Honda CT110: history, specs, pictures

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Honda CT110
Manufacturer
Also called CT 110, Trail 110
Production 2005
Class Trail
Engine
89.5 cc Air cooled 4-stroke O.H.C. engine
Bore / Stroke 50 x 45.6 mm (1.970 x 1.797 in)
Compression ratio 8.2: 1
Top Speed 53 mph (85 km/h)
Fuel System carburetor
Spark Plug NGK DR8ES-L '82-84 , '86
NGK D8EA '80-81
Battery YUASA 6N4-2A-4 '86
YUASA 6N4-2A-8 '80-81 , '82-84
Transmission Clutch: wet plate
Final Drive Chain: 428x104 [1]
Front Sprocket 15T
Rear Sprocket 45T
Front Tire 2.75-17 '80-84 , '86
Rear Tire 2.75-17 '80-84 , '86
Recommended Tire Pressure Front: 25 psi
Rear: 32 psi
Wheelbase 1,220 mm ( 48.0 in)[1]
Length 1,870 mm ( 73.6 in)
Width 750mm ( 29.5 in)
Height 1,060 mm ( 41.7 in)
Ground Clearance 180mm ( 7.1 in)
Seat Height 775 mm ( 30.5 in)
Weight 89 kg (196 lb) (dry),
Oil Capacity 0.9 lit. (0.95 U.S. qt. 0.80 Imp. qt.)
Recommended Oil Honda GN4 10W-40
Fuel Capacity 5.5 lit. (1.4 U.S. gal. 1.21 Imp. gal.)
Related Honda CT90
Competition Suzuki RV125
Manuals File:Honda CT90 CT110 Service Manual.pdf

Brochures ·


The Honda CT110 was a 110cc, 4-stroke, OHC dual-purpose motorcycle motorcycle produced by Honda from 1980 to 1986. It could reach a top speed of 53 mph (85 km/h).

The CT110 or "Postie Bike" well known in Australia due to their use by Australia Post as a delivery bike. This also makes them the highest selling motorcycle in the country. Not unlike the Honda CT90, it had a raised exhaust system, carrying rack, and seated one person though an attachable seat for the rack was available.

Engine[edit]

The engine was a air cooled single cylinder, four-stroke. Fuel was supplied via a overhead cams (ohc).

Drive[edit]

Power was moderated via the wet plate clutch.


1980[edit]


The Honda Trail for 1980 was called the CT110'80. One color was available: Tahitian Red. The "HONDA" decal was red but outlined in white. The decal "TRAIL 110" appeared only on the left side cover. The ignition used points and condenser. The engine was a single cylinder displacing 105cc and used a single overhead cam (OHC). The transmission was a 4-speed with an automatic clutch. The serial number began JD01-5000001.

1981[edit]


The CT110'81 Trail 110 was sold in 1981 and came in one color: Tahitian Red. The "HONDA" decal was red, outlined in black. The "TRAIL 110" side cover decal was located on both sides of the bike and was white and red on a black panel. The ignition used points and condenser. The engine was a single cylinder displacing 105cc and used a single overhead cam (OHC). The transmission was a 8-speed dual range with an automatic clutch. The serial number began JH2JD010*BS100002.

1981 Honda Motorcycle Full-Line Brochure

1982[edit]


The CT110'82 Trail 110 was sold in 1982 and came in Monza Red. The "TRAIL 110: decal was a white outline and red on a black panel. The ignition use a CD. The engine was a single cylinder displacing 105cc and used a single overhead cam (OHC). The transmission was a 8-speed dual range with an automatic clutch. The serial number began JH2JD010*CS200001.

1983[edit]


The Honda Trail 110 for 1983 was called the CT110'83. One color was available: Monza Red. The "HONDA" decal was black but outlined in white. The decal "TRAIL 110" was red on silver and outlined in black. The ignition used a CD. The engine was a single cylinder displacing 105cc and used a single overhead cam (OHC). The transmission was an 8-speed dual range with an automatic clutch. The serial number began JH2JD0102DS300003.

1984[edit]


The CT110'84 was sold in 1984 in one color: Monza Red. All decals and graphics were outlined in white. The "HONDA" decal was red. The "TRAIL 110" logo was black and red. The side cover panel was black. The ignition use a CD. The engine was a single cylinder displacing 105cc and used a single overhead cam (OHC). The transmission was a 8-speed dual range with an automatic clutch. The serial number began JH2JD010*ES400001.

1986[edit]

1986 Honda CT110


CT110'86 All decals and graphics were outlined in white. The "HONDA" decal was red. The "TRAIL 110" logo was black and red. The side cover panel was black. The ignition use a CD. The engine was a single cylinder displacing 105cc and used a single overhead cam (OHC). The transmission was a 8-speed dual range with an automatic clutch. The serial number began JH2JD010*GS500001.




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