Honda VFR750 RC36 (1990 - 1997)

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Honda VFR750 RC36 (1990 - 1997)
the VFR slotted into its ‘all-rounder’ role and has been regarded as one of the best do-it-all bikes

Our Review

Reviewed: 15 December 2004 by Visordown
Honda’s VF750 was dogged with reliability problems back in ‘86, so Honda created a bike so over-engineered it need never suffer the terrible taunting its predecessor had; the VFR750. To this day, VFRs are still regarded as some of the most dependable bikes on the planet.But dependable needn’t mean boring. ...  Continue reading

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Reader Reviews

20 user reviews of Honda VFR750 RC36 (1990 - 1997) See all

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It's a fabulous companion. Two-up, touring, commuting, A-road, B-road - it deals with them all and with some style. My original point stands true... Continue reading...
Just over four years ago I was looking for two wheels and my priority was reliability and build quality.
I also had two other wishes..
1,Center stand
2,Haynes manual
I previously had a Buell White Lightnin Continue reading...
150 000 miles
One clutch,
Second Kit chain
Two regulators
One set rear of fairing second hand
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Brilliant bike! I inherited it from my father after he traded up to a new CBF 1000, as they offered him a rediculously low trade in value for it he decided to just give it to me to replace my 1993 CBR 600F, Its Continue reading...
I have had two of these VFRs, between the two of them I have had a ZZR600, a T595 Daytona and a BMW R1150 GS adventure. I will now always have a VFR, its the bike that works for me the best. The current one is Continue reading...

Discussions

In the last 4yrs i,ve owned a zzr600 er6f vfr800 and a 94 vfr750 and the moment running a 91 vfr750 in red gold wheels £800 50k and i must say its the best bike i've ever had may be  a little slower than the 800 but still enough power for me .becoming a bike instructer next year and will be buying a cbf500 hope its as good..........

Posted: 29/08/2009 at 14:03

HELP !!!!! SPEEDO READS MORE THAN ACTUAL SPEED , DROPPED A TOOTH ON FRONT SPROCKET BUT DONT SEEM TO MAKE MUCH DIFFERANCE ,

Posted: 04/07/2011 at 20:22



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Excellent build quality and reliability, a relatively safe second-hand buy.
 
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  • Price: £8200.00
  • Year: 1990 - 1997
  • Top speed: 150mph
  • Price new: 8200
  • Engine capacity: 748cc
  • Power: 98bhp
  • Torque: 53lb ft
  • Weight: 210kg
  • 0-60: 4 seconds

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