Complete Engine From 1979 Honda Cm400a Motorcycle As-is on 2040-parts.com
York, Pennsylvania, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:cm400a
Complete engine from a 1979 Honda CM400A motorcycle. This engine came with a complete motorcycle that I purchased. I was told that this engine has only around 5000 miles on it but I have no way to prove that and I can not guarantee it. It was removed from the bike because the oil drain plug was over-tightened and the threaded neck broke out of the case (see close-up photos). That all makes sense, but again, I can't guarantee any of it and the engine is being sold as-is. Engine turns free but that's all I can say about it. I planned on doing a compression test but my tester does not fit that size spark plug hole. You would have to tear it down anyway because of the broken case. I removed the starter motor so that is not included with the engine. Also missing all of the bolts for the stator cover. For local pick up here in York, PA 17406. Call my cell with any questions (717)873-8019.
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