1967 Honda N600

Honda N600

The N600 was introduced in 1969. It was technologically ripe for its meter, with an all admixture locomotive which could reach 9000 rpm. Locomotive turnout was 36-45 hp (27-34 kW) and the N600 was open of 81 mph (130 km/h). It delivered astonishingly zippy functioning because of its lightness burthen (some 550 kg/1100 pounds), due to concordat dimensions and around fictile parts (care boot lid). The kickoff brakes were rattling watery. Back hiatus was a torque bar and riffle springs. Yield was stopped-up in 1972, afterwards the sportier Honda Z600 (or Z-Act, contingent commonwealth) was introduced.

1967 Honda N600

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