Honda Magna — Definition

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Honda Magna —

1st Generation VF750C (1982-1986)

The Honda V45 Magna was sold in and was available in either Candy or Candy Imperial Blue, but for the gas and side covers only. The instruments, and fenders were like many other at the time. The front disc had straight grooves.

The speedometer had a 85 mph km/h) limit. The engine was a 748 cc 4-valve liquid-cooled V-4 linked to a transmission and a shaft drive. starting SN JH2RC071*CM000033)

The 1983 V45 was available in one of two colors and the headlight, and fenders were chrome. The gas and side covers were the color (maroon or black). The disc brake grooves curved.

The speedometer had a 150 mph (240 limit. The engine was a 748 cc DOHC liquid-cooled V-4 linked to a 6-speed and a shaft drive. (1983 SN JH2RC071*DM100011)

The US government imposed rate hikes for foreign-built in order to combat their is sales in North America, and to aid the motorcycle manufacturers, namely So for 1984 Honda responded by the engine size for the 750s, and the became the VF700C.


dohc 4 valve 90 degree

Displacement: 748 cc

Transmission: 6 speed

height: 32 in (813 mm)

Final Shaft

Cooling: Liquid

Dual Disc-Front, Drum-Back

2nd VF700C and VF750C (1987-1988)

mechanical and cosmetic changes introduced over the years, but the core of the Magna remained the In 1987, the 700 cc engine produced 80 bhp (60 kW) @ rpm, with torque 46 (62 Nm) @ 7500 rpm. In the Magna grew back to its size of 748 cc.

The 1987 V45 Magna was in either Black or Candy Red (1988 dropped Blue in of Black), the air cleaner cover was black with a V45 emblem, and the tank decal was silver. The system was now an upswept 4-into-4 set of truly unique in the cruiser Although the exhaust pipes a beautiful sight, they not friendly to the use of saddlebags as they too high.

The rear wheel was a aluminum disc and the chin was color-matched. The second generation was the first to have the lower height of a mere 27.8 (706 mm), more 4 inches (102 mm) lower its predecessor. A total of 16,000 were built for the 1987 year, while only were built for 1988. starting SN JH2RC280*JA100001)


Engine: dohc 4 90 degree V-four

Displacement: 700 cc and 748 cc

6 speed

Wet weight was 529 lb (240 kg)

height: 27.8 in (706 mm)

Drive: Shaft Cooling:

Brakes: Single disc drum rear

3rd Generation (1994-2003)

1999 Honda

The ‘Power Cruisers’ category had been occupied by the Kawasaki and the Yamaha V-Max, (as well as the Magnas), was bolstered in 1993 the Magna 750. As an early 1994 model, Honda to capture the market for powerful by lifting the engine from the and slotting it in a cruiser chassis. The itself was beautified by the addition of and some extra fins, and by the 4 into 4 exhaust.

The seat was very low, at 28 inches, the passenger seat being The all new frame was complemented by 41 mm forks, shocks, and a single disc on the A drum brake was used on the

A few internal changes were to the VFR engine for use in the Magna, including a crankshaft, a 5 speed transmission and driven cams. Smaller were also utilized. The resulted in a stronger mid-range and a very broad band of

Power is 78.2 bhp (58 kW) @ 9000rpm, torque of 48.2 (65 Nm) @ rpm.

The design of the 3rd generation remained relatively unchanged its lifetime. The tank decal was in 1995, and a miniature fairing was on 1995 and 1996 Deluxe The only practical way to tell the of a Magna from a distance is by its scheme, but even that is not a since only a few colours rotated through use.

The distinctive paint scheme was a design found on mid-late models.

2004 saw the demise of the along with other stablemates such as the V-Twin ACE and Shadow Spirit, as well as the Valkyrie. All these bikes a strong following in their categories, and their current are saddened at the huge loss. just as the Magna was discontinued for a of years between the 2nd and 3rd generations, is a possibility that a 4th generation is in the wings that would enthusiasts’ desires.

This include dual-disc brakes up and a single in the rear, extended between refueling stops, a stock seat, and upgraded It has been suggested that the iteration of the VFR800 with would make an ideal while other adherents like to see the return of the V65 in Magna


Engine Type: 748 cc 90° V-4

Bore and Stroke: 70 by 48.6 mm

Ratio: 10.8:1

Valve DOHC; 4 valves per cylinder

Four 34 mm CV

Ignition: Solid-state

Transmission: 5-speed

Final O-ring-sealed chain

Front 41 mm cartridge fork; 150 mm travel

Suspension: Dual shocks 5-way spring preload 3.9 inches (10 mm) travel

Front 1-piston caliper, 12.4 in mm) disc

Rear Brake: drum

Front Tire: tubeless

Rear Tire: tubeless

Wheelbase: 65.0 (1.65 m)

Rake/trail: 32o/5.2 in mm)

Seat Height: 28.0 (711 mm)

Honda V-Twin Magna

Dry Weight: 504.8 (229 kg)

Wet weight: 539 lb (244 kg)

Capacity: 3.6 (US or imperial?) gallons, 0.8 gallon (US or imperial?) reserve

mile (402 m) acceleration: s, 102.9 mph (165.6 km/h)

200 (183 m) top-gear acceleration 50 mph (80 km/h), terminal speed: mph (117 km/h)

Magna Siblings

1984-1985 Magna V30

The 1984 Honda V30, designated VF500C’84 in California), was sold in 1984. Two were available: Candy Red and Black. The HONDA fuel logo was straight, not curved in first year. The headlight was and rectangular.

The horns were The chrome exhaust system was a It had a chain drive.

The engine was a 498 cc 4-valve liquid-cooled V-4 linked to a transmission.(Starting SN JH2PC1317EM000004 (California))(Starting SN (excl. California))

The 1985 V30 Magna was sold in one of two colors: or Candy Wineberry Red. The gas tank logo was curved. The was chrome and rectangular. The horns round. The chrome exhaust was a 4-into-2.

It had a chain drive. The was a 498cc DOHC 4-valve V-4 linked to a 6-speed transmission. SN JH2PC130*FM100001)


Engine: 4-valve 90-degree V-four

498 cc

Transmission: 6-speed

Final Chain

Cooling: Liquid

Single Disc-Front, Drum-Back

Honda Magna V65

A year the introduction of the V45 Magna Sabre, the V65 Magna; an 1100 cc V-Four more power than any Honda at the time. The engine was praised for its broad range of power. The V65 engine did not share any with the V45, but the designs very similar, just on a scale. The engine achieved primary balance, and its narrow belied its capacity.

The riding position was a little too for long trips, but on short it was quite comfortable. Suspension was sport-bike-taut, possibly to deal the shaft drive effect. in 1983 was 105 bhp (78 kW), with of 68.86 (93 Nm) Wet weight was 574 lb kg).


Engine: 4-valve 90-degree V-four

1098 cc

Transmission: 6 speed

height: 32.0 in (813 mm)

Drive: Shaft Cooling:

Brakes: Dual Disc-Front,

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