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Honda CS90 Racer


Posted on December 5, 2009 by Scott in Uncategorized. 1 Comment

Maejima “Ted” Takeshi the owner of Japanese Shop Ted’s Special has a passion for vintage Honda’s. Ted has been racing and restoring these little beauties for over a decade. Back in the 60’s the Honda CS90 was a bit of a legend. Powered by the Super Cub 90 engine and featuring a lightweight pressed steel frame, this machine earned a reputation for excellent performance in Japan. Although they only produced 8bhp, the ultra-lightweight (191lbs) CS90 was a pocket rocket. After Ted has modified them for the race track these classics become hypersonic Honda’s. Check the Ted’s Special gallery for more pics of these miticulously restored motorcycles. [Via HFL]








  • johny

    my father in law has a 90 with A neighbor. I tried to use last 2004. but i got some problems with its firing up every morning. but i never decided to throw it on the junkshop. It has problems with starting. it loses electtricity and has to be touched every morning. Same with our neighbor’s. any suggestion.