Posts by tag: NS400R

Sport Bikes For Sale April 13, 2014 posted by

Weekend Auction Updates: OW01, RZ350, NS400R, MC21, 999R

Yamaha OW01 FZR750R for sale

The Automania OW01 is back on eBay. This one has been relisted twice since we first posted it and failed to sell with a high bid of $26,500 on the last auction. This time it wears a $28k buy-it-now, which is $2k less than the listing price on their website.


Yamaha RZ350 for sale

This RZ350 is one of our Featured Listings, which failed to sell in it's first auction with a high bid of $5800. The current bid is $5100 with about 5 days remaining.


Honda NS400R for sale

We first noticed this Honda NS400R on eBay in February and it's been relisted a few times but no takers at $6500 no reserve, which frankly surprises me. Here is the original post.


Honda NSR250 MC21 for sale

Speaking of surprises, this NSR250R MC21 we posted on Thursday has since had a buy-it-now added of $8500, which seems strong to me. Current high bid is $4100 with 3 days remaining.


2005 Ducati 999R for sale

Last but not least, this 2005 Ducati 999R was posted in our classifieds and is now on eBay for the same price of $17800.

dc

Weekend Auction Updates:  OW01, RZ350, NS400R, MC21, 999R
Honda February 1, 2014 posted by

Ending Soon: Titled 1986 Honda NS400R in Maryland

Update 4.13.2014: This NS400R has been relisted a few times at $6500 with no reserve but still not takers. Links updated. -dc

1986 Honda NS400R for sale

Here's a Honda NS400R with an opening bid of $6500 and no reserve. It has minor faults but compared to the minters that we've seen in the last year, this one looks to be an affordable rider. Bid soon though, it ends in less than a day.

dc

1986 Honda NS400R for sale on eBay

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from the seller:

This particular bike is in the Rothman’s livery and is in very good shape, particularly for its vintage. The windscreen is cracked at the mounting point and there is a slight kink in the windshield mounting bracket. There is also a scratch on the bodywork where the pit stand rubbed the fairing because of improper packing and some on minor cracks at the fasteners. Some scratches on the backside of the mirrors.

The bike has 30K miles on it and it starts right up and runs strong. It received a thorough going over prior to my purchasing the bike. I don’t have a complete service history, but the bike runs better than its mileage would indicate so it’s either been very gently used or possibly rebuilt along the way. Titled and tagged in Oregon, the bike is currently in Maryland. The buyer is responsible for pick up/shipping. Also included are a cover, pit stand, solo seat cover (not pictured), a new set of stock tires (not mounted) and a complete, original workshop manual.

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Ending Soon:  Titled 1986 Honda NS400R in Maryland
Honda December 15, 2013 posted by

1985 Honda NS400R Rothmans Edition

1985 Honda NS400R Rothmans For Sale

From the same seller as the RG500 we listed yesterday is this stunning Rothmans NS400R for sale. Also located in Ontario, this one appears just as nice as the the Suzuki. Unfortunately the listing has only 3 pictures and doesn't state if it's registered in the U.S. like the Gamma. The last NS400R we listed was pulled from eBay before the listing ended but the rumor mill indicates it sold for a hefty sum privately. I'll be curious to see where this one ends this close to the holidays.

dc

1985 Honda NS400R for sale on eBay

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from the seller:

Absolutely stunning very rare NS400R Honda

This is out of private collection and has the lowest production number we have ever seen

Perfect original paint and body work, no scratches on anything including the exhaust

Never raced or tracked has original tool kit and owner's manual

new tires and chain for the discerning collector

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1985 Honda NS400R Rothmans Edition
Honda October 12, 2013 posted by

2 Stroke Classics: Honda NS400R (in France)

Probably not as desirable as Suzuki's RG500 4 cylinder or Yamaha's RD500, the NS400R is something in between an RD350 and RD500. In fact, it has a unique 3 cylinder configuration delivering about 70 hp. In the Rothmans colours as found here in France, it is a true classic Honda  of the mid 80s.

1986 Honda NS400R in France 

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The bike is almost completely stock, and the owner will give you the original turn lights and rear seat cover as described below:

Honda NSR 400
Year: 1986
26,000 km
100% original
Give the seat cover and original turn lights
Second gear and segmentation is there 8000 kms

 

I guess this might mean that the piston segment were changed at 8000km and that the sprockets and chain were renewed (kind of early at 8000km, but I guess my French is simply not good enough, so  if you, the reader, are a French speaking please help...here's the original text :-)

Honda 400 NSR
Année : 1986
26.000 kms
100 % origine
Donne avec le capot de selle et les clignotants d'origine
Pignon de deuxième et segmentation fait il y a 8000 kms

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If you are curious about how such a bike would sound, check out the (unrelated) video form Italy below:

The starting price is set at 3500 EUR (about 4700 $) but be ready to offer more than that if you want to bring this bike home. the bike has just 26000km and seems in good shape form the few pictures available.

1986 Honda NS400R in France 

Claudio

2 Stroke Classics: Honda NS400R (in France)
Honda July 30, 2013 posted by

Destination Holland: 1985 Honda NS400R

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Forget about tulips, wooden shoes, cheese, or anything else you think you know about Holland. Ignore the tourist trades and go straight for the good stuff: this nearly new 1985 Honda NS400R.

1985 Honda NS400R for sale on eBay

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Built as a commemoration to Freddie Spencer and his GP title(s), the NS400R is a V3 two stroke that was intended to replicate a street going GP bike as closely as possible. While not as powerful as the RZ500 and RG500 competition from Yamaha and Suzuki, the NS400R was very small and agile, more closely resembling a 250cc bike. A blast to ride and as rare as they come, most of these have seen some reasonable miles and a fair share of abuse. This particular bike is a major exception. Check out the details from the seller below.

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From the seller:
For sale this new Dutch Honda NS400R V3 2 stroke Freddie Spencer GP replica in a original condition as it 27 years ago left from the factory, the bike is new bought by a collector and has only 4700 km (2937 miles) gone, everything is original and new to this motorcycle , there is not even a scratch on it. The engine runs excellent.

If you had no money in 1985, driving license, you were too young or not even born yet, then this is your chance to buy a new Honda NS400R.

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You might want to be sitting down for this next bit. Smokers and strokers from the 1980s are rapidly ascending into expensive classics. This one is no different. Given the apparent original condition from the photographs and the low miles on the bike, this is an example at the upper end of the quality scale. The price also reflects that: your starting bid opens at $11,000 (with no takers as of the time of this writing). If you are on the European continent you have some transport options not available to US buyers (i.e. pick it up yourself and ride it home). Still, this is a great looking bike that is worth a look for you Honda fans. Check it out here!

MI

Destination Holland:  1985 Honda NS400R
Honda June 11, 2013 posted by

V3 Two Stroke Part II: 1986 Honda NS400R

Update 6.10.13: Originally listed and sold in April this year for $6100, this NS400R is back on eBay. Currently under $4k, reserve not met. Less than a day to go, act accordingly! Links updated, -dc

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When it comes to two strokes, the adage "good things come in threes" definitely applies to the NS400R. With a V3 powerplant emmulating Freddie Spencer's championship winning GP bike - and livery to match - the NS400R was a worth street competitor to the RZ500 and RG500 offerings from Yamaha and Suzuki.

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Located in British Columbia, Canada With approximately 15,814 miles, this NS looks to be in reasonable, but not museum quality restored, shape. That is great news for someone who is looking for a solid rider. The wear and damage noted by the seller in words and pictures do not look too major, and could also be remedied with some effort. The rest of the bike looks clean and well presented.

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From the seller:

And then there were three! Wow, more NSRs in the last couple of months than in the last couple of years.

After 15 yrs. of ownership, it is time for a change. This NSR has been street ridden only, NO track time. Ridden properly as a two stroke should be, by adult riders with two stroke experience. Always stored properly and indoors. She has been left stock and refreshed twice in my ownership tenure, all work done professionally. One centre piston, rings and cylinder honing. The expansion chambers have been hot tanked to clean them out as well. 25,450 kms.on her. I have clear title and the bike is registered for road use in British Columbia, Canada. No liens or encumbrances. Canadian bike. I am the third owner. Leave it stock and ride as is or build your own ultimate NSR with a big bore kit, induction and Jolly Motos etc. Unleash your inner Fast Freddie!

International parts support/availability is massive and much research was undertaken on NSR values in U.K., EUR., Oz, Canada and U.S.A. before putting her on the market. I do invite you to check ALL sources out.

The bike has no known mechanical issues and runs well, Si7 Belray Synthetic oil use exclusively She has been over once in a parking lot push over, thanks to an "Old Hat" in a BIG Buick. Very minor scrapes and a small crack in upper, right rear plastic (see photos). Paint codes, decals,body parts available on line.

I have left the bike as is, with nothing to hide. If you require more pics or info, please let me know and I will answer the best I can.

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So now to the big quetion - what is the market value for an NS400R? Given the last bike we saw here on RSBFS is still at auction ($6,600 with reserve still in place), that should put it in the ballpark for you. This particular auction is relatively new, and bidding is only around the $2,500 mark. To check this one out and to see if it goes the distance, click the link and jump over to the auction. Good luck!

MI