Published: Wednesday, 19 September 2018 0:00 AM | By Maxabout News Team | 2583 Views
The humble Honda CB Unicorn 150 has undergone a complete transformation, leaving no bit intact that could narrate a story of its beginning in the future. A first look is sure to attract keen eyeballs into the riding direction, all thanks to the selection of Blue as the base shade. It is not just seen on the fuel tank but, detailing is visible through the disc brake and front headlight cover. The panel right under the seat is jet black, sharp and well placed, leaving behind an effect that is created with an empty looking frame on most modified cafe racers.
McM Custom is using a much smarter fuel tank, diamond quilted seats and exposed frame under their custom-built seat. The rear comes with a floating fender while exhaust pipe sees a Ducati Scrambler-like twist in the middle, ending into an attitude-filled muffler. The stock wheels are now using bigger and grippy tires than those available on stock Honda Unicorn 150. The biggest change on this motorcycle is the switch from dual shocks to a meaty monoshock, not just improving the looks but, also bringing sporty stance to the rider.
It comes with a round front headlight, rubber grips on the standard forks and standard 149.2cc engine. The total output stays stock at 12.73 BHP and 12.80 Nm. The reduction in weight will definitely bring quicker sprints and easy maneuverability. The claimed top speed of 101 kph can still be achieved as reduction in weight will balance the effect of lost aerodynamic efficiency.
CB Unicorn Cafe Racer Video & Photos
Key Specs of CB Unicorn (Stock Model)
||12.73 Bhp @ 8000 rpm
||12.80 Nm @ 5500 rpm
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