1990 Honda RC-30

  • 112 crankshaft horsepower
  • Water cooled V4 engine
  • Dry Weight 400 pounds
  • The RC-30 was designed as a racing motorcycle created for homologation purposes for the World Superbike Championship. It was first released to the Japnese market, and didn’t come to the US until 1990.
  • Rare and expensive, it cost more than twice as much as the street going 750F.
  • Gear driven camshafts, titanium connecting rods, 12,500 rpm redline, single sided swing arm, quick release front wheel, alloy gas tank, slipper clutch,and fully adjustable Showa suspension, made this a very unique bike in its day.
  • Honda had enormous success in racing with it, including a win at the Isle of Man with Carl Fogarty aboard.
  • This particular bike is the 4th one produced for the US market. It has some unique equipment also;
  • HRC full racing titanium exhaust
  • HRC magnesium wheels
  • HRC high volume air box
  • Honda produced a total of 3,700 RC-30’s during 1988-91. Each one was hand built in a special section of the factory.