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Old 21st January 2008, 17:09   #1
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Default honda cbx1000 for india??? advise


i am having a chance on purchasing a honda cbx1000
since i dont live in india anymore i need a bike whenever i come down for my vacations. i was thinking of getting myslef a pristine RD or getting one done but then i saw this bike available so wat do u think

is this bike worth it its a 79 model in decent condition
is it advisiable to buy this bike and ride it in india or rather should i go for the RD350
i am very interested in the ninja250 but since i wont be using the bike for more than a month a year i would like to purchase a older more meaningful machine!!!
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Old 22nd January 2008, 10:30   #2
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Dude the cbx is a classic. I have seen tuned cbxs beat the crap out of a stock busa .

Anyways buy it only if you are sure that it is in pristine condition and you can source parts for it .

Else get the RD
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Old 22nd January 2008, 18:54   #3
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CBX anyday if you get one.BTW where r u getting this CBX as per my knowledge only 3 exists in India that too one is rusting and rest 2 are not for sale.
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