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{{DISPLAYTITLE:{{PAGENAME}}: review, history, specs}}{{Motorcycle|name = Honda NT 650|photo = 1988HondaHawkGT-02.jpg|aka = |manufacturer = Honda|parent_company =|production = 1988 - 1998|model_year =|predecessor =|successor =|class = Naked|engine = Liquid cooled, four stroke, 52 degrees V-Twin cylinder, SOHC, 3 [[valve]] per cylinder|bore_stroke = 78.7mm x 78.7mm|compression = 9.2:1|top_speed =110 mph|power = 58.07 HP (43.3 KW) @ 5800RPM|torque = 42.78 ft/lbs (58.0 Nm) @ 6000RPM|fuel_system = Carburetors|ignition =|spark_plug = {{sparkplug|NGK DPR8EA-9}} '88-90|battery = {{battery|YUASA YTX9-BS}} '88-90|transmission = Gear box: 5 Speed <br>Final Drive: Chain <br>Clutch: Wet plate <br> |frame =|suspension =Front: Telescopic forks <br>Rear: Pro-arm single shock|brakes =Front: Single 316mm discs 2 [[piston]] [[calipers]] <br>Rear: Single 276mm disc 1 piston caliper|front_tire = {{tire|110/80-17}} |rear_tire = {{tire|150/70-17}} |rake_trail =|wheelbase =|length =|width =|height =|seat_height = 30.59 inches (777 mm)|dry_weight =|wet_weight = 168.0 kg|fuel_capacity =|oil_capacity =|recommended_oil=Honda GN4 10W-40|fuel_consumption =|turning_radius =|related =|competition =}}The '''Honda HawkGT NT650''' is a 650[[cc]], [[twin cylinder]], [[four stroke]], [[super sport motorcycle]] manufactured by [[Honda]]. The '''NT650''' was designed by Toshiaki Kishi and was the second [[Honda]] with Pro-Arm having the model designation RC31 coming immediately after the RC30. The Japanese version model was named the [[Honda Bros]]. The RC model designation is for [[motorcycle|bikes]] up to 750cc, though the Pacific Coast ([[Honda PC800|PC800]]) has an engine of more than 750 cc and a model designation of RC34.
[[Image:1988HondaHawkGT-02.jpg|thumb|Honda Hawk GT|200px|right|650cc Honda Hawk GT]]
The bike's main distinction is in its [[motorcycle frame|frame]] and [[motorcycle swingarmSwingarm|swingarm]]. The dual spar aluminum frame and single sided swingarm (licensed from ELF) were pretty high tech in 1988. The mildly tuned [[motorcycle motor|motor]] is descended from the [[Honda VT500|VT500]] and has been seen, in one guise or another, in several other models.
The bike was ahead of its time in many regards and as a result was not a strong seller despite the bike having grown to cult status. The Hawk GT was one of the first modern Naked bikes, released several years before the [[Ducati]] Monster and eventually the [[Suzuki SV650]]. Some sources claim that [[Triumph]] found much of the inspiration for the t509 Speed Triple/t595 Daytona from the Hawk GT and if one compares the two bikes side by side, the Triumph mimics many of the Hawks lines and shapes.
During the initial production run, the cost difference between the Hawk GT and the [[Honda CBR600F|CBR600 ]] was less than 1000 dollars, resulting in very slow sales for the naked bike. However, by the mid-90's, left over models were being snatched up and current owners are passionate about their Hawks. Clean examples can fetch upwards of $3500 to $5000, more than the bike sold for new.
[[Image:1988HondaHawkGT.jpg|thumb|Honda Hawk GT|200px|right|650cc Honda Hawk GT]]
The NT650, Hawk GT 647, RC31 was introduced in 1988 and produced through 1991. In 1988 the bike was sold in the colors Tempest Gray Metallic and Candy Flair Blue. For the remainder of the bikes production run it was only sold in red. There are only very minor changes between the 1988 model year and the 1989-91 model years. California Models were designated NT650L.
In 1989, the front suspension damper rods were changed to have only 2 (rather than 4) holes. The front brake calipers [[caliper]]s were also changed to have screw-on covers over the mounting pins.
In 1991, the oil lines were run internally through the engine, rather than externally.
===1988===
[[Image:1988_honda_Nt650.jpg|left|thumb|1988 Honda NT650]][[Image:1988-Honda-NT650-Gray-0.jpg|left|thumb|1988 Honda NT650 in Gray]][[Image:1988-Honda-NT650-Gray-1.jpg|left|thumb|1988 Honda NT650 in Gray]][[Image:1988-Honda-NT650-Gray-2.jpg|left|thumb|1988 Honda NT650 in Gray]][[Image:1988-Honda-NT650-Gray-3.jpg|left|thumb|1988 Honda NT650 in Gray]][[Image:1988-Honda-NT650-Gray-4.jpg|left|thumb|1988 Honda NT650 in Gray]][[Image:1988-Honda-NT650-Gray-5.jpg|left|thumb|1988 Honda NT650 in Gray]]
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===1989===
[[Image:1989_honda_Nt650.jpg|left|thumb|1989 Honda NT650]][[Image:1989-Honda-NT650-Red-0.jpg|left|thumb|1989 Honda HawkGT in Red]][[Image:1989-Honda-NT650-Red-1.jpg|left|thumb|1989 Honda HawkGT in Red]][[Image:1989-Honda-NT650-Hawk-GT-Red-7341-0.jpg|left|thumb|1989 Honda NT650 Hawk GT in Red]][[Image:1989-Honda-NT650-Hawk-GT-Red-7341-1.jpg|left|thumb|1989 Honda NT650 Hawk GT in Red]][[Image:1989-Honda-NT650-Hawk-GT-Red-7341-2.jpg|left|thumb|1989 Honda NT650 Hawk GT in Red]][[Image:1989-Honda-NT650-Hawk-GT-Red-7341-3.jpg|left|thumb|1989 Honda NT650 Hawk GT in Red]][[Image:1989-Honda-NT650-Hawk-GT-Red-7341-4.jpg|left|thumb|1989 Honda NT650 Hawk GT in Red]]
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A cousin to the Hawk GT, the Revere was available in Europe. The steel frame, [[shaft-drive]], larger [[motorcycle gas tank|gas tank]], longer rear end, and 600cc motor differentiate it from the Hawk GT. The NTV650 replaced the Revere and added the Hawk motor, moving it up to a 650. The NTV650 was replaced for 1997 with the Deauville, basically an NTV650 with full [[motorcycle bodywork|bodywork]] and hard [[saddlebags]] - not too different in general appearance from the PC800.
 
European NTV/Revere 600/650cc History.
[http://ntvhonda.wikispaces.com/NTVHondaHistory NTVHondaHistory]
[[Image:Honda_Bros_400.JPG|thumb|Honda Bros 400cc|200px|right|400cc Honda Bros]]
Popular modifications include:
[[Honda VFR750|VFR 750 ]] rear wheel,
CBR 600 front wheel and twin disc brakes,
[[Honda CBR900RR|CBR 900 FireBlade ]] rear shock absorber,
CBR 600 forks,
Aftermarket exhausts,
Aftermarket fairings.
Although the Bros was never officially imported into [[Ireland]], a large number of [[grey imports]] coupled with its reasonable price, good reliability and economy mean that it is a very popular bike, particularly with [[couriers]].
== External links ==
* [http://v.webring.com/hub?ring=nt650 Honda Hawk NT650 Webring]
* [http://canyonchasers.net/bikes/hawk/index.php CanyonChasers Motorcycle Sport Touring Hawk GT Page]
* [http://www.ntvhonda.proboards.com/index.cgi UK NTVHonda forum]
 
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{{Motorcycle
|name = Honda NT650
|photo= 1988HondaHawkGT-02.jpg
|aka = NT650 Hawk, NT 650 Hawk, NTV650 Revere (reduced effect #2), NTV 650 Revere (reduced effect #2), NTV650 Revere (reduced effect), NTV 650 Revere (reduced effect), NT650V Deauville, NT 650 V Deauville, NT650 Deauville, NT 650 Deauville, NTV650 Revere, NTV650, NT650 Hawk GT, NT 650 Hawk GT, NTV 650 Revere, NTV 650
|manufacturer = Honda
|parent_company =
|production = 1988 - 2003
|model_year =
|predecessor =
|successor =
|class = Naked
|engine = v2, four-stroke
|bore_stroke = 79.0mm x 66.0mm
|compression = 9.2:1
|top_speed = 111 mph (179 km/h)
|power = 54.85 HP (40.9 KW) @ 7750RPM
|torque = 40.57 ft/lbs (55.0 Nm) @ 6250RPM
|fuel_system = Carburetor
|ignition = digitalized full transistor
|spark_plug ={{sparkplug|NGK DPR8EA-9}}
|battery = {{battery|YUASA YTX9-BS}}
|transmission = Gear box: 5-speed <br>
Final Drive: [[shaft]] drive (cardan) <br>
Clutch: wet plate <br>
 
|final_drive= {{chain|525x112}}
|front_sprocket= 16T
|rear_sprocket= 44T
|frame =
|suspension =Front: Telescopic fork <br>
Rear: Single dumper with adjustable preload
|brakes =Front: double disc <br>Rear: single disc
|front_tire = {{tire|120/70-17}}
|rear_tire = {{tire|150/70-17}}
|rake_trail =
|wheelbase = 57.99 inches (1473 mm)
|length = 87.2 inches (2215 mm)
|width = 30.71 inches (780 mm)
|height = 0.04 inches (1 mm)
|seat_height = 32.05 inches (814 mm)
|dry_weight = 491.63 pounds (223.0 Kg)
|wet_weight = 223.0 kg
|fuel_capacity = 5.15 Gallon (19.50 Liters)
|oil_capacity =
|recommended_oil= Honda GN4 10W-40
|fuel_consumption = 0.56 liters/100 km (178.6 km/l or 420.04 mpg)
|turning_radius =
|related =
|competition =
}}
 
The '''[[Honda]] NT650 Deauville''' was a v2, [[four-stroke]] Naked [[motorcycle]] produced by [[Honda]] between 1988 and 2003. It could reach a top speed of 111 mph (179 km/h). Max [[torque]] was 40.57 ft/lbs (55.0 Nm) @ 6250 RPM. Claimed [[horsepower]] was 54.85 HP (40.9 KW) @ 7750 RPM.
 
==Engine==
The engine was a [[liquid cooled]] v2, four-stroke. A 79.0mm [[bore]] x 66.0mm [[stroke]] result in a [[displacement]] of just 647.0 cubic centimeters. Fuel was supplied via a overhead cams (ohc).
 
==Drive==
The bike has a 5-speed transmission. Power was moderated via the wet plate.
 
==Chassis==
It came with a 120/70-17 front [[tire]] and a 150/70-17 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via double disc in the front and a single disc in the rear. The front suspension was a Telescopic fork while the rear was equipped with a Single dumper with adjustable preload. The NT650 Deauville was fitted with a 5.15 Gallon (19.50 Liters) fuel tank. The bike weighed just 491.63 pounds (223.0 Kg). The wheelbase was 57.99 inches (1473 mm) long.
 
==1988 - 1998 Honda NTV 650 Revere==
 
The NTV 650 Revere is a motorcycle built by the famous Japanese manufacturer Honda, being equipped with a liquid cooled, four stroke, 52 degrees, V twin cylinder engine with a capacity of 647cc 60 horsepower at 7500rpm.
 
==1998 - 2001 Honda NT 650 Deauville==
[[File:honda-nt650-1998-2001-0.jpg|600px|1998 - 2001 Honda NT 650 Deauville]]
 
Released in 1998, the NT 650 Deauville had a liquid cooled, four stroke, 52 degrees, V twin engine with a displacement of 647cc developing 56 horsepower at 8000rpm and a torque of 55 Nm at 6000rpm.
 
 
==2002 - 2005 Honda NT 650 Deauville==
[[File:honda-nt650-2002-2005-0.jpg|600px|2002 - 2005 Honda NT 650 Deauville]]
 
It is a liquid cooled, four stroke, 52 degrees, V twin engine with a displacement of 647cc developing 56 horsepower at 7750rpm and a torque of 55 Nm at 6250rpm.
 
 
==In Media==
* [https://motopixel.org/pixel/le-bleu-de-locean#honda-nt650 Le bleu de l'océan]
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