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  1. twebb10
    1971 Honda CT70H2006 Ducati Multistrada 1000s DS, 1978 Vespa P125X
  2. Itzmemunchie
    ISO 1981 CT70 top bridge
  3. Dakotaborn
    Dakotaborn darrel gunderson
    I have build a few motorcycle motors and some two stroke scooter motors. This is my first small Honda motor build. Like all other builds, my advice is take your time and look for good documentation
    1. darrel gunderson
      darrel gunderson
      I build and have built CT70 and Z50 engines now for about 12 years. I have done about 100 or so including alot of 108 builds.
      Aug 20, 2018
  4. jason Bernardeau
    jason Bernardeau darrel gunderson
    Hi my name Jason, I was wondering if you are rebuilding ct70 motors still. I'm getting ready to do mine, and read some post about some of the motors you have done. I'm looking at 88cc kit. So if you can help please let me know.

    510 673-4059
    1. Drew likes this.
  5. Atvtrailrider
  6. Drew
    1970 CT-70 with Piranha 140 engine with oil cooler and performance exhaust,with mx bars.
  7. ArcticMinibike
    ArcticMinibike kirrbby
    Is it normal for a condenser to have continuity from the outside case to the center pole when installed and the points are closed? Mine is new but maybe I overheated it? With both coils and the points wire installed, I get continuity from the condenser case to the center of it.
    1. kirrbby
      Yes it is. When the points close, it connects the points wire, that goes to the condenser, to ground.
      May 23, 2018
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    2. ArcticMinibike
      Thanks! You've been very helpful through this 2-year project! In a panic for an event this weekend (can’t take chances) I ordered an entire stator rebuild kit. Expensive, and likely unnecessary, but the wiring on my coils and harness pigtail were in very rough shape. Multiple bare wire spots. Likely repairable but for $45, an acceptable piece of mind. Sad thing, I now have a spare condenser, points....and coils. :)
      May 23, 2018
  8. Cleato904
    Cleato904 SketchyBikes
    Good deal, I couldn't find one at the shop.
    1. SketchyBikes likes this.
    2. SketchyBikes
      Thanks for checking! I'm on the hunt for a 1980 main wiring harness also. That seems to be much harder. All the after market ones stop at 1979.
      May 23, 2018
  9. Cleato904
    Cleato904 SketchyBikes
    I'll look at the shop on Monday and let you know if I have them. I'll see what else the slide n needle fits.
    1. SketchyBikes
      Hey I just saw this now. Sorry! I ended picking up a new needle and slide from dratv. Got it the other day. Thanks though!!
      May 22, 2018
  10. Jlloyd
    New to the site, but I've been lurking since I made my childhood dream come true about two weeks ago.
    1. kirrbby likes this.
  11. kirrbby
    kirrbby Corbin Larson
    Welcome Corbin. I sent you a PM. Please start a thread so we can have a place for discussion about your new bikes.
  12. Corbin Larson
    Corbin Larson
    I just got 2 1974honda ct70s and was wondering where or how to check/fill transmition fluid
  13. DasCT70
    I just became the owner of a 1974 CT70, and have begun restoration. I can’t wait to pick everyone’s brain. Pics and updates to follow...
  14. DasCT70
    Thanks for accepting me.
  15. CrawlerD
    CrawlerD Z50nut
    Still have the z50 seat?
    1. Z50nut
      sorry, sold
      Apr 17, 2018
  16. MonkeyBikerCanada
    Rust is the worst enemy of the mini trail ...It will never reach my machines!
  17. spencer2986
    spencer2986 Slyclone
    Hey! Saw you had a 1972 ct70. I have a yellow one like yours. Where you located? I’m also 31, good to see a younger community with showing interest.
  18. dave-396
  19. Tha Jimmer
    Tha Jimmer
    What up Lil Honda!!! I have had this Ct70 for decades. It has gotten beat but now it is time to bring Frankenstein back to life!!!
  20. Donald_50
    Donald_50 scooter
    I am interested in "Picking your brain" regarding rear shocks.
    I have 2 CT-70's, and I live in North San Diego County, CA.!
    (Vista, CA 92084)
    My question, if I find a pair of "Old" used, Ohlins with the "Piggy-Back" reserviors, 14..
    14 and 1/2 inches "Eye to Eye",
    And then have YOU or a bike shop here in North San Diego County, CA rebuild them...

    Thanks for your time...
    Cheers, Donald_50
    Vista, CA 92084
    1. scooter likes this.
    2. Donald_50
      Thanks for your reply...
      Ohlins are the Most popular suspension (Front & Rear), for any and all bikes today!
      Ohlins are made in Sweden, and cost starts around $1200.00 and go up from there.
      I mentioned "Old, Used" because I really don't want to spend 2...5 Thousand on these!
      There are many videos on "YouTube" regarding Ohlins Rear Shocks.
      Feb 27, 2018