Honda Nighthawk 450 Owners Manual 1982

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1982 honda nighthawk 450 specs
I have an electronic copy of the '79-'82 Honda Nighthawk CB 750 K/C/F/
SC Repair Manual. It's 54MB so kind of tough to email, but if someone
has a site they'd like me to upload it to, just let me know where and
how. Took me forever to find it online, but I got it and would like
to make it more widely available to fellow Nighthawk owners. I also
have a copy of the Honda Common Service Manual published in '88, but I
think that was much easier to find online, and not real useful.
I'm also looking for a copy of the user manual for the '82 CB750SC;
everywhere I've seen it online wants $$, and although I'd love to have
it, I just don't think I need it that bad that I'm willing to pay.
Jim

On Nov 5, 8:13 am, 'john st.' <[email protected]> wrote:
> I have recently traded a car for a 1982 650 Nighthawk.
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> The guy I got it off didn't have a manual, I'm wondering if anyone has a manual for this baby online somewhere?
> Thanks very much
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> john
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> >________________________________
> >From: Mark Engebretsen <[email protected]>

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Specs

Honda Nighthawk 450 Owners Manual 1982 Honda

Honda CB450SC
Manufacturer
ClassStandard
Engine
447cc, four-stroke, parallel twin, 3-valve per cylinder
Top Speed65 mph
Spark PlugNGK DPR8EA-9 '82-86 [1]
BatteryYUASA YB12A-A[1]
Transmission5-speed plus overdrive sixth speed
Final DriveChain: 530x106
Front Sprocket17T
Rear Sprocket36T
Front Tire3.25x19
Rear Tire4.60x16
Wheelbase 1450mm (57.1 in)
Seat Height 785 mm(30.9 in.)
Weight178 kg (392.5 lb) (dry),
Oil Filter K&N KN-401
Recommended OilHonda GN4 10W-40
Fuel Capacity12 liters (3.2 gal.)
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The Honda CB450SC is a motorcycle made by Honda starting in 1982. It is commonly known as the Nighthawk 450.

1982[edit]

1982 Honda Nighthawk 450
Honda Nighthawk 450 Owners Manual 1982


The Honda Nighthawk 450 designated CB450SC'82 was sold in 1982. Two colors were available: Candy Wineberry Red and Cosmo Black Metallic. The 'HONDA' wing tank emblem was gold. The tank and side cover stripes were chrome. The speedometer had a 85 mph (135 kph) limit. The wheels were highlighted black comstars. The front fender was chrome.


  • Carburetor: 30mm constant velocity
  • Suspension: VHD™ rear shocks Forks: Air-adjustable
  • The serial number began JH2PC054*CM000015.

1983[edit]

1983 Honda Nighthawk 450


The CB450SC'83 was sold in 1983 in one of two colors: Candy Wineberry Red or Black. The pinstripes on the red bike were black, but on the black bike they were gray. The Honda wing tank emblem was gold. The front fender was chrome. The wheels were cast alloy. The speedometer had a 105 mph (170 km) limit.

  • Engine: 447cc, four-stroke, parallel twin, 3-valve per cylinder
  • Carburetor: 30mm constant velocity
  • Transmission: 5-speed plus overdrive sixth speed
  • Suspension: VHD™ rear shocks Forks: Air-adjustable
  • Wheels: New cast alloy with tubeless tires
  • Wheelbase: 1450mm (57.1 in)
  • Seat height: 785 mm(30.9 in.)
  • Fuel capacity: 12 liters (3.2 gal.)
  • Weight: 178 kg (392.5 lb)
  • The serial number began JH2PC054*DM100001.

1984[edit]

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1984 Honda Nighthawk 450


  • Engine: 447cc, four-stroke, parallel twin Valves: 3-valve per cylinder Pentroof™ head
  • Balance: Dual counterbalancers
  • Carburetor: 30mm constant velocity
  • Transmission: 5-speed plus overdrive sixth speed
  • Suspension: VHD™ rear shocks Forks: Air-adjustable
  • Wheels: New cast alloy with tubeless tires
  • Wheelbase: 1450mm (57.1 in)
  • Seat height: 785 mm(30.9 in.)
  • Fuel capacity: 12 liters (3.2 gal.)
  • Weight: 178 kg (392.5 lb)
  • The serial number began JH2PC054*EM100001.

1985[edit]

1985 Honda Nighthawk 450
1985 Honda Nighthawk 450 (CB450SC) in Candy Empire Blue
1985 Honda Nighthawk 450 (CB450SC) in Candy Empire Blue
1985 Honda Nighthawk 450 (CB450SC) in Candy Empire Blue
1985 Honda Nighthawk 450 (CB450SC) in Candy Empire Blue

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1985 Honda Nighthawk 450 (CB450SC) in Candy Empire Blue


The CB450SC'85 was sold in 1985 in one of two colors: Candy Empire Blue or Candy Andromeda Red. The pinstripes on the blue bike were light blue, but on the red unit they were red. The Honda wing tank emblem was silver. The 'Nighthawk 450' side cover decal was silver and red. The front fender was chrome. The wheels were cast alloy. The speedometer had a 105 mph (170 km) limit. The engine was a 447cc 4-stroke SOHC 3-valve parallel twin. The transmission was a 6-speed. The serial number began JH2PC054*FM300001.

1986[edit]

Honda
1986 Honda Nighthawk 450


The CB450SC'86 was sold in 1986 in one of two colors: Candy Flair Blue or Candy Glory Red. The pinstripes on the blue bike were silver; but on the red bike they were black. The Honda wing tank emblem was silver. The 'Nighthawk 450' side cover decal was silver. The front fender was painted the basic color (blue or red). The wheels were cast alloy. The speedometer had a 105 mph (170 km) limit. The engine was a 447cc 4-stroke SOHC 3-valve parallel twin. The transmission was a 6-speed. The serial number began JH2PC054*GM400001.


References[edit]

  1. 1.01.12019 Western Power Sports Catalog. Western Power Sports. 2019.


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