HONDA CBX 250 Twister 2000 — Present

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HONDA CBX 250 Twister 2000 — Present

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HONDA CBX 250 Twister 249 (2000 — Present)

History

The Honda CBX is a sport bike from the Japanese manufacturer Honda.

Starting from racing developments of the 1960s and by the appearance of the Benelli 750 Be in 1974 saw Honda is forced to express the technological edge through this machine. Project Shoichiro Irimajiri that already in the 60s at the age of 25 several successful Honda racing bikes, such as the RC149 with 125 cc, the 250 and

The Honda CBX is a sport bike from the Japanese manufacturer Honda.


Starting from racing developments of the 1960s and by the appearance of the Benelli 750 Be in 1974 saw Honda is forced to express the technological edge through this machine. Project Shoichiro Irimajiri that already in the 60s at the age of 25 several successful Honda racing bikes, such as the RC149 with 125 cc, the 250 and the 300 RC166 RC174 had designed, constructed with an 8-man team with a motor air-cooled four-valve DOHC inline-six from a good liter displacement and 105 DIN hp. The chief designer responsible for the complete machine was Norimoto Otsuka.

The machine came in 1978 to market and polarized the motorcyclists. Chassis and tires weaknesses ensured criticism. The performance was exceptional, especially the acceleration exceeded every supercar.

The idea of ​​CBX as well as the appearance of even stronger Kawasaki Z1300 led to the initial decision, the motorcycle industry, to limit the power of machines sold in Germany volunteered to 100 hp.

The machine cost in 1979 including 11% VAT in Germany DM 10,963, which today entspricht.12 about 12,200 euros

The first CBX from 1978/1979 (type CB1, CBX Z type code 422) was established in 1980 by the successor model (Type SC03 CBX A type code 469), with other carburettor 98 hp and smaller facelift in 1981 by the so-called Prolink (type SC06 type code MA2) replaced. The CBX Prolink there were also two slightly different versions (CBX B) and 1982 (CBX C). She underlined with their motorcycle tour covering the character.

Ultimately, the CBX was no excessive commercial success, as well as four-cylinder motorcycles soon showed a corresponding performance, but they were cheaper to produce. A total of approximately 36,000 CBX were produced, of which 6,000 came to Germany. In early January 2008, it approved yet in 1993 the Federal Motor Transport Office equipment (including mothballed vehicles).

Other Motorcycles Honda CBX wore the initials in the name. Thus, in the mid-1980s, the 4-cylinder model CBX 550 on the market, which was unique in some optical and technical detail solutions (for example, internally ventilated disc brakes sheathed). Other bikes such as the F/F2 CBX 550, CBX 650 CBX 750 E and F had not much in common with the original CBX.

In Japan and other countries, there was the CBX 125 (Brazil) / CBX 125 F / CBX 125 Custom / CBX 150 Aero (Brazil) / CBX 200 Strada (Brazil) / CBX 250 S / CBX 250 RS / CBX 250 Twister / CBX 400 F / CBX 400 F2 Integra / CBX 400 Custom / CBX 650 P (Police) / CBX 750 HORIZON / CBX 750 (Police) / CBX 750 FII / CBX 750 F Bol d’Dor version. The X in the name refers to a four-valve version.

Some motorcycle-class manufacturers used the engine, such as Fritz Egli for the Red Baron, and motorcycle Spaett Munich for the target EGLI Magnum or PERCH-CBX. The target EGLI Magnum was designed by Target Design. Both had a signature for EGLI frame structure that was created with a backbone tube of about 12 cm in diameter and exclusive use of straight pipes for sporty driving.

Martin also from France and Motoplas from Italy and from Germany RAU used the 6-cylinder engine. The former racing driver Joseph Schurger built to order on a 1276 cm ³ drilled CBX engine with 120 or 180 hp in a Bakker-aluminum frame.

Price-Martin CBX 1982

Price Egli-CBX 1982

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Price Egli-CBX 1983

Price target EGLI 1982

Price target EGLI 1983

Technology: CBS

Naked bikes / rounder: CB 1300 | CB 1100 | CBF 1000F | CBF 1000 | CB 1000R | Hornet 600 | 600 CBF

Athletes: Fireblade | CBR 600

Tourer and Sport Tourer: Gold Wing | VFR 1200 F | Pan European | VFR | Deauville

Enduros: VFR 1200X Cross Tourer | VFR 800X Crossrunner

Cruiser: VT 1300 CX | 750 Shadow | Shadow Spirit | Valkyrie Rune

Racing motorcycles: RC213V

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