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Discussion in 'Western US and Canada' started by Jimihendrixxx, Mar 22, 2019.

  1. Jimihendrixxx

    Jimihendrixxx New Member

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    Just bought an old 1982 Honda Seca 750, was wondering if anyone could help me get it running again? I have cash to offer or other things to trade you. Call Evan at 815-274-6181 if you can help me out!
     
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    k-moe Pie, Bacon, Burbon. Moderator Premium Member

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    Those Honda Secas are extremely rare. Might be very valuable.:)
     
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    Maybe the typo was Honda Sabre 750
     
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    Typo! My bad, it is a Yamaha.
     
  6. Timbox

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    Welcome to the forum. Yes the folks here can help you out, but part of that help has to do with you. There is a lot of information in the upper right hand link of each page. Click on that and take your pic from all that information.

    If you do have a question, please make it clear to us readers and if you can with pics....We love pics.

    https://www.xjbikes.com/forums/threads/the-information-overload-hour.27544/

    That link is for the Information overload hour....lots of good reading about these bikes.

    Hope to hear from you soon on you wrenching on that Seca.
     

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