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1968 Honda Trail 90 - $900

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type: dual-sport
VIN: CT90E141952
condition: good
engine displacement (CC): 90
motor: gas
odometer: 20000
title status: clean
transmission: manual
1968 Honda Trail 90, CT 90 K1 with 4-speed with hi-low transmission.

Wisconsin title in my name that matches the engine serial number.

Have you ever started a project and then lost interest/patience? This is what has happened to me with this bike. I bought it not running and in parts.

Here's what's been done to bring it back to life:

1/ Cylinder bored 0.5 mm over, honed, new piston

2/ Crankshaft rebuilt with new connecting rod and bearings

3/ Valves replaced, seats ground to match, new seals

4/ New timing chain

5/ All case bearings replaced

6/ All seals replaced

7/ All control cables replaced

8/ Carburetor rebuilt

9/ Brand new Golden Boy tires

10/ Brand new Honda exhaust

11/ New air filter

It starts and runs and goes through the gears.

What's remaining to do:

1/ I can't get the throttle adjusted to respond correctly - could be cable adjustment, carb air leak

2/ Carb leaking gas from the strainer cover - I replaced the o-ring. I will try to rectify this issue before showing it.

3/ Overall, it is not rideable with the carb issues that still need sorting out.

I'm open to offers, and at this point, I am just trying to recover what I spent acquiring the bike, getting the crank rebuilt, and purchasing the parts.

I have many other parts that can go with the bike, including more carburetor parts, a second crankcase, head, and cylinder that's bored 0.75 mm over and honed with matching aftermarket piston.

Let me know if you have any questions.

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