Honda C150 Cub (1966-80)

The Honda C50 Super Cub was a popular motorcycle produced from 1966 to 1980. It had a single-cylinder, 4-stroke, OHC engine with a capacity of 49.5cc and a compression ratio of 8.8:1. The exhaust was one-into-one and the ignition was magneto. It could reach a max power of 3.6 kW at 10000 rpm and had a wet, semi-automatic clutch with a 3-speed transmission and a belt final drive. The frame was made of pressed steel underbone with a leading link front suspension and swing arm rear suspension. The front and rear brakes were expanding drum 110mm brakes and the wheels were steel with laced wire spokes. The dimensions were 1800 mm x 640 mm x 1180 mm with a dry weight of 69 kg and a fuel capacity of 3.0 liters. Overall, the Honda C50 Super Cub was a lightweight and easy-to-ride motorcycle that was popular for its reliability and fuel efficiency.

Technical specifications:

Make Model: Honda C50 Super Cub

Year: 1966 – 80

Engine: Single cylinder, 4-stroke, OHC
Capacity: 49.5 cc / 3.0 cu in
Bore x Stroke: 37 x 41.4 mm
Cooling System: Air cooled
Compression Ratio: 8.8:1
Exhaust: One-into one
Ignition: Magneto
Starting: Electric and kick
Max Power: 3.6 kW / 4.8 hp @ 10000 rpm
Clutch: Wet, semi-automatic
Transmission: 3-Speed
Final Drive: Belt
Frame: Pressed steel underbone
Front Suspension: Leading link
Front Wheel Travel: 56 mm / 2.2 in

Rear Suspension: Swing arm
Rear Wheel Travel: 61 mm / 2.4 in
Front Brakes: Expanding drum, 110 mm
Rear Brakes: Expanding drum, 110 mm
Wheels: Steel, laced wire spokes
Front Wheel: 2.25 x 17 in
Rear Wheel: 2.50 x 17 in
Dimensions: Length: 1800 mm / 70.7 in Width: 640 mm / 25.2 in
Wheelbase: 1180 mm / 46.5 in
Dry Weight: 69 kg / 152 lbs
Fuel Capacity: 3.0 L / 0.79 US gal

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