Bike Of The Day: Modified 1981 Honda CM400T

This modified 1981 Honda CM400T features a light blue finish adorned with Gulf livery over an orange frame. Powering the bike is a 395cc four-stroke parallel twin engine mated to a five-speed transmission.

The bike features a custom tail section with an integrated black bump seat, complementing the 2.6-gallon fuel tank. Additional modifications include a short front fender, custom fairing, Napoleon-style mirror, license bracket, dual LED headlights, rear LED lighting, and a side stand.

Black powder-coated ComStar wheels with Kenda Challenger tires provide the foundation. Braking is handled by a front disc with stainless-steel lines and a rear drum, with the brake fluid recently flushed. Suspension consists of a telescopic fork with black powder-coated lowers, fork ears, and twin RFY piggyback shocks on the swingarm.

The 395cc SOHC parallel twin, factory rated at 39 horsepower and 23 lb-ft of torque, has been powder-coated black. It boasts a heat-wrapped dual exhaust system with copper mufflers, relocated battery, and twin carburetors with custom copper pod-style air filters.

Source: Bring A Trailer