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Here's some information I found:

HONDA CB750F, DOHC, 1979-82
The original CB750, from its introduction in 1969 to 1978, sold more than 400,000 units, or 125 per day! For 1979, the CB750's were reworked to such an extent that they share almost nothing with their predecessors. In 1979, the CB750F was the fastest 750 on the market. The new dual overhead cam engine was a significant improvement over the old, being stronger by 4.62 horsepower, and 2.22 lb's/ft torque. Coupled with a smoother clutch and new chassis, the 'F' was clearly the class of the field amongst the 750's. Power on the 1979 model was [email protected], with maximum torque of 41.35 lb's/[email protected] Weight was 542lbs. "

Should be no difference between the 1979-1982 models.

Based on the weight and power listed, the CB 750F should run high 12's in the quarter, although I could not find an actual test.

Here's a CB-750/900/1100 website. Might be a useful resource for you:

http://cb1100f.net/index.php
 

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Here's some information I found:

HONDA CB750F, DOHC, 1979-82
The original CB750, from its introduction in 1969 to 1978, sold more than 400,000 units, or 125 per day! For 1979, the CB750's were reworked to such an extent that they share almost nothing with their predecessors. In 1979, the CB750F was the fastest 750 on the market. The new dual overhead cam engine was a significant improvement over the old, being stronger by 4.62 horsepower, and 2.22 lb's/ft torque. Coupled with a smoother clutch and new chassis, the 'F' was clearly the class of the field amongst the 750's. Power on the 1979 model was [email protected], with maximum torque of 41.35 lb's/[email protected] Weight was 542lbs. "

Should be no difference between the 1979-1982 models.

Based on the weight and power listed, the CB 750F should run high 12's in the quarter, although I could not find an actual test.

Here's a CB-750/900/1100 website. Might be a useful resource for you:

http://cb1100f.net/index.php
I had a brand new cb750F SS. The brochure claimed 9.9 in the 1/4. I had a chevy ss nova that beat guys turning low 12s at the track. And the bike was def faster than the car. Top speed I had it over 140. The European racing chassis,rack n pinion was smooth on turns ,even at top speeds. 555 lbs wet. It was my first and only road bike. Had a sl 70 as a kid. I was lucky I never got hurt. Zoom carefully
 
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