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Saturday, March 26, 2016

Honda CB1100 Café Racer Concept revealed

Honda CB1100 in the form of CB Concept has shown the first time at the Tokyo Motor Show last year. Now the renowned Japanese motorcycle manufacturers have recast in the Osaka Motor Show 2016 as CB1100 Concept Type II.
The first of Honda CB1100 Concept appeared in the Tokyo Motor Show 2015. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1YgUqR)
Based on the similar concept with the CB concept last year, but with the choice of café racer style is on the rise. Meaning, the concept is using a machine of CB1100, but the tank is a new form, LED headlights, and a retro style on other components.
Honda CB1100 Type II Concept with cafe racer style shown at the Osaka Motor Show 2016. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1YgUGN)
By using an inline 4-cylinder engine that has a capacity of 1,140 cc and mated to five-speed transmission system. The maximum power engine that uses oil cooler reached 88.4 hp at 7,500 rpm and torque of 93 Nm at 5,000 rpm

In Type II as well, vintage-style rims size of 17 inches and the front forks use a slender whitewashed gold to support the retro impression. The brake system uses Brembo radial mount products, while the rear seem to use the Ohlins shockabsorber with tubes.
Engine view of Honda CB1100 Type II Concept with cafe racer style. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1YgUqR)
Here are several pictures of Honda CB1100 Type II Concept. (All pictures taken from: http://adf.ly/1YgUqR)

Overall style looks like match with today trends, with a single seat tipped bees, a pair of Over Racing exhausts, new side panels and plain aluminum tank. Then there's the rear view mirror at the end of the handlebars, and some carbon fiber components such as the heel protectors, and cover the air filter box, which helped complete the change.

Matter of whether it will be produced, possibly as Triumph trail with the same model, Thruxton R were sold in the market could tempt Honda to produce this concept model. So if Honda tried their luck, then the chances become clear. If not yet, at least it will open the market for aftermarket manufacturers to meet the demand for components café racer that will increase. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MOTORCYCLE | VISORDOWN]
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