The Honda NTV650 was manufactured by Honda from 1988 to 1997. For a time, Honda NTV 650 was a direct competitor to Yamaha SRX as one of the first naked street fighters designed by Toshiaki Kishi. NTV650 was powered by a 647cc, SOHC, V-twin good for 57 hp and 39 lb-ft of peak torque mated with a 5-speed transmission.
NTV 650 was equipped with Aluminum twin spar frame and Showa 41mm non-adjustable fork at the front and Showa shock with adjustable preload at the rear. NTV 650 was replaced by NT650V Deauville in 1998, a fully faired model with steel double sided swingarm.
WiMoto Motorcycle Engineering of Netherlands has customized an old Honda NTV 650 into stunning “ The Green Goblin”. NTV 650’s of early nineties features SOHC V-twin producing 57 hp and 39 lb-ft of torque mated with 5-speed gearbox.
Original frame has been modified with a new subframe to hold the cafe racer seat. Other notable features are top fairing and an aluminum built seat. Custom exhaust system is made in stainless steel and it acts as an under spoiler. Braking power is provided by 320mm wave disc along with a 4 piston brake caliper of a Yamaha R1.
- Modified frame
- Custom fairing
- Custom stainless steel exhaust
- HK suspension systems