1983 Honda VF750F

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    Model: 1983 Honda VF750F

    ENGINE
    Type: 748 cc, V4, 4-stroke
    Cooling: Liquid
    Bore x Stroke: 70.0 x 48.6 mm (2.8 x 1.9 inches)
    Compression Ratio: 10.5:1
    Power: 86 BHP @ 10,000 RPM
    Torque: 46.3 ft*lb @ 7500 RPM
    Transmission: 5 speed

    WHEELS
    Front Tire: 120/80-16
    Rear Tire: 130/80-18
    Front Brakes: Dual disc
    Rear Brakes: Single disc

    DIMENSIONS
    Wheelbase: 1495 mm (59.9 in)
    Ground Clearance: 160 mm (6.3 inches)
    Fuel Capacity: 19.00 litres (5.02 gallons)
    Dry Weight: 221 kg (487 lb)
    Curb Weight: 243 kg (536 lb)
    Top Speed: 216.0 km/h (134.2 mph)

    Original List Price: $3,498 US

    DESCRIPTION<!-- / message -->
    Debut in U.S. and world markets. 16" front wheel, 18" rear wheel, silver alloy painted Steel Perimeter (Twin Spar) frame (Similar to GSXR or Honda NS500 frame), Single rear shock w/ 2 sided Alloy swingarm, 1/2 upper fairing with chin or belly fairing, 360x crank, chain driven cams, 4/2 exhaust system with a HUGE, overweight collector box in the middle. The forks had TRAC mechanical anti-dive mechanisms. One cool feature was the fuel petcock which was built into the left side of the tank. Colors were red and white w/red stripes and blue and white w/blue stripes (U.S. models). Canada/Europe got combos of the colors (i.e. mostly blue with the small red strip instead of same color blue stripe or red w/ blue stripe). American models were outfitted with cast rims while European models recieved bolt together "Comstar" wheels that featured large "plates" drilled with holes, attaching the hubs to the rims. They were gold anodized.<!-- / message -->
     
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