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2017 Kawasaki KX 65

$2,999

Greenville, Texas

Year 2017

Make Kawasaki

Model Z 125 PRO

Category -

Engine -

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2017 KAWASAKI Z 125 PRO, Here at Louis Powersports we carry; Can-Am, Sea-Doo, Polaris, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Arctic Cat, Honda and Yamaha. Want to sell or trade your Motorcycle, ATV, UTV or Watercraft call us first! With lots of financing options available for all types of credit we will do our best to get you riding. Copy the link for access to financing. :// /financeapp.asp With HUNDREDS of vehicles available at one place give us a call and let us be your new home for powersports! Financing and warranties available on most models for ease of purchase and peace of mind. *Parts and accessories shown are not included in price. Please be aware that additional fees will apply to any added part or accessory.* Louis Powersports 6309 Interstate Hwy 30 Greenville, TX 75402 903-454-4440 Mon-Fri 9am-6pm & Saturdays 9am-4pm Keywords: Kawasaki, Suzuki, Can-Am, CanAm, Can, Am, Sea-Doo, Sea, Doo, SeaDoo, Yamaha, Honda, Kubota, Cub, Cadet, Cacadet, Toro, John, Deere, JohnDeere, Used, New, Fast, Slow, Ranch, Farm, Farmer, Farming, Ranching, BRP, Bombardier, ATV, UTV, Motorcycle, Motor, Cycle, Harley, Harley Davidson, Davidson, Harley-Davidson, Utility, Vehicle, All, Terrain, 4, Wheeler, Four, 2, Wheel, Wheels, Two, Water, PWC, Watercraft, Speakers, Offroad, Off, Road, On, onroad, Lift, Kit, Liftkit, Big, Mud, Machine, Mudder, Highlifter, superATV, Super, Rock, crawler, Sand, Dune, Salt, Flat, ktm, indian, bmw, Aprilia, victory, kymco, go, cart, chopper, stretch, Brute, Force, BF, KVF, 750, 650, 360, 300, brute force, Teryx, Trex, t-rex, 800, 1000, 250, 850, 570, Sportsman, hawkeye, concours, concour, klr, klr650, side by, side by side, sidebyside, side, by, outlander, out, lander, commander, maverick, mav, kx, rm, kxf, rmz, rm-z, kx-f, pioneer, rhino, spyder, spider, slingshot, reverse trike, trike car, trike vehicle, 3 wheel vehicle, 3 wheel car, sling, shot, trike, 3 wheel, 3wheeler, spark, sparks, zx, zx14, zx14r, 1400, 1300, busa, hayabusa, mule, pro, fxt, fx, diesel, gas, ranger, RZR, razor, trailer, jet, ski, jetski, 1100, m50, m90, m, 50, 90, twin, gsx, gsxr, gsx-r, rancher, blue, green, red, white, orange, wildcat, wild, cat, Vulcan, 900, s, le, sl, slingshot sl, slingshot sl le, bagger, bags, fun, outdoor, eiger, kingquad, king, quad, 3 seater, three, two, fox, thor, gear, RS, rsx, xmr, mr, x, rancher, Rincon, General, X3. Prices do not include freight and assembly. Please call for more details

2017 Kawasaki KX - 65

$3,699

Greenville, Texas

Year 2017

Make Kawasaki

Model KX - 65

Category Dirt Bikes

Engine -

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2017 KAWASAKI KX - 65, Here at Louis Powersports we carry; Can-Am, Sea-Doo, Polaris, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Arctic Cat. Want to sell or trade your Motorcycle, ATV, UTV or Watercraft call us first! With lots of financing options available for all types of credit we will do our best to get you riding. Copy the link for access to financing. :// /financeapp.asp With HUNDREDS of vehicles available at one place give us a call and let us be your new home for powersports! Financing and warranties available on most models for ease of purchase and peace of mind. Louis Powersports 6309 Interstate Hwy 30 Greenville, TX 75402 903-454-4440 Mon-Fri 9am-6pm & Saturdays 9am-4pm Keywords: Kawasaki, Suzuki, Can-Am, CanAm, Can, Am, Sea-Doo, Sea, Doo, SeaDoo, Yamaha, Honda, Kubota, Cub, Cadet, Cacadet, Toro, John, Deere, JohnDeere, Used, New, Fast, Slow, Ranch, Farm, Farmer, Farming, Ranching, BRP, Bombardier, ATV, UTV, Motorcycle, Motor, Cycle, Harley, Harley Davidson, Davidson, Harley-Davidson, Utility, Vehicle, All, Terrain, 4, Wheeler, Four, 2, Wheel, Wheels, Two, Water, PWC, Watercraft, Speakers, Offroad, Off, Road, On, onroad, Lift, Kit, Liftkit, Big, Mud, Machine, Mudder, Highlifter, superATV, Super, Rock, crawler, Sand, Dune, Salt, Flat, ktm, indian, bmw, Aprilia, victory, kymco, go, cart, chopper, stretch, Brute, Force, BF, KVF, 750, 650, 360, 300, brute force, Teryx, Trex, t-rex, 800, 1000, 250, 850, 570, Sportsman, hawkeye, concours, concour, klr, klr650, side by, side by side, sidebyside, side, by, outlander, out, lander, commander, maverick, mav, kx, rm, kxf, rmz, rm-z, kx-f, pioneer, rhino, spyder, spider, slingshot, sling, shot, trike, 3 wheel, 3wheeler, spark, sparks, zx, zx14, zx14r, 1400, 1300, busa, hayabusa, mule, pro, fxt, fx, diesel, gas, ranger, RZR, razor, trailer, jet, ski, jetski, 1100, m50, m90, m, 50, 90, twin, gsx, gsxr, gsx-r, rancher, blue, green, red, white, orange, wildcat, wild, cat, Vulcan, 900, s, le, sl, slingshot sl, slingshot sl le, bagger, bags, fun, outdoor, eiger, kingquad, king, quad, 3 seater, three, two, fox, thor, gear, RS, rsx, xmr, mr, x, rancher, Rincon, General

Honda : Other Barn Find 1963-65 Honda C105B Trail Bike

$500

Durango, Colorado

Year 1962

Make Honda

Model -

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

Barn Find 1962 Honda C105B Cub Trail Bike Push Rod Engine This is true barn find bike, I was at an estate sale, dragged it out of an old storage barn where it had been resting for the past 20+ years. I do not know much about these trail bikes other than what I have learned lately. These little bikes predate the super popular trail 90s, called super cubs, trail cubs, hunter cubs, etc. This little bike has a rare push rod type (54cc?) engine, full skid plate, a huge overlay sprocket for low gearing and super cool peashooter exhaust. I had a buddy change the oil, plug, wire, gas, tuned the carb, it runs excellent, has a lot of torque, shifts well, no smoke etc. This bike needs to be restored, I really want to go to the right guy. BTW I have the head light, these bikes are extremely popular in Thailand so replacement parts are all readily available on eBay etc. Body kits are only $100, seats are cheap etc. I will state again, I am not a vintage Honda trail bike guy, am not even knowledgeable enough to call myself a novice. I decoded the VIN as best I could, believe this is a 1962 model but feel free to email me if you know or see something interesting. Bill of sale only, eBay does not allow me to leave the title part vacant. I am located in Durango Colorado. Thanks and have a great day. My cell is 602 435 2110 please don't hesitate to call me. I'm not a slick haired, polyester suit clad, cheese ball car salesman. I am a jeans and tshirt, down to earth, plain talk, self employed, have kids and family, work for a living kind of a guy. Jim I am a really good guy, straight up, candid, honest and I value my feedback/reputation above all else, below is some of my recent feedback as a seller on big ticket trucks and stuff... This guy is the best. Good deal and he made the transaction and shipping easy! - Jeep Cherokee Classic Great! seller! No detail left unattended! A+++++ transaction handled with care! - 1999 F350 Flatbed Dually Everything went well - seller very much on top of things - 1993 Jeep Cherokee Classic Perfect in every way. Great people to work with. Thank you. - 2008 Dodge Ram 4500 Sterling Bullet 4X4 Utility Truck Just as described, what a great Jeep, A+ pro seller, the best! - 2000 Jeep Cherokee Great seller, worked with us on all details of purchase and shipping. - Ford F250 Great communication and detail - Toyota Land Cruiser Great product, Great folks. - 1996 Jeep Cherokee It was a pleasure doing business with you, my grandson loves his Jeep Cherokee. - 2001 Jeep Cherokee Sport A OK, no surprises, a better experience than I expected.. They are good people - 2008 Dodge Sterling Bullet 5500 Great Guy to deal with!! THANKS AGAIN - 1989 Jeep Wrangler Was very knowledgeable, courteous, and an all-around good egg! - 2005 Dodge Ram 2500 Cummins Awesome job. Would gladly recommend, look forward to doing more business. - 2008 Ford F250 Highly recommended, great people to do business with. Thanks - 2003 Dodge 3500 Cummins Very helpful. The easiest purchase of a vehicle I ever had. - 2005 Dodge 2500 Cummins My Highest Recommendation for Seller, A Man of Integrity, Well Described, Thank you - 1953 Willys M38A1 No problems good to deal with - 1978 Dodge Power Wagon Great guy! The Harley Davidson Softail was better than described! Would buy again - 2006 Harley Davidson Softail What a great guy! thanks a million - 1999 Ford F250 Great seller - 2002 Harley Davidson Road King Custom I prefer a wire transfer, cashier's check or cash. Please contact me to figure out what will work best for both of us. I have shipped work trucks all over the world and have some very strong connections. I am happy to help in any way I can, call or email and we can see what we can work out. This bike is for sale locally and I reserve the right to end this auction at anytime without warning. This is a vintage bike, is sold as is, where is, with no warranty, stated or implied. I'm a small family owned business with a stellar reputation. I specialize in rust free, oil/gas industry 4x4 fleet trucks, diesels, duallys, flatbeds, vintage 4X4s etc and ship them all over the world. I firmly believe that customer service and communication is key, my feedback and huge volume of repeat business proves it again and again. I am always available, my cell is 602 435 2110, I have no cell service at my cabin but I can recieve text, I will call you back on a land line. Jim

Trim C105 Cub

Honda : Magna 1987 honda super magna

$3,800

Pompano Beach, Florida

Year 1987

Make Honda

Model Magna

Category Standard Motorcycles

Engine 700

Posted Over 1 Month

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 1987 Honda Super Magna, 700cc Shaft Drive, 6 speed, Water cooled. These Super Magna’s were made for only two years and this one is in perfect condition. The pictures show the bike and in person the bike looks even better. Manufacturer Honda Also called Super Magna Production Less than 20,000 Predecessor V30 Class Cruiser Engine 699 cc 1987 / 748cc 1988 Top speed 125 mph[citation needed] Power 88 PS @ 9000 rpm / 86 bhp[citation needed] Torque 6.6 kg-m /7000 rpm, 47.74 lb-ft[citation needed] Transmission 6-speed, shaft drive Suspension 39 mm non adjustable fork, dual coil over shocks Brakes Single disc front, drum rear Tires Front: 100/90-19 tubeless, Rear: 150/80-15 tubeless Wheelbase 1660 mm / 65.35 inches Dimensions L: 2385 mm / 94 inches W: 810 mm / 32 inches H: 1155 mm / 45.5 inches Seat height 27.8 in (706 mm) Weight 529 lb (240 kg)[citation needed] (wet) Fuel capacity 13 L / 3.43 US gallons Fuel consumption 30 to 45 mpg[citation needed]

Trim Magna

2012 Harley-Davidson XL883L - Sportster SuperLow

$2,895

Rockford, Michigan

Year 2011

Make Honda

Model CBR250R

Category Sport Bikes

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

2011 HONDA CBR250R, Great looking 2011 Honda CBR 250R. The CBR250R is light agile and has a low seat height. This bike get 65+ MPG! Give us a call today.LOW INTEREST Financing and NO PAYMENTS FOR 90 Days with approved Credit.Warranty available for up to 2 years!FREE DELIVERY anywhere in lower Michigan! Call for low rates outside lower Michigan.Looking to add some performance. We are a Vance and Hines and Dynojet dealer. We can even finance the WE TAKE TRADES!!! Motorcycle, ATV, UTV, Snowmobile and more... Give us a callOur promise: We do our best to buy top quality pre-owned powersports. Once we buy them we put them through our rigorous inspection and meticulous detail. This is an area that is overlooked by many dealers and especially on used units. We wouldn't buy a bike from a dealer that didn't look like it had been inspected or serviced and we don't expect you to either.We are buying Motorcycles, Atv's, Utv's and Snowmobiles. Fill out our Sell my motorcycle form or give us a call anytime to get a quote. We buy even if you have never purchased from us.

Honda : Magna Honda magna V65 color red year 1983 vin number JH2SC1207DM001333

$1,200

Los Angeles, California

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category -

Engine -

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1983 Honda V-65.I purchased this bike from a aerospace engineer in San Diego. He took extremely good care of the bike. I have ridden this bike for quite some time and for me is a real sacrifice to let go of it (I got married and need to sell it.) This motorcycle just needs some work on the clutch (a motorcycle technician will charge you about 300 dollars or a lot less for the work) or you can do it yourself if you are able to do that kind of work) (oil have to be bled because is an hydraulic clutch. This is a very fast bike ( the motor is a 4 cylinder 1,100 cc) (that's like putting a Honda car motor in a motorcycle frame) . You will leave anyone riding a Japanese rice rocket like a telephone pole! This bike was made in the era of the Japanese super-bikes when people building them took pride in the quality control and incredibly precise tooling which the Japanese achieved in that era, stunning all of the European competition of the time, with the possible exception of some of the German bikes like the BMW) This quality control and precise tooling is responsible for the legendary reliability of this motors) (I have seen a motor like this going over 300,000 miles!) (this motor has a lot lower miles than that (it has 26,597 miles) You cannot find something like this anymore. This motor will run forever) The electrical system works(see some pictures) and motor runs perfectly, it also has a new gel battery (A gel battery is a lot better than the original battery ) For an additional 300 dollars (what it will approximately take to fix the clutch) you can ride one of the fastest bikes you could ever dream of riding.(Torque is flat and extremely high across the band of gears.)(Or, if you are a mechanic or so inclined you can fix this for next to nothing!) by the way this bike has 5 gears and is shaft drive, which reduces maintenance of the chain,etc) I have the pink slip. Please contact me at: (818) 488-4886 (please call or text me with any questions) Customer will pickup. Thanks!I have enclosed some info on this bike:Make ModelHonda VF 1100-C V-65Year1983EngineLiquid cooled, four stroke, 90°V-four cylinder, D.O.H.C., 4 valve per cylinder.Capacity1098Bore x Stroke79.5 x 55.3 mmCompression Ratio10.5:1Induction4 x 36 mm Ignition / StartingDigital transistorized / electricMax Power116 hp @ 7500 rpm (rear 100 hp 72.9 kW @ 9500 rpm)Max Torque94 N-m @ 7500 rpmTransmission / Drive6 Speed / shaftGear Ratio1st 39/17, 1.71 2nd 34/21.1.62 3rd 31/24,1.29 4th 29/27, 1.07 5th 26/29, 0.90 6th 24/32, 0.75FrameDouble-down tube, full-cradle frame; tube/box-section steel swing armFront SuspensionLeading-axle, air-assisted fork with 41 mm forks. 150-mm wheel travelRear SuspensionTwin shock adjustable for spring p reload rebound and compression damping, 105-mm wheel travel.Front Brakes2 x 270=mm disc 2 piston calipersRear BrakesSingle 282-mm disc 2-piston caliperFront Tyre110/90 -18Rear Tyre140/80 -16Seat Height31.6 in / 803-mmDry-Weight246 kg / 545 lbFuel Capacity20 LitersConsumption average15.3 km/litStanding ¼ Mile 10.75 sec / 126 mp/h Honda's 1983 V65 Magna hit the street like a 600-pound chrome sledgehammer. Americans had built a long-term relationship with horsepower and high style on four wheels, but a motorcycle with acres of both was news. This was more than a new model. The V65 made big muscle look cool. Thus the power cruiser was born. "The best part of the V65," according to Cycle magazine's March 1983 road test, " is a mid-range punch that would do justice to Larry Holmes." The liquid-cooled, 1098cc, 90-degree V-4 engine delivered a staggering flow of power from 1500 rpm to its 10,000 rpm redline. But how quick was it? On October 3, 1982, Honda brought drag-strip maestro Jay "Pee-Wee" Gleason and a standard V65 to Southern California's Orange County International Raceway to find out. Gleason's 10.92 — second 1/4-mile sprint made the V65 America's fastest production street machine, inspiring ads with one powerfully simple headline: Bad News Travels Fast.For street riders, the good news was Honda engineers made sure the bike was easy to live with as well as fast. The four-cam, 16-valve V-4 cruised through a daily commute as happily as it devoured drag strips. Around town, the V65 was surpassingly agile for its size. A durable, diaphragm-type hydraulic clutch modulated power to the shaft drive, and one-way sprag clutch kept downshifts from chirping the rear tire. Anti-dive valving in the 41mm front fork helped stabilize the chassis under braking. An overdrive top gear in the six-speed transmission kept the V-4 serene at freeway speeds. Tired of cruising your hometown? Strap on some saddlebags and the Magna was comfortable enough to cruise to some town three or four states away. Riders expected such well-mannered versatility from Honda. The V65's magnetism came from its totally radical fusion of bad boy good looks and world-class quickness. According to Cycle's March, 1983 test, "Its horsepower translates directly into an immediate gut-wrenching rush, unmatched by any other production street machine." To anyone who ever felt it, that V65 rush boils down to one word. Unforgettable.Honda builds a motorcycle mean enough for those guys who are tough enough to dip your heart out with a wooden spoon Don't be deceived. The 1100 Magna is not just another Special. Writing off the V65 as simply another boulevard parade float is like calling a 10 inch switchblade a pocket knife. It's true, but misses the point entirely.The term "Special" suggests highly styled motorcycles that go limp wristed when it's time to perform. But the V65 is a urban streetfighter through and through, a bike that can kick almost anything flat in a stoplight to stoplight brawl. What makes this Special so special? In a word, the engine. If you talk horsepower, the Magna speaks your language. Its horsepower translates directly into an immediate gut wrenching rush unmatched by any other production'. street machine.To a man, the cycle staff raved about the engine. With its wonderfully potent and flexible powerplant, this big four is a strong and willing worker that hums along happily at 1500 rpm or sings fortissimo at the 10,000 rpm redline. The best part of the V65 is a mid range punch that would do justice to Larry Holmes. Whack the throttle open at 5000 rpm in first gear and the front wheel claws for the sky while the Magna catapults forward. These antics are interesting enough when you’re mounted on an open class motocrosser but when a 589 pound motorcycle with a wheelbase of nearly 63 inches takes off like a carrier based F-14, it gets your full attention. magna side and instrument view.jpg (29395 bytes) full magna in motion side.jpg (25449 bytes)Honda built the V65 engine with technology carried over from the V45, but the big Magna has all new hardware,. it shares no parts with the 750s. Though the designs are virtually identical, everything has been scaled to 1100cc specs.The V65 benefits from Honda's extremely compact Vee engine design; at 17.4 inches, the 1100's engine is barely an inch wider than the narrow 750 V four. The Magna’s 90 degree Vee angla sets the two front cylinders low and nearly horizontal, while the rear cylinders stand almost vertical. This right angle configuration produces perfect primary balance, and a short stroke limits secondary imbalances. Finally, to ensure the 1100 Magna's smoothness Honda completely rubber mounted the engine Within the full cradle frame, following the practice of last year's 750s. End result: a monster engine that's a pussycat to live with.Except for the size increase, the 1100's top end appears identical to the V45's. The cylinders are an integral part of the upper case half, making the entire unit rigid. The liners are cast in freestanding cylinders--the cylinders and jackets are not connected to any sort of webbing. v65 engine view.jpg (48128 bytes) The highly oversquare 79.5 by 55.3mm engine displaces 1098cc. Like the 750s, the 1100 uses a high 10.5:1 compression ratio; it also incorporates similar anti-detonation features: water cooling to lower combustion chamber and exhaust valve temperatures, a swirl inducing intake tract that promotes quick burning of the fuel/air charge, and a carefully shaped combustion chamber that concentrates most of the charge near the spark plug to promote rapid flame travel. The 1100's 30mm intake and 26mm exhaust valves sit in their four valve head at a narrow 38 degree included valve angle the V45's intake and exhaust valve diameters are 26mm and 23mm respectively.Each pair of cylinders has a set of dual overhead camshafts to actuate the valves. The cams spin directly in the cylinder head material in a plain bearing setup. A single cam lobe acting through a forked follower equipped with screw type adjusters actuates each valve pair. A silent type cam chain drives each set of cams, and an automatic chain tensioner eliminates maintenance chores.Straight cut gears transfer the power from crank to clutch, the clutch gear a split, zero backlash type to damp out gear whine. The clutch itself is hydraulically operated, an enlarged version of, the VT750 V twin's rather than an upscaled version of the V45's. The, V65's diaphragm clutch spring and clutch plates are larger in diameter than the VT750's, and the 1100 holds two more plates than the Shadow. The diaphragm spring clutch is more rugged than one of conventional design fitted in the same space. Considering the abuse the V65 is likely to absorb during streetfights, the diaphragm spring setup is indeed a good idea. As an anti-lockup device during downshifting, the V65's clutch like the V twin's houses a one way sprag clutch. Vertically staggered transmission input and output shafts reduce overall engine length; the output shaft lies below and aft of the input shaft. Honda's six speed gearbox is unusual for an 1100cc bike. Because the V 65's gear box was designed as a "five speed plus overdrive sixth transmission;" top gear is really tall; calculated top speed in sixth works out to 173 mph at the 10,000 rpm redline. At 60 mph the engine loafs along at 3460 rpm. Final drive is via a maintenance free shaft.The Magna carries its engine in a full cradle frame equipped with an air adjustable, anti dive fork. Twin shocks adjustable for rebound and compression damping as well as spring preload grace the rear. The 1100's wheelbase, a whopping 62.8 inches long, is less than a half inch under a Gold Wing's. This figure, combined with the V65's rake and trail of 30.3 degrees and 4.1 inches, suggests the Magna might be cumbersome and slow steering. Not true. Around town and in 'parking lots the V65 handles just fine. clutch cutaway.jpg (16450 bytes)clutch basket.jpg (6748 bytes) The VF1100's 700's clutch is an enlarged version of the VT750 V-twins, complete with a diaphragm spring, a one way sprag clutch and hydraulic actuation The VF1100 feels distinctly long and unmistakably big, yet it requires only average steering effort through the handlebar. The 31.6 inch high seat is not especially low, but the Honda still feels fairly agile for an 1100. Honda engineers have done much to keep the weight low in the bike-the basic engine design, of course, is instrumental. her features such as the small under saddle gas tank contribute as well. Actually, styling trimmed the main tank's volume, and the V65's under tank airbox and filter also steal space from he main tank. The under seat tank and it’s fuel pump were the answer.Following Special styling, the rider's portion of the two tiered seat is wide and well padded, although the steep step confines the pilot's space. While most riders will find it adequate for in town trolling, passengers get shortchanged; their pegs are too high, and the narrow, firm rear portion of the seat has the comfort of a bird cage bar. side by side heads.jpg (11488 bytes) head and valves cutaway.jpg (10391 bytes) The 1100 head incorporates many of the 750 V four design concepts: the 38 degree included valve angle is the same and the combustion chamber is shaped to concentrate most of the fuel charge near the centrally located spark plug holes to promote rapid flame travel. Each cam lobe actuates a pair of valves via a forked follower equipped with screw type adjusters Once the rider enthrones himself in the saddle, the pullback handlebar and the forward mounted footpegs define his position. The pegs aren't as radical as the VT750C Shadow's, and that's good for comfort and control ' Given the V65's eyeball flattening acceleration, a riding position mimicking a tipped back rocking chair would be dangerous. The forward mounted pegs are convenient if you’re paddling the V65 around a parking lot, and while the bar has two way adjustability, it has, too much pullback to please our staff. Although the riding position may be a strong selling point on the showroom floor and a viable stance for stoplight to stoplight warfare, the bike's ergonomics offer the rider very little support, at freeway speeds.Arm, back and stomach muscles must position him against the windstream. This sort of onboard isometrics is no sweat for short hops. After 30 minutes though especially if you're riding at supra legal speeds you'll feel as though you’ve been working overtime at your Nautilus club. Although long legged riders can use the passenger pegs for, a brief change in position, the reach back leaves their legs nearly folded double in the process. Shorter riders can't reach the rear pegs at all. For them, a radical forward crouch proves most effective, though it places their torsos at an awkWard angle and their faces mere inches from the handlebar. Short of changing the bar/seat/peg relationships, the best remedy is to ride in half hour spurts. In a somewhat surprising move, Honda equipped the VF1100 with suspension components biased for sport riding.The up and down torque reaction of shaft driven bikes forces manufacturers to make trade offs when selecting rear suspension components. Typically, light spring and damping rates provide a soft, cushy ride at the expense of backroad handling, while a taut, well damped rear suspension makes fast riding easier and steadier at the expense of slow cruising comfort. Adjustable shock damping and air adjustable springing usually provide an effective, albeit expensive, compromise that gives a rider latitude in setting his bike up for specific tasks.The Magna's rear shocks have state of the art adjustability: two way adjustable compression damping and four way adjustable rebound damping. The springing is not air adjustable, and Honda engineers selected spring rates that are decidedly stiff. Our heavier (185 pound) testers found the rear end firm, but acceptably soft for freeway cruising when the springs were set at minimum preload. Lighter testers found the ride stiff and harsh, and the riding position tends to exacerbate this assessment. The reclining riding position centers most of the rider's weight back toward the tailbone, and every bump and seam in the road transfers a sharp jolt directly to the rider's spine. magna foil view.jpg (19989 bytes)Honda's FOIL ant theft System uses an integrated cable alarm setup, if the cable is cut, the alarm sounds. Cable fits neatly in the tail compartment. For backroad riding, Honda's choice of sporting shocks pays off handsomely. Set up stiffly, the VF's suspension damps well over all types of road surfaces, from fast sweepers to slow, knotty corners; however, the air adjustable fork flexes perceptibly when winding through unusually bumpy sweepers. The Magna's triple disc brakes offer excellent feel and stopping power, and the anti dive valving effectively preserves ground clearance during simultaneous braking and turning. The 1100 offers a good amount of ground clearance, and the stiff rear end does a good job of controlling the shaft drive's up and down motions. The stylishly wide tires put a big patch of rubber on the road.On twisting roads as well as around town, the 1100 requires only a moderate amount of steering effort. Nice. However, when you're busting along hard on curvy roads, the Magna feels disconcertingly vague through the handlebar. Several factors may contribute to this feeling. First, the V65's seat and controls push the rider's weight more rearward than on a sporting bike. On a sport bike a frisky riding pilot naturally moves himself even more forward than normal, applies weight to the bars, and rides with the balls of his feet on the pegs. It's an active riding position. In fast going the Magna's more passive position does little for rider confidence. Our staffers didn't like the bar - we felt as if we were steering the V65 with a tiller. Second, the V65's percentage of weight distribution (dry and unladen) is 45 front/55 rear (the CB1100 F's is 49 front/51 rear), and it's reasonable to assume that the V65 rider would bias that distribution even more toward the rear - though what makes the front tire stick in corners is more complex than where the weight is.Third, the V65 engine punches so hard out of corners that the front end naturally will feel light under acceleration. And there's nothing like horsepower to quicken up the steering of any bike. In more practical terms, you'll have to go riding with your friends and their full sporting 1100s only once to decide you won't clean up on them when the roads get twisty.The Magna's brute torque and mile wide power spread make the bike a joy to ride. With a little deft clutch work, the VF will idle away from a dead stop, even carrying two riders, without so much as a blip of the throttle. That's low end torque! Still, the engine revs readily up to redline, and it's all too easy to send the tach needle deep into the red zone because the bike runs so smoothly. When you cruise the 1100 in freeway traffic, everybody else seems to be poking along, clogging the road at a snail's pace. But a quick glance at the instruments explains the situation; thanks to the tall gearing, strong engine and smooth ride you're cruising at 80 mph or more. Riders must make a conscious effort to observe the legal limit. Passing in top gear is effortless, but if you want to swoop by cars with authority, dropping down to fifth or even fourth delivers passes in an eye blink or two. last photo 2.jpg (26625 bytes)A It up tank provides access to the air filter. Working conditions are cramped. The paper filter requires changing only every 8000 miles. We paid for our right handed excesses with mediocre mileage results. Steady cruising netted figures in the Iow 40 mpg range, but our average fuel consumption rate worked out to an un-spectacular 36.1 mpg. The low fuel warning indicator, which lights up when only 0.8 gallon remains in the 4.5 gallon tank, usually winked on after about 135 miles, giving the rider about 30 miles to find a gas station; the Magna has no reserve capacity.Our Magna started easily on chilly mornings, and the handlebar mounted choke lever is conveniently located for left hand adjustment. The Honda runs happily after minimal warm up and carburets well, hot or cold, under all engine conditions.The hydraulic clutch actuating setup eliminates any need for lever adjustment, and gives good clutch engagement and feel. Clutch pull is moderately stiff, considerably stiffer than the VT750's. The six speed gearbox is a wonderful luxury though not really necessary, thanks to the broad powerband and smooth engine. The 700 rpm drop in engine speed between fifth and sixth gears at 60 mph is welcome for straight line cruising. The gearbox proved a reluctant shifter, especially when the engine was cold; slow, deliberate shifting is the best way to combat this quirk.This king size Magna exhibits some bothersome driveline snatch. Gearplay in the drive train, combined with the CV carb's tendency to snap the carb slides open and closed, accentuates the Magna's low speed jerk and lurch routine. Long stints of stop and go traffic become irksome, and in congested, slow moving traffic, riders can skirt the problem by shifting to a higher gear and idling along slowly.The Magna has a number of attractive standard features. They include an LCD gear position indicator, microprocessor controlled self cancelling turn signals, and FOIL, Honda's built in security cable/alarm system. Last year, FOIL was the exclusive feature of the V45 Sabre. We think the V65's engine and its streetfighter styling make the King Kong Magna motorcycling's prime candidate for Midnight (and sometimes Daylight) Liberation Forces. Honda's fiber optic security cable is pretty innovative and probably offers as much protection as one can reasonably expect. For sheer visceral attraction, nothing beats the 1100 engine. By far, it's the V65's best feature, and motorcyclists who buy the V65 on looks will quickly find themselves enchanted by the 1100's performance.The 65's power is irresistible. The 1100 Vee would make an ideal starting point for a full fledged, pavement ripping sport bike; and while the VF750F Interceptor is a gorgeous piece, the 750 can't have 1100 punch. You have to wonder how many ways Honda can find to use the V65. A VF1100F is an obvious possibility, and the 1100's broad powerband, six speed gearbox, driveshaft and excellent vibration control also make the V65 a wonderful platform on which to build a full dresser. But for now, Honda has taken its premier performance engine to the streets to create a stoplight to stoplight blockbuster extraordinaire.

2010 Honda VTX 2010 Honda VT1300 Sabre Only 12k Miles Loaded with Extras!!!

$5,779

Port Orange, Florida

Year 2010

Make Honda

Model VTX

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Engine 1312

Posted Over 1 Month

10 Sabre Thanks for checking out this really clean 2010 Honda VT1300 Sabre with 12k actual miles. This bike has just been traded in for a new Toyota so their loss is your gain. It has many extras like a gel seat and windshield and audio system that works well. It has Cobra exhaust and saddle bags as well as front and rear floor boards and a chin scoop and backrest. This bike has just been serviced and it runs awesome. Honda makes quality and this is a quality bike. There is a super small blemish on one of the chrome parts but its super minor. This is a great bike that wont cost you an arm and legs and it will give you miles of great service. Click or call today before someone beats you too it. Please call me at 386.547.9369 to set up an appointment if you are coming in to see these bikes at our beautiful new location. I am not always there to help walk in customers. I have taken many pictures and a short video so have a look and see yourself. Bikes this nice never last long so stop in or call today before its gone. Click here to see the youtube video!!!!https://youtu.be/F2hahaoU_zw I am offering a 100% satisfaction guarantee or your money back no problem. We are a 100% positive feedback dealer on ebay.We do not charge any extra dealer fees so just add your tax and tag and your riding! We dont always have all owners manuals and extra keys, if we say if we have them it will be in our description. Please dont assume we have them. We guarantee clean, free and clear title to all vehicles we sell,occasionally there is a small delay for title and we can provide temp tag until you receive it. I do not hold bikes sold on ebay without a deposit unless there is quick communication for payment instuctions. So it is basically for sale until I receive deposit. Ebay buyers we only accept deposits through paypal. There is a 3% surcharge on all credit card transactions over $1000, otherwise checks, cash, or wire transfers are fine. We do ship to many places in the USA at great rates We do always consider your trade-ins as well. We have financing available for qualified Florida residents ONLY at great rates. We have an 18 month unlimited mile $0 deductible warranty on 06 and newer bikes that covers pretty much the whole bike starting at $449 I can email you the terms. We reserve the right to end any listing early since we sell many bikes in our own local market as well. We are Integrity Auto Sales offering quality pre-owned for 25 years at our same great location in the Daytona Beach Area. My name is Jim Coury feel free to contact me on my personal cell 386 547 9369 with any questions. Please respect the time of day you call me. Thanks and ride safe!!! **If you are new to ebay and have less than 3 feedbacks your bids or offers will not be accepted unless you contact us via email or phone first. Thanks!!! **WE DO NOT QUOTE OVERSEAS SHIPPING RATES!!! PLEASE REFER TO OUR LISTED COMPANIES FOR THAT OR GOOGLE FREIGHT FORWARDERS TO YOUR AREA!!! Shipping Companies we recommend: *West Coast, Mid West, East Coast,Motorcycle Transporters: *Keyboard Motorcycle Shipping- (270)737-5797 *Haul Bikes- Daily Direct (888)428-5245 *Allied Federal Transport Co.- (800)747-4100 International Transporters: *www.schumachercargo.com 800.599.0190 *Uniworld Shipall 800.213.6569 www.shipall.com * Carolina Shipping -Marilyn 843-769-5531 *Cargoland USA 305.477.2998 *Canada: Call 800-466-6935 1aamotorcycles.com *Canada: TFX International 416.243.8531 *ATI International Carlos Hermo 786.235.5400 www.shippingati.com *Others are available. We specialize in shipping to Australia as well. We do not give quotes so please contact one of our vendors for pricing. Honda Sabre 2010 2010 Honda Sabre specifications, pictures, reviews and rating Hondas profilation of this bike Make room, Main Street. The all-new Honda Sabre is here. General information Model: Honda Sabre Year: 2010 Category: Custom / cruiser Rating: 71.3 out of 100. Show full rating and compare with other bikes Price as new (MSRP): US$ 11799. Prices depend on country, taxes, accessories, etc. Engine and transmission Displacement: 1312.00 ccm (80.06 cubic inches) Engine type: V2, four-stroke Compression: 9.2:1 Bore x stroke: 89.5 x 104.3 mm (3.5 x 4.1 inches) Fuel system: Injection. PGM-FI with automatic enrichment circuit, one 38mm throttle body Fuel control: Single Overhead Cams (SOHC) Ignition: Digital with 3-D mapping, two spark plugs per cylinder Cooling system: Liquid Gearbox: 5-speed Transmission type, final drive: Shaft drive (cardan) Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels Rake (fork angle): 33.0° Trail: 118 mm (4.6 inches) Front suspension: 41mm fork Front wheel travel: 102 mm (4.0 inches) Rear suspension: Single shock Rear wheel travel: 99 mm (3.9 inches) Front tyre: 90/90-21 Rear tyre: 170/80-15 Front brakes: Double disc Front brakes diameter: 336 mm (13.2 inches) Rear brakes: Single disc Rear brakes diameter: 296 mm (11.7 inches) Physical measures and capacities Weight incl. oil, gas, etc: 301.2 kg (664.0 pounds) Seat height: 683 mm (26.9 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting. Wheelbase: 1,778 mm (70.0 inches) Fuel capacity: 16.65 litres (4.40 gallons) Other specifications Color options: Black, Candy red Starter: Electric Comments: Model ID: VT1300CS

Trim VT1300

1996 Honda CBR600 1996 Honda CBR600 F3 Used

$1,999

Rancho Santa Margarita, California

Year 1996

Make Honda

Model CBR600

Category Sport Bikes

Engine 600

Posted Over 1 Month

1996 Honda CBR 600 F3 Mileage 72,823 Engine is solid and runs well.Brand New Battery.Freeway driven as a commuter bike.Original Owner. Signed by Miguel Duhamel #17 AMA Superbike racer. (Miguel Duhamel is a Canadian motorcycle racer, the son of Canadian Motorsport Hall of Famer Yvon Duhamel. He is the second winningest rider in the AMA Superbike series at 32 wins and most wins in the AMA SuperSport series. He habitually races #17) Local pick-up ONLYRancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688 Full Specifications 1995 - 1996 1997 - 1998EngineEngine Type599 cc (36.55 cu in) liquid-cooled, all-aluminum inline four-cylinder Transverse, tilted 30 deg forward of vertical Weight: 136.4 lb (61.9 kg)Valve TrainChain-driven DOHC; four valves per cylinder; 32 deg valve angeBore/Stroke65.0 x 45.2 mm (2.56 x 1.78 in)Compression Ratio12.0:1LubricationForced pressure, trochoid oil pump Oil pressure at 80 C: 71 psi (5.0 kg/cm^2) @ 6,000 rpm Wet sump; 4.4 qt (4.2 L capacity) SAE 10W-40, API SF or SGMaximum RPM13,300 rpm redline; 15-16,000 rpm rev limiterMaximum Power100 crank hp (74.6 kW) @ 12,000 rpm [1][5] 90.0 whp @ 11,500 rpm [2] 89.3 whp@ 11,500 rpm [3]105 hp (78.3 kW) @ 12,000 rpmMaximum Torque47 crank ft·lbf (63.7 Nm) @ 10,500 rpm [1] 43.7 wheel ft·lbf @ 10000 rpm [2] 42.8 wheel ft·lbf @ 8250 rpm [3]48.7 ft·lbf (66 Nm) @ 10,500 rpmIntakeDual-Stage Ram Air system with paper-element air filterCarburetion4x 36mm (1.4 in) Mikuni BDST constant velocity (CV) carbsIgnitionTransistorized electronic with 3D mappingExhaust4-2-1 Header with 6.6 L canister mufflerElectrical SystemTriple-phase alternator with battery; electric starterDrivetrainTransmissionClose-ratio six-speedGear RatiosPrimary Reduction: 1.863 (82/44) Transmission Gear Ratios: 1 - 2.928 (41/14) 2 - 2.062 (33/16) 3 - 1.647 (28/17) 4 - 1.368 (26/19) 5 - 1.200 (24/20) 6 - 1.086 (25/23) Final Reduction: 2.866 (43/15) Shift Pattern: 1 - N - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6ClutchMulti-plate wet, cable operatedChain#530 O-ring-sealed; 108 links#525 O-ring-sealed; 108 linksChassis/Suspension/BrakesFrameSteel twin-spar diamond Engine stressed memberFront Suspension41 mm HMAS cartridge fork with spring preload and rebound damping adjustability; 4.66 in (118 mm) travelRear SuspensionRectangular swingarm. Unit Pro-Link HMAS rising rate monoshock, preload, compression and rebound adjustable.Rear Trael4.29 in (109 mm) travel4.69 in (119 mm) travelFront Wheel3.5x17 in cast aluminum; six-spokeRear Wheel5x17 in cast aluminum; six-spokeFront BrakesDual floating two-piston calipers; 296mm drilled rotors; sintered padsRear BrakesSingle floating one-piston caliper; 218 mm drilled rotor; sintered padsFront Tire120/60ZR-17 radial; 36psi (2.50 kg/cm^2)Rear Tire160/60ZR-17 radial; 42 psi (2.90 kg/cm^2)DimensionsOverall Length80.9 in (2,055 mm)Overall Width27.0 in (685 mm)Overall Height27.0 in (685 mm)Wheelbase55.3 in (1,405 mm)Rake25.2 degrees Trail3.7 inches (94.0 mm)Ground Clearance5.1 inches (129.5 mm)Seat Height31.9 in (810 mm)Fuel Capacity4.5 gal (17 L), including 0.8 gal (3 L) reserveDry Weight406 lbs (184 kg)408 lbs (185 kg)Wet Weight454 lbs (206 kg) [1] 445 lbs [2] 462 lbs [3]457 lbs (207 kg)Performance (as tested)0-60mph3.2 sec [4] 3.6 sec [5]0-100mph 7.1sec [4]Standing ¼ Mile 11.00 sec @ 124.61 mph (200.5 km/h) [2] 11.28 sec @ 120.9 mph (194.6 km/h) [3]Top Speed156 mph (250.2 km/h) 154 mph Braking From 37 mph (60 km/h) - 45 ft (13.7 m) From 62 mph (100 km/h) - 125 ft (38.0 m)Fuel consumption 45 mpgOtherMSRP$7,299 (1995); $7,699 (1996)$7,799 Colors1995: Black/purple yellow; white/purple/yellow 1996: white/red/black; purple/yellow/white; Smokin' Joe's1997: black/white; red; purple/yellow; Smokin' Joe's 1998: red; red/black; black/crimson; Smokin' Joe'sSources Honda CBR600 F3 Service Manual - Download PDFMotorcycle.com, "1997 600cc Sportbike Shootout"Sport Rider "1991-1998 Honda CBR600F2-F3 - The Birth Of Domination"CBR600F3 Super ReviewMotoprofi.com

Trim F3

2012 Honda Shadow Spirit 750 2012 Honda VT750C2F Shadow 750 Candy Orange Spirit Flame Paint

$5,500

Rochester, New York

Year 2012

Make Honda

Model Shadow

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

2012 Honda Shadow Spirit 750 VT750C2!This is like it came out on the showroom very Clean bike, low miles 528 Shiny chrome not one scratch or dent.745cc liquid-cooled 52-degree V-twinSuper-low 25.7-inch seat heightBore And Stroke79.0mm x 76.0mmInductionPGM-FI with automatic enrichment one 34mm throttle bodyIgnitionCD with electronic advancetwo spark plugs per cylinderCompression Ratio9.6:1Valve Train SOHC three valves per cylinderTransmissionWide-ratio five-speedFront Suspension41.0mm fork; 4.5-inch travelRear SuspensionDual shocks with five-position spring-preload adjustability; 3.5-inch travelFront BrakeSingle 296mm disc with twin-piston caliperRear Brake Drum Front Tire90/90-21A skinny 21-inch front wheel gives the Shadow Spirit its narrow, hot rod custom appeal while also providing light, responsive steering.Rear Tire160/80-15Rake34°30Trail158mm (6.2 inches)Wheelbase65.2 inchesSeat Height25.7 inchesTopping out at a low, low 25.7-inches high, the Shadow Spirit?s saddle inspires old-school dragster styling as well as rider confidence.Curb Weight536 pounds (Includes all standard equipment, required fluids and a full tank of fuel.)Fuel Capacity3.7 gallons, including 0.9-gallon reserve Buyer is responsible for shipping or pick up No returns

Trim Spirit 750

2015 Honda CB500F

$3,500

Marlette, Michigan

Year 2004

Make Honda

Model VTX 1300

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

For Sale 2004 Honda VTX1300. Stop in and see this big black cruiser today, this bike is in very nice condition and is in need of nothing but a new rider. This bike is loaded with extras: Jardine Floorboards, Vance & Hines Exhaust, Windsheild, saddle bags, front fender protection, whitewall tires, highway bars and pegs, cruise control, and an ultimate seat w/backrest. Get out to Marlette and take a look at this super cool cruiser today!!!Engine and transmissionDisplacement:1312.00 ccm (80.06 cubic inches)Engine type:V2, four-strokeCompression:9.2:1Bore x stroke:89.5 x 104.3 mm (3.5 x 4.1 inches)Valves per cylinder:3Fuel control:Single Overhead Cams (SOHC)Cooling system:LiquidGearbox:5-speedTransmission type,final drive:Shaft drive (cardan)Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheelsRake (fork angle):32.0°Front suspension:41mm forkFront wheel travel:130 mm (5.1 inches)Rear suspension:Dual shocks with five-position spring-preload adjustability.Rear wheel travel:91 mm (3.6 inches)Front tyre:110/90-M19Rear tyre:170/80-M15Front brakes:Single discFront brakes diameter:336 mm (13.2 inches)Rear brakes:Single discRear brakes diameter:296 mm (11.7 inches)Physical measures and capacitiesSeat height:686 mm (27.0 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.Wheelbase:1,662 mm (65.5 inches)Fuel capacity:18.16 litres (4.80 gallons)Call Bennett Powersports (989) 635-5500 for more information. We have a large selection of used powersports ! We can also order almost any part for your powersports equipment! Have a powersport trade? Let us know what you have.

2010 Honda FURY

$2,700

Moundville, Alabama

Year 2016

Make Honda

Model PCX 150

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

Have fun getting around town on this 2016 Honda Pcx 150. This scooter comes with LED lights and has a super sharp design. It is easy on the gas at 80-90 miles per gallon. It handles great and does 65 mph. There is ample storage under the seat, even will hold a helmet! It has 3890 miles and it is in great condition. Don't pay $4000 dollars for this at a dealer (vehicle, fees, destination, etc.) when you could cruise around town for only $2700. Title in hand!

2004 Honda VTX 1300

$3,500

Marlette, Michigan

Year 2004

Make Honda

Model VTX 1300

Category -

Engine 1,300 cc

Posted Over 1 Month

For Sale 2004 Honda VTX1300. Stop in and see this big black cruiser today, this bike is in very nice condition and is in need of nothing but a new rider. This bike is loaded with extras: Jardine Floorboards, Vance & Hines Exhaust, Windsheild, saddle bags, front fender protection, whitewall tires, highway bars and pegs, cruise control, and an ultimate seat w/backrest. Get out to Marlette and take a look at this super cool cruiser today!!!Engine and transmissionDisplacement:1312.00 ccm (80.06 cubic inches)Engine type:V2, four-strokeCompression:9.2:1Bore x stroke:89.5 x 104.3 mm (3.5 x 4.1 inches)Valves per cylinder:3Fuel control:Single Overhead Cams (SOHC)Cooling system:LiquidGearbox:5-speedTransmission type,final drive:Shaft drive (cardan)Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheelsRake (fork angle):32.0°Front suspension:41mm forkFront wheel travel:130 mm (5.1 inches)Rear suspension:Dual shocks with five-position spring-preload adjustability.Rear wheel travel:91 mm (3.6 inches)Front tyre:110/90-M19Rear tyre:170/80-M15Front brakes:Single discFront brakes diameter:336 mm (13.2 inches)Rear brakes:Single discRear brakes diameter:296 mm (11.7 inches)Physical measures and capacitiesSeat height:686 mm (27.0 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.Wheelbase:1,662 mm (65.5 inches)Fuel capacity:18.16 litres (4.80 gallons)Call Bennett Powersports (989) 635-5500 for more information. We have a large selection of used powersports ! We can also order almost any part for your powersports equipment! Have a powersport trade? Let us know what you have.

2017 Honda CRF 110F

$5,500

Vancouver, Washington

Year 2012

Make Honda

Model SHADOW SPIRIT 750

Category -

Engine 750 cc

Posted Over 1 Month

$5,500 CASH, NO CHECKS, NO TRADES BEAUTIFUL BLACK 2012 HONDA SHADOW SPIRIT VT750C2C ONLY 225 MILES, ORIGINAL OWNER THIS BIKE IS SHOWROOM QUALITY AND HAS NEVER BEEN IN THE RAIN AND ALWAYS GARAGED PRICED TO SELL http://www.nadaguides.com/Motorcycles/2012/Honda/VT750C2C-SHADOW-SPIRIT-745cc/Values Bring helmet, driver's license with endorsement, and full purchase price in cash or no test drive. o Tags Good Through August 2017 o Clear Title In Hand For Quick And Easy Sell o Has the 21-inch wheel out front, and the V-twin engine. You will find a perfect blend of classic and modern styling touches, including spoked wheels, plenty of chrome, and a super-comfortable riding position. 2012 Honda Shadow Spirit 750 C2C - Specifications Model: VT750C2C Engine Type: 745cc liquid-cooled 52° V-twin Bore and Stroke: 79mm x 76mm Compression ratio: 9.6:1 Valve Train: SOHC; three valves per cylinder Induction: PGM-FI with automatic enrichment, one 34mm throttle body Transmission: Wide-ratio five-speed Final Drive: Shaft Suspension Front: 41mm fork; 4.5 inches travel Rear: Dual shocks with five-position spring preload adjustability; 3.5 inches travel Brakes Front: Single 296mm disc with twin-piston caliper Rear: Drum Tires Front: 90/90-21 Rear: 160/80-15 Wheelbase: 65.2 inches Rake (Caster angle): 34°30' Trail: 158mm (6.2 inches) Seat Height: 25.8 inches Fuel Capacity: 3.7 gallons, including 0.9-gallon reserve Estimated Fuel Economy: 56 mpg Color: Black Curb Weight: 542 pounds

2004 Honda Crf 450R

$4,199

Killeen, Texas

Year 2008

Make Honda

Model VT750C2F

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

2008 HONDA VT750C2F, * Price shown excludes destination charges, optional accessories, applicable taxes, installation, setup and/or other dealer fees. A must-be-seen-on bad boy that should have a special place in every cruiser rider's garage, the Shadow Spirit 750 (VT750C2) is a stunner in the classic dragbike mold. Bobbed fenders wrap around low tires, while dual shorty pipes snake behind a super-low, 25.7-inch seat, delivering classic custom lines, light steering and agility. Style, performance and comfort talk about the best of all worlds. ENGINE Engine Type: 745cc liquid-cooled 52-degree V-twin Bore and Stroke: 79mm x 76mm Compression Ratio: 9.6:1 Valve Train: SOHC; three valves per cylinder Induction: Single 34mm constant-velocity carburetor Ignition: CD with electronic advance, two spark plugs per cylinder DRIVE TRAIN Transmission: Wide-ratio five-speed Final Drive: Shaft CHASSIS / SUSPENSION / BRAKES Front Suspension: 41mm fork;4.6 inches travel Rear Suspension: Dual shocks with five-position spring preload adjustability;3.5 inches travel Front Brake: Single 296mm disc with twin-piston caliper Rear Brake: 180mm Drum Front Tire: 90/90-21 Rear Tire: 160/80-15 DIMENSIONS Rake: 34-degree 30' Trail: 158mm (6.2 inches) Wheelbase: 65.0 inches Seat Height: 25.7 inches Dry Weight: TBD Fuel Capacity: 3.7 gallons, including 0.9-gallon reserve OTHER Emissions: Meets current EPA standards. California version meets current CARB standards and may differ slightly due to emissions equipment

2016 Kawasaki Concours 14 ABS Metallic Moondust Gray

$4,195

Cypress, Texas

Year 2013

Make Honda

Model Crf 250L

Category Dual Sport

Engine 250 cc

Posted Over 1 Month

2013 Honda Crf 250L, I have a 2013 Honda CRF250L that is in immaculate condition and has been upgraded for sale for $4195 or trade. This bike is a near perfect 50/50 balance of on/off road. When I bought it, I didn't know how much I would get into off-road and am now looking for something like a KTM 350/450/500EXC or 690 enduro or Husqvarna TE310/449/510/630 or FE530S or street legal WR250F or WR450F or WR250R possibly. If you have other bikes that are street legal/dual sport/enduro and more like 75-90% off-road then I am open to offers as well. I bought it thinking I would do more road riding than off road, but my son has taken up off-road and I would like to ride on the track with him more than on the road now. This bike is a 10/10 condition, with no major scratches, scuffs, rust, corrosion, dirt, etc. It is in near showroom condition, and has barely 800 miles on it! It has been on a few trail rides, but has NEVER been down or damaged/repaired! It has mostly been ridden on the street. I even took it to the MX track and was totally surprised at how well it did! It was quite a bit of fun, I just want to step it up a notch off-road rather than on-road. Recent oil change with honda oil & OEM filter, Air filter cleaned after the last off-road ride, chain lubed and adjusted regularly, and tire pressure/balance is all good. With the fuel injection, it starts instantly and is ready to ride! These motors are based off of the CBR250R motor, and are known to be HIGH reliability, excellent fuel mileage, super smooth ride, and will cruise at 65mph all day long. It will run up to about 75mph and close to 80mph if you are a lightweight person. Rides very well with a passenger too! Rear tire is at about 75% and front tire is probably more like 90% tread. No leaks from the engine or fork seals. All dirt/grime was cleaned out of all the cracks and crevices. The pictures don't really give an idea of how good the condition really is! It has been garage kept all of its' life. Clean Texas Blue Title in my hand, and inspected/registered/insured through 5/16! Upgrades: Moose Handguards (not shown, but installed) Pro Taper oversized handlebars and risers Scott comfort grips LED Tail light and fender eliminator New graphics kit EJK Fuel Injection Programmer Yoshimura Exhaust Mini LED turn signals front and rear Clutch & Brake Lever Gripper Covers Custom Gripper seat cover Folding aluminum black/red shift lever Text me at 832-451-5411 or email me at courtney_vaughan1@yahoo.com for more pictures and details. $4,195.00