ST 90'S

Discussion in 'CT90, CT110, ST70, ST90 Discussion' started by farm dog, May 5, 2019.

  1. farm dog

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    HI Don't no much about this model , but I have a chance to buy 5 . The 1 that I can see the best looks to have all the parts , blinker stays fairly clean rims . There is 3 topaz , 1 green & the other is out of site . Seller wants to sell the lot . I have know ? what to offer . Really don't need 5 ,would like 2 at the most . part out the others ? I on the left coast .
     
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    Bikes tend to bring less when sold as a mishmash lot such as this. I envision one kindasorta-complete-ish bike, with a few critical parts missing...once you take stock of everything included and keep one of everything, in the hopes of building one complete machine. I'd have to see what-all is included, in detail, to venture so much as an educated, wild-assed, guess as to what might be a viable offer. Too many unknowns here, including: what's present and in what condition, what's missing, how much (and what pieces) you'll want to retain for spares and what the rest is worth, net, if you were to attempt reselling it to offset some of your acquisition costs.
     
  4. Tripod

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    Farmdog, keep me updated. I may be interested in one.
     
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    b52bombardier1 Well-Known Member

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    The toughest parts to replace on an ST90 are:

    1 - functional speedometer cable

    2 - rear turn signal mounts in good condition, not shredded in a laydown.

    I have two of these both purchased non running. Paid $200 for one and $300 for another. Exhaust systems are tough to find that don't have rust holes. The rubber bellows that connect the air cleaner to the carb also difficult to find.

    Other other hand, there's quite a lot of overlap with CT90 engine parts and the CT90 is very well supported in the aftermarket.

    Rick
     
  6. farm dog

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    Thank for the reply , still trying to get pic's .
     
  7. farm dog

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    HERE is the 1 pic I have
     

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  8. Tripod

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    Is the st90 k0 green "mighty green"?
     
  9. farm dog

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    I really don't know , won't be able to see them till the 18th . Mothers day weekend you know . Bad part is 140 miles away @ not till 1pm . I get up at 4 am , Weekends 4:30 (ya I know pretty lazy ) .
     
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    Does the st share the same tank with the ct
     
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    Yes

    A good source to see schematics and part numbers is cmsnl.com

    Put the following in a google search “st90 cmsnl” and you’ll get to the page. Then do CT70 cmsnl and you can compare part numbers
     
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    Got there today, 2 mighty green 2 topaz . Pic's will be later , raining on the way back .
     
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    Here they are . Yes Triple A Rack DSC05341.JPG DSC05342.JPG DSC05343.JPG DSC05344.JPG DSC05345.JPG DSC05346.JPG DSC05347.JPG DSC05348.JPG DSC05349.JPG DSC05340.JPG ere they are .
     
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    That's quite a haul. Good bikes are getting hard to find here in Kalifornia.
     
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    None here. They do show up on Ebay every now and then. Set up a "Followed Search" there and it'll eventually show up.

    Rick
     
  18. farm dog

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    Has anybody bought cables from Flyboy on E pay
     
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    Nice score. The black 77 is a cool find too.
     
  20. farm dog

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    Yes it is, but it's my buddy's . He's the one that turned me on to the ST's . I am looking for a battery box .
     
  21. farm dog

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    HI I'm back . I thought CT'S had a wide span on numbers , 73 2549mi frame# 6075 engine# 8058 11/72 , 73 2856 mi # 8550/# 8594 1/73 ,75 3007mi #1893#1654 8/74 , 75 3137 mi #3721#8667 10/74 .None of these bikes look like the motor has ever been removed . ? Are the seals on the kicker & the shifter same as CT'S & 50's
     

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