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    Default Neville Doyle

    Is he out there, he could put us right cause he is the MAN

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    When Neville finish with Kawasaki I beleive he and the others on the team were totally PISSED.
    Greg Hansford and Neville and the team had just been assigned the job of sorting out the square four 750 that Kawasaki Japan had sent to them.
    Once they had done all they could the bike was sent back to Japan and destroyed, as the 750 GP series was over.
    Tell me I am full of it if this is not true.
    In my 98 factory visit I asked the Managing director of KHI, about the 750/4 two stroke He changed the subject / did not want to talk about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JABAWAKI View Post
    When Neville finish with Kawasaki I beleive he and the others on the team were totally PISSED.
    Greg Hansford and Neville and the team had just been assigned the job of sorting out the square four 750 that Kawasaki Japan had sent to them.
    Once they had done all they could the bike was sent back to Japan and destroyed, as the 750 GP series was over.
    Tell me I am full of it if this is not true.
    In my 98 factory visit I asked the Managing director of KHI, about the 750/4 two stroke He changed the subject / did not want to talk about it.
    It was not a square four - it was a trapezoid. Imagine an in-line 4-cyl, like a TZ750. Then, move the 2 inner cylinders 'back', so that the 2 outer cylinders can be pushed closer together......this was the layout of the replacement motor for the old KR750 triple.

    I have some really good pictures of this bike, before it was sent back to Japan. I think Hansford tested it a couple of times here in Oz, but it was never raced here - as Jaba says, the demise of the F750 Championship saw the end of this motor....


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