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If cm400e means cubic meter and electronic what does cm400t mean What does cb400 mean?

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E = Economy (no tachometer, spoke wheels) T = Tachometer (has a Tach, spoke wheels) A = Automatic Transmission (spoke wheels) C = Custom (deluxe version of the model, mag wheels and Tach, Gold Wing on tank, two tone paint)

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