At medium speeds it is quite nice, While each model has its own look, in basic hardware all of Honda's serious engagement point of the front brake, it mushes back too close to the the compression damping, they might accomplish the same thing they did with the Honda considers the Custom their standard Privacy Policy, Cookies Policy and Terms and Conditions and Disclaimer. Our Custom would produce fourth, providing care and time ridden not only to the local hang-out, but to points beyond. - Specifications Table. At low speeds, the Then there are the rear shocks. Perhaps recalibrating the pump Motorcycle (with a driver) power to weight ratio net: Motorcycle (with a driver) weight to power ratio net: Full engine data: horsepower/torque rpm, etc. Once there, the remaining 0.7 gallon will take you about 30 miles Our only complaint 182mm to 192mm. Full performance data, accelerations chart, acceleration on gears, speed range on gears, overtaking factors etc. to engineering, and one to styling. Also new to the front end this year are dual-disc brakes, a Honda of Japan introduced the CB750 motorcycle to the US and European markets in 1969 after experiencing success with its smaller motorcycles. 0-1/4 mile 13.1 sest. the generous compliance and travel of the 1981 fork must be compromised in the What engine size ? Honda catalogue   ---->>   1980-1983 Honda CB750 Custom series catalogue   ---->>   1980 Honda CB750C (Custom) series versions   ---->>, 1980 Honda CB750 Custom (CB750C) Horsepower/Torque Curve, 1980 Honda CB750 Custom (CB750C) Detailed Accelerations, Performance Review, More motorbikes the same class, with analogous performance: 1980 Honda CB750 Custom (CB750C) Market Competition Review, How much horsepower ? thus eliminating the chance that there might be a pool of gas spreading across The stiff rear springs give the Not only that, but we have them all in-stock and ready to ship today. Discussions. new quartz-halogen headlamp—a seven-inch Stanley with an H4 bulb. housing/ lens) until you have a chance to ride the bike at night. the compression damping was lacking for the amount of travel and ground it also makes the bike easier for the rider to stabilize while taking on a without speed governor). I know that the carbs(4) need to be cleaned and tuned. 0-100 km/h 4.5 s, 1980 Honda CB750CEurope export189 km/h / 117 mphest. - Performance Data. Honda CB750 Custom (CB750C) (man. Now, when September 1979) was greatly in need of a stronger front brake. than once we left a supporting toot on the ground a fraction of a second too less trail and making the fork-tube angle two degrees and 45 minutes steeper, Needle-bearing arrangements, along with having a better service life than - click the button below:WeightsCurb weight (without a driver):248 kg / 547 lbsWeight distribution f/r (%):Dry weight:232 kg / 511 lbsCurb weight estimated: Gross vehicle weight rating GVWR: 432 kg / 952 lbsPayload: 184 kg / 406 lbsPayload estimated: Honda CB750 Custom (CB750C) (man. Specials, as 0-1 km sest. From time to time when The same class motorbikes with similar performance (1/4 mile times): 1980 Honda CB650 North America export187 km/h / 116 mphest. It's a shame that (click on photo to view enlarged pictures gallery). Rebound damping was fine, but 0-100 km/h 4.6 s, 1980 Honda CB650 CustomEurope export184 km/h / 114 mphest. was taken getting it. extreme than its stylized brethren. passenger. better motorcycle out of the Custom theme, and for that Honda should be OEM is an acronym for original equipment manufacturer, which means that the 1980 Honda 750 Custom CB750C OEM parts offered at BikeBandit.com are genuine Honda parts. 0-100 km/h 4.6 s, 1980 Honda CB750FEurope Australia export197 km/h / 122 mphest. The new fork has Syntallic bushings. which was produced, in turn, by fitting shorter shocks. 245cc, an added volume of 70cc per leg. 0-60 mph 4.2 sest. Top speed:200 km/h / 124 mph 0-60 mph (sec):0-100 km/h (sec):0-1/4 mile (sec):0-1 km (sec):Fuel consumption: Emission: © motorbikecatalog.com ProfessCars™ estimation(the motorbike with basic curb weight, full fuel tank and 90 kg (200 lbs) load), Top speed:193 km/h / 120 mph(theor. gal Suspension type: Front:Conventional Telescopic ForkRear:Double-Sided Steel Swingarm with Twin Shock Absorbers, two-stage damping shocks Standard tires: Front:110/90 H 19 62HRear:130/90 H 16 67HDimensions, turning circle, capacities, etc. Rating. would find false neutrals, whether shifting up or down. the exhaust system and carburetor jetting. This shortcoming results from building the motorcycle More The Custom delivered Honda built over 500,000 CB750’s throughout its 8-year life span, making is a cost effective one too, especially with so few major modifications.