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More library updates!

Todays updates and additions are:


  1. Owner's manual for Honda ANF125 (2009)


  1. Owner's manual for Honda RC51 (2006)
  2. Parts list for Honda VTR1000SP1 (2001)
  3. Wiring schematic for Honda VTR1000SP1 (2001)

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Additions and updates to the library

While working on the next version on this website, I am also still adding files to the library for you! This is what has been done this morning:


  1. Better version of the workshop manual for the Honda NQ50 Spree and specified the year range


  1. Workshop manual for Honda CHF50 Metropolitan (2002-2006)
  2. Workshop manual for Honda CN250 (1993)
  3. Workshop manual for Honda SA50 (1988-1991)

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Time to resume work!

I've done my part in saving a lot of websites for the SUCHO project and now it is time to focus on this website again and on riding my new motorbike. Which... is a bit of a drama. But I'll get back to that on a later moment. So yeah, e-mails will be answered more quickly and the adding of manuals to the library will resume as well.

Thank you all for your patience and understanding! <3


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Current events

My passion is to archive data that, as has been proven in the past, can vanish in an instance and so I'm currently involved in saving the digital heritage of the Ukraine. My machines are working around the clock and storing websites that store cultural data. This means that my recources to do other things are getting more limited.

Secondly, with current events in the Ukraine, I'm not really in the mood to do other things than to collect and store data for this project. I need to focus on that and my own work to pay the bills.

That said; send your money to registered organisations that help Ukranians
in need and let's genuinly hope things are not getting worse.

I'm sure there are more websites with lists, but this one was found first.
Verify the cause/foundation/charity before donating.

I'll be reading my email once a week, so have patience. Thank you for understanding. I might put some new stuff on the website now and then still when I feel like it. :)

Honda has top class (1972)

From: The Broadcaster, November 28 1972, page 37 page24907999 the broadcaster 281172 p37 clip

Honda has top class

Honda's newest four-cylinder motor cycle, the 350cc CB350F is good news from the front wheel to the rear. Honda's smallest four is as high in sophistication as its big brothers (the CB500 and the CB750) and is a pleasure to ride and to look at.

The CB350 Four is not just a scaled down 500 or 750. There are many significant differences apart from the reduction in size. The frame is a semiduplex with a single front downbar as against the full duplex frames of its brothers. Engine castings and frame placement differ and the fuel tank was designed with an individuality all of its own.

And why a silent traveller? Because the four cylinders generate 32 bhp at 9500 rpm at no more than a purr. Rev high or rev low, nobody notices, including the rider.

It is in town that the CB350F best shows itself. With its five speed gearbox and wide torque range it cruises comfortably and smoothly on the road but does not get upset in the stop-start daily drag through the city.

All controls respond easily and in correct progression and the 10-inch hydraulic disc brake is positive immediately.

Top speed is not the major performance feature of the CB350F, with a maximum speed of 86 mph. Acceleration is outstanding for a 350cc motor cycle, with a standing start quarter mile of 16.4 seconds and from rest to 50 mph in 6.8 seconds.

And with braking to match no bike better fits town traffic. There is little missing in standard equipment and accessories.

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