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Hello Forum: I'm new to the forum, and so happy to have found it. Might anyone know the explanation behind why Honda made two "baby dreams" in 1966, a CA95 listed as a 150cc bike, and a CA95 listed as a 160cc bike? Apparently, they are identical in all respects, and it's a bit hard to believe that the only difference is 10 cubic centimeters of displacement? Many thanks! Henry Smith, Baltimore, MD
 

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Actually there was only a 7 cc difference, 154 to 161. The 150 was produced from 1959 to 1966, the 160 from 1966 to 1969. 1966 happened to be the year Honda introduced 160 engine in the CL/scrambler.

https://www.motorera.com/honda/#y150

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