Honda CB1000C

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Honda CB1000C
Manufacturer Honda
Production 83
Engine 1000cc
Sparkplug DR8ESL '83
Battery YB14L-A2 '83
Front Tire 110/90-18 '83
Rear Tire 140-90-16 '83
Manuals Service Manual
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The Honda CB1000C is a motorcycle produced by Honda in 1983.

In 1983, Honda replaced the CB900C with the CB1000C. The CB1000C used the dual-range transmission previously available on the CB900C. The 978cc version had 89 horsepower and included the TRAC anti-dive system also featured on the 1983 CB1100F.


1983 Honda CB1000C
1983 Honda CB1000C
1983 Honda CB1000C in Candy Regal Brown

The CB1000C'83 1000 Custom was sold in 1983 in one of two color schemes: Black with Achilles black Metallic or Candy Regal Brown with Chestnut Gold Metallic. the gas tank and side covers were two-tone. The wheels were comstar wheels. The taillight was integrated. The transmission was a 5-speed with dual range sub-transmission -- thus 10 speeds.

  • Engine: Powerful, four-cylinder, 973cc, DOHC
  • Transmission: Five-speed dual-range
  • Drive: Shaft
  • Suspension: Air-adjustable, leading-axle front forks
  • Brakes: TRAC™ anti-dive control system with integrated fork brace
  • Oil cooler: Large capacity
  • Wheelbase: 1613mm (63.5 in.)
  • Seat height: 790mm (31.1 in.)
  • Fuel capacity: 16.7 liter (4.4 gal.)
  • Dry weight: 266 kg (584.3 lb)