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Black Honda Dominator duel sport road trail bike Motorbike NX650 Dominator 1996 & what it's worth information

What is it Worth for a Black Honda Dominator duel sport Honda Motorbike NX650 Dominator 1996. For this estimated value the Black Honda Dominator duel sport Honda Motorbike NX650 Dominator 1996 must be similar or match the information provided.

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Black Honda Dominator duel sport road trail bike Motorbike NX650 Dominator 1996

 

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What is it Worth for a Black Honda Dominator duel sport Honda Motorbike NX650 Dominator 1996. For this estimated value the Black Honda Dominator duel sport Honda Motorbike NX650 Dominator 1996 must be similar or match the information provided.

Description : Black Honda Dominator duel sport Honda Motorbike NX650 Dominator 1996

Honda NX650 Dominator 96 model engine rebuild and refurbishment

Here we have a Black Honda Dominator duel sport that has just been completed from a full engine rebuild and component refurbishments.

These adventure tourer / road trail bikes are a blast to ride, plenty of 650 grunt and handle awesome & almost bullet proof.

The Domi has had the following work completed:-
- Brand new intake insulator manifold from Honda.
- Completely rebuild head valves and seats re ground.
- New OEM cam chain tensioner and fresh rocker arms & cam chain.
- Brand new pro x crank kit fitted and balanced.
- Freash Engine bearings
- Gear box rebuilt with replacement shaft & gears
- Freshly bored out and fitted with a higher comp Wiseco piston kit. 9:1 - 102.4mm
- Engine seals.
- Re jetted and rebuilt kehin cv carb
- Front Forks re bushed with new seals from pyramid parts.
- replacement rear shock from a 99 model. Very good unit!
- K&N air filter.
- Freshly painted 2k gloss black frame and fairings & decals. And all accessories painted.
- Custom seat reupholstery.
- Great wheels and Tyres 95% tread, dot approved road nobbies.
- New CDI module new rectifier $$
- New caliper kit fitted and brake pads

The Dominator, launched in 1988, is a middleweight 'dual sport' bike, with a torquey, air-cooled single-cylinder engine in a simple, trailbike chassis. Less capable off-road than its styling might suggest, the Dominator is best kept on the Tarmac, where its long-travel suspension and trail-type wheels and tyres work well on poorly surfaced roads.

A compact half-fairing moulds into the fuel tank, giving smooth, aerodynamic looks, while a brushed aluminium bashplate under the frame and twin underseat 'shotgun' silencers complete the attractive styling.

The engine is rather dated: its four-valve design is unchanged since 1988, and while the big single is strong low-down, it becomes breathless over 115km/h (70mph)

AT THE BEGINNING of every stretch of tatty, twisty B-road should be a sign saying 'Beware of the Dom-inator'. Then at least the poor little racer-replicas straying from the smooth and curvy might have some inkling of what is going to happen to them. As it is, they are Dommie-fodder. Before racey-boy has time to regret trying to scratch on a horrid bumpy lane, the lurking Dominator swoops past him in a flurry of flying chippings and boinging suspension. Resistance is useless; the Honda will not be caught by anything. Not by EXUPs (far too scary), not by DR350s (way too slow), not by Super Tens (tons too heavy). It turns twisty B-roads into Donington Park with hedgerows.

The Dominator really is that good. On the right road everything works in its favour - low weight, relaxed torque, fine handling — and you can see why Honda have only made minor alterations since it arrived in 1988. This year's model is a good example of Dommie evolution, getting a much needed extra three liters fuel capacity (raising tank range above the 100 mile mark), new fairing bodywork with integral indicators, a side stand warning light, and a better designed cargo rack/ grab rail; Honda wisely deciding not to fix what ain't broke.

Even when compared with younger, more technologically advanced rivals like Yamaha's XTZ660, the Dommie still manages to impress. Firstly, there's that engine. An air-cooled, four-valve radial head motor with a dry sump may not have
rival engineers marveling at Honda's automotive genius, but you should see the wheelies. Never mind slipping the clutch, all you have to do is open the throttle as you're doddering along in first, and bingo, you're airborne, immature and grinning. A low first gear helps, but the engine's eagerness below 5000 rpm is stunning, pulling keenly in all the gears.

Towns can be blitzed. Squeezing through traffic is simple thanks to the engine being so slim that on the left hand side there's room between the bash plate and motor for Honda to stash the toolkit, and the steering is light and
accurate enough to make U-turns a laugh instead of a chore - the new upper fairing makes it look slightly top heavy, but the Dommie never feels it. And if you ever need to pull briskly away from traffic lights... whoops, just a little wheelie there.

Once out of town, take the first B-road available. The long travel suspension is at its best soaking up mid-hairpin potholes and bumps, but manages not to get overly wall-owy as you power out of faster bends. Bridgestone Trail Wings give ample grip and feedback, and only feel as though they might get naughty when the Dommie is banked over and accelerating hard out slow corners. In fact, the suspension set-up feels sophisticated and firm enough to cope with much faster corners, but by 70mph the engine is running out of puff and beginning to sound clattery.

Cruising at 80 is comfortable, with the aerodynamically improved fairing leaving just your head and shoulders in the wind and a balance shaft getting rid of most of the tingles, but the lack of acceleration getting there from 70mph makes overtaking a swine. Motorways are not Dommie territory, and if Honda is thinking of doing a serious revamp, a good start would be to give the SOHC motor some kick near the 7000rpm redline (without diminishing the low down power, or increasing the weight, of course).

 

 

While chuntering along your new found country lanes, it's amazing how many bridleway signs you'll notice. And no matter how often you repeat to yourself 'ignore the bash plate and disc protector, this is a road bike', you'll go down one. If it's dry, you and the Dominator stand a good chance of escaping undented, but otherwise, forget it. The bike's lightness lets you get away with plenty of silliness on hardpacked dirt (although the rear shock bottoms out at the mere hint of a jump), but the Bridgestone Trail Wings are rendered completely useless by damp mud — open the throttle to lift the front wheel over a small log and the last thing you hear before diving over the bars is the whirr of a spinning rear Bridgestone.

Another incentive to steer clear of the dirty stuff is that thanks to this year's changes, dropping the Dommie on anything solid could prove expensive. A low speed slide and-drop of the '91 model would have seen off an indicator, a bar-end and maybe a lever. One of the first drop victims is now the bulbous new fairing upper - unlikely to be the cheapest item on the new spares list.

Considering its age, the Dominator seems pricey at , £4061 compared to Yamaha's more sophisticated Tenere at £3953. But look closely at the Dommie and you'll see where the money goes: gold anodi-sed wheels, rich paintwork, classy switch gear and clocks, and the general high class build (though one of the frame welds looked like a Friday afternoon job). Steer clear of motorways and sloppy mud and you're onto a winner.

WHAT IS IT WORTH IN MONEY INFORMATION

SELLING – If you want to sell this item or similar expect to get between the following amounts if selling on-line: Between $4000 Australian and $4250 Australian in good used condition

BUYING – If you wish to buy this item on-line or a similar item on-line it’s a bargain if less than the following amount: $4000 Australian in good used condition

PAYING TOO MUCH– if more than: $4500 Australian in good used condition

VALUE – This items full estimated value at the date of posting taking into account on-line and offline prices: Our estimated value is Between $4250 Australian and $4350 Australian in good used condition

BRAND NEW PRICE IF AVAILABLE - older model

BRAND NEW PRICE online download - n/a

KEEPING – If you’re thinking about keeping this item or a similar item for it to grow in value we suggest the following Waiting for at least 75 years for this item to grow in value!

AUCTION START PRICE – If you’re thinking about selling this item on-line at an auction site we suggest a minimum starting price of $3500 Australian in good used condition

IS THIS ITEM RARE ON A SCALE OF 1 to 10 (10 is extremely rare) 5

TIPS FOR GENUINITY - Photos if online, long detailed description, good selling reputation

IS THIS A POPULAR ITEM ( 1 = not popular / not wanted 10 = Highly popular / wanted item ) - 6.5

ONE SOLD ONLINE FOR - AU $3,450.00 Reserve not met [ 18 bids ] 22 December 2016

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