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    Re: Let's See Everyone's CT70 and Dax

    An AB27 is a 2000 or newer Honda Monkey engine that comes from the factory with a strong 4 speed.

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    Re: Let's See Everyone's CT70 and Dax

    Quote Originally Posted by dirttrackin280h
    My 1979 Honda CT70

    DRATV 88cc cylinder/piston kit and 20mm carb. setup.







    nice ct, your makin me want one.
    82 z50r Going to be a 150cc supermoto project
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    02 cr250r YEAH this thing is fun
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    How about a CT70 with a GPX177V2 in it?

    So, here is the latest incarnation of Schoolbus.



    It now sports a GPX177 V2 on it.

    Daytona Windscreen

    Takegawa Tach



    Other odds and ends. I still need a pipe for it which will be ordered at the end of the month. Also going to replace the large turn signals, that, while are very visible, are quite ugly.



    Gotta be honest here...it does not have the low end torque like my Jialing 157cc with the 61.5 stroke, but it looks to be a winner.



    Here's a few pics.
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    Re: Let's See Everyone's CT70 and Dax

    Quote Originally Posted by mexicanyella
    I like the pipe on mx470's 1980 bike, and that low pipe on Godfried's 50cc Dax is funky-cool! Never seen that setup before. Were the Dax bikes available with low or high pipes, or do people fit CT pipes to them as mods, or is it just down to different years, or what?


    Dan is mixing up my red original dax with the orange one. I am indeed running a stainless/titanium takegawa one on the 124cc dax.

    The red one does have an original honda lowswept exhaust:



    They came original on the early ST50 and ST70 for the UK, Japanese and Australian market, as well as on the early General Export model. I don't think they are still available from honda, but replica's can be found on ebay, as well as NOS or second hand ones. It shouldn't be to hard to put one on your CT, but you will have to make up a bracket to hold the exhaust, as the orginal bikes that came with these had an extra bracket on the frame, just behind where the brake pedal is.

    The 1970's honda chaly had a very similar one, here's a picture of one on my chaly:



    The bike is in bits at the moment (has been for a while now actually), awaiting a complete metamorphosis...



    Cheers,

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    PS: as for the top speed of the orange dax: it does over a genuine 80 mph. It was clocked at 78 mph with a police speed gun a couple of years ago. This was on a flat road, hardly any wind... A light backwind, slipstream, downhill etc. will easily add a couple of MPH to that...
    It's a speed thing. You wouldn't understand...

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    Re: Let's See Everyone's CT70 and Dax

    few updates now running 106 +r s30 cam vm 26 z50 4 speed taky 3 plate clutch over twin pipes crf peg mount with two bros pegs and a few more shiney bits
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    Re: Let's See Everyone's CT70 and Dax

    Here's a pic of my 50 and my 70. Have had the 70 almost 10 yrs and am 2nd owner. One of my buddies was working on this guy's phone line,and he had recently pushed it outside to make room in his garage. $100 later and it was mine. Needed an exhaust,tires,handle bars,seat cover and foam.Had about 2000 miles and has a California title where he last rode it. I have the original motor but I put on this 70H motor with an 85cc kit.




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    Re: Let's See Everyone's CT70 and Dax

    My 1981 Honda minitrail CT70 project, Need to tear it down and clean it up.
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    Re: Let's See Everyone's CT70 and Dax

    My dads project we are working on now.


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    Re: Let's See Everyone's CT70 and Dax

    This is 1 of my bikes. It is a 2007 Lifan 110cc ct-clone. It has over 10,000 miles, and i have had it for exactly 1 year. Thats just how much riding i do. I also have a 1991 ct70, and a 1998 z50r. But those are works in progress at this time. The lifan is my daily driver.
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    Re: Let's See Everyone's CT70 and Dax

    Just got this girl yesterday. 91 ct-70 3200miles for $800 with title and all. Been sitting in a guys garage for years and he finally decided to get rid of it.



    Runs like a charm. Starts on first kick. Still need to GPS it but if speedo is right I was going 40 easy on a dirt road. Haven't tried it out on a straight flat yet.



    I've been looking for a dual-sport to buy as a first bike, but when this offer came up I could not let it go. I looked around online and saw how much fun people were having with the CT-70 and decided to go for it. Did I get a good deal?







    I was planning on modding it up but since it runs so well I don't know how much I'll mess with it. New paint job for sure, any other suggestions are welcome.



    Thanks, and cool forum!

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    Re: Let's See Everyone's CT70 and Dax

    [quote name='minioco'] Did I get a good deal?



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    You got a great deal and welcome to the forum.



    As far as your technical questions. You should start a new thread as this thread is for pictures mainly and less about chatting.

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    My '81 CT70 Minitrail bought for $100.00,runs good need to tear it down and clean it up.
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    Re: Let's See Everyone's CT70 and Dax

    This is my ride, a 1978 ct70. I have it running, but have a lot more work to do.
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    Re: Let's See Everyone's CT70 and Dax

    Here is Butch's "RatRod" CT. He's not a PM member so I'm posting it for him... It was a low budget build...Somewhere around $700 total. Started as an H model that had caught on fire and was a total mess, paint was burnt off, fuel tank and wiring all melted, seat was crispy etc. He Sandblasted the frame, wheels and forks and spray bombed. Dropped a GPX125 crate motor from AHP in it. Trailbikes wiring harness and new ignition switch. No battery or rectifier, just a Moose regulator. Custom seat foam and cover from some sportbike. Trailbikes shocks. New Rack. Renthal bars. OGM take-off pipe. Custom hose clamp drink holder for coffee runs.

    Fun bike for cheap.

























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    Re: Let's See Everyone's CT70 and Dax

    Wow, that's cool! Nice stripped-down look! That's making me re-evaluate my "should I get a CT or not someday" frame of mind, for sure.



    Ahhh, hmmm, what's "OGM" mean?

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