Honda MB50

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Honda MB50
Manufacturer
Class Minibike
Engine
49cc 2-stroke reed valve single cylinder with an oil injection lubrication system.
Horsepower 60.575 mph
Spark Plug NGK BR8HS
Transmission 5-speed with a manual clutch
Weight
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The Honda MB50 is a 50cc, two stroke, single cylinder, street motorcycle manufactured by Honda. It was produced in 1980 that was a cross between a motorscooter and a sport bike. It was not intended to be a fast bike but it did have several features normally found on bigger bikes: a speedometer, a tachometer (with a redline of 10,500 rpm), front disc brake, and Honda's Comstar wheels.

The saddle provided space for a passenger, but the bike would have difficulty carrying more than one rider.

The MB-5 was only produced for 1982 in the U.S., but was more popular in Europe(1979-1981).


1982[edit]


1982 Honda MB5'82 (also called MB50'82)

  • Available two colors: Helios Red and Black
  • The red unit had a blue fuel tank stripe
  • The black unit had a red fuel tank stripe
  • Engine: 49cc 2-stroke reed valve single cylinder with an oil injection lubrication system.
  • Transmission: 5-speed with a manual clutch
  • Serial number began: JH2AC0100CK000011
  • Haynes repair manual number: 731
  • Spark Plug: NGK BR8HS

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