Q: How can I make my Honda CT110 go faster? A: We here at Lambda Motorcycles err on the side of caution when recommending performance items for the CT110. The CT110 is a reliable and fairly low maintenance bike which makes it very popular and well loved. Some performance items on the market take away … Read more
Q: Why did Australia Post change their postie bike from the Honda CT110 to the Honda NBC110 Super Cub? A: It wasn’t Australia Post’s decision to make the change. Honda decided not to manufacture them anymore as they were only exporting them to Australia for Australia Post to use. So they didn’t want to continue … Read more
Q: Do the Honda NBC110 run an oil filter? A: No they do not have an oil filter but they have a screen just like the CT110’s. See Also: Q: What Engine Oil does the NBC110 require? SHOP NBC110 OIL FILTER SCREEN Oil Filter Screen GENUINE HONDA for Honda CT110 & NBC110Postie Bikes SHOP … Read more
Q: What is the top speed for the Honda NBC110 Super Cub? A: Top speed is about 80km/hr on the flat.
Q: Can I put E10 fuel in my Honda NBC110 Postie? A: There was a bulletin issued by Honda in June 2015 recommending to NOT use E10 petrol in the super cubs. Stating that E10 may adversely effect the bikes performance. Honda recommends using fuels with an octane level of 91 or higher in the … Read more
Q: What size drive chain do the Honda NBC110 Super Cubs use? A: 420 pitch, 102 link. It appears that the OEM maker of the drive chains is D.I.D which really are the best brand of drive chain on the market. See Also: Q: Can you put a different chain on the NBC110 (chain … Read more
Q: What Engine Oil to use in NBC110? A: We use the same as the Honda CT110’s, 10W40 semi synthetic. We highly recommend Motul oil, been using it for almost 10 years but Shell is also fine. See Also: Q: What happens if you overfill when changing the oil in a NBC110? SHOP NBC110 … Read more
Q: Where can I find the Year Model of my Honda NBC110 Super Cub? A: The year model / compliance plate is located very inconveniently on the front side of the steering head pipe behind a plastic guard behind the headlight and speedo. You can not read it without taking all this gear off.