Drag Racing 1/4 Mile times 0-60 Dyno Fast Cars Muscle Cars

Last ride on the 1983 Honda VF750 Interceptor


 


More Videos...


1983 Honda vf750, v45 Interceptor, GoPro 2
Just got this 1983 vf750, v45 Interceptor. Has not been ridden in many years so not running as well as it should. Each time i ride this bike the performance improves, pleasantly surprised with this level of performance after almost 30 years with an average of 650 miles a year...... Since this ride a mechanic has tuned it but weather won't permit a test.





Project Spooky - A 1985 Honda Interceptor Project - Part 1
This is the first video of our Project Spooky build. Project Spooky is a 1985 Honda Interceptor VF700F we've been holding onto for awhile waiting for some time to work on it. Starting with this video, you'll be able to watch as we bring new life into this motorcycle. We'll be polishing some of the aluminum parts, powder coating others, and generally bringing the Interceptor up to something road worth again. High resolution images and more about the build can be found at http://coyotecycleworks.com/spooky.html





V45 MAGNA
動作確認





3 Cylinder Kawasaki H1 Mach 3 500
was hanging out at my shop with a couple of guys on a Saturday in April, suddenly a call comes in on the business line. The fellow at the other end new i might be interested in a motorcycle his friend has that has been sitting for 22 years in a garage and the owner needed to raise some cash.. Just over $1000....i was reluctant to commit figuring anyone who owns an H1 surely must know what they have so figured it was in bad shape. The seller's friend said he would bring the bike over and see if i was interested. as soon as i saw 'er i knew that it was love at first site and a cheap date at that. we put a new battery in it, gas and oil. looked at the spark plugs but did not do anything to them, not even clean them. put new fuel lines in as the old ones were cracking. took 'er outside this morning and got nothing on the first kick. kicked again and she fired but did not run for long. the third kick was the one, i knew at that point she would run til out of gas. The guy that that brought it over probably made some money on it too, God Bless them both....





RESTAURACION HONDA VF 750 F
Video de la restauración de la honda VF750F.





1975 Kawasaki H1 First Ride Since 1991
was hanging out at my shop with a couple of guys on a Saturday in April, suddenly a call comes in on the business line. The fellow at the other end new i might be interested in a motorcycle his friend has that has been sitting for 22 years in a garage and the owner needed to raise some cash.. Just over $1000....i was reluctant to commit figuring anyone who owns an H1 surely must know what they have so figured it was in bad shape. The seller's friend said he would bring the bike over and see if i was interested. as soon as i saw 'er i knew that it was love at first site and a cheap date at that. we put a new battery in it, gas and oil. looked at the spark plugs but did not do anything to them, not even clean them. put new fuel lines in as the old ones were cracking. took 'er outside this morning and got nothing on the first kick. kicked again and she fired but did not run for long. the third kick was the one, i knew at that point she would run til out of gas. Now the bike just needs a front brake caliper and a better front wheel. New Tires are absolutely necessary even though the tires look like they have less than a thousand miles on them, they are very old.





VF 750 F Interceptor - My old Friend (83')
A short video before rebuild...





84 VF750F Fuse
Hard to find replacement 30A Fuse for 80's Honda (Japanese) bikes. Well where I am anyways.





1984 Honda VF 750F Interceptor
Powered by the V-4 that captured the hearts of the sportbike enthusiasts of the 80's. A quick walk around with startup and a little roll around the parking lot.





Honda VF 750 F Interceptor
Honda VF 750 F interceptor modelo 82, 24000km, 750cc, 86 caballos de fuerza





Honda VF 750 F Interceptor 1983
My Interceptor! This is a very good old Honda, a great material for renovation as it has some flaws.





Honda 1985 Interceptor 750
Bike For Sale: Honda 1985 Interceptor 750 $2800cnd o.b.o.





1983 Honda Interceptor VF750
There were two kinds of sport bike riders in 1983. Those who owned a VF750 Interceptor, and those who lusted after one. Armed with newly developed Honda Grand Prix technology, such as a track-inspired fairing, 16-inch front wheel, rectangular-section perimeter frame, single-shock rear suspension and anti-dive front suspension, the Interceptor was a back-road rapier among pocket knives. Power was cutting edge. As the first liquid-cooled engine in any sportbike, the Interceptor's 90-degree V-four spun out an amazing 86 horsepower, making the bike quicker in the quarter mile and faster on top than its peers. In a top-gear roll-on, the Interceptor flat crushed them, and, in so doing, exploded the notion that high-performance sportbikes had to have narrow powerbands crowded close to the redline. Those triple-disc brakes were regarded as the best brakes on any mass-produced street bike. When the pavement turned twisty, nothing else measured up. And if you felt like crossing a time zone or two, the Interceptor was versatile, smooth and comfortable enough for the job. Still, its toughest job was racing. New AMA rules required that Superbikes be built from street-going 750s, so Honda's radical Interceptor arrived with the heart and bones of a champion. Losing 70 pounds and gaining over 40 horses in race trim, the new V-4 was equally omnipotent on the track. In 1983, its rookie year as an AMA Superbike, the VF750F won eight of 14 Nationals, and would begin a legacy of Honda V-4 dominance unequaled in AMA Superbike racing. That original Interceptor, through its racing and sales success, proved that Honda's integrated design approach worked as well on the track as it did on the street. Fast, agile, comfortable, perfectly balanced, the Interceptor began a Honda design philosophy that created a line of sportbikes with tremendous performance and street civility, a line leading straight to the aluminum-frame, fuel-injected 800 Interceptor in Honda's 2000 lineup. Even if you weren't old enough or lucky enough to experience the Interceptor in 1983, the magic lives on in Honda's sportbike line, and it's better than ever!





VF 750 F Interceptor - My old Friend (83') part 3
...it is almost ready...





Honda - VF Interceptor 750 - Personal work.
Honda - VF Interceptor 750 Mijn eerste video over dingen die zijn gedaan aan de motor. Wegens het onverwacht filmen kwam er nog niet veel uit me. Beter filmpje met volledig live verslag komt spoedig.




Which car is faster? Which Car is Faster?





Similar 1/4 mile timeslips to browse:

2007 Honda Interceptor VFR800: 10.957 @ 124.550
Jonathan Mravic, Engine: stock, Supercharger: N/a Turbos: N/a Tires: Crappy Bridgestone bt23


1994 Honda Interceptor VFR 750 rc36: 11.735 @ 117.180
Joe,


1998 Honda Interceptor : 11.897 @ 114.040
Justin Kimbrough, Engine: 800cc, Tires: Conti-Road Attack Rear 180


2006 Honda Interceptor Vtec: 12.022 @ 114.110
Alex,


1974 Jensen Interceptor MK 111: 12.512 @ 108.930
Tony Morgan, Engine: 440 ci, Tires: Street ET's


1973 Jensen Interceptor MkIII: 12.710 @ 110.200
Gnter Duacsek, Engine: 500ci BB Chrysler, Tires: 8inch Hoosier slicks


 


©2014 DragTimes - Disclaimer