Honda SL70 Specifications, Review, Top Speed, Picture, Engine, Parts & History

Honda SL70 Specifications, Review, Top Speed, Picture, Engine, Parts & History

Honda SL70 Review 

Honda SL70 Model is a Small Enduro Motorcycle Manufactured by Honda. This Motorcycle Was Produced From the Year 1971 to 1973. This Motorcycle Has an engine of Four-stroke, Air-cooled, Single cylinder, 72cc engine. The Motorcycle Engine is capable of giving around Maximum Power of  9500 rpm. Honda SL70 Has been Added 6.44 Horsepower. This Motorcycle is used on a Manual Clutch. The 4-speed manual transmission has been added to the Motorcycle. Honda SL70 is available in Summer Yellow, Aquarius Blue, and Light Ruby red ETC Colors.

    Honda SL70
    Kick Start services added This Motorcycle. The Motorcycle is capable of reaching a maximum top speed of 52 kmph. Its tire sizes are 2.50-16 on the front and 2.75-14 on the rear. Drum Brake System services Have added to Both Sides As for stopping power, the Honda SL70 braking system includes an Expanding brake Drum at the front and an Expanding brake Drum at the rear.

    Honda SL70 Key Features

    1. ENGINE Displacement 70cc
    2. MAXIMUM POWER 9500 rpm
    3. TOP SPEED 52 Kmph

    Honda SL70 Photos

    1971 Honda SL70

    1972 Honda SL70

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    Honda SL70 Technical Specs

    More Specification
    Bike Brand Honda
    Model Name SL 70
    Year 1971 - 1973
    Bike Type Enduro
    Brand Origin Japan
    Engine Type 70cc, Four-stroke, Single-Cylinder
    Displacement (cc) 72cc
    Maximum Power 6.44 HP (4.8 KW) @ 9500RPM
    Maximum Torque
    Stroke 4 Stroke
    Starting kick
    Bore & Stroke
    Compression Ratio
    Cooling System Air
    Ignition Breaker points, 6 volts
    Brakes Drum
    Front Brake Expanding drum
    Rear Brake Expanding drum
    Wheels and Tyres
    Front Tyre Size 2.50-16
    Rear Tyre Size 2.75-14
    Dimension and Weight
    Overall height
    Overall length
    Overall width
    Weight 69 kg (dry), 54 kg (wet)
    Seat Height
    Ground Clearance
    Milege and Performance
    Top Speed 32 mph (Est.) (52 kmph)
    Fuel Capacity
    Recommended Oil Honda GN4 10W-40
    Fuel Type Petrol
    Fuel Supply Carburetor
    Features Value and Safety
    Speedometer Analog
    Electricals and Transmission
    Battery YUASA 6N2A-2C-3 YUASA '73
    YUASA 6N2A-2C (71-72)
    Head Light Yes
    Tail Light Yes
    Gear 4
    Clutch Manual clutch
    Final Drive Chain
    Spark Plug NGK C7HSA
    Chassis and Sprocket
    Frame Type
    Front Sprocket 13T
    Rear Suspension 44T
    More Specification
    Bike Colours Candy Riviera Blue, Fire Red, and Candy Yellow (73)
    Summer Yellow, Aquarius Blue, and Light Ruby red (71 - 72)
    No. of Cylinders 1

    1972 Honda SL70 Review Video

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    1. I had a blue 1972 in 1973 it would easily go 50+mph these websites that say 32mph are just plain wrong. I was 11 and weighed approx 120 lbs.

      1. You're right, I had a red 1972 and I know it went faster then 32mph, it was more like 50 mph easily.

      2. Mine was clocked by a cop on radar 62 mph lol I was 12 in Detroit suburbs My first ticket ever in a 25 going 62 . I did not stop till it was in my Dads Garage he was home they wanted to impound the bike . Dad told them no its home in the garage not with out a warrant . Cop gave me a ticket had to go in front of the Judge . fine of 45 $ 6 months probation was told if I was caught riding on the city street they take the bike and never get it back . little to say never was caught, 4 just like mine in the hood .

    2. This information is officially claimed.

    3. I bought one new in 1972, I rode it, my dad tried it, my grandfather had a ride on it, my kids learned to ride on it, and now my son is restoring it for my granddaughter, even though it is still in running condition,
      Truly a well built motorcycle to have 5 generations of use.