Honda Motocompo

Regular price $5,500.00
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***Local pickup in Austin, TX is available for free. Buyer must arrange and pay for shipping***

The Honda Motocompo is the smallest folding scooter ever produced by Honda. Built from 1981 - 1983 the Motocompo was designed to fit (and fold) into the rear hatch of the Honda City. Only 53,369 Motocompos were ever produced. You don't see a whole lot of Motocompos, especially in the US. This one is extra collectible since it's running.


All major components have been cleaned and or rebuilt. Carburetor rebuilt. Fuel tank cleaned and flushed with Milkstone acid. Oil pump assembly removed and cleaned. Systems checked for proper function. Test ridden and tuned. Bike is running as intended and ready for sale. 

Recently completed work

  • Replaced battery
  • Replaced carburetor choke cable end
  • Replace / Rebuild petcock
  • New spark plug - Denso W14FP-L
  • rebuilt carb assembly

Production 1981-1983
Engine AB12E 49 cc (3.0 cu in), air-cooled, two-stroke, single cylinder
Power 2.5 hp @ 5,000 rpm
Torque 0.38 kg-m @ 4,500rpm
Transmission single-speed, automatic clutch
Tires 2.50-8-4PR
Dimensions L: 1.185 m (46.7 in)
W: 0.535 m (21.1 in)
H: 0.910 m (35.8 in)
Weight 42 kg (93 lb) (dry)
45 kg (99 lb) (wet)
Fuel capacity 2.2 L (0.48 imp gal; 0.58 US gal)
Oil capacity 1.0 L (0.22 imp gal; 0.26 US gal)
Fuel consumption 70.0 km/L @ 30km/h
Turning radius 1.3 m


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From our customers


100% impressed over and over again by Jeff & Co at Revival. They’re patient and kind no matter the enquiry (currently resto-modding an R100/7 and have LOTS of questions about the Motogadget rewire) and go out of their way to offer creative solutions and out of the box thinking. I will forever return and recommend Revival.

Theo B.
North Vancouver, BC

I cannot recommend Revival Cycles enough. Not only do they have a great assortment of gear and accessories but they provide superb customer service. I was having some difficulty making it work... Jeff pointed out what I was missing and also provided schematics to make it work. Thank you guys very kindly, your crew rocks.

Svend P.
Santa Fe, NM

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