What is the engine on Honda VFR?
|Class||Sport touring motorcycle|
|Engine||782 cc (47.7 cu in) liquid-cooled 4-stroke 16-valve DOHC V4|
|Bore / stroke||72 mm × 48 mm (2.8 in × 1.9 in)|
How fast is a Honda VFR?
|Top speed & performance|
|Max torque||55.4 ft-lb|
|Top speed||150 mph|
|1/4 mile acceleration||–|
|Tank range||217 miles|
What kind of engine does a Honda VFR 750 have?
The Honda VFR 750 was a sport-touring motorcycle produced between 1986 and 1997. The fully- faired motorcycle was powered by a reliable 98 horsepower (73 kW) liquid-cooled DOHC V4 engine.
Is the Honda VFR750R RC30 a good race bike?
Of course, you may be searching for the Honda VFR750R RC30 – a legendary race bike. The new frame, swingarm, wheels and exhaust all cut 10kg (22lbs) from the VFR’s dry weight, but this is still very much sports-tourer instead of sportster. The ride is smooth, the handling neautral and predictable. Only the slightly soft suspension limits heroics.
Why did Honda change the VF700 to VF750F?
It was introduced as a complete redesign of the VF700/750F models to address some of the camshaft and bearing problems that had been associated with the first generation Honda V4 engines and improve Honda’s negative image concerning this engine.
Is a 1997 VFR750 a good all-rounder?
I owned an ’86 VFR 750 years ago but being young i didn’t appreciate what it offered. Now 12 years on, i own a ’97 VFR750 and it is a brilliant all-rounder bike. Handles the commutes to work as well as weekend trips all without fuss.