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Honda CB350 P1 Race Bike For Sale

Postby TimV » Tue Mar 08, 2016 8:11 pm

*edited: forgot the slipper type chain guide/tensioner

**Please contact SuperDave directly for ALL inquiries on this motorcycle! See contact info below!**

Honda CB350 Twin race bike for sale

- VRRA P1-350 Eligible
- Braced and welded frame
- Yamaha XS 35mm front end with Progressive springs
- Hagon rear shocks
- NHK steering damper
- Vortex clip-ons and custom rear sets
- 520 conversion including new chain
- CB450 front wheel/brake with new shoes
- Engine has performance valve springs, 1st over pistons, 30 mm Mikunis, Dyna 3 ohm coils, Allan Lylloff custom ignition and high mount exhaust.
* - Slipper type cam chain guide/tensioner
- Well set up and runs great
- Comes with ownership and race stand
- Located in North Bay, On
- Can help with delivery

$2,000 firm. Please contact Dave at superdavemas@hotmail.com or call (705)840-8752

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Re: Honda CB350 P1 Race Bike For Sale

Postby Thomas Faulds » Wed Mar 09, 2016 9:11 am

Nice Bike!
But not eligible for P1 competition.

The Spec Sheet suggests that it is P2 Lt according to the Rule Book (page 15) ???

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Re: Honda CB350 P1 Race Bike For Sale

Postby Thomas Faulds » Wed Mar 09, 2016 9:11 am

Nice Bike!
But not eligible for P1 competition.

The Spec Sheet suggests that it is P2 Lt according to the Rule Book (page 15) ???

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Re: Honda CB350 P1 Race Bike For Sale

Postby TimV » Wed Mar 09, 2016 9:58 am

Hi Tom, what part does not make it eligible for P1?

Thanks,

Tim
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Re: Honda CB350 P1 Race Bike For Sale

Postby Rick Yates » Wed Mar 09, 2016 10:39 am

TimV wrote:Hi Tom, what part does not make it eligible for P1?

Thanks,

Tim



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Re: Honda CB350 P1 Race Bike For Sale

Postby Justind97 » Wed Mar 09, 2016 10:47 am

Rick Yates wrote:
TimV wrote:Hi Tom, what part does not make it eligible for P1?

Thanks,

Tim



Yamaha XS 35mm front end with Progressive springs


Not how I interpret the rule... but that's just me..
I see "The rolling chassis must be of a racing style as per Period 1 rules."

The way the rule is worded the beginning is referring to the engine.
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Re: Honda CB350 P1 Race Bike For Sale

Postby TimV » Wed Mar 09, 2016 10:55 am

I don't get it?

Please be more specific in what's wrong with forks and springs.

Thanks

Rick Yates wrote:
TimV wrote:Hi Tom, what part does not make it eligible for P1?

Thanks,

Tim



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Re: Honda CB350 P1 Race Bike For Sale

Postby Justind97 » Wed Mar 09, 2016 11:09 am

TimV wrote:I don't get it?

Please be more specific in what's wrong with forks and springs.

Thanks

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TimV wrote:Hi Tom, what part does not make it eligible for P1?

Thanks,

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I think he is implying that it is not OEM Honda CB350.
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Re: Honda CB350 P1 Race Bike For Sale

Postby Rick Yates » Wed Mar 09, 2016 11:24 am

Tim, you can interpret the rule as starting only CB350 parts are allowed on the whole bike. :shock:
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Re: Honda CB350 P1 Race Bike For Sale

Postby Justind97 » Wed Mar 09, 2016 11:31 am

Rick Yates wrote:Tim, you can interpret the rule as starting only CB350 parts are allowed on the whole bike. :shock:


Modified Honda CB/CL/SL 350 twin cylinder machines, which deviate from the use of stock original equipment engine components, are moved to the Period 2 Supervintage Lightweight class.

I think it's fine, but Greg should step in?
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Re: Honda CB350 P1 Race Bike For Sale

Postby dave » Wed Mar 09, 2016 12:45 pm

Thanks for the interest guys...I emailed greg this a.m. to clarify any problems with my bike, ...cheers dave #103
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Re: Honda CB350 P1 Race Bike For Sale

Postby dave » Wed Mar 09, 2016 9:34 pm

bike is sold to a new member...dave#103
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Re: Honda CB350 P1 Race Bike For Sale

Postby Motoshire747 » Thu Mar 10, 2016 11:38 am

TimV wrote:Hi Tom, what part does not make it eligible for P1?

Thanks,

Tim


Honda Sticker is rather large and flamboyant...
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Re: Honda CB350 P1 Race Bike For Sale

Postby Bob Smith » Thu Mar 10, 2016 3:26 pm

Ahem, Kawasaki Green isn't flamboyant???
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Re: Honda CB350 P1 Race Bike For Sale

Postby Jamie Bosson » Fri Mar 11, 2016 8:16 pm

I sold my 350 to a new member aswell, his twin brother also bought a 350 to ride together. New crew this year. Of course with andy at the front leading the new kids around.
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