Sportsbike Decals and Graphics Motorbike Decal Ducati, Suzuki and Yamaha Decals and Graphics
Honda Decals Yamaha Decals Suzuki Decals Yamaha R6 Decals Yamaha R1 Decals Honda Models Honda Decal Suzuki Decal
  Decals for Sale

Order Tracking
Decal List
How to peel decals
Browse the Catalog

 
  Graphic Kits
  Decals for Aprilia
  Domed Badges
  Decals for Ducati
  Race Numbers
  Skintac Wrap
  Tank Pads
  Racebike Decal Kits
  Wheel Rim Decals
  Decals for BSA
  Key Rings
  Signatures
  Cryptocurrency
  Decals for Kawasaki
  Decals for Honda
  Decals for Suzuki
  Decals for Vespa
  Decals for Yamaha
  Pocket Bike Decals
  Aprilia Single Decals
  Aprilia Sets
  Ducati Single Decals
  Ducati Decal Sets
  Honda Single Decals
  Honda Decal Sets
  Kawasaki Single Decals
  Kawasaki Decal Sets
  Suzuki Single Decals
  Suzuki Decal Sets
  Yamaha Single Decals
  Yamaha Decal Sets
  Yamaha 3 Colour Sets
  Kanji Decals
  Harley Decals
  Norton Decals
  Triumph
  Racing Decals
  Badges
  Flame Decals
  Manufacturer Logos
  Motorbike Decals
  Triumph Decals
  Sample pack
  Flag Decals
INFORMATION
 Honda Specifications
 Smokin' Joe Model
 Honda VF VFR Bikes
 Honda CBR 900 Fireblade
 Yamaha R1
 Yamaha R6
 Yamaha R7
 Yamaha Racing
 Fitting your decals  

 Yamaha Racing History


 
SPECIFICATIONS
Max. HP
86.3 HP @ 11,500 RPM*
Torque
5.72 kg*m (41.4 ft*lb) @ 10,500 RPM*
Size
2045 mm (L)
700 mm (W)
1100 mm (H)
Wheelbase
1410 mm (55.5 in)
Dry Weight
192 kg (423.3 lb)
Front Wheel
120/70-V17
Rear wheel
170/60-V18
List Price (new)
$14,998 US (approx.)
*Max. HP and Torque numbers from Cycle Magazine tests, May 1990, and are values measured at the wheel. All other numbers are from owners manual, 1989
No picture available
Overview:

Released in Europe. Used by Fly'n Fred Merkel to win inaugural World Superbike (WSB) Title. Big news is the "Elf Designed" PRO-ARM (single sided) rear swingarm. The bike sported a 3.0x17" front and a 5.5x18" rear wheel (held in place by a single nut), 41mm forks with no apparent anti-dive, completely new bodywork w/solo saddle and dual headlights, 4/2/1 (left side) exhaust, engine changed back to a 360x crank, gear driven cams, Titanium connecting rods and valve components.

The bike was (is) lighter and more compact in every way from the VFR700/750Fs. New brakes were mounted but still "gold" painted. Color (or Colour in U.K. English - hey it wasn't American yet!) was white with light blue, dark blue and red stripes with gold pinstripes separating the bands of color and red # plates) Note: The European models sported the designation VFR750R on the side panel number plates with no mention of RC30.

This bike was not available for sale in the USA.

We manufacture the highest quality Sports and Motorbike decals, logos, insignia & graphics. All of our products are made from the highest quality vinyl which has a 7 year outdoor life. They can be applied to any smooth surface and can be clear-coated

Home - Colours - Sitemap - Links - How to fit the decals - Custom Decals - Free Adverts

Copyright 2018 Honda Decals