Moriwaki MH80R GP-style racebike with Honda CR85 stroker motor

1992 Other Makes Moriwaki MH80R

Price: US $3,000.00
Item location: Austin, Texas, United States
Make: Other Makes
Model: Moriwaki MH80R
Type: Sport Bike
Year: 1992
Color: Red/White/Blue RC30 style paint scheme
Engine size: 100
Vehicle Title: Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed
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Selling my Moriwaki MH80R GP bike. setup for CMRA F4 Sprint competition. Thisbike is a gray market import from Japan. and I bought it from another racer atthe end of 2012. The motor is from a Honda CR85. and has been built to 100ccdisplacement by local guru Billy Wiese using a stroker crank and the Wiseco 5050 pistonkit. Brand new topend (zero hours) installed by AF1 Racing. where it was dynotested and made within 1hp of a Aprilia RS125. The bike has magnesium wheelsfrom a Honda RS125 and a front brake from a Honda CBR600 F3. The suspensionconsists of RaceTech emulators in the front and a custom RaceTech 3-way shockin the back. all built and tuned by Roger Albert of OnRoad OffRoad Cycles. This was my first racebike. and I was able to run under 1:15 on the MSRH shortcourse in my first race ever. after only one practice session on the bike. Here's a link to that race. where I started 14th and finished 7th:https://www. youtube. com/watch?v=isAAF_yTbgEHere are some practice laps at Harris Hill Raceway to give some more idea of howthe bike runs: https://www. youtube. com/watch?v=G5AR8cpv1lwThe bike easily outruns Ninja 250s. given that it weighs well under 200lbs andcan top 100mph. Selling because I've moved up to larger bikes for sprinting. nd am only doing endurance races on lightweights. The bike is untitled. and Iwill include a bill of sale. Many spares are included: Second CR85 engine (needs new bottom end); fullexhaust system; clutch plates; original Moriwaki wheels and brake system (goodfor a rain setup); a full complement of front and rear sprockets; a box fullof various gaskets. rings. spare parts. etc. The dyno chart in the pics below is from AF1 Racing and shows the bike'sperformance relative to an Aprilia RS85.

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