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Honda Cb350 & 400 Fours: Performance Portfolio 1972-1978

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Road and comparison test, model introductions and updates, performance data, engine rebuild, long term reports, and specifications on the CB350F, CB400F, F2, and Super Sport. Honda introduced the CB750 Four to the world at the end of 1968. The world?s first ?Superbike? was enthusiastically applauded. To capitalise on this, Honda released the CB500 Four in 1972, and the smaller CB350 Four later in the same year. Both machines followed the same format with four-cylinder overhead cam engines, five-speed gear box, and disc front brakes. The CB350 Four was the ?Prince? of Honda?s four cylinder superbikes. It?s 347cc engine giving a ?turbine? smooth 34bhp at 9,500 rpm. Weighing in the red corner at just 373lbs, and with the gloves on, it gave you an angelic and nimble machine with superbike performance and miles of pure motorcycle fun. It?s four mufflers giving a quiet whispering exhaust. Motorcycling at its best! I have always thought that the baby four was among the nicest looking machines that Honda ever produced. The 400 fours have always had a cult following simply because they are fun to ride. Motorcycle engineering at its best. This is a book of contemporary road & comparison tests, model intros, engine rebuild & long term reports. Models covered: CB350F, CB400F, F2 & Super Sport.