Rc30

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  1. speed

    speed Active Member

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    Hello Everyone in VFRworld,
    I got this picture for vfrsally's profile so thank you sally i hope you don't mind.
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    I love the tail section on this RC30 bike and the foot pegs and shifter and brake peddle being moved back.
    Now my question is dose any of you know where i can buy the tail section and kit to move the foot controls back ???? and maybe a set of wheels like these, dose any one have any of this setting around and willing to sell it ? please drop me a PM and lets get it handled .
     
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    that bodywork looks disturbingly similar to a Cobalt Racing solo seat tail section. its the same one that i have on my bike, and for the 86-89 bikes, the Cobalt tail section makes a hell of a difference. i cant remember the contact info off the top of my head, but i know that if you look around this site youll find it.
     
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    the tail section is from colbalt racing (check ebay for VFRchuck), the wheels are CBR F2 (wheel conversion), and the foot controls i dont know but i like.
     
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    I hate to be the one to say it, but that bike is NOT an RC30.

    The RC30 has a single sided swingarm, and is much more "rounded" than that bike.

    I think that is a VFR-750 repli-racer, circa 1987.
     
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    i think youre right on the money with the exception of the fact that what we're looking at is a RWB vfr750, which i believe was only built in 1986. bottom line, this is not an RC30 by any means. i will say however, somebody has done a hell of a job either restoring the bike or keeping it in what looks like great race-ready condition.
     
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    Yep, good eye, thats' not an RC 30 Nice but not an RC30. I'm with you on it being a clean example of the 2nd generation, 1st gen gear driven cams supersport machine.
     
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    Not an RC30 ...

    Hello:

    I agree, that is not an RC30. As to contact information for Chuck Crites it is:

    Chuck Crites
    Cobalt Racing
    20824 Ringgold Southern Road
    Circleville, OH 43113
    740-474-9256
    e-mail: vfrchuck@bright.net

    Gray Market
     
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    That bike is an actual replica of the Bubba Shobert VFR750F (RC24) that Honda had build and was given away in a draw at Laguna Seca. Mind you there were no actual HRC parts on the bike, but still very nice and a very luck guy indeed.......:drink:
     
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