Honda CBX400F by 09RACING
This custom Honda CBX400F race bike from 09RACING Japan is a far cry from how Honda released it. What was once a fairly sedate commuter is now a fully blown track racer with serious attitude on tap. Original and not all that exciting Even though the CBX400F was only produced between 1981…
|Original and not all that exciting|
The Zero-2 CBX400F underwent a full rebuild to get it to track spec. Performance has been improved with a Brembo brake upgrade, new racing wheels, FCR flat side carbs, an Ohlins mono shock and full stainless exhaust. The custom fairings and completely rebuilt tail section completely change the look of the Honda. The only bodywork that could be recognised as original is the fuel tank although it’s also undergone some serious customisation.
It’s not the typical Cafe Racer or street bike we usually feature but we couldn’t let this one go by without sharing it.
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