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2004 Honda Rc51 Rvt 1000 on mail.2040motos

$6,589
YearYear:2004 MileageMileage:5000 ColorColor: Red
Location:

Norfolk, Virginia

Norfolk, VA
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Honda RC51 tech info

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Honda RC51 description

2004 HONDA RC51 RVT 1000, The RC51 was described as "packed with race-age technology" by one motorcycling journalist. The engine is a 999cc dual overhead cam V-twin unit with two fuel injectors and four valves per cylinder. Power is delivered to the rear wheel by a close-ratio, six-speed transmission. The chassis is constructed from aluminum alloy, being a twin-spar design. *Not For Sale*Demo Bike*Demo Account*Do Not Call*Bike Not For Sale*Testing Ad Info!!

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