Discussion in 'Wheels, Wings, Mud, and Water' started by Styx_II, Dec 30, 2011.
Yes, here as well it is R9T.... but mine is no longer original and I like the R90 better.
I would certainly agree. I'm no fan of the "R nine T" monicker myself, being a classic BMW owner already:
Well, the decision is made. I'm selling my Road Glide, and getting quotes on one of these. Lowest so far is from Honda of Russellville, AR, just outside Little Rock. $3,200 discount off MSRP. I can fly in one way for $500, and ride it home. I'm going to see if anyone closer will match that price, but I don't think it will happen. There is a Honda dealer in Boise that is supposed to be willing to match prices. We shall see...
Is this a left-over (previous model-year) unit? Demo? Every Honda dealership pays the same for every bike so if one dealer can do it, another should be able to match it . . . unless there exists some extenuating circumstance like the low-bid dealer punched it as a demo to get extra incentives from Honda, or they just want to get rid of it. I'd check to make sure it is a new bike with its complete warranty still available.
This is not the best time of year to be riding a bike from AR to ID. I know it's potentially not as much fun but, Forward Air may ship it to you for less than your cost of flying and riding.
I’m going to be letting go of my old friend this spring. I’ve owned this GS since college and it has served me well over the years. It’ll be going to a good friend that will use it more than I currently do. I will be focusing my restoration efforts on a 71 R75/5 that I’ve owned a long time as well.
There are no previous year 2018's. Dealerships that are receiving demo bikes are forbidden from selling them until August. This dealer is the biggest Gold Wing dealer in the US. They have received their first shipment of 20, and another 20+ on the way.
Is that the auto ?
The DCT, or automatic Dual Clutch Transmission, is the one that I want.
Enjoy .Should be a geat touring rig.
Just got done restoring her a few months ago. 1972 Yamaha RT2 360
Beauty! Love it!
NICE! I'm working on a 71 CT1 with a CT2/3 top end and a set of 75 gears. Just scored the after market shocks I wanted after 3 years of hunting.
My 74 CB750K4
Memories! Crashed my Green 1100 in 2002. Left a kidney and spleen behind. Loved that bike though. Bought a 2001 1200 in Black to replace it. Bobn
Very nice ,the sohc 750 Honda will go down in history as one of the greats.I liked the looks of the sohc much better than the dohc.I had a 77 750 hondamatic with a few tweeks and people use to shoot it down till it smoked them .The auto was capable of handling over 120hp and was really not a bad bike to ride atall.
I love mine. Had a bandit that I did about 100k miles on. Then got this when my buddie got killed in plane crash. He owned Kawasaki shop here in town. It's bored stroked milled crammed pods and full kerker. It's a beast
I'm in Russellville. I know Steve that owns the place let me know if I can help
Sorry replied to wrong post. I live in Russellville I know Steve the owner of Honda of Russellville let me know if I can help
Bet it is! I put cams in mine too. Dyno'd at 129 rwhp- about the same as my piped and jetted 1200 @ 132rwhp. Bob
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