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The Honda CB650 was a 627 cc four stroke motorcycle produced from 1979 to 1985. It featured a four-cylinder SOHC air-cooled wet sump engine, with two valves per cylinder.
The CB650 was a development of the CB550, itself derived from the even earlier CB500. The CB650 was the last of Honda’s successful series of air-cooled SOHC fours that began in 1969 with the Honda CB750.
The CB650 produced a claimed 63 hp @ 9.000 rpm.
In 1980, the CB650 was re-styled but there were no significant mechanical changes. After 1981, the CB650 had a modified cylinder head and new CV vacuum carburettors, and the bike was now available in either standard or custom configurations.
Honda CB650 ‘Black Dog’ (1982)