In the early '80s, Honda launched their V-4 engines. The Sabre and the Interceptor used this innovative design. It would be a design that continued into the '90s with such notable designs such as the RC-30 and even later some of their MotoGP bikes. Later they bumped the dimensions even larger to the V-65. The engine had dual overhead cams and four valves per head. To deal with the compactness of the design they used down draft carburetors on the front and side draft on the rear. These were very popular for drag racing, and we know of one high profile Suzuki rider who privately street dragged one on the side! Excellent original paint and also fitted with the Honda accessory pack. 4,316 miles indicated.