This is a model kit re-issue of the classic 1983 Honda MVX250F. The bike was a scaled down version of Honda’s racing champion the NS500, packing a V3 engine with two front cylinders and one rear. The 40hp power plant was designed so as the parts used in the rear cylinder were heavy enough to counterbalance their two front counterparts. It featured telescopic front suspension with an air spring cylinder, and Honda’s trademark Pro-Link setup at the rear of the bike.
Built for Speed
The MVX250F was Honda’s 1983 contribution to the 250cc class of bikes, and it had plenty of high-performance company from other manufacturers. Built for speed, it featured a 2-stroke liquid-cooled V3 powerplant that had a maximum output of 40hp, and used a relatively small 16-inch front tire, as well as a racing spec silencer, on a no-frills frame. It was also equipped with inboard disc brakes and Honda’s very own Pro-Link rear suspension.
About the Model
★This is a 1/12 scale plastic model assembly kit of the Honda MVX250F.
★Length: 168mm, width: 76mm, height: 96mm.
★The powerful 90-degree V3 engine is recreated in fine detail. Vinyl tubing is used to authentically capture throttle, clutch and ignition cords among others.
★The sharp styling of the body cowlings is succinctly captured by the model.
★Realistic synthetic rubber tires. Optional side and lower cowlings are also included.