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Bolt-on supercharger kit radically upgrades the Honda VFR800

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Bolt-on supercharger kit radically upgrades the Honda VFR800

A&A Performance has created a supercharger kit that bolts on directly on to the 5th generation VFR engine and increases power with more than 50 percent. As the dyno results show, the V4 engine with entirely stock internals develops almost 160 horsepower on 93 octane pump gas.

The blower kit has just been finalized and it seems that each and every detail was taken in consideration, achieving a complete, high quality product that is clearly the work of an experienced and innovative engineer. His name is Dan and he already began diversifying his offer. The next bikes that he plans to supercharge are 6th generation Hondas as well as the Kawasaki ZX-10R and the Suzuki GSX-R1000.

The ’98-’01 VFR800 Supercharger Kit costs $5,495 + shipping so you can reserve yours and wait for shipments to begin about May 1st.

Source: kneeslider
Bolt-on supercharger kit radically upgrades the Honda VFR800



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The only problem with this statement.. "The ’98-’01 VFR800 Supercharger Kit costs $5,495 + shipping so you can reserve yours and wait for shipments to begin about May 1st." The 800 came out in 2002, before that was the 750. I know because I was waiting for the the new VFR hoping it would boost up to at least 1000cc an only did 800cc. In my dissapointment I purchased a RC51 instead. And with the knew VFR I’m still dissapointed because it’s only 100cc’s more than the now defunct CBR1100xx, and not as powerfull from what the reviews are saying. Also the cost of the dual clutch will be out of my reach. Which really is a dissapointment because the dual clutch should be 16k, not the standard. The standard is as expensive as regular sport touring machines, which have more distance and power. I don’t get it. Honda picked a hell of a time to launch something that people can get cheaper elswhere, like the BMW dealership. and it really hurts me to say that because I love Honda motorcycles. They just never give me what I really need and I end up settling for something else. Like now I’ll have to find an old blackbird until Honda gets the Vfr in the 1300-1400cc range better milage an a better price. Good luck Honda. Please learn your lessons from the 954, VFR800 and 2004-2006 CBR1000rr mistakes. Thats alot of R&D money gone to waste. You could’ve just asked me and saved your company millions, and made even more.

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