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Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by DOUBLE-O G, Aug 24, 2012.
LUST LUST LUST!!!!!!
That was only a concept I believe. I too wish they made it but for now I will salivate on more reachable ideas....
^Nothin' wrong with that!
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.
That doesn't suck.
Yeah you're right, they'd turn it into a turd just like this retro PoS.....
For this bike minimalism is the tastiest...
Just by changing to black bodywork and slip-ons gives it a whole different look
good, clean lines
The CB1100 is a just a fine looking motorcycle. All these variations look great, as does the stocker IMHO.
That's some crazy looking tuck under and across exhaust.:huh
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.)
The 4-1 exhaust always makes me think of the "Kerker Kicks Ass" ads in 1980's MC magazines.
^But why was the girl in the sewer?
Sewer Girls were closely related to what we affectionately called Gutter Sluts back in the day. I thought everybody knew this.
Yep,gonna say it again......I-4 , valve adjustments,no thanks, regardless of the interval.
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
They've already did an 80's cb1100 in the 80s. That's why Honda made an 1100 inline4 Yamaha SRX!
Coincidence? I think not.
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.