Honda XRV750

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Honda "Africa Twin".

The Honda XRV750, also known as the Africa Twin, is a motorcycle manufactured by Honda. The motorcycle was based on the NXR-750 which won the Paris Dakar rally 3 times in the late eighties.

The Africa Twin XRV is available in 650cc (42kW) and 750cc configurations. It is no longer manufactured. It's considered by many to be the most robust motorcycle that Honda has ever manufactured.

Specifications

XRV750 Africa Twin
  L to N models
(1990 to 1992)
P to S models
(1993 to 1995)
T models onwards
(1996 on)
Overall length 2315 to 2380 mm
Overall width 895 mm 905 mm
Overall height 1420 mm 1430 mm
Wheelbase 1565 mm
Seat height 880 mm 860 mm 870 mm
Weight (dry) 185 kg 205 kg
Fuel tank capacity (including reserve) 25 litres 23 litres

Wheels:

   Front 21 inch spoke, aluminium rim 
   Rear 17 inch spoke, aluminium rim 

Tyres L to N (1990 to 1992) models:

   Front 90/90-21 54H 
   Rear 130/90-17 65S 

Tyres P models onwards (1993 on):

   Front 90/90-21 54S 
   Rear 140/80-R17 69H 

Tyre Pressures (Rider) L to N (1990 to 1992) models:

   Front 29 psi 
   Rear 29 psi 

Tyre Pressures (Rider & Passenger) L to N (1990 to 1992) models:

   Front 29 psi 
   Rear 33 psi 

Tyre Pressures (Rider) P models onwards (1993 on):

   Front 29 psi 
   Rear 29 psi 

Tyre Pressures (Rider & Passenger) P models onwards (1993 on):

   Front 29 psi 
   Rear 36 psi

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