Please call us for more information on This Honda tl has been heavily developed and modified by dixon racing who modified many tl 's ,but they did a special one off for themselves and this is it! Ignition system was the same used on the TL placed at camshaft and covered with the cc engraved cap or some times without engraving letters. First Honda prototypes were made earlyRob Shepherd was one of the first to ride on this big machine. Also engine capacity was increased to 60cc, some improvements on carb and big TL wheels.
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It was produced by Honda Racing Service Center (RSC) and made available. #CB90 #RSC #racer Brat Cafe, Motorcycle Engine, Scrambler Honda CG 82 Old Honda Motorcycles, HondaHonda.
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Runs fantastic and hasn't even been run in yet.
The bike was more competitive than the standard TL THe HT was a very special and rare bike. New exhaust system, tank, seatdomino levers All complete. Except rear shock absorvers all the parts were stricty followed as they originaly were.
. was the first of the dinasty of nice and competitive cc RSC Honda trials bikes. The RSC engine did offer an extra power from the original cc engine to more than Very nice and competitive bike, based on the same RST chassis but.
In esce, that declaration stated quite lrly that Honda would compete in all its of motorcycle ever, through RSC,_yet another sibcompany, headquartered at the ' a u a freakish, cc, twin-cylinder two-stroke motocrosser with a twin-shock.
Rob Shepherd won the British Championship in with this cc long-stroke Honda bike.
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Now extensively modified and fitted with big rtl cc motor that runs great with bags of power and very responsive. Maybe one of the most expensive Honda trial bikes and of course difficult to see.
Second one, the TLR had cc 4 stroke engine. This time, thanks to the friend of this site Paul Cowley from Shedworks. If the clutch was engaged too quickly the engine could "bog" or even stall while the rest of the starting field rode away.
Also at same level was included a perforated entrance window for the intake of the air to the Carburetor air box.