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1986 Honda Interceptor on 2040-motos

US $3500
YearYear:1986 MileageMileage:4 ColorColor: White

Roslyn Heights, New York, United States

Roslyn Heights, New York, United States
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Honda Interceptor tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):500 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Sport Bike For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Honda Interceptor description

NO RESERVE FOLKS!! 99 cents to start! Too many toys. Here is a great VF500 with 4k original miles. Great for project, parts, or restoration. Prime for engine swap street fighter or trick bike. Clear title and clean vin tag. Bike currently not running. Come and see it before you bid. MESSAGE ME WITH ANY QUESTIONS.
Here Are some specs for you gear heads:

The Honda VF500F (badged as "Interceptor" for the US and Canada market) is a 498 cc displacement sport motorcycle manufactured from 1984 to 1986.[2] It is widely regarded as one of the finest handling motorcycles of the 1980s.[3]

It was part of Honda's family of first generation V4 engine motorcycles (Interceptor - VF400F VF500F VF700F VF750F VF1000F). The VF500F was derived from the Japanese market VF400F (400 cc engine). It is not simply an overbored and/or overstroked version of the VF400F.

VF500F V4 motor

The engine as well as the cycle are entirely specific, with very few common parts. The Honda VF500 engine was also used almost entirely unchanged in the Magna V30 standard motorcycle during the same two years.

The VF500F was produced for the North American and European markets. The European market version also had a VF500F2 model which utilized a full fairing, whereas the VF500F had an upper half fairing with a lower cowl in front of the motor.

The VF500F utilized a skeleton square tubular steel frame with conventional forks and a rear mono-spring/damper suspension using a cast aluminum swingarm. It used a 16-inch front wheel with a 100/90-16 tire for reduced rotational inertia to make steering easier. The rear wheel is 18-inch with a 110/90-18 tire.

It was replaced by the CBR600F "Hurricane" motorcycle in 1987.

General information
Model:Honda VF 500 F
Rating:68.8 out of 100. Show full rating and compare with other bikes
Engine and transmission
Displacement:497.00 ccm (30.33 cubic inches)
Engine type:V4, four-stroke
Power:70.00 HP (51.1 kW)) @ 11500 RPM
Top speed:199.0 km/h (123.7 mph)
Bore x stroke:60.0 x 44.0 mm (2.4 x 1.7 inches)
Valves per cylinder:4
Fuel control:Double Overhead Cams/Twin Cam (DOHC)
Cooling system:Liquid
Transmission type,
final drive:
Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels
Front tyre:100/90-16
Rear tyre:110/90-18
Front brakes:Dual disc
Rear brakes:Single disc
Physical measures and capacities
Weight incl. oil, gas, etc:206.0 kg (454.2 pounds)
Fuel capacity:17.00 litres (4.49 gallons)

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