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2006-05-14 1981 Honda CB900C Cruisers View Listings

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The CB900C is a good bang for buck bike. Hybrid Cruiser/ Street bike. If you can't go $15,000.00 for a new bike, you can spend $1-2 grand and have a very good used one. If you aren't already, you will need to become a bike mechanic, almost all these bikes have been neglected, some sitting for over a decade. Once you get it tweaked in, you got a nice ride and 40 miles a gallon. I've bought two, nuff said.
- barry, louisville, Kentucky

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2002-12-12 1981 Honda CB900C Cruisers View Listings

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I've had my 900 Custom for nearly 16 years, and besides an occasional dead battery I've never had A problem.This is my third Honda,and it's just amazing how it seems to last forever.A couple of years ago I told my dealer I wanted A louder sound,so he set me up with A pipe that produces A truly unique sound. I've been think'in about A VTX 1800 and maybe keeping both.
- Charlie Taibi, Kansas City, Missouri

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2001-08-27 1981 Honda CB900C Cruisers View Listings

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I Bought my 900 Custom a couple of years ago and it had approx. 25K on it.It still runs very well and I have a windshield, engine bar, 4 into 1 exhaust, leather saddle bags, sissy bar and regular shocks(someone replaced the air shocks before I got it).I like the bike because I weigh about 275 lbs. and it seems to perform well except for the suspension .I probably should see about returning the air shocks to the bike. Back in 1988 I had a 1982 900 Custom but I sold it to buy a condo when I got married. I wish now I would have kept that bike as it was mint condition. Over all I like this heavy cruiser.
- Mike L, Connecticut

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2001-06-27 1980 Honda CB900C Cruisers View Listings

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I have owned a 700 Magna, Shadow, Maxim, Virago, 850 Yam Spec, and others too!! Until I got married!! Went 8 years without, then bought this 900, last year. I only wish that it was new, instead of 21 yrs old!! But it does have low miles, and is in reasonable shape. The performance is great, pulls good from 2ooo rpm in every gear, all 10 of them!! Back in the 80's I thought it was nice, but did not buy one. Back then I thought 10 gears why?? Now that I have one, I love the dual range!! It will lug, and it will scream! Cruises nicely up to 75, but lacks stability, and handling after that. Honda made a mistake with the hi- low range shift pedal. If you ride one, be sure to tuck in your shoe laces!! They will hang up on the lever, and is hazardous when you stop! Overall a good, but heavy bike.
- Mr. Bill, Portland, Oregon

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2001-02-08 1980 Honda CB900C Cruisers View Listings

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This is to the other owners who wrote reviews on this bike.I'm glad I'm not the only one who still rides a 900 custom. Got mine in 85'practically new barely any miles on it. Been riding it ever since. My buddies ride yep, you guessed it. Harlies, but you know what, my bike runs year after year and doesn't cost big $$$$. Well this is to you other riders of forgotten classics thanks for sharing it's nice to know you guys are out there.
- Anonymous, USA

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2000-11-27 1980 Honda CB900C Cruisers View Listings

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I've had my 900 for 5 years now. It is completely stock, but I will be going to four-into-two exhaust. It had 12,000 miles on it when I bought it. Now it has 48,000. Has never been in the shop, just add gas and change the oil. Dual range tranny still works great. Ride it year round here in Ga. Very comfortably on long hauls.
- Jim Oravetz, USA

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2000-04-04 1980 Honda CB900C Cruisers View Listings

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Sure, compared to today's bikes, the styling is old school, but how many of today's cruisers put out 80 horsepower? I bought mine two years ago for $900, and have added a Mac 4-1 exhaust, K&N filter, Accel coils and plug wires, plus assorted dress up goodies. The bike rips, but the duel range tranny is locked in one range, low I think. Yeah, I've got a 00Shadow Sabre, but when I want to go fast, I take the CB!
- Wolverine, Amarillo, Texas

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