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VFR Powered Honda N600
« on: 05/05/17 12:03PM »
Just hear that V-4 sing!

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Re: VFR Powered Honda N600
« Reply #1 on: 05/05/17 12:45PM »
Music to my ears.  :43: :43:

"There's so much power band; you can do the whole road in third gear!" Honda VFR, ladies and gentlemen.
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Re: VFR Powered Honda N600
« Reply #2 on: 05/05/17 03:16PM »
 :29: That's pretty f-ing cool. Only slightly heavier than a VFR too :36:
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Re: VFR Powered Honda N600
« Reply #3 on: 05/05/17 07:19PM »
It sounds beautiful.  He needs to shift sooner.  He's redlining it for no good reason other than to hear the motor.  LOL!

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Re: VFR Powered Honda N600
« Reply #4 on: 05/05/17 10:20PM »
It sounds beautiful.  He needs to shift sooner.  He's redlining it for no good reason other than to hear the motor.  LOL!

Good enough reason for me!

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Re: VFR Powered Honda N600
« Reply #5 on: 05/06/17 09:07AM »
Sweet!  My dad had one of those.  (I remember jumping over the hood from one skateboard to another.)  He'd bought it broken and rebuilt the engine before driving it.  The VFR mod would have been a good one.  He was smart enough to not let me drive it much.  It handled like a go-cart!

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Re: VFR Powered Honda N600
« Reply #6 on: 05/06/17 10:32AM »
wow!!

sounds awesome, looks awesome!!

I just wonder - won't that be a lot on the transmission? instead of turning a sprocket/chain/wheel - it's now turning a differential, axle, and 2 heavy ugly car tires
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Re: VFR Powered Honda N600
« Reply #7 on: 05/06/17 01:08PM »
Yeah it will stress the hell out of that engine for sure.

 

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