Am I there yet? Nup. Not by a long-shot. And you know, with all this (potentially malicious) PDF spam you see pop in in the major search engines, it's even more important to have one centralised library for Honda documentation. Right here. :)
More? Okay! More is what you get. Here is a manual that covers the years 1959 to 1966 for the Honda C92, CB92, CS92, C95 and CA95! And if you wonder if there is more to be uploaded... There is more! :)
And another book has been added to the library! This time it is the parts list for the Honda CL77 from 1966. Last week, a lot has been added as well. Not only a lot of recall info, but also a list of spark arresters and much more!
MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY DEFECT RECALL CAMPAIGNS SEPTEMBER 9, 1966 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967
Clearinghouse order number PB 177 316 NHBB Recall Identification Number(s) 66—0003 to 66—0034
No. of recall campaigns: 2 No of vehicles: 32401
Bureau Identification Number: 67-0003 Model Type: CT-90 Notes: Motorcycle Model Year: Not Registered Reason: Possibility that transmission can be accidentally shifted from third to first gear (rather than fourth gear) causing abrupt deceleration at speeds in excess of 30 mph. (Replace shift drum stopper plate and stopper arm to preclude this occurrence.) Number of pages on file: 6 Vehicles recalled: 18572
Bureau Identification Number: 67-0034 Model Type: S90 Notes: Motorcycle equipped with Mikuni Kogyo carburetors Model Year: Not Registered Reason: Possibility that tightening of the nuts holding the carburetor to the aluminum inlet tube will cause a small amount of distortion in the carburetor body. This distortion may cause sticking of the throttle valve which may cause throttle to remain in open position after the throttle twist-grip has been closed. (Install modified throttle valve which eliminates the possibility of throttle sticking due to carburetor body distortion.) Number of pages on file: 10 Vehicles recalled: 13829
Publication source: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, Transportation Library, Northwestern University, Haiti Trust Digital Library
Because why not? I see it often in the datasheets and partslists and decided to get the Spark Arrestor Guide from 1976 from the library. There might be some two-stroke ones between them, but I think that's a forgivable mistake. Right? Right.