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Originally posted by dyerfix@Dec 29 2004, 10:39 PM

saw a FW plate i tink...when pumping at shell in JB few weeks back...looks like spec 3 to me...but bigger version...one exhaust on each side...

the new cb13 would have similar tail light like the ones on spec 3 cb 400. the exhaust is one the right side only. is this the one you saw? wow.. the new cb13 is in town then..

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Originally posted by casio@Dec 29 2004, 09:42 AM

Looking to find more people riding this bike.. Anyone ride this bike at the moment?

 

1. Casio - Upper Thomson

Casio: You live near the upper thomson prata shop area? I was drooling over a CB1300 when I drove pass the neighborhood!

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cb 1300 (old version) is very rare bike. i saw only 3 of them only. a blue FR at Planet Motor on last tuesday. a silver FR at simei and another silver on the road (cant see clearly).

 

the cb1000, i saw many times.. one of them,a black beauty, live behind tampines polyclinic.

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the cb1300 is a rare bike... very hard to find the older version. u can buy the newer version of cb1300 at ard @23k if i heard correctly

1 Oct 04 - 8 Dec 05 ____Phantom 200 FV 6644R -- LAURA

8 Dec 05 - 24 Jan 09 _______ Super 4 Vtec 1 FR 4602X--LANA

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Originally posted by gargantua@May 13 2005, 02:42 PM

Bro,

 

 

I owned to 2 of these in the past. As long as stock and oil changed, nothing can go wrong that is out of the ordinary.

 

Enjoy your ride, but nothing to add.. :-)

Hey!

 

Thanks man! Yup, what a ride!!!!! My wife too is enjoying it. I was formerly riding an X9 and that ride was good too but deep down in my heart, I have always long to have the Night Hawk. Mine by the way is the UK specs model called the "CB SevenFifty" or RC42. Twin disc front and single disc rear. All is needed are rear and side boxes and a windshield and you have a budget tourer. This bike can be ridden forever.

 

Cheers!

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i would say u have a nice bike

 

it is a bulletproof machine

 

i miss this bike, i learn on this nighthawk750

when i taking my class2 license a few years ago.

 

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Yep.... See quite a few Night Hawk around...

One of my riding buddy has one...

 

Certainly more on the Road than the HORNET... :smile:

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Originally posted by gargantua@May 13 2005, 02:42 PM

Bro,

 

 

I owned to 2 of these in the past. As long as stock and oil changed, nothing can go wrong that is out of the ordinary.

 

Enjoy your ride, but nothing to add.. :-)

Bro,

 

Can you share with me what type of engine oil you use to use for this bike? I travel at least 60km a day.

 

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Originally posted by rookie517@May 14 2005, 09:55 PM

i would say u have a nice bike

 

it is a bulletproof machine

 

i miss this bike, i learn on this nighthawk750

when i taking my class2 license a few years ago.

 

:thumb:

Thanks! Yes, it is definitely a bulletproof bike. And moreover it is air cooled, so no worries of the radiator going bust!

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just my 1 cent input

 

i use semi-syn oil for my bike

but i change it every mth

and once, for oil filter, every other mth

 

for my theory, fresh oil is always gd for the engine

and semi syn is cheaper than fully syn oil.

 

just a thought

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