Honda 750-four Dual Sport

Discussion in 'Land of the Rising Sun: ADV Bikes from Japan' started by AirborneAndy, Jan 15, 2013.

  1. AirborneAndy

    AirborneAndy Vagabond

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  2. cbolling

    cbolling Here...Hold my Beer.

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    That looks like a custom job to me.
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  3. pluric

    pluric Gimpy Adventurer

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    Honda produced them in the late 70's for snipe hunting.
    The pipes tended to scare the snipes off so they discontinued production.
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  4. TheLorax

    TheLorax Comitted Lurker

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    You could limit the noise for easier snipe pursuit with proper application of some SAE sphetzer valves and silicone blinker fluid.:deal
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  5. Chillis

    Chillis Land Barge Pilot

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    I like the factory option of abbreviated passenger seat for passengers with abbreviated asses.
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  6. McJamie

    McJamie STROMINATOR

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    That's why we used them here in Canada to hunt the mighty Basselope. They're hearing was rather poor.
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  7. FirstPath

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    :rofl

    Scott in Shoreview
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  8. Reverend12

    Reverend12 Well there it is..

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    They rode those in the Himalayas because they ran so well in thin air, great bikes.
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  9. TeneRay

    TeneRay 2>4

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    Have fun. That engine weighs damn near as much as an entire dirtbike nowadays.
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