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1992 Honda Other
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Technical specifications, photos and description:
|Engine Size (cc):||400|
|Warranty:||Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty|
|Sub Model (Optional):||NC30|
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1992 Honda Other for saleCurrent customer rating: (3) based on 20 votes
This is NO RESERVE auction so please only bid if you're ready to purchase. Also for sale locally so may end auction early.
I bought this bike to ride and collect but other priorities have came up so it has to go.
Originally purchased from Deftone cycles, jumped on the deal as it's VERY low mileage example and brought into the USA legally (Gray market bikes are nightmare to register). It was in good shape overall but typical of Japan imports, had some corrosion, rough idle and stalling issue. Brakes were little soft too so rather then ride it as it was, went through the entire bike and spent solid months doing it as many of the parts had to come straight from Japan or the UK.
The bike is XXXX NCXX Type with Type fairings. She only has XXXX KM's on here which is about XXXX Miles. The gauges are in KM's so note from the pics you will see it reads XXXX.
Here's what I've sorted out since I've owner her (I only put on XXX miles since purchased):Subframe had some corrosion, pulled it off, had it sandblasted and put coats of silver paint before reassembling. Did the same with passenger pegs and assemblies.Took off carbs, completely dismantled, cleaned them for the better part of full day, cleaned out any grime, old gas residue etc. Fixed the broken idle screw as well.Installed new Factory quality carb boots as original ones were bit dry and had small vacuum leaks. Replaced most of the carb boot rings too as they were not ideal.Flushed the cooling system twice before pulling apart and opted for brand new oversized, high flow aluminum radiators. Original hoses were ok but seeing that the bike is XX years old, upgraded the hoses to high temp silicon as well. And yes, changed all of them including the one on the top of the motor that's difficult to get to.I went ahead and installed new NGK spark plugs, fresh oil and new oil filter. Also went for very nice quality (and bit pricey) air filter to keep things clean.Took the bike to about XX on the freeway but brakes felt little spongy despite having steel braided lines. flushed the fluid and noticed tiny bit of fluid on caliper so pulled them completely apart, changed all the seals, pulled the pistons and cleaned them up, sanded the calipers bit to clean off the corrosion, put on coat of primer and coats of caliper paint. Put on new brake pads as well.Original chain was bit rusty so replaced the chain with AFAM Grade X, Super Heavy Duty Gold XS-Ring Chain. While was at it, installed new hard anodized rear sprocket, steel front sprocket (both stock gearing) and scrubbed the grime off. The chain guide was bit dry so replaced that too. Tank rubbers were dry and two were missing so ordered all new ones from Japan and now the tank rests perfectly on the frame as it should.I originally planned on keeping the OEM bodywork in storage and riding it with new set of non original bodywork so you'll see in pics that started to install it but then decided wasn't going to keep the bike so rather then continuing to mod them to fit, just packed them back up. It's BRAND new set of rothmans replica bodywork that includes the entire bike (not tank), new fender...literally every piece. The replica bodywork is MUCH better then prior years, very vibrant in color, perfect stickers with nice clear coat over the stickers. They are still pain to fit but did most of it already and bought all the clips, spare signals so you don't need to switch them out and whole slew of extra bolts and screws just in case needed them. Anyway, entire spare bodywork set will be included with bike. The OEM tank colors do not match the Rothmans bodywork so bought spare tank that's also included. As you can see in the pictures, it's in really great shape but has small crease dent in the front. It's in great shape other then that and would be an easy repair if you wanted to get it painted to match the back up bodywork.Many of the bolts have been upgraded and changed out to replace some of the corroded ones. You can see the pinch bolts, caliper bolts, many others in photos. They added up wise too.Bike will also include stock radiators (in fine shape), stock hoses if you want them and lots of spare parts I've gathered up. (extra pegs, an extra seat cover in black incase you don't like red, levers...etc)So...reading the above, you'll note that mechanically the bike is XX! Needs nothing mechanically whatsoever. Electrical is perfect as well, never chopped, cut or molested, all signals and switches work perfect. Not sure how old tires are but they feel soft, stick well and no cracking. Tons of tread left.
Now for the bodywork. The stock bodywork looks fine as is, considering it's XX years old, I'm fine with it and would have no issue rleaving it as is. However, some imperfections exist... few marks here and there, top of tank was re sprayed and needs color sand as it's not as shiny as the spare one and it's missing few broken tabs on the bellypan so it's held together with zipties on the belly. Again, it holds together and stays on bike very well but if you want it perfect, plan on some touch up and tab replacement. To break it down, tail section has NO cracks, no rash...all good. Tank is great but again, resprayed top. Nose is in great shape but has small cracked out section by right mirror (see pic). plastic welded it together so it holds fine now but it's there. Mid fairings are PERFECT. Belly is described above. Mirrors are great, as is taillight etc. Windshield is perfect but aftermarket, I put on new windshield screws and nuts.
OK, now for the title. PLEASE READ CAREFULLY so there's no misunderstanding. It was sold to me with VIN MATCHING Ohio Title. It was brought into the US Legally! BUT....if you are CA resident, it's bit of problem. It went through the Vin check, had the engine number verified too and my friend at DMV swore she could get it through...not true. Apparently XX digit vins just DO NOT get approved anymore. They put through some even stronger guidelines this year and it just doesn't happen anymore, even if you get it approved, Sacramento kicks them back. SOOOOOOO.. If you want to ride it on CA roads, you need to use the back up plan. have clear title, registered through Nov XXXX and ready to go but it cost me XXX so I'll include it with bike for $XXX additional. It includes the plate, title and reg, the new vin plate costs about $XX and KHNEISSER out of Germany makes beautiful OEM Honda ones. If you're buying the bike out of state, I'd just assume keep the paperwork for RCXX (same year) I'm sourcing and the Ohio title should be fine for you. If you want more info, call me to discuss.
Sorry for the long write up but wanted to make sure there are no surprises. will help with transport but you need to set it up. My favorite company is Federal Transport (owned by Allied Van Lines) and they are about XXX-XXX anywhere in USA. Great company! Otherwise, bike is located in North Hollywood at our warehouse for pick up locally. Thank you and good luck!On Oct-XX-XX at XX:XX:XX PDT, seller added the following information:Seems to be some confusion with title, had few questions already. It's XXX% clean Ohio title with an XX digit vin as all these NCXX's have. Anyone that tells you they have way, probably hasn't been to DMV in the last months. can supply the confirmed and signed Vin check form, the motor match form and believe still have the CHP certification around here (required on bikes with no Federal Sticker) but that's it, no california title or reg. What have is "work around solution" that friend with vast selection of import bikes helped me with. He used it to register his Ariel Atom for road use as well although that car (cart) is magnet for attention! Why charge extra for it? Because it's not specific to this bike, cost quite bit and took lot of time. can use it for bike I'm bringing in later if not needed for new buyer of my NCXX. Confusing know....On Oct-XX-XX at XX:XX:XX PDT, seller added the following information:To answer questions about suspension. believe internals are all stock. Seals do not leak nor seep at all and fork legs have zero pits or corrosion. As far as how much weight it can handle...I have no idea. I'm X'X and about XXX pounds, it carries me just fine although I'm bit of an ape on it. I've had XXXX panigale's, Diavel and XX other odd and end bikes over my life...I kid you not, this thing is one of the most fun rides I've ever had! Amazing little motor that is incredibly fast for only XXXCC's, the freeway is breeze on it, really riot to ride!! On Oct-XX-XX at XX:XX:XX PDT, seller added the following information:Thank you for all the questions: Frame, swingarm and subframe are all in great shape, no rash, no damage and no stripped bolts. Clip ons are straight as well. More questions about title. If you're out of state, you should have NO issue registering it with it's current Ohio clear title. If you're in CA and plan to ride it....It's exceptionally difficult to register these bikes here so either find one with CA registration or be open to working outside the box bit. Ideally, it sells out of CA....
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