This bike is truly designed by Honda to create optimal performance and satisfaction during riding activity. CX 500 features a crankshaft configuration aligned longitudinally with the axis of bike, sometimes called a “flying” V-twin, because the cylinders point up on either side of the motorcycle but are not symmetrical. CX 500 engine combines a 10.0:1 compression ratio and 9,650 rpm redline with overhead valves and a camshaft nestled at the base of the V between the cylinders. This bike comes in 500–673 cc water-cooled longitudinal OHV80° V-twin, 4 valves per cylinder and is able to deliver 50 hp at 9500rpm with high low speed characteristics. Here is the wiring diagram of Honda CX-500 that consists of fuses, front brake lamp switch, engine stop switch, starter switch, lighting switch, ignition switch, CDI unit, alternator, pick-up, regulator/rectifier, dimmer switch, pass switch, horn switch indicator switch, oil press switch, neutral switch, thermo switch, spark plugs, indicator relay, rear brake lamp switch, starter monitor, stop warning unit, etc.
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