STILL HAS ORIGINAL EXHAUST ON IT, NOT ALL HACKED UP WITH AFTERMARKET CRAP!! Features Shaft drive, 6 speed transmission, oil cooled.. Quick & nimble! Honda CB700SC Nighthawk S Years produced: 1984-1986 Claimed power: 80hp @ 9,500rpm Top speed: 120mph (est.) reserved. It sat for a number of years, so I have gone be through it. When the Honda CB700SC Nighthawk S was introduced in 1984, the words of praise from the motoring press were immediate and, in a surprise twist to the norm, unified. I was going to finish the bike like a 1986 model and had bought the decal set when I got caught up in other bike matters. By 1984 (George Orwell, anyone? The Yamaha XJ650RJ Seca is a sporty rival to Honda's CB700SC. pictures to come soon. 24k miles. Compared to the CB650 Nighthawk (against which it was often compared but shared no parts), the CB700 carried its engine farther forward and lower, giving a lower center of gravity and allowing a longer swing arm, the latter effectively canceling any driveshaft-induced frame jacking as the rider twisted the throttle on and off. The styling has held-up so it still looks good. Everything functions well on the bike and there are no leaks. 13,600 miles. Included but not shown is a complete decal set for a 1986 RWB CB700SC. Other than that, it was oil changes and shaft oil changes only. Maintenance is less involved on the Honda thanks to self-adjusting valves and cam chain, and of course the bike’s shaft drive. This is a 1984 Honda Nighthawk S CB700SC. The good news is there are plenty of survivors out there. Standard Motorcycles, I will start by saying I am not a mechanic or expert on motorcycles so I will describe to the best of my knowledge..... bike shows normal signs of wear of a bike of its age it is shaft driven with a very powerful motor the standard mirrors have been replaced with bar end mirrors and the turn signals have been replaced as well this was a great running bike when put into storage with everything except the speedometer which has been switched to a new model (check pics to see new speedo i added) although as stated this bike has been in storage for the last 5 years.it has not been started or run since so it will be in need of some TLC.Can be a great vintage bike with a little work . I have a 1984 Honda Nighthawk 650 for sale in like-new condition! Functionally, the bike is solid. Kawasaki GPz750- 80hp @ 9,500rpm (claimed)- Air-cooled, four-stroke, I-4, DOHC- Five-speed- Twin disc front, single rear- 521lbs (wet)- 53 MPG (period test)- $700-$2,000. >)Always garaged and never been set. I have owned a 1985 Honda Nighthawk 700S for decades. great starter bike! What a great bike. The decals were put on for fun, they can be removed. 86 CB700, running, needs some work. Along with a rebuilt top end, reworked cylinder head, and new piston rings, every part out of spec has been replaced per Honda shop manual. A FULL 2 YEAR/UNLIMITED MILE NATIONWIDE WARRANTY IS AVAILABLE. The bike was recently acquired by selling dealer, reportedly from its second owner of 10 years. The guy selling it was scared of it. Parts frame, runs. Gets SUPER gas mileage and a wonderful commuter. After years of steady sales increases, the market went into a sudden dive, leaving new motorcycles collecting dust on showroom floors. Wish Honda would have kept after it I would love to see the blood line today as it was with new technology and less Crotch rocketness! Rider concurred, calling the Nighthawk "a joy to jam up a winding ribbon of asphalt. DON'T LET THIS GET AWAY!! There are many changes with parts from at least 10 different (Honda mostly) bikes. I miss it badly. Was not the handling king that my FZR1000 was but not to shabby. Yet here was the 700 Nighthawk, with a decidedly old-school, air-cooled mill, yet incorporating the latest mechanical advances. auction end via Paypal with balance to be paid within 7 days via cash or Paypal. 1984 Honda CB700SC Nighthawk S. 16,148 miles. Find Honda Nighthawks for Sale on Oodle Classifieds. The engine is mostly together but cylinder heads are not connected to engine. Dont want to finish a project? was mint till some bimbo doing her hair had me off.in need of a screen blade just cant get one from anywhere. Ready to ride, recently tuned and changed all fluids. The instrument panel is in great condition and the lens is clear.
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