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CB400T'80 The CB400T'80 Hawk was sold in 1980 in two available colors: Custom Silver Metallic or Black. The pinstripes on the silver bike were red and black; but on the black bike they were orange and yellow. The wheels were solid black comstar. The brake caliper had a single piston. The front fender was chrome plated steel. The engine was a 395cc OHC 3-valve parallel twin linked to a 6-speed transmission. The serial number began NC03-2000017.
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Honda 400-450 Twins 1978-1987 : Service Repair Maintenance by Ed Scott
CB400T'81 The CB400T'81 was sold in 1981 in one of two available colors: Pleiades Silver Metallic or Black. The stripes on the silver bike were black and blue while on the black bike they were orange and blue. The black comstar wheels were highlighted. The brake caliper had a dual piston. The front fender was painted plastic. The gas tank had a new shape along with a new rear cowl spoiler. The engine was a 395cc OHC 3-valve parallel twin linked to a 6-speed transmission. The serial number began JH2NC030*BM100001.
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Honda 400-450 Twins 1978-1987 : Service Repair Maintenance by Ed Scott
CB400TI'78 The CB400TI'78 was sold in 1978 in two available colors: Helios Red or Excel Black. The gas tank stripes were black and orange. There was no tachometer -- only a speedometer. The wheels had wire spokes and the brakes were mechanically operated drum. There was only a kickstarter (no electric start) The engine was a 395cc OHC 3-valve parallel twin with dual carburetors. The transmission was a 5-speed. The serial number began CB400T-2000022.
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CB400TI'79 The CB400TI'79 was sold in 1979 in two available colors: Candy Antares Red or Excel Black. The gas tank and side cover pinstripes were gold and orange. There was no tachometer -- only a speedometer. The wheels had wire spokes and the brakes were mechanically operated drum. There was only a kickstarter (no electric start) The engine was a 395cc OHC 3-valve parallel twin with dual carburetors. The transmission was a 5-speed. The serial number began CB400T-2100006.
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Honda 400-450 Twins 1978-1987 : Service Repair Maintenance by Ed Scott
CB400TII'78 The CB400TII'78 was sold in 1978 in one of two colors: Tahitian Red or Candy Sapphire Blue. The gas tank and side cover stripes were black and orange. The instruments had both a speedometer and a tachometer. The bike had comstar wheels rather than wire spokes. The front brake was a hydraulic operated disc. It had both an electric starter and a kickstarter. The engine was a 395cc OHC 3-valve parallel twin with dual carburetors. The transmission was a 5-speed. The serial number began CB400T-4000048.
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Honda 400-450 Twins 1978-1987 : Service Repair Maintenance by Ed Scott
CB400TII'79 CB400TII'79 was sold in 1979 in one of two colors: Candy Antares Red or Black. The gas tank and side cover stripes were gold and orange. The instruments had both a speedometer and a tachometer. The bike had comstar wheels rather than wire spokes. The front brake was a hydraulic operated disc. It had both an electric starter and a kickstarter. The engine was a 395cc OHC 3-valve parallel twin with dual carburetors. The transmission was a 5-speed. The serial number began CB400T-4100001.
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Honda 400-450 Twins 1978-1987 : Service Repair Maintenance by Ed Scott