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This 1980 Honda CBX Super Sport was reportedly purchased new in Pasadena by a motorcycle collector who kept the bike for about 15 years. The second owner, a Glendale-area motorcycle shop owner, kept the bike for another 13 years, and the seller acquired it from him 12 years ago. Power is from a 1,047cc DOHC inline-six paired with a 5-speed transmission, and equipment includes Comstar wheels, Works Performance rear shocks, and a 6-into-2 Kerker exhaust system. A service in June 2018 included fresh fluids, carburetor cleaning, and cable adjustments. Now showing 8,200 miles, this CBX is offered with service records and a clean California title in the seller’s name.
Bodywork is finished in Candy Glory Red with black and gold accents. A square-section swingarm from a CB1100F is fitted, as are a set of Works Performance rear shocks. The seller notes that the front fork seals are aging and describes corrosion on the rear retainer bars along with wear on other components. The Honda badges from the fuel tank are missing in some photos, but have since been re-installed.
The CBX is just 2″ wider than a four-cylinder CB750 thanks to a nested accessory system, which placed the alternator and starter inside the engine block. 18″ Comstar wheels wear Dunlop Arrowmax tires.
Instrumentation includes an 85-mph speedometer, 10k-rpm tachometer, and a voltage gauge. 8,200 miles are shown on the odometer, approximately 1,250 of which were added by the seller over the last dozen years.
The 1,047cc inline-six is equipped with dual overhead camshafts and was factory rated at 105 horsepower and 63 lb-ft of torque. The 5-speed transmission sends power to the rear wheel via chain drive, and a Kerker 6-into-2 exhaust system has been fitted. Service records are available from the seller, and in June 2018 the bike received fresh fluids, carburetor cleaning, cable adjustment, and a general tune-up.
A factory tool kit is included, as is a dealer brochure for the model.
A start-up video is viewable above, and a video of the engine revving is attached below.