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Honda 750 VFR

EngineV four-cylinder (90°)
Displacement748 cm³782 cm³
Bore * stroke70 * 48,6 mm72 * 48 mm
Compression11 : 111,6 : 1
Engine controlDOHC (gear wheel)
Valves4 per cylinder
Mixture preparation4 constant compression carburetorFuel injection, Euro 3 exhaust
Tank capacity19 liter22 liter
Ignition4 Single spark coils
LubricationWet sump
Performance74 kW (100 HP)80 kW (109 HP)
Rated speed10.000 rpm10.500 rpm
Torque73 Nm at 9500 rpm80 Nm at 8750 rpm
FrameArch, light metal
ClutchMulti disc oil bath
Secondary driveDrive chain
Suspension frontTelescopic fork
Suspension rearSingle swing arm, central spring strut
Brake front2 discs, twin piston/
triple piston
Brake rear1 disc, twin piston/
triple piston
Tyres front120/70 R 17 V120/70 R 17 Z
Tyres rear170/70 R 17 V180/55 R 17 Z
Kerb weightApprox. 240/250 kg + driver
Top speedApprox. 240 km/h
Year of construction19902005

The VFR has existed since 1985 and its design continues today. This is (almost) even for the displacement. So it has remained as a object of utility, less suitable for exceptional high performance. This also shows the torque value, which will be achieved beside a light increase now at less speed.
The rare V 90° four-cylinder engine uses the VTEC system, which changes the valve control from a certain speed. This switchover point was frequently reason for criticism in the past. Now it has been shifted somewhat up and weakened the performance boost slightly. Motorcycles react just very sensitive to non-continuous power output during acceleration. That's probably because of the now achieved enormous power to weight ratio.
The motor is still to be noted that it has less emission since its move to direct injection and currently is certified (2006) to Euro 3. It has a catalytic converter with Lambda control and secondary air injection.