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The [[Honda]] '''CB350''' was a four-cylinder four-stroke 348cc road bike based on the larger fours. Thought of as Hondas "one-up" to the other [[Motorcycle]] companies. It was only produced from 1972-74, it was replaced by the larger and sportier 400 four the following year. Although Honda had a 350 Twin that was more powerful, lighter, cheaper, and faster. The four-cylinder version was much smoother running and stylish and remains one of the smallest and most sophisticated mass produced four-cylinder designs. Internal frictional losses sapped a lot of the power. The 350F and 400F models have since gained a cult following in the [[Motorcycle]] community.
 
The [[Honda]] '''CB350''' was a four-cylinder four-stroke 348cc road bike based on the larger fours. Thought of as Hondas "one-up" to the other [[Motorcycle]] companies. It was only produced from 1972-74, it was replaced by the larger and sportier 400 four the following year. Although Honda had a 350 Twin that was more powerful, lighter, cheaper, and faster. The four-cylinder version was much smoother running and stylish and remains one of the smallest and most sophisticated mass produced four-cylinder designs. Internal frictional losses sapped a lot of the power. The 350F and 400F models have since gained a cult following in the [[Motorcycle]] community.
  
 
* [[Redline]]: 10,000rpm
 
* [[Redline]]: 10,000rpm
* Top speed: 97mph
 
* Power: 34hp@10,000rpm
 
  
  

Revision as of 12:18, 1 September 2010

Honda CB350F
Also called Four
Top speed 97 mph
Horse Power 34 hp @10,000rpm
Related Honda CB350K
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The Honda CB350 was a four-cylinder four-stroke 348cc road bike based on the larger fours. Thought of as Hondas "one-up" to the other Motorcycle companies. It was only produced from 1972-74, it was replaced by the larger and sportier 400 four the following year. Although Honda had a 350 Twin that was more powerful, lighter, cheaper, and faster. The four-cylinder version was much smoother running and stylish and remains one of the smallest and most sophisticated mass produced four-cylinder designs. Internal frictional losses sapped a lot of the power. The 350F and 400F models have since gained a cult following in the Motorcycle community.


1972-73



The Honda CB350F0 Four was sold in 1972-73. Two colors were available: Candy Bacchus Olive and Flake Matador Red. The fuel tank stripes were white and orange. The "350 Four" side cover emblem was red and white. The exhaust system was a 4-into-4 (two pipes and mufflers on each side of the bike). The engine was a 347cc 4-stroke inline four cylinder with 4 carburetors. The transmission was a 5-speed. The serial number began CB350F-1000001.

1974

Honda CB350


The CB350F1 was sold in 1974 in one color: Glory Blue Black Metallic. The gas tank stripes were gold. The "350 FOUR" side cover emblem was white and orange. The exhaust system was a 4-into-4 (two pipes and mufflers on each side of the bike). The engine was a 347cc 4-stroke inline four cylinder with 4 carburetors. The transmission was a 5-speed. The serial number began CB350F-2000001.


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