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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.


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V45 Magna head - tensioner - cam install
I haven't uploaded the valve adjustment video yet.

HONDA VF750F ヨシムラ エンジン音

Video de la restauración de la honda VF750F.

83 Honda VF750F Interceptor 099

7 000 km, 525 litres d'essence, un chargement porté à 472 kilos avec pilote passager et bagages, un train de pneus rincé jusqu'à la corde, la France, l'Espagne, le Maroc, la Mauritanie, voilà le traitement de faveur que nous avons réservé à la nouvelle VFR 1200 F pour savoir ce qu'elle avait vraiment dans le ventre dans sa version 100 chevaux.

VFR 750 GoKart
Jetz is unser Kart endlich so weit fertig. Der Auspuff und die Lenkradschaltung sind neu. Ist jetzt nur eine kurze Testfahrt bis wir endlich eine richtige Strecke gefunden haben.

Magna carb cleaning with a submersible pump
Cleaning float needle passages on a V45 Magna without removing the carbs (hopefully). My memory card ran out, more to come...

Celano - Ovindoli in honda vf 750 custom
Celano - Ovindoli in honda vf 750 custom

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.

Мотоцикл JAWA 350640 «MOSKVA». Ява 350.
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1996 Honda VFR 750 F on board. Calafat 12-05-2013
Circuit de Calafat. Near l'Ametlla de Mar (Spain). On Michelins Pilot Power and Road 2CT. Ixil Exhaust. First day with her on track ^^

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!

GoPro3 Honda VFR800 VTEC
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VF 750 F Interceptor - My old Friend (83')
A short video before rebuild...

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

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