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  1. New Member Introduction

    Member Introductions
    Folks, I guess I was supposed to introduce myself before submitting a first post...oops! Apologies! Anyway, Greg here. I'm a little NE of Sacramento, California. I've been mostly focused on building cars / trucks (51 Chevy 3100 p/u, 63 Chevy C10 p/u, 54 GMC 100 p/u, 64 Triumph TR-4) but was...
  2. Howdy from Austin, Texas

    Member Introductions
    Howdy. I'm from Austin, Texas... new to this forum, new to motorcycles, and new to restoring two oldies. I just got handed a 1975 CB125s and a 1981 CM200t and I'm thrilled. 25 plus years ago my dad bought these for my mom (and himself) for her 50th birthday (at her request). She thought it...
  3. 1975 CB125 LED Lighting Help

    Electrical Discussion
    Does anyone know of any LED strips for purchase with the taillights, brake lights, and turn signals that'll work with a 6V system? Thanks in advance!
  4. 1974 cb125s idles but dies on acceleration

    Fuel Supply and Carburation
    Hi there, I'm looking for help with my 1974 cb125s. After a lot of fiddling with the air and idle screws the bike starts first kick, and idles well (maybe slightly faster than i'd like? but pretty healthy) but as soon as you give it any revs it dies. Can anyone point me in the right direction...
  5. Tips needed on removing rust from 1982 CB125S frame.

    Project Logs
    Hello everyone, This is my first motorcycle restoration, I recently bought a 1982 Honda CB125s and plan on doing a Cafe Racer build. I just finished taking it down to the frame and noticed minor amounts of surface rust just above where the swing arm connects to the frame itself. It's far too...
  6. 1978 Honda CB125S from NY

    Member Introductions
    Hello from upstate NY! I've been surfing the forums here admiring the larger twins but my bike is a little one cylinder 1978 Honda CB125S. I bought it last year from an older gentleman who runs a small bike shop. Just under 9000 miles on the odometer and she runs pretty well, cruises at 50 mph...
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