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1977 - Trail 125


1977
 
The 1977 Honda CT125 '77 was imported into the United Satates for only one year, even though it had a production run from 1976 to 1985 and was sold in other countries around the world (usually for "farm" use). The CT125 is actually an XL125 with a more confortable and lower seat, the frame, gas tank, fenders and side covers were painted Shiny Orange, instead of the XL's black frame color, and it had the transmission gearing from a TL125, where the first two gears are spaced close together for low speed operation (no Dual Range Sub Transmission). The CT125 came with a chrome tube style rear cargo rack, and 19" front wheel, instead of the XL's 21" front wheel. Also specific to the CT125 is the large mud flaps on both the front and rear (not present in the photos below), an enclosed drive chain guard, and steel handlebar lever guards.
 
 
Model ID
CT125 '77
Common Name
Honda Trail 125
Serial or VIN Number Begins At
CT125-1010366
Engine Size
124 cc
Engine Type
Overhead Camshaft
Carburetor Type
High Altitude Knob Present
No
Fuel Petcock Positions - ON RES OFF
Jets - Factory - Other
Transmission Speeds
5 Speeds
Transmission Shift Pattern (Toe)
Manual Clutch
5
4
3
2
N
1
High - Low Gearing Option
1st & 2nd gearing, close and low (see speedometer).
Suspension Front
Inverted Telescopic Shocks
Suspension Rear
Telescopic Twin Coil Over Shocks
Speedometer Highest Speed
80 mph
Speedometer Indicator Lights
Green = Neutral
Amber = Turn Signals
Blue = High Beam
Speedometer Trip odometer
No
Brake Activation Front
Right Handlebar Lever
Brake Activation Rear
Right Foot Lever
Rear Cargo Rack, Size & Shape
Large Tube Style
Handlebar Rotates
No
Handlebar Color
Chrome
Paint Color
Shiny Orange
Auxiliary Gas Tank
No
Turn Signals
Yes
 
Other Unique Features
Large Mud Flaps, Front & Rear

 

Right Side
 
 
Left Side
 
 
Front
 
 
Rear
 
 
Engine Right Side
 
 
Engine Left Side
 
 
Seat
 
 
Speedometer
 
 
 
Rear Cargo Rack
 
 
 
Air Box and Tank Decals
 
 
Front Suspension
 
 
 
 


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