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The Honda CB100 has a 4-stroke, single cylinder engine. It runs on straight gasoline, so you don't need to add any 2-stroke premix when you fuel up. On the other hand, you'll probably want to check your valve clearances about every 1500 miles or so--these little engines get run pretty hard, and valves out of adjustment will rob you of desperately needed power. With only 1 cylinder and 2 valves, this doesn't take long at all, once you've done the job a few times.

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