1966 Honda RC166 Exhaust Engine Sound

Honda RC166 from 1966 250cc on 6 cylinder amazing sound

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Honda 6 cylinders RC166 1966 - Like F1
Honda 6 cylinders RC166 1966 - Like F1

Honda RC166 (1966) - 6-Cylinder 250cc GP Racer
Honda RC166 @ Twin Ring Motegi , Tochigi-pref. ,Japan , 11 July 2012 Let's enjoy 6-cylinder engine sound!!. ツインリンクもてぎで行われた走行確認テストの模様で す。 6気筒サウンド,痺れました。 カメラは Canon Ivis HF10 + x1.5 テレコン です。

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