Name this bike if you can.

Moto1980

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marusho worked for honda originally

they say the marusho lilac 350 became the inspiration for the cx500 mr hondas betterment of marushos design


https://www.google.com/search?q=marusho+lilac+350&sa=X&biw=1366&bih=635&tbm=isch&imgil=mOCE87okZXbCQM%253A%253ByPUHbnBATiLw-M%253Bhttp%25253A%25252F%25252Fcx500forum.com%25252Fforum%25252Fgeneral-discussion%25252F4149-marusho-lilac-2.html&source=iu&pf=m&fir=mOCE87okZXbCQM%253A%252CyPUHbnBATiLw-M%252C_&usg=__IYE-_V50gbrQdp4ld5sIb2-Ujs4%3D&ved=0ahUKEwjXwbSS_KXRAhVITCYKHZEZATwQyjcIJQ&ei=JZhrWJebCsiYmQGRs4TgAw#imgrc=mOCE87okZXbCQM%3A

if anyone is interested

http://www.marusholilac.com/
 
Moto1980 said:
Not a Magma it didn't have electric start.

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Where do you see electric start? If it had one, the starter would sit on top of the motor to engage the flywheel. That's without a doubt a Marusho Magnum. Here's the one in Barber Museum...

32658_1966_marusho_magnum_400.jpg


The Marusho Magnum Electra did have electric start. You can see it on top of the motor. It also had updated valve covers...

Marusho-Magnum-Electra-Left-Side.jpg
 
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