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Perfectly maintained 2000 VFR, recent chain and sprockets replaced at 50K, radiator flush and oil change at 55K, new Michelin PR3 with less than 700 miles on them, new Barnett clutch with less than 500 miles on it. The bike has Heli bars with heated grips a Sargent seat along with a Zero gravity windscreen. Bike was backed into while parked and tipped over which resulted in a small dent in the tank. The left fairing was cracked so I had it replaced and while it was off the bike I had the upper cowl and both side fairings repainted. I have the original seat and windscreen if interested. Great bike I'm simply getting to old for that riding position, fly in and ride home.
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Moto blogTue, 07 Oct 2014 00:00:00 -0700
American consumers hoping Honda would replace its NC700X with the larger-displacement NC750X will be disappointed to know they might have to wait until the 2016 model year to get the 75cc engine upgrade. The California Air Resources Board has granted an executive for the 2015 Honda NC700X, certifying the motorcycle for sale in the state with the same 670cc engine displacement it had since being introduced in the 2012 model year. Now, this doesn’t mean Honda won’t decide to certify the 745cc engine after all; manufacturers resubmit and recertify models all the time, often replacing models are adding additional model using the same engine.Wed, 10 Sep 2014 00:00:00 -0700
Pirelli’s relationship with the World Superbike Championship started in 2004 and will carry on through 2018, as the Italian company will continue to supply tires for every class of the championship. What follows is the official Pirelli press release. Pirelli has been confirmed as the Official Tire Supplier for all classes of the eni FIM Superbike World Championship having won the tender organized by Dorna, promoter and organizer of the World Championship, in agreement with the FIM, the International Motorcycling Federation.Mon, 14 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700
Honda Project Leader Shunji Yokokawa's first Honda bike was a CB900, which he got when he was a teenager after seeing Freddie Spencer wheeling his way down the Laguna's Corkscrew.Yokokawa has been in the States himself recently, having travelled to the Bonneville Salt Flats to break a world land speed record for a stock 600cc motorcycle.According to the Southern California Timing Association website (you'd have thought the video might have mentioned something about the record?), Shunji was successful in his attempt during August's 'Speed Week', setting an official speed of 170.828mph onboard a CBR600RR.
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