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T80 new purchase

Post  Oldman on Sun 10 Jun - 23:49

Evening all, have been looking for a honda cub in all honesty but came across a Japanese import 1982 model close to home. Have only collected this evening and never ridden a step thru before so cautious when I start. Have other old bikes and insurance due in a couple of weeks so will add to policy then to save any admin fee. It's in reasonable condition with only a small amount of surface rust here and there, just looking to have some fun on it and probably restore to as good as I can. Have done the superbike think in my early years and now enjoy my little bikes so much more now I am not worrying about speed traps and death, still have a 650 for bigger mileage but the small bikes are easier on old bones to move about and handle. Probably paid a bit over the top but not anywhere near the £1600 the previous owner paid to the importer, another plus is depreciation is likely to be zero.
Live on south coast btw!
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new T80

Post  steve9e on Wed 13 Jun - 16:20

hi Oldman Very Happy

We have all been there, who needs a big bike ?
welcome to the forum - where are you located?

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Re: T80 new purchase

Post  Christian 1 on Wed 13 Jun - 16:33

Welcome among us! :d\\'-\\':
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Re: T80 new purchase

Post  Oldman on Wed 13 Jun - 22:55

Thanks for the welcome, located midway between Portsmouth and Southampton, sèems I have done ok as 12v and electric start. Saves me going to the gym to beef up for the kick start! Hopefully can spend some time at the weekend giving it a good checkover before using, looking forward tomthe ribbing I will get from gs riding friends!

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Post  JohnW on Fri 15 Jun - 20:34

Here it is the right way up

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new T80

Post  steve9e on Sat 16 Jun - 10:12

hi Oldman ? :d\\'-\\':

I thought it was owned by Spider pig at first ( ask your grandkids?)

Having just replaced my rear drive gear set I wonder if this newer version has a modified bearing arrangement for the crown wheel shaft.
My replacement gear came from Greece as a T80 part but I had to modify one of the shaft dimensions to take the original bearing size on my 1985 bike.

Interesting Mr Holmes  Wink

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Post  Oldman on Sat 21 Jul - 1:18

Will have to let you know on that front about bearings. Stripping the shaft is next on my lost but new shed/workshop has arrived and needs to be prepared before winter with power and insulation. Expecting a lack of maintenance as per the rest of the bike so far

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Re: T80 new purchase

Post  barker on Thu 3 Jan - 9:41

that does look nice never seen a green one before, you say its 12 v with electric start, thats a nother thing i never knew they made , your rearly into the modern age with it now drum brakes still has it still got the 80 cc engine

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Post  barker on Thu 3 Jan - 9:52

heres my old h reg 6 v

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Post  JohnW on Thu 3 Jan - 19:37

barker wrote:that does look nice  never seen a green one before, you say its 12 v with electric start, thats a nother thing  i never knew they made , your rearly into the modern age with it now drum brakes still has it still got the 80 cc engine

You obviously have not been keeping an eye on the forum Barker, these Green 12 volt (electric start) T80's are old Japanese home market models being imported to the UK, not a new version. See this thread from earlier in the year. http://yamahatownmatet80.forumotion.co.uk/t1013-another-japanese-home-market-grey-import-t80?highlight=Japanese+home+market

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Post  barker on Thu 3 Jan - 21:18

very intresting , as i said in a earler post ive been off line for a couple of monthes so not been keeping up to date

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