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1974 Honda CT70 Thumper San Diego Area

Discussion in 'Buy / Sell / Trade - Other' started by CPM.boomer, May 1, 2012.

  1. May 1, 2012 at 12:32 PM
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    CPM.boomer

    CPM.boomer [OP] Well-Known Member

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    I am selling my street legal honda CT-70 which has been converted to be a 160 cc pit bike. since california doesn't allow small pitbikes to be street legalized, a buddy and I created this freakishly fast mini-moto. Its truly one of a kind. Loud as hell, and the motor is brand new. Unfortunately my friend got both of us into a car accident just recently and I injured my neck. My mom won't let me keep the bike anymore. I need parts for my white 09 dblcab. looking for any services or parts in the southern Cal area. need a rear bumper, possibly rear bed too. im not sure, I was in a small fender bender and the bed is tweaked up on one side but it may just be the bumper. I have it on craigslist for 2300 because of the amount of money it cost to get street legalized plus all the parts i have in it is up to almost 2500 not to mention the labor. Im willing to take any offers though seeing that this can really help my chance of fixing up my truck the way i want it and i have to get rid of the moto anyways.

    also looking for wheels, suspension components, etc. let me know if your interested.

    --Boomer


    Almost everything on the bike is brand NEW with a handful of rides on them, carb, wiring, motor, suspension components, electrical components, etc.

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    heres the link on craigslist san diego.

    http://sandiego.craigslist.org/csd/mcy/2989087895.html

    btw i said neck injury from wrestling b/c i dont want people thinking i got into a wreck with the bike.
     
  2. May 1, 2012 at 1:10 PM
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    661prerunner

    661prerunner Well-Known Member

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    FabTech C/Os, Solo tubular UCAs (on order)Solo spindles(not installed) Glassworks front and rear, made by me Rocksliders, Premier Navi,
    Thats a pretty decent price GLWS
     
  3. May 4, 2012 at 1:01 AM
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    ronman737

    ronman737 Dangerous

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    Bilstein HDs, K&N Drop in, fresh chassis, camper, 235/85s
    Bump! That thing looks really fun! Sorry to hear about the truck though.
     
  4. May 4, 2012 at 1:47 AM
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    chaos316

    chaos316 Well-Known Member

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    3" Revtek Spacer lift and aal, 18" Gear Alloy wheels, Nitto terra grapplers
    bump for the badassness!! Ive always wanted a street legal ct70.
     
  5. Apr 20, 2015 at 10:08 AM
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    euro911s

    euro911s 'Plays with Toys'

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    I used to have a a TRD supercharger on the Tacoma, converted back to NA when I bought the Tundra. The SC was tons of FUN!!!
    Moms and motorcycles typically don't mix. I went through that crap with my mom for over 40 years. She finally accepted the fact that I ride a few years ago and sent me a t-shirt from Tucson Harley :rolleyes:


    There's no problem registering the original 70cc bikes for the street in CA. I just sold one of my old basket cases to a friend a few months ago - he got it running, registered and is riding on the street now.

    Sorry about your truck ...
     
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