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Honda Motorcycles
Super Sport CB92, CB125, SS125

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CB92 The CB92 Benly Super Sport 125 was sold from 1959 to 1962 and came in two available colors: Silver with Red (and a Black seat) or Silver with Blue (with a Red seat). The gas tank, side covers, and front fender were silver. The front forks, frame, and rear fender were red or blue. A small windshield was mounted to the square headlight. The early models had alloy gas tanks, fenders, and side covers. The engine was a 124cc OHC parallel twin linked to a 4-speed and fueled by a single carburetor. The serial number began CB92-010001
CB92R The CB92R Benly S.S. Racer 125 was sold from 1961 to 1962 and came in one color Silver with Red with a black seat. It had a solo racing seat. The exhaust pipes were chrome megaphones. The tachometer replaced the speedometer in the headlight housing. As a modified racing version, the horsepower was increased over the CB92. The engine was a 124cc OHC parallel twin linked to a 4-speed and fueled by a single carburetor. The serial number began CB92R-200001
CB125S0 The CB125S0 was sold in 1973 and came in two available colors: Candy Topaz Orange or Candy Peacock Green. The gas tank stripe was white and black. The fenders were chrome. The front brake was a drum brake. The instrument was only a speedometer. The ignition used breaker points. The engine was a 122cc OHC single cylinder with a one-piece cylinder head. The transmission was a 5-speed. The serial number began CB125S-1021922.
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Clymer: Honda 100-350Cc Ohc Singles, 1969-1982 by Eric Jorgensen, Sydnie A. Wauson (Photographer), Ed Scott
CB125S1 The CB125S1 was sold in 1974 and came in just one color: Candy Topaz Orange. The gas tank had a black panel with white pinstripes. The diamond-shaped side cover wing emblem was red. The front brake was a mechanical actuated disc. The fenders were chrome. The instruments now had both a speedometer and a tachometer. The ignition used breaker points. The engine was a 122cc OHC single cylinder with a one-piece cylinder head. The transmission was a 5-speed. The serial number began CB125S-1021922.
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Clymer: Honda 100-350Cc Ohc Singles, 1969-1982 by Eric Jorgensen, Sydnie A. Wauson (Photographer), Ed Scott
CB125S2 The CB125S2 was sold in 1975 and came in just one color: Candy Riviera Blue. The gas tank had a black panel with white pinstripes. The "CB125" side cover emblem was white and yellow. The chrome rear shock cover was deleted. The fenders were chrome. The front brake was a mechanical actuated disc. The instruments now had both a speedometer and a tachometer. The ignition used breaker points. The engine was a 122cc OHC single cylinder with a one-piece cylinder head. The transmission was a 5-speed. The serial number began CB125S-1021922.
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Clymer: Honda 100-350Cc Ohc Singles, 1969-1982 by Eric Jorgensen, Sydnie A. Wauson (Photographer), Ed Scott
CB125S'76 The CB125S'76 was sold in 1976 and came in just one color: Aquarius Blue. The "HONDA" gas tank decal was red with a white outline. The "125S" side cover decal was white and red. The seat color was dark brown. The instruments had just a speedometer. The fenders were chrome. The front brake was a mechanical actuated disc. The ignition used breaker points. The engine was a 124cc OHC single cylinder with a 2-piece cylinder head linked to a 5-speed transmission. The serial number began CB125S-1300009.
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Clymer: Honda 100-350Cc Ohc Singles, 1969-1982 by Eric Jorgensen, Sydnie A. Wauson (Photographer), Ed Scott
CB125S'78 The CB125S'78 was sold in 1978 and came in only one color: Fire Red. The gas tank stripe was orange, yellow, white, and black. The "CB125S" side cover decal was yellow and white. The fenders were chrome. The front brake was a mechanical actuated disc. The instruments had just a speedometer. The ignition used breaker points. The engine was a 124cc OHC single cylinder with a 2-piece cylinder head linked to a 5-speed transmission. The serial number began CB125S-1500003.
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Clymer: Honda 100-350Cc Ohc Singles, 1969-1982 by Eric Jorgensen, Sydnie A. Wauson (Photographer), Ed Scott
CB125S'79 The CB125S'79 was sold in 1979 and came in one color: Light Ruby Red. The gas tank stripe was red and black. The "CB125S" side cover decal was red and black. The front brake had a single leading shoe. The fenders were chrome. The instruments had just a speedometer. The ignition used breaker points. The engine was a 124cc OHC single cylinder with a 2-piece cylinder head linked to a 5-speed transmission. The serial number began CB125S-5000001.
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CB125S'80 The CB125S'80 was sold in 1980 and came in one color: Light Ruby Red. The "HONDA" decal and stripe were gold with a black outline. The "CB125S" side cover decal was gold and red with a black outline. The fenders were also Red. The turn signal housings were black plastic. The instruments had just a speedometer. The ignition used breaker points. The engine was a 124cc OHC single cylinder with a 2-piece cylinder head linked to a 5-speed transmission. The serial number began JC04-5100001.
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Clymer: Honda 100-350Cc Ohc Singles, 1969-1982 by Eric Jorgensen, Sydnie A. Wauson (Photographer), Ed Scott
CB125S'81 The CB125S'81 was sold in 1981 and came in just one color: Black. The gas tank stripes were red and gold. The "HONDA" and "CB125S" decals were solid red. The instruments had just a speedometer. The turn signal housings were black plastic. The electrical system used a CD ignition. The engine was a 124cc OHC single cylinder with a 2-piece cylinder head linked to a 5-speed transmission. The serial number began JH2JC040*BK700005.
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Clymer: Honda 100-350Cc Ohc Singles, 1969-1982 by Eric Jorgensen, Sydnie A. Wauson (Photographer), Ed Scott
CB125S'82 The CB125S'82 was sold in 1982 and came in just one color: Candy Imperial Blue. The gas tank stripes were light blue and dark blue. The "HONDA" and "CB125S" decals were gold. The instruments had just a speedometer. The turn signal housings were black plastic. The electrical system used a CD ignition. The engine was a 124cc OHC single cylinder with a 2-piece cylinder head linked to a 5-speed transmission. The serial number began JH2JC040*CK800002.
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Clymer: Honda 100-350Cc Ohc Singles, 1969-1982 by Eric Jorgensen, Sydnie A. Wauson (Photographer), Ed Scott
CB125S'84

CB125S'84
The CB125S'84 was sold in 1984 and came in just one color: Turuna Red. The fuel tank pinstripes were white and dark blue. The wing decal was gray and white. The headlight was round. The instruments had just a speedometer. The turn signal housings were black plastic. The electrical system was now a 12 volt.
Engine: 123cc single-cylinder, OHC four-stroke
Ignition: Solid state CD ignition
Transmission: Wide-ratio five-speed
Seat: Long plush seat for two-up riding
Wheelbase: 1270mm (50 in.)
Seat height: 760mm (29.9 in.)
Dry weight: 99 kg (218.2 lb)
The serial number began 9C2JC1303ER010001.
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Clymer: Honda 100-350Cc Ohc Singles, 1969-1982 by Eric Jorgensen, Sydnie A. Wauson (Photographer), Ed Scott
CB125S'85 The CB125S'85 was sold in 1985 and came in one color: Turuna Red. The tank, side cover, and rear fender stripes were blue and white. The "HONDA" and "CB125S" decals were white. The headlight was rectangular. The instruments had just a speedometer. The turn signal housings were black plastic. The electrical system was now a 12 volt. The high tension electrical system used a CD ignition. The engine was a 124cc OHC single cylinder with a 2-piece cylinder head linked to a 5-speed transmission. The serial number began 9C2JC1308FR110001.
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Clymer: Honda 100-350Cc Ohc Singles, 1969-1982 by Eric Jorgensen, Sydnie A. Wauson (Photographer), Ed Scott
SS125A The SS125A Super Sport 125 was sold from 1967 to 1969 and came in one of three colors: Candy Red with Silver, Candy Blue with Silver, and Black with Silver. The gas tank and fenders were silver. The frame, upper forks and headlight case were the basic color (red, blue, or black). The swingarm and shock covers were also the basic color. The "SS125" side cover emblem was red and white. The engine was a 124cc OHC twin linked to a 4-speed transmission. The carburetor was a single CV. The serial number began SS125A-100001.
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Clymer: Honda 100-350Cc Ohc Singles, 1969-1982 by Eric Jorgensen, Sydnie A. Wauson (Photographer), Ed Scott