Restorers, collectors, and owners of some of Honda’s iconic modern classic bikes are being given the chance to order genuine reproduction parts for the CB750F, CB750 Four, and NSR250R. This is something that Honda has been doing for some of its old models.
The Japanese manufacturer chooses what to reproduce and offer the public based on four criteria. Genuine Honda parts are selected if they: are necessary for the motorcycle to run; have high commercial value; are requested by enough customers; and are believed to be better than any aftermarket counterpart available. Honda also reproduces shiny new emblems for its chosen motorcycles.
New parts for the Honda CB750F FZ, FA, FB, and FC include engine components such as connecting rod bolts, primary chains, cam chains, valve springs, and jet needles. The current list also has cables, nuts, clutch plates, headlamp housings, and gauge covers. Honda is also selling CB750F emblems to be mounted on the side covers.
Honda is offering Dream CB750 Four owners the opportunity to order new pistons, valve rocker arms, and drive sprockets for the K0, K1, K2, and K4. Emblems of the brand name “Honda,” one for each side of the fuel tank, will also be sold.
For the NSR250R, Honda is releasing new carburetor components, air cleaner element mount plates, cables, clutch parts, 5th and 6th countershaft gears, front brake master cylinder sub assemblies, and more. Each of these parts correspond to specific NSR250R models like the MC16, MC18, MC21, and MC28.
Visit Honda Japan’s website to see which parts are available as well as their estimated sales times — which vary from March to August 2019. Place your orders with Honda Japan, or through official dealers of Honda motorcycles.