Honda Flush anyone ever heard of one?

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i have never seen one but the chassis looks like an elite 80, the beat looks cool too, totaly 80s for sure
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Clivester created a thread on the Honda Beat - water cooled 2 stroke http://www.hondaspree.net/phpBB3/viewto ... 35&p=98892

I saw the Flush when looking for pics, Might look better from other angles.
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that scoot looks hilarious. 'specially with those tiny 8" wheels
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mousewheels wrote:I saw the Flush when looking for pics, Might look better from other angles.
This is probably the best angle:
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that thing is awful... I like it! its like a mini elite 80 thats rounded. however if it was like the beat, and water cooled, i would buy it just to see how much i could squeeze out of it.
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It is supposed to be 50cc water cooled according to current owner. I am waiting on the go ahead to buy.
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* why not buy it? its unique,different,and all around cool if you ask me. if it does have 8" wheels n tires think i would see if 10" squeeze on there
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odinxxix wrote:* why not buy it? its unique,different,and all around cool if you ask me. if it does have 8" wheels n tires think i would see if 10" squeeze on there
yeah for sure see if you can fit 10's on it. from the pic of the tiny Japanese girl riding it for proportion, there's no way they are 10's. lord knows that if it is fast, the larger wheels will help with handling.
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No more cramped knees on long rides. I'd buy it with a spree engine just for that. I wonder if those panels would fit a nb50 frame :?:
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Clivester wrote:
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i really like this picture..... :love:
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martynkim wrote:It is supposed to be 50cc water cooled according to current owner. I am waiting on the go ahead to buy.
According to Honda Japan there were at least 3 scooter models that used the AB19E engine. They were the Flush (FX50) the FlushS (FX50MSD) and the Tacty (NH50D). The 2 Flush models had similar body styles. The Tacty was much like a Spree. The flush motor provided 5 hp while the Tacty was 4 hp. All were AIR COOLED. The Flush had 8" wheels according to specs.

You can see translated news releases along with specs for the Flush and Tacty at my web site.
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Clivester,
Yeah - much better angle and curves plus with the proper rider, that Flush is something to look out for :D . Good links to your site, specs are great, also the translations are funny. For example "high power and liter 100Km of 4 horsepower (30Km/h fixed area travelling test value) with actualizes the fuel economy which is said low."
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For $100 bux you really cant go wrong dude :|
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