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Old 23rd September 2008, 15:25   #16
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Go to orion motors opp to forum you get DSG riding jacktes and gloves there.
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Old 23rd September 2008, 15:27   #17
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Inder - check out this thread . You can pm straight6 and manson to get more info.
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/motorb...ar-thread.html (The Riding Gear thread)
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Old 23rd September 2008, 16:40   #18
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Thanks guys ,

Will check it out ... and update asap
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Old 23rd September 2008, 18:40   #19
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Congratulations on the acquistion.
Would suggest you to download a manual for the bike if you haven't got one from the previous owner. If not a hard copy, a cheap ebay download, or from some honda forum, but you should have one.
Try Motorcycle Parts, Motorcycle Accessories by BikeBandit.com for OEM parts, but do not expect any feedback, or any replies to your queries, they mostly do not reply to anyone.

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Old 23rd September 2008, 21:57   #20
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Congratulations on the acquistion.
Would suggest you to download a manual for the bike if you haven't got one from the previous owner. If not a hard copy, a cheap ebay download, or from some honda forum, but you should have one.
Try Motorcycle Parts, Motorcycle Accessories by BikeBandit.com for OEM parts, but do not expect any feedback, or any replies to your queries, they mostly do not reply to anyone.

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Thanks Mason,

Will PM you, didnt get time as busy at office
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Old 24th September 2008, 01:22   #21
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Inder, are you certain that your bike is a nighthawk 650? I tried google to see how it looks and the only relevant model i copuld find was a 1983 Honda Nighthawk 550, and a 750.

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Inder, are you certain that your bike is a nighthawk 650? I tried google to see how it looks and the only relevant model i copuld find was a 1983 Honda Nighthawk 550, and a 750.

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There indeed is a model called CB Nighthawk 650. Check it out on the David Silver Spares website they carry spares for the 650. American is CB 650SC Nighthawk and the other one is CB 650SCC Nighthawk.
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Old 24th September 2008, 13:12   #23
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As promised .. the machine in flesh
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Quite a neat bike some more pics can elaborate her beauti more. Hows engine condition is it smoking or running fine without smoke.
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Quite a neat bike some more pics can elaborate her beauti more. Hows engine condition is it smoking or running fine without smoke.
No smoke at all.. it's running amazingly. Very well maintained indeed.

MODS: Pls cover the number plate in white if it is against the t-bhp rules.. forgot in the excitment
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good to see. your friend is LUCKY
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Like to see this beauti personelly as the parking lot looks very familier to me is it in EGL?
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Like to see this beauti personelly as the parking lot looks very familier to me is it in EGL?
EGL? Nope, This is Prestige Tech Park, Marathalli Ring Road

We have been going round the parking lot so many times that everyone in the building must've heard the grunt.

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Inder, are you certain that your bike is a nighthawk 650? I tried google to see how it looks and the only relevant model i copuld find was a 1983 Honda Nighthawk 550, and a 750.
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Its basically a 750 that has been either bored down or stroked down to a 650 to fit into a particular tax bracket that was created in the US to discourage imports. Its lasted for a few years in the 80s.
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We have been going round the parking lot so many times that everyone in the building must've heard the grunt.

you bet!! nice clean bike dude..enjoy..
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