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honda cb750

This Honda CB750 has been manufactured from the brand of Honda. This vehicle turns to be from the class of Sport. It can be driven in a top speed of 125 mph. Also the engine is transverse, overhead inline four cylinder engine, which is been manufactured in a sport bike configuration. There is a presence of 5 speed manual auto transmission box in this motorcycle. The wheel base of this bike is 57.3 inches. It can hold the fuel of about 19 Litres. It also consumes 35 metre for every gram. In the front, the suspension is of telescopic work and even at the back spring arms with two springs are fixed. The weight of the vehicle is around 220 kg. The height of the seat of the vehicle is 31 inches.  It can produce 67 hp at the rate of 8000 rpm. This vehicle has an electric starter, kill switch, flashing turn mirrors and also dual mirrors in it.

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