FOR SALE: 1983 Honda V65 Magna VF1100C Fastest Production Bike in 83! Honda of Chattanooga
Worlds FASTEST Production Motorcycle in 1983!
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1983 Honda V65 Magna VF1100C
Miles - 23,248
KG Engineering adjustable backrest
HondaLine windshield available
The bike runs like a top!
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My Honda V65 Sabre 1985
My new Honda V65 Sabre 1985 I just bought today! 6 Speed 1100cc, fastest
bike from late 80's! Just love my new motorcycle! By the way It's my first
bike but I'm 6'6" and 280 pounds!!! Finally a bike that fits me well! Also
Motorcycle Briefcase made by Honda!!!
I think Tony Stark has one of these as well.
mykarz: "...those scooters actually came as an optional accessory with i
think it was a civic or accord in like 82-83. They were built to
specifically fit in the trunk of that car, which is pretty cool in my
opinion. Only however many cars that were sold in that time span that
had those scooters added, are how many of those that exist. Its a super
rare little scooter, so you're lucky to see one."
We recreated the 1982 Honda V65 Commercial for fun, enjoy!
1984 Honda V-65 Sabre 1100cc video 1 of 2
This is my bike right here. It has 14,200 miles on it, and runs pretty
well. It has a lot of power as expected, and due to the low miles it will
have a lot of life left in it. This bike isn't perfect and does need some
work though- as mentioned and described in the video. A quick run down of
what it needs or could use: new tabs, new tires, the turn signals to be
mounted better (they still work, just dangle down), the seat has a tear in
it, two small dents in the gas tank, the gauge covers are cloudy but you
can still see through them, the brake light has a hole in it, a small crack
in the tail fairing piece, it could probably use new fork seals, it is
missing the L side bar weight on the handlebar, and the horn isn't working
for some reason, and it is a little cold blooded until it warms up (typical
Sabre and carbs probably could use a good cleaning/rebuild). So there you
have it. Not a perfect bike by a long shot, but a bunch of small things.
But for this price, you can't expect the bike to be perfect, plus it is 25
years old. If you are looking for a perfect bike, then you will spend
between $2,000-$2,800 for one of these bikes. They are getting rare, and
they are great classic muscle bikes of the 80's. Overall, great bikes with
tons of low end torque and power, I love them! Very good
sport/touring/cruiser bikes as well. Low maintenance with the shaft drive
and liquid cooled and overdrive-aka 6th gear with 1100cc's means you can
travel across the country and enjoy it.
Driving the Honda VF750s cafe fighter
A lot of people ask me about my homemade air intakes, if they improve
performance and so on, so I did this video to show you how the bike runs...
Important to mention is that the engine is untouched, the only improvement
is the air intakes and the Exhaust
system that I changed.
For more details about the bike watch my video:
The Honda vf750s cafe fighter
Here is my complete project of rebuilding an typical Honda vf750s (sabre
v45) 1983 to a cafe fighter style motorcycle. I have made many changes to
it and I have manufactured my self the most of the details on it, but I
also wanted to keep a bit of it´s originality left.
I hope my project inspires others to rebuild their sabres, I enjoyed it a
lot doing it any way.
If you want to see more of the details go to the my blog:
More photos here: http://www.stigmes.se/vf750s/completed/index.html
Thanks for watching and don´t forget to live your comments.