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Well, the Interstate thrives; John Boy's old 75 750 Honda is still humming two years after I replaced the head gaskets, but I have a new project and a new problem.

I found a 1966 Honda 90 behind a barn in Oshawa. I am in the process of getting it documented, but I really need to know if any of that legion of junk collectors out there has a wiring chart for one of these old classics.

If you do, I'd love to get a private message from you.

Last, but not least, if Mr. Larramore is out there, are you going to be going to the bike show in January at the International Centre (or are any of the other "Toronto Old Reliables" going to be showing up?

I have missed this place.

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I would try Google Search for 1966 Honda 90!!

I pull up several page for Honda 90. Good Luck Lee
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Pm sent Dean!!
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Hi Dean ,I think we might have one in the workshop ,I will look tomorrow and see ..is it a step through or is it the regular motorcycle type(tank between the legs) ?Ciaran

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Step thru...Thanks, Dean

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The important stuff should be pretty standard as with any other Honda horizontal engine.


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This has been said a million times here, but this has got to be one of the most courteous; helpful, and downright friendly websites in the world for helping people out who have a common interest like bikes.

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We do not have one, But I have asked my bosses father ,he is extremely knowledgeable on the step thrus and still has parts for them ,he says there were 5 different types He is going to take a look and see if he can dig out a diagram for you ,I will get back to you ASAP ,Ciaran

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