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Monday, February 8, 2016

Mr. Wolf with 10 acceleration system

This Honda CB900 Custom is indeed different from the others, because it has undergone some significant changes such as by using coupling drive, 154 mm long wheelbase, and 10-speed transmission system. Whereas the original model is a regular cruiser that is very much different.
Weird and overgeared, a 10-Speed Honda CB900 Custom named 'Mr. Wolf'. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1QFHV47)
This unique custom bikes named 'Mr. Wolf' overhauled by Montreal-based workshop, Clockwork Motorcycles. The change was initiated when a motorcycle enthusiast got a 1981 Honda CB900 to be built in accordance with his wishes. After a few months he took it to the workshop in Montreal.

The bike builder, Samuel Guertin of Clockwork Motorcycles told Bikeexif, "The owner asked for something great, I can afford to do. Indeed, the outcome was different elongated rear chassis, and the most bizarre 10-speed gearbox".
Left side view of Honda CB900 Custom. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1QFHV47)
The key is by combine a European specification of CB900F engine and final drive unit of the GL1100. Both are connected with a pair crosshaft, thus turning it into a secondary two-speed transmission. Next, Samuel changed the front suspension, with a decrease of about 100 mm and repaired the default air shock absorber.
Right side view of Honda CB900 Custom. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1QFHV47)
Here are several pictures of this Honda CB900 Custom. (All pictures taken from: http://bit.ly/1QFHV47)

Then the tank was replaced with the Suzuki GS owned. The electrical system was also changed by using the Motogadget M-unit product assisted Lithium-ion battery. Subsequent changes including its speedometer, hand grips, levers and turn signal at the end of the handlebar. While the subframe is extended, and made a new seat holder. The leather upholstery left to Ginger McCabe, an artisan of New Church Moto.
Rear view of Honda CB900 Custom. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1QFHV47)
Back to the engine, it has been bore up to 985 cc with Wiseco kit. Its carburetor uses the Keihin CR31, while the intake is made from aluminum materials of Prism Motorcycles, and in-tune to be precise. And the 4-in-1 exhaust made from stainless steel.
Top view of Honda CB900 Custom. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1QFHV47)
The bikes rims are still using the default and only painted with black color, as well as the brake device but using stainless steel hoses and hollowed discs. Then the rims wrapped with two Pirelli MT66 tires that seemed quite harmonious. With a figure all in black, except for the fuel tank and rear fender are left plain, as well as carburetors and exhaust, it looks so unique. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CLOCKWORK MOTORCYCLES | BIKEEXIF]
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