1984-85 Honda VF700F

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  1. michael

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    Model: 1984-85 Honda VF700F

    ENGINE
    Power: 81 BHP @ 10,000 RPM
    Torque: 6.2 kg*m (44.8 ft*lb) @ 8500 RPM
    Transmission: 5 speed

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

    DIMENSIONS
    Length: 85.0 in
    Width: 30.3 in
    Height: 47.8 in
    Wheelbase: 58.9 inches
    Dry Weight: 485 lb

    Original List Price: $3,498 US

    DESCRIPTION
    This U.S. "Tariff Beater" model was similar to the 1984-85 VF750F with the only external difference being no 750 designation in the graphics just the Interceptor name. Inside difference was shorter stroke, different cams, and ignition timing.
     
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    My first bike and I love it. I'm hooked...Now I just need another
     
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    What size are the front forks in mm ? It is for a universal headlight mount kit, Im makin it a street fighter, anybody know or how do I find out?
     
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    spanner let me know where you get your headlight setup. looking for a single or dual round streetfighter light set
     
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    Im riding one and I love it!
     
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