Honda CBX750

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Honda CBX750
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Manufacturer Honda
Also called CBX750E, CBX750F, CBX750G, CBX750P
Parent company Honda
Production 1983-88, Police version until 2001
Class Sport touring
Engine

747 ccm straight-4
Bore x stroke: 67.0 x 53.0 mm (2.6 x 2.1 inches)
Power: 91.00 hp (66.4 kW) @ 9500 rpm

electric starter
Transmission 6-speed, chain drive (Shaft Drive in police version)
Brakes Front: dual discs
Rear: single disc
Tires Front: 110/90R16
Rear: 130/80R18
Fuel capacity 22 L (5.81 gallons)
Related Honda CBX750P

The CBX750, or RC17 is a Honda motorcycle sold primarily in Europe, South Africa and Australia. Manufactured from 1984 to 1988, the CBX750 was developed from the CB750, in parallel with the VF750, a wholly new design. It is also used for motorcycle police in Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Turkey, Gibraltar & Ireland.


The pre-1988 CBX750 had a 16-inch-diameter (410 mm) front wheel, which restricts replacement tire choice.

Police version[edit]

CBX 750 Hong Kong police model

The CBX750P is based on a Japanese CB750SC "Horizon". Which is like a CB750SC/CB700SC Nighthawk S, but with an 18inch front wheel. Unlike the Honda CB700SC, CBX750P uses a slipper clutch (back-torque limiter) and diaphragm spring to engage clutch.

Similarities between the CBX750P and the CBX750, other than the name, end at them sharing most of the engine parts.

The motorcycle also has 4 safety guards (2 on each side), a meter-stop option (to record top speed), loud speakers, and no fuel gauge.

F2[edit]

Honda CBX 750 F2
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Manufacturer Honda
Also called CBX 750 FII
Production 198?-??
Predecessor CBX 750 F
Class Sport touring
Engine

747 ccm straight-4

electric starter
Transmission 6-speed, chain drive
Brakes Front: dual discs
Rear: single disc
Tires Front: 110/90R16
Rear: 130/80R18
Fuel capacity 22 L (5.81 gallons)

The CBX 750 F2 (Also CBX 750 FII) is a Honda motorcycle sold primarily in Europe, Brazil and Japan. The CBX 750 F2 was developed from the CBX750, in parallel with the VF750. Until today, many spare parts can be ordered directly from Brazil.

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