Honda 110i Wave.

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stevew
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Honda 110i Wave.

Post by stevew » Sun Jan 08, 2017 10:10 pm

New to me today.
Ex delivery bike so plastics are pretty shot but everything else seems to work well
It's an April 2014 bike with 19760 miles. Back brake was way off so new shoes in there, done this evening.
Going to need new sprockets and chain and the caliper cleaning out.
Otherwise its fit to go :P

First impressions are that it has a lot more mid range power and about 5-10mph faster than the Cub.

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bikerbaker
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Re: Honda 110i Wave.

Post by bikerbaker » Sun Jan 08, 2017 10:19 pm

Look forward to seeing it kitted out for overland expeditions. :D :D

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Re: Honda 110i Wave.

Post by onittino3 » Sun Jan 08, 2017 10:35 pm

Nice one Steve, looks good, cant wait for you to let me a have ago on it :D :D

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George
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Re: Honda 110i Wave.

Post by George » Mon Jan 09, 2017 3:28 pm

Here it is! :D

How is it? I wanted to get one to commute... almost did. Maybe I can have a go on it. :D ;) :P

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AE86
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Re: Honda 110i Wave.

Post by AE86 » Mon Jan 09, 2017 7:29 pm

Are these FI or carbed? If it's FI, the 110's over here have issues with the HT lead for some reason and always have to be snipped, but other than that, solid bike. Two family members have 110's and both are holding up well, one with 40 or 50,000 km and hasn't been maintained well.

Looks nice, 110s are great engines, and as you mention more torque from the much longer stroke.

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Re: Honda 110i Wave.

Post by Rattle » Mon Jan 09, 2017 9:05 pm

Nice one Steve ,you,ll be amazed at the fuel economy ,I am on the Innova :D

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Re: Honda 110i Wave.

Post by stevew » Mon Jan 09, 2017 10:49 pm

AE86 wrote:Are these FI or carbed? If it's FI, the 110's over here have issues with the HT lead for some reason and always have to be snipped, but other than that, solid bike. Two family members have 110's and both are holding up well, one with 40 or 50,000 km and hasn't been maintained well.

Looks nice, 110s are great engines, and as you mention more torque from the much longer stroke.
FI here in the UK..............Euro 3 and all that crap :roll: :roll:

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Re: Honda 110i Wave.

Post by stevew » Mon Jan 09, 2017 10:57 pm

Oh, what a day. raining all day here but some good garage time;-

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What's more that back rest on the top box works for the rider ;) :) ;) :)
Will try for some sharp piccies soon.
That's what comes from rushing about trying to keep the phone dry !!

Just need a windscreen now, anyone got one going spare ?

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Re: Honda 110i Wave.

Post by Andrewwoey » Mon Jan 09, 2017 11:15 pm

It looks very nice. The lift up rear carrier is a great idea. It should cope well, when loaded up with all your camping gear.

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bikerbaker
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Re: Honda 110i Wave.

Post by bikerbaker » Tue Jan 10, 2017 10:46 am

Stickers. That's what's missing!

Hope you will also publish the results of the mirrors evaluation test too. :D

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