Honda VF750F

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Honda VF750F V45
Manufacturer Honda
Also called Intercepter
Production 1983–1985
Successor VFR750F
Engine 750 cc liquid-cooled DOHC V4 four-stroke, carbureted

The Honda VF750F V45 Intercepter is a sports motorcycle produced by Honda from 1983 to 1985. Using a revised engine from the Sabre/Magna with chain drive and a five-speed gearbox the half-faired motorcycle was introduced with an 86-horsepower liquid-cooled double overhead cam (DOHC) V4 four-stroke engine in a steel perimeter frame.[1]

The bike won the Castrol Six Hour race in 1983.

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