1977 Hadley-Dresda-Honda

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Details

  • Year 1977
  • VAT No Duty Paid
  • Location Ojai CA US
  • Color Red
  • Motorcycle Type Sports/Super Sports
  • CC 750



Description

The Hadley-Dresda-Honda was designed by architect Harlan Hadley and built by his hand-picked,select group of well-known and accomplished speed freaks to compete in AHRMA F750 racing in the mid-1990’s. During it’s hey-day of on-track use, it was the subject of numerous magazine articles in Motor Cyclist magazine and other motorcycle sports media.

Hadley was inspired by HRC big-bore racers of the 1970’s and found the world – renowned Dresda frame the perfect platform in which to house a well-tuned Honda 750 four-cylinder engine. His assistants on this project include Jack Seaver, Mitch Boehm, Eugene Klymenko and Patrick Bodden. Together they chose the best components available from sources around the world and built what couldn’t be bought. Kymenko in particular was an enormously importantly tuner to have onboard for the project. His time spent with the legendary ‘Pops’ Yoshimura would pay huge dividends in the production of usable horsepower from the big Honda. 82 rear wheel horsepower and 50 foot pounds of torque at 9,200 rpm would propel the Honda to well over 150 mph at tracks like Daytona Speedway. At just 368 pounds dry, this Honda is a serious race weapon built to a very high standard and is eligible for AHRMA F750 Class.

Components include: Barnett Kevlar Clutch Kit, Dynatek CD ignition system, rev limiter, Falicon Supercrank, adjustable cam sprockets, Ferodo brake rotors and pads, Keihin CR carbs, Nova close-ratio racing transmission, Hindle CR750 exhaust system, Mansson Technologies titanium axles, fasteners, bolts, and other hardware, Megacycle Cams, High performance NGK plugs, aluminum sprockets, Precision Machine stainless steel valves, guides and springs, Cartridge fork emulators, Sudco Throttle, Tsubaki non- O rin chain, Custom Sun rums, and stainless spokes, body work by Airtech with Vesco seat and Dick Mann replica Gustafsson windscreen, Klymenko Flow head work and engine building with custom machine work by Forrest Kerns and Jord

PRICE

$ 16,500

CONTACT DETAILS

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