5d80d7912b The F2 was announced in late 1990 at $4998 and it promised to be a worthy follow-up to the original Honda Hurricane that debuted in 1987. As usual, the most common mod was replacement of the exhaust system along with a jet kit. The Honda F3 won all 11 of the races that year, scoring a perfect shutout of the competition. This item is a:k&l rear brake master cylinder rebuild kit. Going to switch it over to synthetic.
Norway's Jim Kjerpeseth owns this tastefully done 96 F3 with over 38,500 miles on the clock. Now if you had a nice 70's MV Augusta 750 sitting in the garage. No gas + Snazzy Kerker exhaust = no tuning, but you get a factory warranty?? SWEET! So I have to believe that this gem is sitting at a dealership in Amherst, OH on the MCO. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited. Most of these bikes have been crashed or parted out so the real number left is much less than produced. i saw your Z at drift showoff awhile back. Rear Tire 160/60ZR-17 radial; 42 psi (2.90 kg/cm^2) .