Sebuah Balok Berukuran Panjang 12 Cm

Sebuah Balok Berukuran Panjang 12 Cm

Specifications of Honda CM 400

by Sean Russell

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Styled to resemble cafe racers of the 1960s, the Honda CM400 motorcycle serial was geared toward beginning riders with a small 395 cc engine and simple design. The CM400 came in “A,” “E,” “T” and “C” models. In production for just three years, information technology was small, calorie-free, classically styled and had manageable ability.


Honda released their first CM400 series motorcycle in 1979 and fabricated it available in automatic or manual. The 1979 CM400T came in just two color schemes: candy presto red and candy holly light-green. Both had orange and red pinstripes. Designed for new riders, the top speed was limited to 100 mph. The CM400 series inspired the Honda Nighthawk, which debuted in 1982.

Engine and Transmission

From 1979 to 1981, the CM400 series used the same power plant. A 395 cc, single overhead cam, three-valve, parallel twin paired to a v-speed gearbox produced 43 horsepower at 8,500 rpm. The air-cooled, wet sump iv-stroke had a compression of 9.3 to 1, a 70.5 mm bore and a 50.6 mm stroke. According to, the nil to 60 fourth dimension for the “T” model was 5.8 seconds. Past no means were these motorcycles fast, which made them suitable as starter bikes.


The original 1979 CM400A was an automated. The automated version had the same mechanical specifications as the others simply the tiptop speed was limited to 80 mph. The CM400E came without a tachometer. The “East” stood for economy. The CM400T was the most powerful. The “T” stood for touring. With a summit speed of 100 mph, it had additional features, which included a tachometer. The CM400C came with the most features including upgraded brakes, black Cornstar wheels and dual carburetors. The “C” stood for custom and was only bachelor in 1981.

Wheels and Brakes

The CM400T and CM400A had a disc restriction to the front end wheel and a mechanical drum brake in the rear while the CM400E had a drum brake in the forepart. The CM400C had dual piston front end calipers for better stopping ability. The front tire had a size of three.l-xviii and the larger rear tire had a size of 4.60-16. Depending on the twelvemonth and model, the CM400 came stock with black 5-star rims or chrome wire-spoke rims.

Features and Specifications

In 1979, the CM400 was considered a touring motorbike, which led to the 2.5-gallon fuel tank. The 395 cc engine was fuel-efficient. Dual exhaust added to aesthetics and increased the flow of engine waste. The flat seat, plastic fairings, single headlight and mechanical components added up to a adjourn weight of 406 pounds.

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