Honda VRF750F Reviews
Product Type: Honda motorcycles
Newest Review: ... feel straight out of the packet) and change the camchain tensioner. (To the wusses at the local Honda dealership, It was easy ... more
Customer Honda VRF750F Reviews (2)
by - written on 07/06/03, updated on 07/06/03 (Very useful, 8417 readings)
The CBR 1000F was introduced by Honda in 1986 as it's biggest sports tourer after the first models of the VFR 750 became a bit of a reliability disaster, it ran until 1998 when it was relaced by the Blackbird. I have owned this bike a while now, a 1989 4 cyl 998cc fully faired behemoth of a machine, capable of stupid acceleration, (110mph in 2nd gear?) and 160 mph top end on the original 132bhp machines, later reduced to 125 bhp and made heavier just before the Blackbird came along. It offers comfort, speed, reliability, sturdyness, twin exhausts and have I mentioned reliabilty? Dubbed the flying fridge by some mags, I call mine the plastic rocket (you know, bits ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/05/02, updated on 06/06/02 (Useful, 1119 readings)
Having passed my test in mid '96, I had been searching for the 'right' bike for some time when I came across the VFR750. Recommended to me by a friend in the industry of bikes, I was hesitant at travelling the 50 miles to see it, however I made the commitment and off I went. I couldn't have made a better descion! The VFR is a tank of a machine and at 50,000 miles was only just beginning to come to life. Mine was an '89 F reg model with the dual sided swing arm (later superseeded by the single swing arm) which I found to give a better ride. In fact this first production VFR was a complete failure and so Honda went back to the drawing board and designed this ... Read the complete review
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