2013 Honda CB1100

Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by DOUBLE-O G, Aug 24, 2012.

  1. desmoface

    desmoface Been here awhile

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    This.

    Steve
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  2. L.B.S.

    L.B.S. Long timer

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    LUST LUST LUST!!!!!! :raabia:tb:cry
  3. Rox

    Rox Been here awhile

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    That was only a concept I believe. I too wish they made it but for now I will salivate on more reachable ideas....

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  4. HapHazard

    HapHazard Waiting for Gudenov

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    ^Nothin' wrong with that!
  5. markjenn

    markjenn Long timer

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    There were a bunch of different mock-ups, prototypes, and photoshop hacks floating around before the first "real" versions of the CB1100 finally broke cover in (I think) late 2009. This was the one I hoped Honda would build, not that the one we have now is chopped liver.

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    - Mark
  6. desmoface

    desmoface Been here awhile

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    That doesn't suck.

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  7. xrcris

    xrcris Been here awhile

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    Yeah you're right, they'd turn it into a turd just like this retro PoS.....:norton
  8. Rox

    Rox Been here awhile

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    For this bike minimalism is the tastiest...
  9. 736cc

    736cc Adventurer

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    Just by changing to black bodywork and slip-ons gives it a whole different look
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  10. Blakebird

    Blakebird r-u-n-n-o-f-t

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    good, clean lines :nod

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  11. Mobiker

    Mobiker Long timer

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    The CB1100 is a just a fine looking motorcycle. All these variations look great, as does the stocker IMHO.
  12. HapHazard

    HapHazard Waiting for Gudenov

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    That's some crazy looking tuck under and across exhaust.:huh
  13. 736cc

    736cc Adventurer

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    Power Box by SP Tadao Japan is quite a precise fitting slip-on; uses the stock SS headers and splits into a pair of SS mufflers (4-1-2).
    And retains stock centerstand! (Sounds very nice, too.)
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  14. ZappBranigan

    ZappBranigan Been here awhile

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    The 4-1 exhaust always makes me think of the "Kerker Kicks Ass" ads in 1980's MC magazines. :D
  15. HapHazard

    HapHazard Waiting for Gudenov

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    ^But why was the girl in the sewer?:lol3

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  16. Scoobynut

    Scoobynut Been here awhile

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    Sewer Girls were closely related to what we affectionately called Gutter Sluts back in the day. I thought everybody knew this. :nod
  17. frog13

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    Yep,gonna say it again......I-4 , valve adjustments,no thanks, regardless of the interval.
  18. Toto

    Toto Been here awhile

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    THAT, (1983 CB1100F) is exactly what Honda should have done with the new CB1100!
    Beef up the forks, give it FI and ABS and call it a day.
    IMHO one of the best looking bikes ever made.
    Could not afford one in 1983...bought a CX650E... damn nice little bike....probably saved my life also:lol3
  19. Rox

    Rox Been here awhile

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    They've already did an 80's cb1100 in the 80s. That's why Honda made an 1100 inline4 Yamaha SRX!:lol3

    Coincidence? I think not. :wink:
  20. bikefreak47

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    The comment about an updated '83 CB1100f describes my '83 CB. USD ZX-9 forks, CNC triples, CBR 600 front wheel, GSX-R calipers, CBR 900 rear wheel and swingarm, and Ohlins shocks.