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1998 Honda Superhawk VTR1000f

This was a WERA racebike. I purchased it 2 years ago and removed the fairing and started turning it into a standard, much like a Ducati Monster. Most everything is still safety wired. The motor is in great shape. Recent tuneup including plugs, wires, filters, fluids, cam chains adjusted and valve lash checked. The motor has <2000 miles since being rebuilt. It was in fine shape before, just not in race shape. Modifications include;

Stock pistons and crank with aftermarket cams (Moriwaki I believe)
Intake ports deburred and polished
Manual cam chain tensioners
All emissions components removed and/or blocked
K&N air filter
Dynojet Stage 2 jet kit
Yoshimura RS-3 full header with Carbon Fiber mufflers
Re-enforced frame and swingarm
Coerce rearsets
CBR929 front forks, triple clamps and brakes
CBR929 brake and clutch master cylinders
Braided steel brake and clutch lines
Ohlins steering damper
Fox twin clicker shock
VTX1800 radiator installed under seat with dual fans
Summit racing digital speedometer with 1/4 mi and 0-60 recall
SPA tachometer with redline lights and top RPM recall
Auto Meter fuel level gauge (late model sensor)
Daytona digital coolant temp gauge
R1/R6 regulator/rectifier
Freestyle Ingenuity bar risers
Moose Racing ATV handlebars (Banshee)
CRG bar end mirrors
GSXR (07) headlight and windshield
LED signals front and rear

It will need tires and a battery soon. The seat could stand to be recovered. I intended to get the wheels painted when the tires are changed. Spare parts and service manual included.

Located in Statesville, NC, 45 miles north of Charlotte.



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