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1994 Honda RVF400 For Sale in San Fran

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This post is in our archives. Links in this post have been updated to point to similar bikes available to bid on eBay.

Back on the market, here’s a great looking 1994 Honda RVF400 For Sale on the Bay Area Riders Forum:

quote from seller’s listing on the BARF forum:

1994 Honda RVF400 NC35 $7.4k

CA titled w/ current registrations. The bike has correct digit VIN# and is titled as a Honda RVF400.
Not in hurry to sell Just no time to ride and hate to see it just sitting down. These bikes are getting harder to find. Not the fastest bike out there, but a lot of fun to ride. The bike is in perfect running conditions.

4.7K miles
Two Brothers exhaust
CRG levers
EK 520 chain and sprocket (stock gearing)
NHK Steering Dampner
Front SS brake lines
Rear set adjusted plates
8-12mm Rear Height adjused plates
R&G non-drill Frame sliders
2 sets of complete bodywork w/ headlights, turn singals and gas tank
(1 original RR scheme. OE bodywork condition 9)
(1 rattle can “castrol” paint scheme. OE bodywork condition 7.)

1x left rashed mid
1x left rashed lower
also have other little stock parts (ie: Passenger seat, levers and etc)

Pitbull TT Front stand
Pitbull Rearstand
workshop manual

I loved this bike the first time I saw it on my old blog. But with the addition of the spare bodywork and additional detail, it’s looking just as tasty at $7400 with only 4700 miles!

dc

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