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  1. Very sweet, my man! These 750-based 1025 motors were wicked fast and put out approx. 145HP in the day. This is the ’82 model–the ’81’s had a wide, more straight stripe across the tank. RSC was Honda’s racing division (Racing Services Corp) that later changed to HRC-Honda Racing Corp. The A.H.M. on the engine cover represents American Honda Motors, which was the California division these were put together and raced out of. Great memories on this model! I bought a new, left over ’82 CB900F in Spring of ’83. That was some bike in the day, but needed work to get to handle decent.

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