How to Drain the Carburetor Bowls on a 1995 Honda Nighthawk 750?

Answer Draining your motorcycle's carburetors of old fuel is one of the first steps in reviving a bike that has been parked for an extended period of time. If your 1995 Honda Nighthawk 750 has been sittin... Read More »

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How to Drain the Transmission Fluid on a 1995 Honda Civic EX?

The 1995 Honda Civic -- the final year of the Civic's fifth generation -- came in six trim levels: CX, DX, LX, EX, VX and Si. The 1995 Honda Civic EX came in both a two- and four-door model. The 19... Read More »

History of the Honda Nighthawk?

Honda introduced the Nighthawk model motorcycles in 1982 with three different engine sizes: 450 cc, 650 cc and 750 cc. The Nighthawk models were an extension of Honda's CB line of in-line four-cyli... Read More »

How to Change the Oil in a 1982 750 Honda Nighthawk?

Honda as well as motorcycle mechanics alike recommend that motorcycle oil be changed every 4,000 miles. Honda aficionados agree that if the oil is kept clean, the 750 Nighthawk will run forever. It... Read More »

How to Change the Oil on a 1986 Honda Nighthawk S?

Honda's 1986 CB700SC--better known as the Nighthawk S--features an oil-cooled, four-cylinder motor that provides enough performance to match the motorcycle's aggressive styling. Keeping the motor w... Read More »