Honda Cm400t 82 Manual
Make Model Honda CM 400T Year 1979 Engine Four stroke, parallel twin, OHC, 3 valve per cylinder Capacity 395 cc / 24.1 cu-in Bore x Stroke 70.5 x 50.6 mm Cooling System Air cooled Compression Ratio 9.3:1 Induction 2x 32mm Keihin carburetors Ignition Capacitor discharge electronic ignition Starting Max Power Max Torque Transmission 5 Speed Final Drive Chain Front Suspension Telehydraulic forks Rear Suspension Swingarm fork with adjustable telehydraulic shocks. 1956 Evinrude 10 Hp Outboard Repair Manual on this page. Front Brakes Single disc Rear Brakes Drum Front Tyre 3.50-18 Rear Tyre 4.60-16 Dry Weight 173 kg / 338 lbs Fuel Capacity 9.5 Litres / 2.5 US gal The Honda CM series was a street bike precursor to the Honda Rebel series of motorcycles produced from 1979-1981. These bikes had a 395cc parallel twin engine that was air-cooled.
Features included electric start and electronic ignition. The Honda CM series all generally resembled the older-style flat-seat bikes from the 60s and 70s, with the exception of a slightly raised passenger area seat and small plastic fairings for the battery and electrical. These are 'standard' style motorcycles but do have some elements of the cruiser (stepped seat, increased fork angle, extra chrome). The CM400 series includes only a speedometer and three indicator lights (neutral, oil pressure, high beam) with a tachometer for the C and T models. The E (economy) model had wire wheels and drum brakes, while the others had 'Comstar' alloy wheels and a front disk/rear drum braking setup. While not particularly powerful, the CM400's handling makes it one of the great starter bikes. Many engine components are common with the Honda CB400T models from the same year.
Honda CM 400T: Make Model: Honda CM. The Honda CM series was a street bike precursor to the Honda Rebel series. And a five-speed manual or two-speed automatic. Honda CM400T Pdf User Manuals. View online or download Honda CM400T Shop Manual. Honda spare parts for CM400 Motorcycles. Swift delivery Biggest collection of Honda. CM400T 1979 (Z) USA Honda. CM400T 1980 (A) USA Honda. CM400T 1981 (B) USA.
The parallel twin engine has three valves per cylinder (two intake, one exhaust) and a five-speed manual or two-speed automatic transmission. 919 Service Manual here. In 1982, the CM engine was bored out to a 447 cc engine with six gears, and the series was renamed CM450.