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This thread is for all things CBX!!!
Post at will, as long as it is about the Honda CBX 6 cylinder.



I have a 78/79 CBX that was given to me by my uncle. I am wanting to do a complete resto/mod. My plans are to make it into a Cafe, but still restore all the original stuff so it can be put back to stock. The catch to this project is... Everything that goes on this bike MUST have been available in 1980 or earlier.

I know that important things to change on the bike is suspension and wheels.
When talking to my uncles, they mentioned a few things but couldn't remember names.

This is what I want to change. All this stuff needs to be of roadrace quality from the era.
Forks
Rear shocks
Swingarm
Wheels

This is what I will make if I can not find readily.
Clip-on's
Triple clamps
Rear sets
Exhaust
Misc. spacers, bushings and crap like that.

I am also wanting to know how the original silver finish was put on the engine cases. Mine are corroding and need to me redone. MUST be proper, not close enough.
This bike has a great deal of sentimental value, so no reasonable cost will be spared. Also this will be a long term project, but the way I see it, this will be my classic hotrod.

I need pics of old Race/cafe bike from back then, not the new crap people are doing to CBX's.

Any and all help will be appreciated.

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Holy crap!!!
I have never heard one run. Now I really want to get mine going. When I got mine it had been sitting in a barn for about 15 years. I never even tried to start it since it still had gas in it. I just pumped out the gas and parked it next to the bar in my basement.

SmartDrug, that link to the duc version in nice but totaly not my style. I would go with the Spondon chassis if I wanted modern tech. I want a cafe for me, but I still want to be able to put it back to original if I want. Pretty much, I am doing a restoration (but not putting all the stupid warning stickers back on), then changing the wheels, suspension and controls.

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WOW! I have never seen one in person! This is going to be one sick bike when its fully restored!
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WOW! I have never seen one in person! This is going to be one sick bike when its fully restored!
It will be a few years before it is done. I just decided since the gixxer should be done soon that it is time to start gathering parts for the CBX.

Interesting fact about the CBX. The overall width of the engine is 23.5 inches. And when sitting on the bike normally, the engine is wider than your legs.

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DAMN! that is a fuggin nice sound...tops any i've heard before! Is that the same year (or engine) as sqrly's?? REP for that vid, gave me some morning wood

sqrly want to trade for my ascot + some cashes??

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DAMN! that is a fuggin nice sound...tops any i've heard before! Is that the same year (or engine) as sqrly's?? REP for that vid, gave me some morning wood

sqrly want to trade for my ascot + some cashes??
No deal!!!

That bike in the vid is most likely the same as mine. The 79's are more desireable. I think that it has less cc's but higher compression. and it comes with a 150mph speedo. I think the later bikes came with an 85 or 120mph speedo, I cant remember which. The bike is good for 135mph in stock trim.

I cant wait to punk some of the local 600 F2 kids.

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A guy I work with let me ride his '79 cbx. Really unique sound from the pipe, and has a powerband similar to my old '02 955i. The engine was wide as a safety device to protect your legs in the event of a lowside. He still has his. The kicker is he had this and another bike in storage, and for some reason, both bikes suffered severe rust damage. His cherry cbx (that he bought new) is now a rust pile. Sad. I'll email him for some pic of it in it's glory day.
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I'm a littl confussed about what you want to do here.

You want to restore it but you don't want OEM parts?

I think what you're saying is you want it to ERA correct with cafa mods but not change any of the OEM parts ?

my advice is to proceed without such a firm nind set and just take what comes your way inregards to parts .

look into swap meets ,buy a Walnecks classic trader and find swapmeet ads.

The next part I'll suggest leads to a second build but buy parts that you think will work in regards to style and fit .If they don't set them on the shelve and try again.
This plan works because trying to find that one perfect or exact part will take forever and allways costs the most.

The problem is having a FIRM plan limits progress.It's best to go with the flow and work around a general plan, that being a cafe style

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Resurrection, is what I am saying is that I want a restored CBX, then I am going to cafe it. Most of the parts that I will be taking off are in good shape or easily restored. Whatever I need to take off will be in restored shape and then put in safe storage.
Basically, I am not willing to do any cutting of the original parts.

I agree that having an open mind towards a project is better and that is what I do with most projects. But THIS one is different. I grew up to the stories of this bike. Five of my uncles are pissed that I am the one that got the bike. Plus, this is the bike I will have till I gift it to the next proud owner. I have a goal to get the bike done in the next five years. I know that is a long time, but that is ok with me. I wont crack the engine till I have the necessary parts to finish it in a couple weeks.
Look at the car guys that spend ten years building the perfect (for them) '69 Camaro, that is what this bike is to me. For as long as I can remember, this bike has had a larger than life image, and I still feel that way.

Mainly I need to know what brand names were popular back then for the parts that I listed.

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No deal!!!

That bike in the vid is most likely the same as mine. The 79's are more desireable. I think that it has less cc's but higher compression. and it comes with a 150mph speedo. I think the later bikes came with an 85 or 120mph speedo, I cant remember which. The bike is good for 135mph in stock trim.

I cant wait to punk some of the local 600 F2 kids.

Fine, you must appease my by revving it when it's all done.

That is the coolest sound i've heard to a bike

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Here are some good links for ya:

http://www.carlustblog.com/2008/10/1978-honda-cbx.html
http://www.motorcyclistonline.com/cbx/index.html

I would check with Harris in the UK and the various cafe websites for some direction.

http://www.caferacermag.com
http://www.unityequipe.com
http://www.clubmanracing.com
http://www.customfighters.com
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This link will help

www.walnecks.com

The thing that I've found hard to do is getting a flow of style from front to rear.
The idea of late model tires is cool but it changes the whole era style thing.somthing as simple as mirrors will make the bike look to modern.

The bikes of the early 80's are stuck in a time that was post cafe style and pre modern style .

I'm thinking you may have more luck finding parts that follow more of an early superbike style.The bike from Honda to see would be a CB900F I'm sure alot of those parts would fit.


Pipe,bars,tires,and such will offer the most impression

Pops Yoshimura was the big name then

http://www.roadcatalogs.com/store/yoshimura.html

http://www.yoshimura-rd.com/partsearch.aspx?v=parts

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Thanks guys for the links!!!

I am still trying to decide if I want to try to tackle the engine myself of send it out to that CBX specialty shop that I found a while back. If the shop does it, I will be looking at around 5-6 grand to make the engine equal or better than new. Doing the work to the rest of the bike does not concern me, it is just the engine cases that I don't want to mess with personaly.

I also need to find out who made the wide tire kit for the CBX.

The original tires are.
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Dunlop Gold Seal F11
3.50H19 4P.R.

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4.25/85VB18

That rear tire is about as wide as a modern 110 front tire. Most of our sportbikes use a 120 front. LOL

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Geez, 5-6k? You know how many SVs you could buy?
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cool video and i looked at some of the other videos the last one with chrome and flames and the six tip exhaust from africa sounded so badass. i have always wanted one been watching the ones on ebay now and then they are getting between 3-5k even more depending on condition.

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Geez, 5-6k? You know how many SVs you could buy?
That is for a top to bottom rebuild. All rubber is replaced with ether NOS or new pieces that are made to spec. The entire engine and carbs will be museum perfect for that amount.

I would need to buy three SV's to have as many pistons as one CBX.

I would think you would want one of the Dave. They are like a two wheeled freight train.

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cool video and i looked at some of the other videos the last one with chrome and flames and the six tip exhaust from africa sounded so badass. i have always wanted one been watching the ones on ebay now and then they are getting between 3-5k even more depending on condition.
Get the best condition one you can find. Worry less about paint and more about engine and carbs. It costs alot to rebuild the CBX carbs. And remember the good ones are the 78-79 models.

Good luck on your search.

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I finished my gixxer project that needed to get out of the way before really getting in to the CBX, then a couple unexpected trips added delay, then I smashed the gixxer and myself to pieces. Now, I am still trying to get life back on track.

It will be a while, but it will happen.

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We can get that thing on the road.

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Nope, other things are more important, like trips. I'm so tired of having to fix or rebuild bikes that I have decided to shove the CBX in the back for another 10 years while I travel.

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Nope, other things are more important, like trips. I'm so tired of having to fix or rebuild bikes that I have decided to shove the CBX in the back for another 10 years while I travel.

That's too bad, I built one about 8 years ago. It was a crazy bike.
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