Although this bike is aged over 20 years, but 1996 Honda CB400SF was still able to perform with a grim look through a custom modifications with the concept of café racer style. Yes, this motorcycle is modified by a Rempoa-based workshop named Protechnics Moto, was also briefly displayed in the Kustomfest 2016 some time ago.
Compared with the original look, changes are made by Ari Supriyanto as the crew of Protechnics Moto is quite significant. If not confirmed from the machinery form and specification data, it's almost hard to recognize the motorcycle.
|A 1996 Honda CB400SF Café Racer Custom built by Protechnics Moto displayed at the Kustomfest 2016. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1gXVn8)|
The motorcycle rear was made and shaped similar to a wasp tail as one hallmarks of café racer style, and not to forget also a stop lamp pinned in it. Then, for the bike's seat was made with single model and wrapped with brown synthetic leather.
Once satisfied with the bike's upper sector, it is now the turn of the legs also changed by him. In order to give stout impression, then the original front suspension was removed and replaced with the suspension of Suzuki GSX 1000, complete along with the braking system.
|Several detailed pictures of 1996 Honda CB400SF Café Racer Custom built by Protechnics Moto. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1gXVn8)|
Furthermore, by giving more detail touch, so makes the motorcycle look became more manly and handsome. The effort done by Ari was customize the front shield by adopted the tracker style and directly equipped with two lights that intentionally was not placed in the middle but slightly to the left.
|Right side view of of 1996 Honda CB400SF Café Racer Custom built by Protechnics Moto. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1gXVn8)|
Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of two-wheeled monster and stay alive with the true safety riding. God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops.... ••• [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | OTOMANIA]
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