In 1987, American motorcyclists were well familiar with the Hurricane CBR600F and the Hurricane CBR1000F. But in Honda’s home market of Japan, they also offered a 750 variant that was never sold in the US.
The CBR750F was only offered in 1987-1988, and Honda also bestowed with the fun name of “Super Aero.”
The 750cc engine produced a claimed 77 horsepower (JDM restriction) and 51 ft-lbs of torque, good for a top speed of 137 miles per hour. Sport-touring was easy thanks to a comfortable riding position and 5.6 gallon fuel tank.
Ignoring the paint, the Hurricane 750 was quite similar to the bigger brother 1000. The main differences were that the 750 got the forks, brakes, and calipers from the VFR750.
This example is VIN: RC271000914. The seller acquired it in January 2022 from the Mecum auction in Las Vegas. It was previously imported from Japan.
The odometer shows 7,112 kilometers (4,419 miles).
“The previous owner said he had performed a full service and replaced the fork seals. We did a carb clean after I bought it.” The seller states that there are no known mechanical issues.
Per the seller, this Hurricane appears to be completely stock.
“A minor ding on the rear left corner of the fuel tank, a few minor chips in the paint such as in the leading edge of the left faring. The fuel tank must have shown some rust because someone has coated it. There don’t seem to be any problems from that repair (rust in the carbs, etc.).”
Inside of the tank:
It is riding on Kenda tires with date codes of 3516 and 0617.
The sale includes two keys.
Currently located in Lincoln, Nebraska, this Honda is offered on a clean Nebraska title. Have any Hurricane Super Aero stories or questions about this listing? Let us know in the “Comments” tab!
CBR750F Hurricane Super Aero
Continental US: Haul Bikes will ship anything sold through Iconic for a starting rate of $750 in the Continental US (prices may increase in rural markets), and Iconic will handle the paperwork on your behalf. You do not need to crate your bike or drain the gas/disconnect the battery if you go with Haul Bikes. We are glad to work with the shipper of your choice as well, but you will have to arrange it.
spares/extras will have to be shipped separately via FedEx or similar.
the fee includes $15,000 of insurance with a $500 deductible. Additional insurance can be purchased at a cost of $50 per additional $5,000 of value.