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Under the Hood: 1983 Honda CB550 Nighthawk

Check out my Primary Channel: (http://www.youtube.com/gurilla47) Check out the ASP's Blog: (http://autoshowcaseproject.blogspot.com/) Looking at a 1983 Honda 550CB Nighthawk or CB550 owned by Tim. It just occurred to me that I presented a few incorrect informational errors about the motorcycle. The Annotations will have the correct info. Under the Seat: I4 572CC DOHC Air-Cooled with 4 (27mm ) Keihin CV Carburetors, a 6-Speed Manual Gearbox Trans., and Drive Shaft Information: The 550 Nighthawk was a "One Year Wonder." Low maintenance, but high performance. Stock/OEM Performance: 64 bhp @ 9500 rpm 36.5 lb.-ft. @ 8000 rpm Stock/OEM Timed Performance: 12.64 sec. @ 102.27 mph in the Quarter Mile 0-60mph 4.8 sec. Sources: http://hondanighthawks.net/550.htm Don't forget to leave a Comment and SUBSCRIBE!


 


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