VFR 750 street fighter vs CBR1100 drag race
Me on my vfr racing my friend on his CBR 1100 black bird he launched too
hard an did a massive power stand so i took the lead then he flew past
about 3/4 track at 130mph :) go the vfr!
supercharged vfr 800
playing around with the go-pro and realizing that the stock clutch cannot
handle 200hp so the second run up was about 75% throttle. kinda
disappointed but as soon as i figure out how to run a CBR1000RR clutch i
will post a better video but this gives you a taste..
Honda NC30 Dyno Test HD
This is my 1989/90 Honda NC30. This is a re-shoot of the bike on the Dyno with a far better
camera than the one I made the original video with a few years back. In HD
and with a proper shielded microphone I am hoping to better capture the
sounds of a little 400cc Honda V4 spinning its crank up to almost 15k rpm
and its gear driven cams at half of that speed. The bike is fully
de-restricted with HRC ignition box, proper jetting for the 100 Low Lead
aviation fuel it is set up to burn, snorkel removed from airbox for more
intake noise and a random M4 carbon slip on pipe that just happened to be
the right size to fit on the stock Honda 4:2:1 Exhaust collector. The bike makes a whopping 54
bhp but is one of the most fun to ride bikes I have ever had the pleasure
of beating on. None of the suspension internals are stock in the forks and
the rear shock is a Penske. Supermoto take off tires are perfect with the
NC35 17 inch rear wheel spinning in the single sided hub. God, I love this
bike, the sound is amazing and you pretty much have to try to crash one at
the track to do any damage. Total mileage on engine and chassis is close
to 30k miles!
Honda VF500F INTERCEPTOR
HONDA INTERCEPTOR 500 de 70hp, caja de 6ta, embrague Hidraulico, 4
cilindros en V, un verdadero chiche!!!
Honda NT650GT HAWK - TBR Dyno Runs 6-2010
Two Brothers Racing recently purchased an original condition, box-stock
1990 Honda NT650GT HAWK with only 250 miles on it. It was the perfect bike
for us to get current data for the developement our new HAWK Exhaust system.
I hate the 2010 Honda VFR
Normally, I do my best to avoid cursing, but I was a bit overly passionate
about my disdain for the aesthetics of the new VFR. So please avoid if you
have children around or sensitive ears
2008 Middleweight Sport-Touring Shootout BMW F800ST vs Honda VFR800 Interceptor - Motorcycle Review
2008 Middleweight Sport-Touring Shootout BMW F800ST vs Honda VFR800
Interceptor - Motorcycle Review
Motorcycle.com rode from Los Angeles to Monterey, CA on a BMW F800ST and a
Honda VFR800 Interceptor. After more than 900 miles of twisties and fast
pavement, we compare these two middleweight sport tourers. Competitive in
price, performance and comfort, it's in the details where these bikes
differentiate from each other.
Read the full comparison at Motorcycle.com.