We introduce the world most honored Honda CR 750. It’s also the fastest and maybe the most famous and the best of all CR 750 still on track. It has been constructed through 1996 and 1997 with the highest standard and has been driven up to victory by a large amount of well known pilots.
Discover what you can get in acquiring this ultimate replica…
- 22 liter RSC made factory fuel tank alloy with magnesium cap
- Dick Mann seat/seat cover taken from Honda race team spares
- Alloy factory RSC oil tank from Team Honda
- RSC magnesium side cover for AC generator
- Hand made megaphones by Rob North to factory “works” specs
- Titanium front & rear axels, from Dick Mann spares
- Titanium engine bolts & swingarm pivot from Dick Mann spares
- RSC tachometer/oil pressure mounting plate
- Factory RSC tachometer
- Works Performance rear shocks built to M3 Racing specs
- Special alloy swingarm bearings and pivot system
- Frame has all factory RSC special brackets/foot peg mounts
- Special M3 Racing top engine mounting plate system
- Frame has special bracing
- RSC factory front fairing mount
- Factory RSC steering dampener brackets
- Ohlin steering dampener
- RSC RS1000 brake pedal
- RSC rear brake cable
- Factory RSC rear magnesium hub
- RSC foot pegs and mount
- Alloy top/bottom criple clamps with special offset
- 37mm Honda forks with Race Tech set up and special springs
- HRC special alloy clipons
- RSC factory throttle
- Special alloy shift pedal
- RSC special oil cooler and lines
- WM3 front alloy rim with Dunlop KR124A (3.25 X 3.50)
- WM5 rear alloy rim with Dunlop KR164 (3.75 X 5.00)
CR750 HONDA RACING ENGINE
- Engine built by M3 Racing (92-93 HP @ 9800 RPM)
- Nova Close Ratio gear box (newest updated version)
- Lightened/balanced/micro polished crank with oil hole mods
- Carrillo conecting rods with Kelmet racing beariings
- Special M3 slipper type cam chain tensioner/Tsubaki racing chain
- Special M3 racing pistons/rings, set at zero deck height
- Special M3 racing grind camshaft by Web Cam
- Lightened/polished rocker arms with special M3 adjustimng lock nuts
- KPMI springs/Ti retainers and Black Diamond valves
- Cylinder head Ported/flowed by “Berreth Heads” to M3 specs
- Special primary drive hub with M3 modifications
- Dyna ingition with OEM advancer
- Special top cover with top engine mount by M3 Racing
- CR special 31mm carbs
- Heavy duty racing clutch
- Heavy duty primary chains
- OEM oil pump modified to M3 Racing specs
A BRIEF HISTORY
- Bike was constructed during winter of 1996-1997, in house here at M3 Racing factory in Northern Minnesota by Mark McGrew and M3 crew.
- 1997 Debuted at Deland FL in Dick Mann/Team Honda Racing livery.
- 1997 Mitch Boehm (Motorcyclist) gave bike first wins at Willow Springs CA.
- 1997 Riden by Japanese rider, Ken Nemoto (Riders Club magazine & ex Factory Honda racer) to Third place at AHRMA Willow Springs, CA event.
- 1997 Adam Popp….Finsihed Third in AHRMA F-750 Championship.
- 1998 Bike was re-painted in Honda factory GP colors, circa 1960’s. (silver fairing with yellow stripe, red tank, seat)
- 1998 Won AHRMA F750 Championship with “perfect score” 12 out of 12 race wins.
- 1998 Won both legs of AHRMA Team Challenge at Dayona.
- 1998 Bike was fastest Classic bike at Daytona (142 mph)
- 1998 AMA Superbike Champion, Reg Pridmore rides bike at Sears Point for Lap of Honor.
- 1998 Traveled to Mallory Park UK to compete in second half or AHRMA Team Challenge. Highest point scorer for US team.
- 1999 Adam Popp….Won Second AHRMA F-750 Championship.
- 1999 Established top speed record (155.556 mph) at Daytona for any Classic motorcycle.
- 1999 Travelled by invitation to the Dutch TT in Assen Holland, Circuit Van Drenth to race in Classic Team Challenge by Team Obsolete. during the 500 GP weekend. Fastest lap of meet, (DNS due to experimental engine problems)
- 2000 Won Daytona AHRMA F-750 event
- 2000 Fastest Classic bike at Dayona (150)
- 2000 Adam Popp….Third place in AHRMA F-750 Championship (attended only 4 events)
- 2000 Traveled by invitation to LInkoping Sweden to participate in the Jubileumsracet Festival. Finished 2nd place both days, after crashing on first lap of first practice and having to do major repairs on site.
- 2001 Won Daytona AHRMA F-750 race by 57 seconds and an AHRMA record.
- 2001 Established the Classic bike quickest lap record of 2:07 @ Daytona.
- 2001 Established quickest lap reacord of 1:56 for Classic Bikes at Brainerd International Raceway.
- 2001 Won the Classic bike race at Brainerd International Speedway.
- 2001 Traveled by invitation to the Historic Speed Festival at Silverstone England. Finished 5th place (highest American finish)
- 2002 AMA Grand National Champion, Gary Nixon finished second in AHRMA F-750 & Formula Vintage races.
- 2003 Gary Nixon finished third at AHRMA Formula Vintage race Daytona. (finished second, but jumped start and was penalized one place)
- 2004 Gary NIxon finished second at AHRMA F-750 race in Daytona.
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