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Kerkus Motorworks - CB400 Cafe Racer

Worked by Azahar of Kerkus Motorworks on his Honda CB400 adds a cool great turn to a generally flat present day contributor.



The venture and the contributor bike landed at the Kerkus workshop by means of Singapore. After a craftsman from the Lion City had encountered the Naked 13 Cafe Racer team in Kuala Lumpur he chose he needed a ride all the more tastefully suited for going to their rides. Subsequent to transporting his '94 Honda CB400 S to the territory Kerkus squandered no time tearing the bike down.

The greatest test Azahar confronted amid the construct was accomplishing an exemplary look utilizing the bike's stock fuel tank. To make a level bone line he began with a couple of changes to the tanks mounting focuses. After some time on a portray cushion he had an idea for another tail and the subframe was altered reasonably to permit its fitment. The new metal seat container and cowl were then created to compliment the lines of the tank for a congruous wrap up.



To streamline the Honda's front end the plastic industrial facility gages were expelled totally. The top clasp was then stripped back to exposed metal and the stock handlebars supplanted with more forceful clasp on bars. A littler, dark shelled front light was likewise introduced alongside a couple of LED markers from Bratzstyle to clean things up. The forks were additionally given an update with new seals and liquids and to additionally enhance the bike's position, Azahar dropped the front end by sliding the triple clips and inch bring down on the fork tubes.

With the evacuation of the stock airbox the bikes hardware found another home in the back cowl alongside the battery. On each of the 4 carbs hes' clasped unit channels and there's an invert bull horn suppressor sitting toward the finish of the 4-into-1 debilitate headers. In the wake of abandoning moving the stock liquid supply he went to a neighborhood DIY store where he found a dark canteen which he mounted to the edge in its place.

When it came to picking a paint conspire for the CB, motivation was found in the work of Taiwan custom bike developer, 'Unpleasant Crafts'. The gold, holy person dark and carbon wrap configuration was impacted specifically by Winston Yeh's 'Ballistic Trident' MV Agusta.
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