The Honda SS125A was a motorcycle manufactured by Honda from 1967 through 1969. The SS125A was based on the Japan only Honda CS125 along with two other variants, the CD125 and the CL125, all three of which shared many common components with the CS125. The larger capacity CD175 was also similar in design, up to 1969, although with more touring-orientated styling. In spite of its stylish appearance, the motorcycle was criticised for lack of performance, and was effectively superseded by the CB125 in 1971.

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  • The Honda SS125A was a motorcycle manufactured by Honda from 1967 through 1969. The SS125A was based on the Japan only Honda CS125 along with two other variants, the CD125 and the CL125, all three of which shared many common components with the CS125. The larger capacity CD175 was also similar in design, up to 1969, although with more touring-orientated styling. Although the variants shared common components, many were unique to this range and, combined with the relatively short production run, can make spare parts difficult to obtain today. Certain items, such as silencers (mufflers) for the low slung exhaust are very rare and command a premium when sold. In spite of its stylish appearance, the motorcycle was criticised for lack of performance, and was effectively superseded by the CB125 in 1971. (en)
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  • Japan
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  • Single leading shoe drum front and rear
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  • 1969 (xsd:integer)
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  • 9.400000 (xsd:double)
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  • air-cooled SOHC parallel twin
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  • Pressed steel "T-bone" type frame
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  • Six volt points
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  • @ 10,000 or 10,500 rpm
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  • Honda CS125
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  • 1967 (xsd:integer)
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  • Honda CB125, CB125K
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  • Rear: twin shocks
  • Front: telescopic front fork
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  • Front: 2.75 x 17
  • Rear: 2.75 x 17
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  • 4 (xsd:integer)
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  • The Honda SS125A was a motorcycle manufactured by Honda from 1967 through 1969. The SS125A was based on the Japan only Honda CS125 along with two other variants, the CD125 and the CL125, all three of which shared many common components with the CS125. The larger capacity CD175 was also similar in design, up to 1969, although with more touring-orientated styling. In spite of its stylish appearance, the motorcycle was criticised for lack of performance, and was effectively superseded by the CB125 in 1971. (en)
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  • Honda SS125A (en)
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  • Honda SS125 (en)
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