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2003-08-28 1986 Honda VF1000R Sport Bikes View Listings

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Ive recently acquired an 86' vf1000r. Its a strong runner and looks ok for an 86'. It has been running hot. A good radiator flush and thermostat helped tremendously. Still very heavy. Its speed out weighs its weight.
- cjallee, NewCastle, Indiana

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2000-09-07 1986 Honda VF1000R Sport Bikes View Listings

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Even though the 86 VF1000R weighs over 500 pounds, I have still managed to get mine to over 150 mph, and still have room before red lining. The red white and blue paint job does set the VF1000R apart from the others. The only modifications I have made is I put some Yashimira slip-ons. The one problem that I have run into is that the engine produces so much heat which is trapped in the body that on hot days while driving in the city. I would experience a vapor lock while waiting for red lights. Good points: Looks Good! Extremely powerful and fun to ride. Not so good: Heavy, tends to run hot.
- L. Smith, Cleveland, Ohio

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2000-08-02 1986 Honda VF1000R Sport Bikes View Listings

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If you're looking for a great looking used motorcycle, and don't want to be like everyone else, think VF1000R. Only a few thousand were imported into the U.S., so seeing one is pretty rare. The high points of the bike are; typical Honda reliability, build quality and comfort. The low points; VERY HEAVY, aftermarket parts (pipes, bodywork, etc...) are hard to find, and it's not very good in the tight twisties. If you ride mostly long sweeping curves, you'll really like this bike. It's a poor mans RC-30 or GSXR750 Limited.
- steve clark, Denver, Colorado

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