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1994 Honda RVF RC45 Homologation Super Bike For Sale!

1994 Honda RVF RC45 Homologation Super Bike For Sale-

Location: Anaheim, CA
Miles: 7,548
Price: $26,900 $25,900 no reserve!

Update 4.19.2011:Due to a non-paying bidder (aka scum of the earth), this RC45 is back. Links and price updated. Hopefully she finds a new home this time. -dc

Que the Angels and release the White Doves-

For me the 45 is the pinnacle of Honda Homologation Super Bikes and I’m well aware of all the debate that might ensue from the 30 guys. I know 30’s won more races, I know they have impossible to get hand laid fiberglass bodywork, Ti con rods etc… I still like the 45’s better 🙂

RSBFS.com knows a little history on this bike as it was part of the Seattle Homologation Super Bike Collection at one time. We know the current owner and we know he is sad to see it go. You’ve seen several of his bikes grace the cover RSBFS.com over the past few years. Those bikes have included a couple NSR’s and a sweet ZX-7RR

Like most collectors, pride of ownership was taken seriously with this one and you can certainly tell it by looking at the pictures. These don’t come around as often as the 30’s (flame suit on) and when they do you can usually expect the price to be in the high 20’s to low 30’s for the good one’s. The best of the best usually hit mid 30’s. The cheapest one I know of was a super low mileage salvaged title bike with carbon bodywork and it sold for 18ish(?). I think this one is priced spot on and would look great sitting next to my 94 NSR. I’m about $26,599.00 short can anyone help a brother out?

From the seller:

LOW MILES AT 7,548 AND RUNS PERFECT!!

NO ENGINE MODS HAVE BEEN DONE TO THIS BIKE AND IT HAS NEVER BEEN DOWN.

THE FOLLOWING THINGS HAVE BEEN DONE
-REAR FENDER WAS CUT FOR MORE A SPORT LOOK.
-THE TURN SIGNALS WERE ALSO REPLACED FOR MORE SLEEK LOOKING ONES. FOR THE COLLECTORS OUT THERE I HAVE THE OEM TURN SIGNALS AS WELL AS A OEM FENDER THAT IS BRAND NEW SO THE BIKE COULD BE 100% STOCK

IT HAS A VERY STOCK LOOKING TWO BROTHERS SLIP ON EXHAUST THAT MAKES THE BIKE SOUND GREAT!! I ALSO HAVE THE STOCK EXHAUST I THINK BUT NOT 100% SURE

LASTLY THE BIKE HAS THE STOCK WHEELS ON IT. FOR 1,000 MORE I WILL INCLUDE THE ULTRA LIGHT AND SWEET LOOKING MARCHESINI WHEELS (ON BIKE CURRENTLY) IF NOT I WILL PUT THE STOCK WHEELS BACK ON THE BIKE.

THIS BIKE IS TITLED AND REGISTERED IN CA UNTIL FEB 2012!! SO ITS GOOD TO GO!!

Yesterday was a good day for homologation collectors when it was published that Honda might be producing another LE Super Bike. Other than Ducati’s yearly LE offering and the 2006 Yamaha R1 LE it’s been a long, long time since we’ve seen a real Homologation offering from the Big 4. I for one would welcome the new bike and I would have to believe it would only help the value of the previous LE offerings.

If you’ve been lurking and waiting for one of these to come along now is your chance. As I mentioned before- these don’t come around that often and there aren’t that many in the first place.

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Good luck with the sale-

doug

11 Comments

  • I’ve also got an RC45 for sale at $24,000. flawless, bone stock, 6000 miles on the clock, and located in central Florida.

  • Andy – Good day! Where is your RC45 listed w/details? Thanks!

  • There’s a good reason what RC45’s don’t “show up as often as 30’s”. That being the fact that there were only 50 USA RC45’s imported vs. 300 USA spec RC30’s. Many felt that the RC45 didn’t look special enough externally- superficially it appears like just another CBR from the era. Then there’s that 16″ front wheel like the CBR900RR…still, nothing sounds nastier with a proper full exhaust system. Want.

  • it’s definitely cool and rare, but it only has about 30% of the beauty of the rc30, and i would have to assume that down the road the rc30 would be more desirable. as with most things, i’m probably wrong.

  • If interested in RC45 # 47 of 50 contact gaulandy@yahoo.com

  • The RC45 actually won more races than the RC30, it only won one WSBK title (2 for RC30) but in the same number of years as the RC30(both raced in WSB for 6 years) it actually had double the number of first position race wins. It also won more Suzuka 8 hour races and TT races.

  • It took quite a while for the RC45 to get sorted out and competitive, whereas the RC30 won immediately and quickly dominated- hence the better reputation in people’s minds. The RC45 was way off in the beginning. I remember being at Mid-Ohio in 1994 for AMA Superbike- Commonwealth Camel Honda actually ran both a highly developed RC30 and new RC45 at the same time- the RC30 finished better (Mike Hale) than the RC45 (Kevin Magee). Embarassing!

  • Andy if you have a 45 for sale I am sure they will post it for you here or you can put it on ebay like I did but no need to talk about your bike on this thread.

  • Truthcreamer I’m taking nothing away from the RC30, it’s a bike I love BUT it did not immediately win and dominate in WSBK, in 1988 it only won 2 races, 2 races from 16, that is not domination, what that tells me is that the opposition were very unreliable with many many different people wining and not having enough points.

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