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YearYear:2002 MileageMileage:44 ColorColor: Red
Location:

Scottsdale, Arizona, United States

Scottsdale, Arizona, United States
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Honda Interceptor tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):800 TypeType:Sport Touring For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Honda Interceptor description

2002 HONDA VFR800 112 RWHP 69 FT.LBS. torque dyno tested by AAMP Performance. I have a video of it on the dyno if you want to see it.
In great shape with lots of mods. It has been my dependable baby but I just had major back surgery and doc says no more sportbike. I wasn't planning on ever selling it but now it will only go to waste so I would rather have someone who appreciates that wonderful 180 degree crank V-4. It sounds just like a V-8! 

I'll list most of the mods, way more than the bike is worth. I know you can't get that back so I am listing it at a fair price. It has been reliable and very dependable. Just took it on a cross country trip to Florida averaging 45MPG! I don't want to sell it, I told my son I wanted to be buried with it! :-) Really I just won't be able to ride it ever again due to my back... Older adult owned and babied only down once in 2011 on one side but replaced beyond Honda specs, no frame damage just some cosmetics. Some very light scuffs here and there but all fairings in great shape.

Title notarized and ready to go.

Here are the upgrades:
K&N filter, 
PAIR Mod, Air box flapper and snorkel mod, Hayashi stage 1 cams and valve adjust 2000 miles ago, Fuel pressure regulator new, Fuel injectors bench flow tested and cleaned, Remapped ECU by HRC, New cam chain tensioners, NGK Iridium plugs new, Barnett carbon clutch new 2000 miles ago, Factory recall on wiring harness done by Western Powersports Honda , Upgraded Ricks stator 550 watt, Custom MOSFET regulator, Mobil 1 Synthetic oil 10w40 changed 1000 miles ago K&N oil filter, Evans waterless coolant, Newer RK chain and sprockets with 17 tooth front sprocket for freeway gas mileage have the 15 tooth also, Put on the 15 tooth front sprocket and it's a wheelie machine! Racetech front and rear springs for 200lbs person, G2-R gold valves on front forks and rear shock 4000 miles ago, Custom adjustable pegs in red, Upgraded light bulbs all 4 for superior night riding, Battery tender plug and always plugged in and garaged see pics, 3 RAM mounts for your phone, radar detector and gps, 2 power accessory ports, Mirror extenders and blind spot mirrors, Heated grips, Grip puppies foam grips, Custom German made tank bra, Custom Sargent seat and stock seat, Passenger seat cover with brand new spare, Five Point rear luggage rackLED bulb tail/stop light and lic. plate light EBC Super HH pads front and back less than 2000 miles on them Delkevic custom polished stainless steel exhaust Gutted catalytic converter


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