Tamiya 14021 - 1/12 Honda VF750F (Model Car)  [14021]

Tamiya 14021 - 1/12 Honda VF750F (Model Car)
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The Honda VF750F Model Car produced by Tamiya in 1/12 scale assembly kit, is classified in Scale Models - Vehicles - Motorcycles

  • The Honda Motorcycle Company, now the biggest producer of bikes on the planet, dropped out of first class racing for many years, but began once again in 1979 with entry within the 500cc World Championship path events. Their entry was the NR500 4 swing V 4 cylinder race device. The majority of bikes in this course were two stroke machines and Honda would not fare well along with their entry therefore in 1982 they entered the NS500 2 stroke bike. Even though Honda wasn't sucessful utilizing the four swing machine they collected much technical knowledge with later been employed by them in manufacturing of the newly created and circulated VF show bikes. Each of Honda's "Supersport" bikes have had multi cylinder machines installed such as for example their parallel 4 and 6 cylinder bikes, however; in April 1982, they start to release the V format motor bikes such as the VF750 and VT250 in touring variations. Numerous motorcycle fans choose the Super sport variations since they are almost copied from their racing counterparts. The VF750F is such a bike. Motor design is the same as that inside touring bikes, but internally the motor is very various. It's a DOHC 16 valve, four cylinder water cooled product of 748cc in a 90 degree "V" structure. It's red lined at 10,500RPM therefore the domestic and export variations have actually a 72hp and 84hp output. They have used a newly developed clutch system of a straight back torque limiting kind making sure that down moving at high speeds wont result in the backside wheel hopping as a result of unexpected slowing of engine braking. Engine is rigid installed in a double cradle square pipe frame of light, but quite difficult steel pipe, which have been proven in the competition tracks of Europe. Rear suspension may be the Honda Pro-Link system and front side is normal telescopic using the kept fork having TRAC anti nose dive suppression. Honda began its climb to fame with the CB750 in 1969 and continues the climb because of the VF750F in 1982.

Specs and qualities:

  • 1/12 scale synthetic model.

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