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Widely recognized as one of the most important motorcycles ever launched by Honda, the Honda CB450  is celebrated as the company’s first “big twin” and as the first volume production double-overhead cam. Lauded and hyped by motorcycle and car magazines as one of the most remarkable machines ever, it was in fact a slow seller, never quite lighting the market on fire as Honda might have hoped.  Honda’s range manufactured from 1965 to 1974 and powered by a 444cc DOHC straight-twin engine that developed 45 hp.

In 1971, the Japanese motorcycle manufacturer released the Honda CB450 Super Sport, also known as the K7, a motorcycle that didn’t feature any changes whatsoever and was still powered by the DOHC 444cc engine.

The CB450 featured a redesigned fuel tank, rubber-gaitered front fork instead of the sliding metal shrouds previously used, a five-speed manual transmission, and twin speedometer and rev-counter instruments mounted above the headlight.


The CB450 Super Sport packed several standard fittings, such as wire-spoked wheels, a one-piece dual seat, a round headlight with a chromed ring, a wide handlebar, an analog instrument cluster, a chromed dual exhaust system with mufflers mounted on each side, and a blacked-out steel frame.

In the power department, the 1971 Honda CB450 Super Sport had its muscles from a 444cc four-stroke parallel-twin air-cooled engine that delivered an output power of 45 hp with a peak at 9,000 rpm and 38 Nm (28 lb-ft) of torque available at 7,000 rpm.

Type: air-cooled, four-stroke, parallel twin cylinder, DOHC, 2 valves per cylinder
Displacement: 445 cm3
Bore X Stroke: 2.8×2.3 in OR 71 mm
Compression Ratio: 9.0:1
Horsepower: 45/9000 KW(hp)/RPM
Torque: 28/7000 lb-ft/RPM OR 38/7000 Nm/RPM
Fuel System: carburetor
Gearbox: 5-speed, manual
Primary Drive:
Final Drive: chain

This 1971 CB450 was recently rebuilt, Motor has about 3000 miles on it and runs really well, has great Compression with huge torque all the way through the power curve.

Now fitted with Mikuni Carbs and Electronic Ignition, with New Upgraded Coils and upgraded suspension, this power house is a road rocket and loves to be ridden.

Also has a new Clutch fitted  to give you effortless shifting, a joy to own and ride, this machine is local to me and is worth the money as the engine rebuild was almost that, if you are looking for a Cheaper Cafe bike that’s had a ton of cash put into it, then this is the way to go. The exhilaration of speed, the wind in your face, the memories of the rockers back in the day, just being out on this steed, shouts Nostalgia with a capital N.

Title in hand and is in No-Op right now so no back fees for you, take advantage of this great deal, these bikes are super fun and really reliable and will surprise many people on the tarmac when it comes belting by.

If you want to know any more about this great bike for an amazing Price, give James a call on 951-833-7200, so much bike for so little money and you will be super stoked you bought it, a head turner and fun to ride. Clubman handlebars for that Cafe Racers stance, Bar end Mirrors and also it comes with a removable rear cowl for one or two up riding which is painted to match the gas tank. its just up in North Tustin – California, not far from me.


Drop him a Dime, you will be glad you did.







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