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Tue Mar 01, 2016 9: Bus I say, this sort of bike just isn't my cup of tea.
This may change once I get to fixing my P200 here soon, but for now, the K-Pipe may be my preferred in-town bike and I'll re-tune the Yager for higher-speed touring and proper long rides.
A single over-head cam actuates the two-valve head, and the low compression ratio of 8. Engine design is fairly similar, with both rides running four-cycle, air-cooled, single-cylinder mills. Keeping the rest OE style.
The headlight housing, inverted front forks, engine shrouds and chin fairing all would fit in on up the range, but from that point back the truncated nature of the ride dominates the looks. Personally I like the smoothness of a manual clutch but there's something fun and retro about the auto clutch. Click to submit more pictures.
The front forks have a reported 4. The K-Pipe is powered by a carbureted, air-cooled 123. I'll have to check with my local Kymco dealer about availability, strictly for educational purposes you understand...
Pictures, trademarks and logos of third parties are the exclusive property of the respective owners. Wed Mar 02, 2016 5: Motorcycle catalogue and Motorcycle classifieds. If it is as close to an old Honda as I suspect, it's not a big job to convert one over should the need arise.
In the plus column: Bore x stroke: