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Your Honda Nighthawk / Re: Pictures of my bike
« on: October 13, 2017, 11:04:17 AM »
I'll have a go, ta bud. This is by far the most comfortable bike and being as it's totally original, stands out so well in the crowd. My daughter has claimed it as hers, she has forbade me to ever sell. Being as she's only fourteen,  she can ride it and loves the bike.

Your Honda Nighthawk / Re: Where is the brake light fuse
« on: October 13, 2017, 10:59:08 AM »
There's some main fuss under the little cover on the steering head and I'm sure thy e fuse you're after is under the seat...remove seat, look around where the tool box is and you'll find them. I wish I could show you pictures but I don't know how to put in. Sorry.

Your Honda Nighthawk / Pictures of my bike
« on: October 13, 2017, 08:10:04 AM »
Ayup. How on earth do I get to put pictures of my 700 sc in here. In England, I have probably the finest example that was imported from you. I'm sure I could but cannot find a way.....any help out there?

General Motorcycle Discussion / Re: Funny
« on: September 16, 2017, 02:33:18 PM »
I pissed myself on that one. That is bang on right

I inherited my 700sc. My best friend left it to me when he passed away. It's an absolute minter( wish I could show you pictures if her.)  several times a year, Staffordshire bikers collect for charity and thousands of us block the streets collecting stuff( pet food/ toys/ easter eggs...that sort of stuff. We have two runs left till winter breaks in..  I am stripping her for rebuild. In his effects I found many I found a box with tracker system, alarm,immobiliser,other stuff he bought and didn't get chance to fit. It's been nearly two years since I was left all this stuff and only now can go through it. My missus is helping with the wiring even though she hates bikes. I am going tomorrow for a meet to raise for pets in need( 21St century Britain and we have food's a disgrace to Western world) I know there will be couple thousand bikes but will never sell/swap my nighthawk for any of them. Have fun all and keep riding

Here in blighty we get more of this. Bad and ignorant styles on the roads have escalated to a point that aggressive behaviour is rife. Our government has cut back too much on traffic cops,  relying on the good will of the people.... There isn't any. I discussed this in a meeting with the road safety team. U was told not enough money for cops.  I said the police are not doing the job they're paid for and they're welcome to come out for a drive with me after the meeting.....I could make a cops wage in one hour if they got out of their car ( then 39 hours pure profit) and enforced the law with fines....guess what? They refused. Excuse??

General Motorcycle Discussion / Re: Bellypan
« on: July 23, 2017, 03:17:05 AM »
It's the human condition to change and personalise things so good or bad, stands out. Even joggers collect all sorts of crap when all they need is descent shoes. I like the looks and as for bellypan, the air directed to the exhaust and fins on air cooled machines help to stop the oil from cooking. Liquid cooled engines don't need them. People put spoilers on cars. Totally useless on a family saloon but if I sold spoilers, I'll come up with all sorts of figures to sell more. 

General Motorcycle Discussion / Re: Did you name your bike?
« on: July 22, 2017, 01:50:46 PM »
I had a kawasaki, called it herpes because I had a right hell of a job to get rid of it. My nighthawk 700 s is called black Betty. Everyone in the village knows black Betty( bambalam).  Being as there is only about four nighthawk 700 sc left in England, she gets the looks when bigger/ need bikes ride by.

General Motorcycle Discussion / Re: Bellypan
« on: July 18, 2017, 02:38:04 PM »
That my friend is exactly the badger I'm looking for, ta bud...I'm impressed with the bike,  looking special pal. Searching one right now

General Motorcycle Discussion / Re: Did you name your bike?
« on: July 18, 2017, 02:31:59 PM »
I got a nighthawk 700s, in black.....all black...I call her black Betty...whoah black Betty, bambalam! Only one left in England by the looks of it

General Motorcycle Discussion / Re: Loud Pipes
« on: March 12, 2017, 01:09:28 AM »
I have a 4 into 1 stainless system with I bought for 30 pounds...a real find. I've nearly finished the clean up and will be putting it in mine as the balancer pipe has rusted on my original system. I will then clean up and heat paint the original but may leave off if sounds good enough. I was looking to sell the nighthawk and buy newer as parts here in England are like rocking horse poo....very rare. But no...I cannot find a better looking bike so keep polishing and riding this one.

General Motorcycle Discussion / Re: Bellypan
« on: March 10, 2017, 03:07:41 PM »
My goodness! People actually tried to help. Thanks..some good advice( chin spoiler eh?) I'll look for one of them ta

General Motorcycle Discussion / Re: This is the coolest thing
« on: February 14, 2017, 12:03:42 AM »
But the robot isnt riding the bike. Its remotely controled...but not independently ridden by a machine. Looks good but bull im afraid

General Motorcycle Discussion / Re: Questions on 1985 Cb700 Nighthawk
« on: February 13, 2017, 07:05:59 AM »
 :snork:my cam chain was rattling..the tensioner on the 700sc cannot be manually adjusted but its not an expensive job at a small bike shop....never go to main stealers. Theyll have your pants down. Mine is used regular and no real issues. 40.000 miles but regular oil changes help

General Motorcycle Discussion / Re: CB700SC exhaust help
« on: February 13, 2017, 06:58:29 AM »
Adding a 4 into 1 system to my nighthawk instead of two 2into 1's. I bought the whole stainless system for 30pounds....50 dollars ....used but in good clean condition. Anyone else done this? And did it give any problems?

General Motorcycle Discussion / Re: Loud Pipes
« on: February 13, 2017, 06:52:13 AM »
'Ere in old blighty, we have a craze on at the moment....when some chav with a car is broadcasting council fm( club music) real loud we all pull up in front of him at the lights and get off our bikes and dance around his piece of crap civic. ( the choice of tosspots ...also the vauxhaul corsa). We dont have guns here..

General Motorcycle Discussion / Re: Nighthawk vs Nighthawk
« on: February 13, 2017, 02:14:30 AM »
I have my 700sc. I am 6 foot 2inch and 18 stone...i ride a kawasaki ninja 600. Tried a motoguzi. R1 . ducati monster900...i prefer the honda long journeys but anything over 120 mph very uncomfortable so keep it to about 70 and fine

General Motorcycle Discussion / Re: Motorcycles are made from cows!
« on: February 13, 2017, 02:10:38 AM »
I inherited my pride and joy so mine is made of the love of friendship. Rip trev and my wife will never make me get rid of this one

General Motorcycle Discussion / Re: Bellypan
« on: February 12, 2017, 05:49:35 AM »
Ah im going to do that. Im proud of my bike which was ann inheritance. I thought i would ask again in case someone had their memory jogged and looked at the back of their man cave . ( garage....shed) this is a great site and some great examples here

General Motorcycle Discussion / Bellypan
« on: February 12, 2017, 04:34:32 AM »
I live in england and have a beautiful 700sc....1985 year...i would love to locate and buy a bellypan for my machine...if anyone can help please email me...  please help. I would show you how good condition my bike is but dont know how to add pictures.

Great Britain / 700sc bellypan
« on: January 17, 2017, 01:51:10 AM »
Im looking for a bellypan for my nighthawk 700sc. If anyone can help ill be grateful to purchase. Mine is an absolute minter and saw a pan on another bike so it would compliment its looks. I can pay using paypal and postage. You can message me if you have one as i tried all the areas i can think of so if anyone knows how i can get my grubby hands on one ?

General Motorcycle Discussion / Re: I don't get it.
« on: August 30, 2016, 09:56:28 AM »
 eek1i got a loveley condition nighthawk 700s . it was imported from america. I live in stoke on trent in england and have a reet bugger getting parts. I dont know how to post pictures of the bike( christened black betty) wish i could. It would be a sacrilege to custom . it isnt a particularly fast bike by modern standards so if i want to go fast, id buy a ninja for a few hundred quid and thrash that.

Bud im in england. I inherited my nighthawk 85 model. I dont know how to put pictures up ( someone please tell me) . it has stood for 6 years under cover in the british weather. It looks immaculate but had to replace the camchain and adjuster.fork seals.battery.serviced. runs like a charm. I have a 4 into 1 in the garage and may fit it only ti renovate the 4into2. As for weight...its a heavy bike and the whole design is hravy....all of the oily bits are heavy duty. Its 80's muscle bike ...if you want fast. Get a cheap ninja and thrash that.

Great Britain / Re: Anyone broken a CB700 or CB750SC ?
« on: August 17, 2016, 03:38:56 AM »
Bud i cant bekieve it. I got one from d&k...bang on conditiin seals 30 quud. Thanks bud for the offer. I desperately need one and now havent the time to fit it. Havent git two secnds to rub together..aaargh.

Great Britain / Re: Anyone broken a CB700 or CB750SC ?
« on: August 16, 2016, 01:02:15 AM »
Lads im in stoke on trent. I have a 700sc and desperately need a clutch slave cylinder. David silver spares can get anything but they have your pants down on the prices.. D& k in newcastle have spares but again they bit of a rip off too. Anyone know ehere i can get a slave cylinder from at a price that i havent got to remortgage my castle?

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