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Today's additions to the library

Today's additions are:

Workshop manual for Honda TRX70 (1986-1987)
Workshop manual for Honda C100T (2001-2008) (Thai)
Workshop manual for Honda ATC70 (1985)
Workshop manual for Honda C100M (2001-2008) (Thai)
Workshop manual for Honda TRX90 (1993-2005)

Workshop manual Honda Z50JZ3 Gorilla and Z50JZ1 Monkey (2007) has been added

This service manual explains the maintenance requirements for the Honda Monkey Z50Jz-I and Honda Gorilla Z50Jz-3. Maintenance details pertaining to the Z50Jz-7 that have been altered from the Z50Jz-3 and can only be found in chapter 16. Any maintenance details for the Z50Jm (Monkey Baha) which differ from the Z50Jz-I and Z50Jf-7, as well as any standard parts that have been altered will only be listed as they come up in the course of explaining Z50Jz-I and Z50Jf-7 Block diagrams have been used to make the explanations in this service manual easier to follow. Be aware that there may be certain areas on your vehicle that will differ from what is stated here.

June 2007
Honda Co. Ltd

Workshop manual for Honda ST50 and ST70 (1969-1982)

This manual covers information on models ST50, ST70, CT70, CT70K1, CT70K2, CT70K3, CT70H, and CT70HKI. This manual should be kept in a place for easy reference with 50/65 Shop Manual (Code No. 620401). If properly used it will enable the service shops to provide reliable service to the owners. All information, illustrations and specifications contained in this publication, are based on the latest product information available at the time of publication. Honda Motor Co., Ltd. reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice. Following are the initial serial numbers of each model at the time of change:

  • ST 50 E (England type)
  • ST 70 DI (General type)
  • ST 70 DII (General type)
  • ST70 E (England type)
  • CT70 H (U.S.A. type)
  • CT70 HK1(U.S.A. type)
  • CT70 (U.S.A. type)
  • CT70 K1 (U.S.A. type)
  • CT70 K2 (U.S.A. type)
  • CT70 K3 (U.S.A. type)

This manual can be found in the Downloads section!

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Revue Moto Technique Issue 26 about the Honda CB(R?)125 Twin (T1, T2 and TD) (1977-1988) (French)

Uploaded by one of our visitors! Thank you! This magazine can be found here

Good advertisement for Honda (1974)

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Good advertisement for Honda

An English couple proved the hardiness of Honda's products when they toured Europe and Asia on two Honda 90cc motorbikes.

Tony and Jean Church from Bristol spent 14 months travelling through European and Asian countries on their motorbikes before arriving in Dampier last May. Tony is an Assistant Design Engineer — Mechanical with Hamersley

Iron and Jean is a receptionist/clerk with Fluor. They set out from England with food and clothing, a tent, two kerosine cookers and a couple of aluminium boxes for valuables. Tony and Jean had a quick tour of France, Switzerland, Italy, Austria,

Yugoslavia and Bulgaria, before heading for the Eastern countries. They averaged 350 miles daily, with their economical machines clocking 140 miles to the gallon. The Church's spent two weeks in Turkey, two weeks in Iran, one month Afghanistan, one month Pakistan, four months India, one month Ceylon, two months Nepal, six weeks Malaysia, one month Thailand and two weeks in Singapore. When not in their tent, Tony and Jean were accommodated in places varying from a mud hut to a prince's townhouse and private island. They experienced extremes not only in accommodation but also in temperature. One night in Afghanistan, their tent-pole snapped because of extreme cold. The next day, Tony and Jean went through the Khyber Pass — into high summer temperatures. Ceylon was the country the Church's considered the friendliest. They could not decide what one they liked the most, as each had its own charm and attraction. Travelling on a motorbike through the Eastern countries may not appeal to some people, but both Tony and Jean thoroughly enjoyed the experience. They encountered no major mishaps and found they could mingle with the locals more easily than tourists travelling in cars and vans. No immediate plans are set for their next adventure, as Tony and Jean are content to remain in Dampier for some time.
Tony and Jean Church with one of their Hondas.

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