When did the Honda NT650 Hawk GT end?
A sales flop, to put it kindly, and after two years the model was pulled. 1989 Honda NT650 Hawk GT. The engine, 491cc with that 52-degree included angle, lived on until 1987 powering the Shadow 500, and then was retired, except the R&D crowd decided it might have a future.
How tall is the Honda 650 Hawk GT?
Honda NT 650 Hawk GT Make Model Honda NT 650 Hawk GT Wheelbase 1430 mm / 56.3 in. Seat Height 773 mm / 30.6 in Dry Weight 165 kg / 363.7 lbs Wet Weight 184.2 kg / 406 lbs
What kind of engine does a Honda Hawk GT have?
1989 Honda NT650 Hawk GT. The engine, 491cc with that 52-degree included angle, lived on until 1987 powering the Shadow 500, and then was retired, except the R&D crowd decided it might have a future. The internal volume was upped to 647cc, having been bored out to 79mm, stroked to 66mm.
What was the weight of a 1989 Honda Hawk?
1989 Honda NT650 Hawk GT. The engine served as a stressed member, which—as well as being efficient—helped to keep the weight down. With three gallons of gas in the tank, the Hawk weighed in at a little over 400 pounds. And the wheelbase was 56 inches, more than 2 inches less than on the previous Ascot.
Is there a Honda Hawk nt647gt for sale?
Selling near mint, ’89 Honda Hawk NT647GT (RC31) with less than 5,000 original miles. She’s a beauty! Difficult to sell her, but more difficult to find one this well maintained!She is super clean, and fully OEM stock, sans her custom paint work.
What did the N stand for on the Honda Hawk GT?
Welcome to Honda’s Hawk GT, alphanumerically coded NT650. Where Honda plucked that letter “N” from, nobody seems to know; it had been used to designate a whole series of 49cc two-stroke models, and here it was on a rorty, sporty bike. Some mysteries are best left unsolved.