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  • Honda C71, C76, C72, C77 Dream


    Honda CA77 Dream 300 The Honda C71 and C72 Dream, and the identical C76 and C77 bikes with displacement, were the first larger-capacity motorcycles that Honda mass-exported. They were characterised by a pressed steel frame and alloy overhead cam twin-cylinder engines, and were very well equipped, with 12 volt electrics, electric starter, indicators, dual seats and other advanced features, not common to most motorcycles of the period.

  • Honda Euro Sport


    The Honda Euro Sport (or VT500E Euro) is a motorcycle in the Honda VT series. It was made between 1983 and 1987 but it only sold about a tenth as many as the Honda CX500 it replaced, at least in Germany.

  • Honda VTX Series


    The Honda VTX series is a line of Honda V-twin cruiser motorcycles inspired by the Zodia concept shown at the 1995 Tokyo Motor Show. The Honda VTX 1800 was launched in 2001 as a 2002 model. At the time this bike was introduced the Honda VTX engine was the largest displacement production V-twin in the world, but that distinction would be short-lived as the VTX1800 was superseded in 2004 by the 2-liter Kawasaki Vulcan 2000., Nevertheless, the VTX 1800 still produced better 0-60 mph and 1/4 mile times.VTX stands for V-Twin Extreme. A smaller VTX1300 line was introduced for the 2003 model year, which evolved into the VT1300C line starting with the 2010 model year. In addition to the 52° V-twin layout, commonalities for the 1800 and 1300 powertrains include: radiator with cooling fan; cylinder heads with two intake valves and a single, larger, exhaust valve; rocker arms with screw-and-locknut clearance adjusters; electronic control unit with 3-D ignition maps for each cylinder; two spark plugs per cylinder; dry sump oil system with the oil tank inside the gearbox case; shaft final-drive.

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