 3-wheelers to my lady's familes cabin with 100 acres of wooded trails, north of Grand Rapids, Michigan in White Cloud.
Now back to street machines, Recently picked up my first motorcycle.
1985 Honda Nighthawk 650 aka 85' CB650SC.
DOHC 4-cyclinder 655cc
6-speed Tranny (5 Overdrive)
Dual Front Disc
Adjustable front and rear shocks.
TRAC. (anti nose-dive front fork settings)
Silverstar H4 headlamp
New set Dunlops D303
motor puts out 72HP and runs 12.1's in the quater mile according to 80's Motorcycle magazines and gets 50 MPG. Now thats econmy performance with not every day styling.
This bike was found by my same 3-wheeler friend, tells me that a Lady at work is selling her bike, says the condition is amazing. Checked it out and it's like brand new condition, ZERO rust, perfect chrome and paint, and oh ya runs great. Looks and rides like a new bike, hard to believe its 21 years old.
Check out the great shape this thing is in.
Only had 7,410 miles when I picked it up. I like the totally 80's box gauge cluster.
Had to try out some Zanio polish on this pearl red paint. Zanio, can't say enough good things about this stuff. Mirror like finish in no time.
Hey I can see my Bonneville in there.
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