Might be purchasing a 73 RD350!!! Ive read alot about the bikes but does anyone have any experience with 'em? Inputs please, gonna go look and possibly purchase. Bike looks clean from pics and low miles too.
Very fast - we used to hide from them on our 450's......
Great handling, but real "peaky" engines, like most 2-strokes of the era - little or no power till they come "on the pipe", then it kicks in with vengeance.
My RD400D is gonna be my end I recon, be it accidental or financial (on account of all the speed cameras popping up). I'm a mellow rider, but I've had the front wheel up a few times forgetting which bike I was on when the lights turn green :shock:
Get use to hippys and Gore diciples wagging their finger :twisted:
It works! It never hurt any RC engine as far as I know. They spin at over 20,000rpm's too (mine spun up to 23,000), so I'd imagine it wouldn't hurt any old jap bike... Hell, Honda's will run on cooking oil.. 3:00 mark -
DO NOT put RC/Model airplane fuel in your Honda! ... It will "lunch" the engine...4oz in a tank-full was too much..... DON'T ASK how I know..... (A 14 year old on a "nitro" Honda S 90 should tell you all you need)........
A forum community dedicated to Honda Twin cylinder motorcycle owners and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about performance, engine builds, classifieds, modifications, troubleshooting, maintenance, and more!