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The 1982 Honda CM 450 E and all other motorcycles made. Specifications. Pictures. Rating. Discussions. The Honda CM400 was a street bike produced by the Honda Motor Company from 1979 to 1982, part of a series of motorcycles with the prefix 'CM' using various engine capacities.

It was a precursor to the Honda Rebel series of motorcycles. 1982 Honda CM450C Parts at BikeBandit. com. The Web's most trusted source for 1982 Honda CM450C OEM Parts. Find great deals on eBay for 1982 Honda CM450 in Antique, Vintage, Historic. Shop with confidence. 5. 0 out of 5 stars clymer service repair manual honda cmx450c rebel, cm450e e 61MC003 Honda CB450 CM450 1985 Service Manual [Manufacturer on Amazon.

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The Honda CM450A is a motorcycle made by Honda in 1982 and 1983. It was based on the CB400 and CM400 models ( ), especially the CM400A Hondamatic ( ). It had a 447 cc (27. 3 cu in) SOHC parallel twin engine with two carburetors and a 2speed transmission with a torque converter. The 1982 Honda CM 450 Custom and all other motorcycles made.

Specifications. Pictures. Rating. Discussions. The larger capacity of the Honda CM450 resulted in 47bhp when launched in 1982. This was serious performance, gained mainly from the use of a three valve head, unique at that time. But where the CM400 HONDAMATIK model had flopped, the CM450 with more power, although still down on the manual change model, succeeded.

1982 Honda CM450A Parts at BikeBandit. com. The Web's most trusted source for 1982 Honda CM450A OEM Parts. The parallel twin engine has three valves per cylinder (two intake, one exhaust) and a fivespeed manual or twospeed automatic transmission. In 1982, the CM engine was bored out to a 447 cc engine with six gears, and the series was renamed CM450.