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2006 Honda Gold Wing on 2040-motos

YearYear:2006 MileageMileage:54 ColorColor: Burgundy
Location:

Denison, Iowa, United States

Denison, Iowa, United States

Honda Gold Wing tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,800 WarrantyWarranty:As Is No Warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Owner

Honda Gold Wing description

2006 Honda GL 1800 with Helmet.  Great condition.  Selling for a friend.  Clean nice bike well taken care of.  Email me with questions and I can email more pictures.  Pick up only.

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EICMA 2013: 2014 Honda CBR300R Revealed at EICMA

Mon, 04 Nov 2013

The new Honda CBR300R already made its world premiere earlier this month at the 2013 CIMAMotor show in China, but the entry-level sportbike has now made its European debut at the 2013 EICMA show, with full details and specs released. Follow the rest of our 2013 EICMA show coverage Replacing the CBR250R in most western markets, the new CBR300R offers an extra 37cc in displacement and styling inspired from the CBR1000RR. As we previously reported, the 286cc engine was achieved by increasing the stroke of the 250′s engine by 8 mm to 63mm and keeping the bore at 76mm.

Honda VTR-Powered Lawn Mower Claims 133mph Top Speed

Wed, 17 Jul 2013

Honda UK has teamed up with its British Touring Car Championship partner Team Dynamics to produce what it calls the world’s fastest lawn mower. The Honda Mean Mower is powered by a 996cc V-Twin engine from a VTR1000F Superhawk, leading Honda to claim a top speed of 133 mph and a 0-60 time of four seconds. Based on a Honda HF2620 lawn tractor, the Mean Mower uses an all-new 4130 chromoly steel chassis and bespoke suspension and wheels from a Honda ATV.

MotoGP to Standardize ECU Software in 2016 Season

Tue, 18 Mar 2014

MotoGP‘s Grand Prix Commission announced the series will adopt a standardized Engine Control Unit hardware and software programming for all entries starting with the 2016 season. At the moment, all teams are required to use a standard ECU hardware supplied by Magneti Marelli. Teams competing under the Factory option are allowed to use their own proprietary software programming while Open option participants must use standardized software.