1986-87 Honda VFR750F2

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  1. michael

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    Model: 1986 Honda VFR750F2

    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: 106.00 HP (77.4 kW)) @ 10500 RPM
    Transmission: 6 speed

    WHEELS
    Front Tire:
    110/90-16
    Rear Tire: 130/80-18
    Front Brakes: Dual disc
    Rear Brakes: Single disc

    DIMENSIONS
    Wheelbase:
    1480 mm
    Fuel Capacity: 20.00 litres (5.28 gallons)
    Dry Weight: 215.9 kg (476 lb)

    Original List Price: $5,287 US

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    The 750cc version of the '86-'87 VFR700F2 . Same color schemes available in the 750 models as in the 700 models.
     
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    Vfr 750 Fg

    This is my bike with a Leon Moss LEDAR pipe. I live in the UK near London and have owned this bike for 20 years (213th VFR built)
    Richard
     
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    I am the first owner of my 86 vfr,and have the road test in "CYCLE" in pdf.
    format. 4 MB.Anyone interested?
    Hansie.
     
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    I am please send to cvanblarcom@gmail.com
     
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    Gen 2 data

    Hi Midias, do you still have that road test PDF for the gen 2?

    I am looking at buying one and would like to do some study on them.

    any pertinent pointers on gen 2 ownership as well would be appreciated.

    kind regards

    RT
     
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    I have a few I have been tring to collect old articles about the VFR I will try to scan and send them to you just shoot me an email address. I can also forward you the one the other guy sent me.


    Would you believe 0-60 in 2.4 and the 1/4 in 10.95
     
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    thank you so much for doing that, i have downloaded the files off mediafile and am looking forward to reading them.

    the cycle guide cover was a 'blast from the past' and that yamaha on the front is the oddest bike ive seen in some time. but I did used to buy cycle guide and i do remember that they used to chrome plate their BOTY every year, which i thought was both amazing and ridiculous.
    i thought that the chromed Gen 1 was such a waste of a great bike!
    other notable winners from the early eighties were the BMW K1200RS and CBR 600(the first version) that i remember.
    cycle guide was one of my favourite reads !

    thanks again,hope i can return the favour one day.

    RT
     
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