1994


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  • allan68

Posted June 26, 2004 - 02:14 PM

#1

Anybody know if there have been any MAJOR updates with the 650L since '94?
I beleive it is the same frame, suspension and motor.
Besides, maybe cosmetics and carbs I think they are essentially the same. Rear disc in'94?

Any insights, let me know as I can make a great score on a '94 with only 8000 kms.

Al

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  • MotoChris521

Posted June 27, 2004 - 02:11 AM

#2

Yeah,they are all basically the same.I bought a new one in '94,sold it to buy my house in '95.Bought a used '94 in '98 and kept that till last year when i bought my current one,a '03.
'93 was the first year.
'94 they lowered the rear 1/2"
they all have front/rear disc brakes
just checked out the'05 on honda's w/s
same o, same o :thumbsup:
please Honda ,upgrade this bike ,O.K.
13 years and your still giving us the same old bike.
You don't pull that s*#t with your sport bikes/MX bikes ! :devil:





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