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Honda ATC 350X

Honda ATC 350X

Description

Honda ATC 350X

Honda's largest displacement ATC, the ATC350X, would be produced for two years in the United States. Equipped with a 350cc 4-stroke air-cooled OHV engine and 6-speed manual clutch transmission to a chain final drive, the focus was purely on performance.


Production - 1985 - 1986
Engine - 350 cc (21 cu in) Air-cooled four-stroke single
Bore / stroke 81 x 68mm
Compression ratio 150- 178psi
Top speed < 70 Mph
Ignition type CDI
Transmission 6-speed with Manual Clutch
Frame type steel
Wheelbase 48.6in.
Dimensions L: 74.4 in. W: 43.9 in.
Seat height 27.8 in.
Weight 320 lbs. (dry)

The ATC350X pictured here was restored by MacWorth Vintage ATVs. It was a low hour survivor, bought new in Maine.They added a full NOS set of wheels/tires, NOS rear fender/garnish, ultra rare NOS seat, NOS speedo and then preserved/reconditioned it's remaining original parts. Other than the exhaust system, no new paint was applied to this 350X.
Detailed Information
Detailed Description
Honda ATC 350X. Honda introduced their first sit-on straddle-ridden three-wheeled ATVs in 1969, which were famously portrayed in the James Bond movie, Diamonds Are Forever and other TV shows such as Magnum, P.I. and Hart to Hart. Dubbed the US90 and later—when Honda acquired the trademark on the term—the ATC90 (All Terrain Cycle), it was designed purely for recreational use. Clearly influenced by earlier ATVs, it featured large balloon tires instead of a mechanical suspension

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