Honda CB250 Super Hawk (1980)

The Honda CB250 Super Hawk was a 1980 motorcycle with an air-cooled, four-stroke, parallel twin-cylinder, overhead cam engine and a 249cc capacity. It had a 62mm bore x 41.4mm stroke, a compression ratio of 9.4:1, and used a 29mm Mikuni carburetor for induction. The Capacitor discharger ignition system produced 27 horsepower at 10,000 rpm and 14.7 foot-pounds of torque at 8,500 rpm. The motorcycle had a six-speed transmission and chain drive. It featured telescopic forks with 115mm wheel travel for the front suspension and dual shocks with adjustable preload and 65mm wheel travel for the rear suspension. The brake system included a single 273mm disc at the front and a 160mm drum at the rear. The Honda CB250 Super Hawk had a dry weight of 166 kg, a fuel capacity of 14 liters, and an average fuel consumption of 20.3 km/lit. It could reach a top speed of 138 km/h and complete the standing 1/4 mile in 17.5 seconds at 119 km/h.

Technical specifications:

Make Model: Honda CB 250 Super Hawk

Year: 1980

Engine: Air cooled, four stroke, parallel twin cylinder, OHC
Capacity: 249
Bore x Stroke: 62 x 41.4 mm
Compression Ratio: 9.4:1
Induction: 29mm Mikuni carb
Ignition / Starting: Capacitor discharger /
Max Power: 27 hp @ 10000 rpm
Max Torque: 14.7 ft-lb @ 8500 rpm
Transmission / Drive: 6 Speed / chain
Front Suspension: Telescopic forks, 115mm wheel travel
Rear Suspension: Dual shock with adjustable preload, 65mm wheel travel
Front Brakes: Single 273mm disc
Rear Brakes: 160 drum
Front Tyre: 3.60-19
Rear Tyre: 4.10-19

Dry Weight: 166 kg
Fuel Capacity: 14 Litres
Consumption average: 20.3 km/lit
Standing 1/4 Mile: 17.5 sec / 119 km/h
Top Speed: 138 km/h

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