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Sejarah dan Evolusi "Sang legenda" Honda Cb dari masa ke masa


Apa itu Honda CB?
Motor Tua itu kini tengah naik daun. Disamping harganya yang murah juga enak buat dimodifikasi karena bisa dicangkokan komponen mesin generasi HONDA semisal GL 100, GL PRO, TIGER juga bisa mencaplok komponen motor lain semisan SHOCK Depan RX-KING dll.

Dipenghujung tahun 2000 an motor ini cuma dihargai sekitar 300 Ribuan , lalu naik menjadi 700 ribuan , 2 tahun yang lalu masih sekitar 1 jutaan dan ditahun ini harganya melejit lagi sekita 1,8 jutaan. Fantastik…. itu semua berkat ulah para modifikator yang menjadikan motor CB ini sebagai BASIS MOTOR MODIFIKASI. Tapi untuk modifikasi SPEED alias LARI atau untuk TRAIL CC yang kecil tidak mumpuni maka harus di BORE UP dengan menggunakan SEHER TIGER. Biaya yang dikeluarkanpun jadi membengkak. Saran untuk yang mau modif CB lebih baik ambil basis yang 1 atau 2 Tingkat diatasnya semisal GL 100 , atan GL PRO lebih enak dimodifnya karena mesin nya lebih gampang dan MURAH dimodifikasi

Kebijakan Pemerintah?
Kebijakan pemerintah dalam hal lokalisasi komponen otomotif mendorong PT Federal Motor memproduksi berbagai komponen sepeda motor di dalam negeri melalui beberapa anak perusahaan, diantaranya; PT Honda Federal (1974) memproduksi komponen-komponen dasar sepeda motor Honda seperti rangka, roda, knalpot dsb. PT Showa Manufacturing Indonesia (1979) khusus memproduksi peredam kejut PT Honda Astra Engine Manufacturing (1984) memproduksi mesin sepeda motor PT Federal Izumi Manufacturing (1990) khusus memproduksi piston Pada tahun 2000 PT Federal Motor dan anak-anak perusahaan di-merger menjadi satu dengan nama PT Astra Honda Motor, dengan komposisi saham 50% PT Astra International Tbk dan 50% Honda Motor Co. Japan.

Saat ini AHM memiliki 3 fasilitas pabrik perakitan ; Pabrik pertama berlokasi Sunter, Jakarta Utara yang berfungsi sebagai kantor pusat. Pabrik kedua berlokasi di Pegangsaan Dua, Kelapa Gading. Pabrik ketiga sekaligus pabrik paling mutakhir berlokasi di kawasan MM 2100 Cikarang Barat, Bekasi. Pabrik ini merupakan fasilitas pabrik perakitan terbaru yang mulai beroperasi sejak tahun 2005. Pada tahun 2007, AHM menempati ranking pertama penjualan sepeda motor di Indonesia dan tingkat ASEAN dengan produksi ke-20 jutanya. Pada tingkat dunia, AHM menempati ranking 3 setelah pabrik sepeda motor Honda di Cina dan India.

Inilah perkembangan "Sang Legenda"
HONDA BENLY CB92 SUPER SPORTS 1959
The first sports model to bear the CB name. This high-performance version of the C90 participated in the 2nd All-Japan Motorcycle Clubman Race held at Mt. Asama.


Type of engine Air-Cooled 4-st. Twin OHC Chain Train
Engine displacement 124.67cc
Maximum power 15PS / 10,500rpm
Maximum torque 1.06kgm / 9,000rpm
Maximum speed 130km/h
Dry weight 110kg
Frame type Back Bone Pressed Steel
Suspension (Front) Leading Bottom Link
Suspension (Rear) Swing Arm
Price (At the time) 155,000yen


HONDA SUPER SPORTS CB95 1959
The CB95 was a larger displacement version of the original CB92. Together with the CB92 and CR71, these machines formed Honda's super sport trio. They dominated the 2nd Mt. Asama and the 3rd Utsunomiya Clubman race in the 200cc class.

Type of engine Air-Cooled 4-st. Twin OHC Chain Train
Engine displacement 154.6cc
Maximum power 16.5PS / 10,000rpm
Dry weight 115kg
Transmission 4-Speed


HONDA DREAM CB72 SUPER SPORTS 1960
A genuine 250cc sports model aimed at expanding the motor sports market. It was optionally equipped with a full assortment of race kit parts. These machines played active roles on the road racing, motocross, and touring scenes.

Type of engine Air-Cooled 4-st. Twin OHC
Engine displacement 247.33cc
Maximum power 24PS / 9,000rpm
Maximum torque 2.06kgm / 7,500rpm
Maximum speed Type I:155km/h・Type II:145km/h
Dry weight 153kg
Frame type Back Bone Steel Pipe
Suspension (Front) Telescopic
Suspension (Rear) Swing Arm
Price (At the time) 187,000yen
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HONDA BENLY CB125 1964
This OHC twin-cylinder sports bike featured a steel-tube frame and technology taken from Honda's world GP racers. It delivered class-leading performance at the time.

Type of engine Air-Cooled 4-st. Twin OHC
Engine displacement 124.6cc
Maximum power 15PS / 10,500rpm
Maximum torque 1.07kgm / 9,200rpm
Dry weight 127kg
Frame type Back Bone Steel Pipe
Suspension (Front) Telescopic
Suspension (Rear) Swing Arm
Price (At the time) 155,000yen

HONDA DREAM CB450 1965
Japan's first DOHC street machine, the CB450 was developed to compete in the overseas big-bike market. Its 450cc engine boasted the performance of a 650.

Type of engine Air-Cooled 4-st. Twin DOHC
Engine displacement 444cc
Maximum power 43PS / 8,500rpm
Maximum torque 3.82kgm / 7,250rpm
Maximum speed 180km/h
Dry weight 187kg
Frame type Semi-Double Cradle
Suspension (Front) Telescopic
Suspension (Rear) Swing Arm
Price (At the time) 268,000yen

HONDA DREAM CB450D SUPER SPORTS 1967
The D stands for Desert Scrambler. This machine made for export to the U.S.A., featured left and right upswept exhausts and a teardrop tank. The foundation for the CL450 and CB450K1, various parts were available for sale in kits and otherwise.


Type of engine Air-Cooled 4-st. Twin OHC
Engine displacement 444cc
Maximum power 43PS / 8,500rpm
Maximum speed 180km/h
Dry weight 187kg
Transmission 4-Speed

HONDA DREAM CB250 1968
A new kind of sports bike designed for the booming markets of the seventies, the CB250 pumped out a screaming 30PS from its OHC twin engine mounted in an all new frame. Two versions were produced: a CB72 style and a two-tone export version.

Sekarang di Indonesia lagi trennya motor CC nanggung alias 250cc tapi jaman dulu Honda udah punya tapi bukan versi sportnya,hmmm kebayang dong 250cc bisa lari 160kpj, kaya apa itu, belum lagi tanpa fairing.

Type of engine Air-Cooled 4-st. Twin OHC
Engine displacement 249cc
Maximum power 30PS / 10,500rpm
Maximum torque 2.14kgm / 9,500rpm
Maximum speed 160km/h
Dry weight 149kg
Frame type Cradle
Suspension (Front) Telescopic
Suspension (Rear) Swing Arm
Price (At the time) 187,000yen

HONDA DREAM CBCL250 1968
This stylish street scrambler made its debut with the high-powered CB250. It featured a skid plate for off-road riding, upswept exhaust and a 19-inch front wheel.


Type of engine Air-Cooled 4-st. Twin OHC
Engine displacement 249cc
Maximum power 27PS / 10,000rpm
Maximum torque 2.07kgm / 8,000rpm
Maximum speed 150km/h
Dry weight 148kg
Suspension (Front) Telescopic
Suspension (Rear) Swing Arm
Price (At the time) 189,000yen

HONDA BENLY CB125 1969
This sports model was developed along the same concept as the CB250 and CB350. Features included a newly developed frame, twin-cylinder engine, 5-speed transmission and a tachometer.

Type of engine Air-Cooled 4-st. Twin OHC
Engine displacement 124cc

Maximum power 15PS / 11,000rpm
Maximum torque 1.05kgm / 9,500rpm
Maximum speed 130km/h
Dry weight 112kg
Frame type Semi-Double Cradle
Suspension (Front) Telescopic
Suspension (Rear) Carvone
Price (At the time) 147,000yen

Ini dia gan yang langka di Indonesia, Honda CB 125 Twin atau kalau di negeri nya sana disebut Benly.. Bayangin 125cc bisa lari sampai 130kpj, kalah motor-motor jaman sekarang,kenapa bisa gitu ya? mungkin motor jaman sekarang banyak fitur elektroniknya jadi agak berat, engga seperti jaman dulu yang cuma mengandalkan platina..hmmm salut buat Sochiro Honda.

HONDA DREAM CB750 FOUR 1969
A super sport model equipped with the world's first mass-production four-cylinder OHC engine. With the theme of "achieving higher power while maintaining safety," this machine featured Honda's first double cradle frame and hydraulic disk brake and its appearance led to a worldwide Nanahan (750cc engine bike) boom.

Type of engine Air-Cooled 4-st. OHC
Engine displacement 736cc
Maximum power 67PS / 8,000rpm
Maximum torque 6.1kgm / 7,000rpm
Maximum speed 200km/h
Dry weight 218kg
Frame type Double Cradle
Suspension (Front) Telescopic
Suspension (Rear) Swing Arm
Price (At the time) 385,000yen

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HONDA CB1100 2013
The 90cc CB sports bike. Its newly designed OHC engine delivered high-revving high-performance. Mated to a 5-speed transmission and mounted in a diamond-configuration steel-tube frame, it offered sporty riding characteristics.

Ini dia nih legenda motor CB yang ada di Indonesia, Honda CB90 tahun 1970. Sebenernya cuma beda nama, kalau untuk pasar Amerika dan Eropa mereka disebut CB90 tapi di Indonesia atau mungkin kawasan Asia banyak yang mengenal dengan sebutan CB100, terus apa bedanya sama gelatik ?? sama aja hanya masalah dipenyebutan.

Type of engine Air-Cooled 4-st. Single OHC
Engine displacement 89cc
Maximum power 10.5PS / 10,500rpm
Maximum torque 0.76kgm / 9,000rpm
Maximum speed 110km/h
Dry weight 85kg
Suspension (Front) Telescopic
Suspension (Rear) Swing Arm
Price (At the time) 90,000yen

HONDA CB750 RACER 1970
This machine is the CB750FOUR racer which made its debut in the Daytona 200 Mile Race and gave Honda its first victory in 1970. This racer was released in two versions: 1) A complete racer, which was produced by order mainly for export, and; 2) An assembly kit, which contained parts and components including the engine and frame supplied by RSC.(Winning machine in the Daytona 200 Mile Race in 1970; No.2 Dick Man)

Type of engine Air-Cooled 4-st. Inline-4 OHC
Engine displacement 748.6cc
Maximum power over 90PS / 9,000rpm
Maximum speed over 230km/h
Dry weight 170kg
Transmission 5-Speed

HONDA DREAM CB350 EXPORT 1970
Continuing in the tradition of the CB72, this sports model mounted a newly designed vertical twin engine. Mainly exported to North America.

Type of engine Air-Cooled 4-st. Twin OHC
Engine displacement 325cc
Maximum power 36PS / 10,500rpm
Maximum torque 2.55kgm / 9,500rpm
Maximum speed 170km/h
Dry weight 150kg
Frame type Semi-Double Cradle
Suspension (Front) Telescopic
Suspension (Rear) Swing Arm
Price (At the time) 196,000yen

HONDA BENLY CB50 1971
This sporty model featured a newly designed single overhead camshaft engine, tubular frame, tachometer, megaphone muffler and sleek tank.

Type of engine Air-Cooled 4-st. Single OHC
Engine displacement 49cc
Maximum power 6PS / 10,500rpm
Maximum torque 0.41kgm / 8,500rpm
Dry weight 71kg
Frame type Diamond
Suspension (Front) Telescopic
Suspension (Rear) Swing Arm
Price (At the time) 75,000yen

HONDA DREAM CB500 FOUR 1972
The second machine in Honda's 4-cylinder street line-up, the elegant CB500 combined a high-performance engine with a lightweight chassis to deliver superbly balanced handling.

Type of engine Air-Cooled 4-st. Inline-4 OHC
Engine displacement 498cc
Maximum power 48PS / 9,000rpm
Maximum torque 4.1kgm / 7,500rpm
Maximum speed 180km/h
Dry weight 184kg
Frame type Double Cradle Steel Pipe
Suspension (Front) Telescopic
Suspension (Rear) Swing Arm
Price (At the time) 335,000yen

HONDA CB750 RACER 1973
This is an improved version of the CB750 which won the 1970 Daytona 200 in its debut outing. Its fairing was the first to use Honda's new red, white and blue colors. 1973 Daytona 200 6th place finisher. Rider: No.15 Morio Sumiya

Type of engine Air-Cooled 4-st. Inline-4 OHC
Engine displacement 736cc


HONDA CB500R 1975
This prototype was developed in preparation for the 1975 Bol d'Or 24-Hour Endurance Race. It was equipped with the newly developed 3-valve head later used on the Hawks. Development Rider : Morio Sumiya

Type of engine Air-Cooled 4-st. Inline-4 OHC 3-Valve Gear Train
Engine displacement 749.35cc
Maximum power over 86.7PS / 11,000rpm
Transmission 5-Speed
Suspension (Front) Telescopic
Suspension (Rear) Swing Arm

HONDA CB750F 1979
This domestic market 750cc super sports featured clean, flowing lines. Its high-performance DOHC 4-valve 4-cylinder engine and jet-fighter styled cockpit reignited CB popularity.

Type of engine Air-Cooled 4-st. Inline-4 DOHC 4-Valve
Engine displacement 748cm3
Maximum power 68PS / 9,000rpm
Maximum torque 5.9kgm / 8,000rpm
Dry weight 228kg
Frame type Double Cradle
Suspension (Front) Telescopic
Suspension (Rear) Swing Arm
Price (At the time) 538,000yen

HONDA CB250RS 1980This single-cylinder sports bike was lightweight and offered nimble handling. Its slim design was a major feature. Promotional photos of the machine featured NR rider Takazumi Katayama.

Type of engine Air-Cooled 4-st. Single OHC 4-Valve
Engine displacement 248cm3
Maximum power 25PS / 8,500rpm
Maximum torque 2.2kgm / 7,000rpm
Dry weight 128kg
Frame type Diamond
Suspension (Front) Telescopic
Suspension (Rear) Swing Arm
Price (At the time) 298,000yen

HONDA CB1100R
This limited-production super sports boasted RS1000 technology. Its race-spec high-performance engine, chassis and suspension were hand-built. It raced with great success on tracks around the world.

Type of engine Air-Cooled 4-st. Inline-4 DOHC 4-Valve
Engine displacement 1,062cm3
Maximum power 105PS / 9,000rpm
Maximum torque 9.05kgm / 7,500rpm
Dry weight 235kg
Frame type Double Cradle Pressed Steel Pipe
Suspension (Front) Telescopic
Suspension (Rear) Swing Arm

HONDA CB1100 2013

ENGINE
Engine Type 1140cc air- and oil-cooled inline four-cylinder
Bore And Stroke 73.5mm x 67.2mm
Induction PGM-FI with automatic enrichment circuit, 32mm throttle bodies
Ignition Digital transistorized with electronic advance
Compression Ratio 9.5:1
Valve Train DOHC; four valves per cylinder


DRIVE TRAIN
Transmission Five-speed
Final Drive #530 O-ring-sealed chain

CHASSIS / SUSPENSION / BRAKES
Front Suspension 41mm fork with spring preload adjustability
Rear Suspension Dual shocks with spring preload adjustability
Front Brake Dual four-piston calipers with full-floating 296mm discs
Rear Brakes Single-caliper 256mm disc
Front Tire 110/80-18
Rear Tire 140/70-18


DIMENSIONS
Rake 27.0 degrees (Caster Angle)
Trail 107mm (4.2 inches)
Wheelbase 58.7 inches
Seat Height 31.3 inches
Fuel Capacity 3.9 gallons

OTHER
Model Id CB1100
Emissions Meets current EPA standards. California version meets current CARB standards and may differ slightly due to emissions equipment.
Available Colors Candy Red

FACTORY WARRANTY INFORMATION
One Year Transferable, unlimited-mileage limited warranty; extended coverage available with a Honda Protection Plan. Description *Honda's fuel economy estimates are based on EPA exhaust emission measurement test procedures and are intended for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you ride, how you maintain your vehicle, weather, road conditions, tire pressure, installation of accessories, cargo, rider and passenger weight, and other factors

Itulah tadi generasi dari masa ke masa Honda cb. Semoga Honda terus mencipatakan varian cb terbarunya!

thanks to: botakkinclong
Sejarah dan Evolusi "Sang legenda" Honda Cb dari masa ke masa Rating: 4.5 Diposkan Oleh: Junaefi Ridho
 

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