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Old 08-10-2018, 01:17 AM
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Hi all, regards from Finland!

Just bought new ride, roommate to my other hd shovelhead FLT -81, CBR 1000f -90. 106tkm, some small cracks in fairings but repairable (i hope &#128512 but runs great. Pls have a look the pic.
Actually, my first ride was, when I were 18yr, Honda CB 750k -73. I suppose CBR 1000f engine is based on that, right?

Many thanks to you all sharing info etc in the forum, it's awesome!

Ride record:
Honda CBR 1000f -90, present
Hd shovelhead FLT -81, present
Yamaha 900 diversion -96
Suzuki intruder 750
Suzuki intruder 800
Suzuki gs450 from 80s
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happy Riding folks 😁 & best regards,
Jarno

CBR 1000f -90

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Old 08-15-2018, 10:41 AM
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Originally Posted by Jazze View Post
Actually, my first ride was, when I were 18yr, Honda CB 750k -73. I suppose CBR 1000f engine is based on that, right?​​
Welcome to the forum Jarno!
When Honda came out with the transverse inline-4 (CB 750K 1969), the motorcycle industry thought they were nuts. It turned out the bike could actually turn. Now the transverse inline-4 is a standard engine for many motorcycles.

 
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