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The '''Honda MB5''' is a 50cc, 5 speed motorcycle that was only imported into the US for one year. It is, in fact, not a [[moped]] at all.  However, it fits into moped culture due to its small displacement 2-stroke engine.
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The '''Honda MB5''' is a 50cc, 5 speed motorcycle that was only imported into the US in 1982. I It is, in fact, not a [[moped]] at all.  However, it fits into moped culture due to its small displacement 2-stroke engine. Some features found on the MB5 were a speedometer, a tachometer (with a redline of 10,500 rpm), front disc brake, and Honda's Comstar wheels. The MB was the road oriented version of the Honda MT50.
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Revision as of 22:49, 1 November 2009

The Honda MB5 is a 50cc, 5 speed motorcycle that was only imported into the US in 1982. I It is, in fact, not a moped at all. However, it fits into moped culture due to its small displacement 2-stroke engine. Some features found on the MB5 were a speedometer, a tachometer (with a redline of 10,500 rpm), front disc brake, and Honda's Comstar wheels. The MB was the road oriented version of the Honda MT50.


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