1980 FL250 For Sale by Owner in San Diego, California Contact seller with questions See pictures below for more information
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Vintage Honda Odyssey ATV FL250 1978 The engine needs either a new carb or to be replaced altogether. I am putting it down as “fair” as it is NOT currently running. But tires are good, […]
It’s bore out to a 400 and has a liquid cooled head. Upgraded front end. It has about 3 hours on the new piston
Up for sale is my 1985 Titled FL350. This bike is in original condition and shows very little wear. I would put it at a 9 out of 10. Extra Key, Oddy-cool factory system, and […]
Honda FL350 Odyssey. Runs great and in good condition. Has new starter and have extra axle parts. Lots of fun. Parker Colorado
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Odyssey ATV: A Brief Overview
What is the Honda Odyssey ATV? – An all-terrain vehicle produced by Honda Power Sports beginning in 1976 for the 1977 model year.
The FL250 was the first model produced and was made from 1976 to 1984. It featured a 250 cc (248) air-cooled engine, thus being denoted as the FL250. During these early years it was considered a go cart, despite having more power than the average contemporary go kart. In 1982 Honda added a roll cage upgrading the FL250 to dune buggy status.
The FL350 came to market in 1984 with a 342cc engine however was quickly recalled and the motor was reduced to 329cc. Various other improvements were made to the FL350 giving it more of the true off-road racing capabilities of a dune buggy.
Despite being improved, there were still many issues with the FL350 which led Honda to discontinue the line. It was reintroduced 4 years later in 1989 with the FL400 Pilot. Like the FL350 however, the FL400 had a short run due to increased injury and deaths related to the increase power and speed of the Pilot.
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