Honda Bros 400 was nothing close to what a showstopper is expected to be in terms of design. K-Speed worked on this model and came forward with this exclusive futuristic cafe racer built with street fighter aesthetics hidden in some of its design lines.
Before making any part related claim, K-Speed kept the stock frame, wheels and swing-arm, painting them black for a perfect contrast with silver finished, custom built body panels. The rear section looks pretty empty with just a wide wheel and black finished chain parts. A single seater by nature, K-Speed Bros 400 carries a well designed tail light.
Fans can have a look at that huge under engine fairing that perfectly suits the huge nature of this bike. The most amazing thing of all is the use of hand-built frame that covers the front suspension and helps the bike achieve a futuristic stance. It comes with a LED headlight mounted on top of this frame.
Instrument console was given a miss while clip on handlebars emerge safely from custom designed front frame. Fuel filler also carries a unique setup and thus, everything feel well proportioned in relation to each other. Those twin exhaust pipes are seen clearly on the lower right side.
The donor bike was manufactured almost 3 decades back and thus, design language of that time was completely different from present generation bikes. The 389cc, twin cylinder engine on stock Bros 400 is good for 37 PS at 8500 rpm and 34.5 Nm at 6500 rpm.
The engine of Honda Bros 400 comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox. It came with a huge 19.5 liter fuel tank and K-Speed seems to use a relatively smaller unit under the fairing. Seat on the stock version can help you ride with a pillion while this modified version has a single leather wrapped seat on offer. It flows perfectly into the fuel tank.