Honda CB Trigger is not a name that triggers excitement in a performance lover but, this typical example from Simran Accessories (Jharkhand) will make you go crazy for its design. The decent commuter has turned into an amazing streetfighter with Ducati Scrambler inspired design lines at some points and Honda CBR1000R inspired front end. They have modified the entire motorcycle, adding round LED headlight in place of the stock headlight with a commuter-friendly fairing. The suspension now offers rubber grips for a completely black finish. They have painted the fuel tank white with a ‘93’ moniker on both sides of the tank.
The top view brings a red stripe running right through the center of its fuel tank. The front tire, along with the stock fender, stays intact on this motorcycle. The stock instrument console was retained for its practical approach and flat design. Adding a bit of exclusivity to this Trigger, they have painted the tank extensions black and rest of the tank white on the motorcycle. The seat is a neat affair with proper padding and an increase in height for the rear end. The exposed frame and panel under the fuel tank looks really impressive for a bike of this class. The rear end now comes with an independent tire hugger.
The modifier has used a LED light stripe as the tail light and sleek indicators look really classy at both ends. A custom exhaust with all black finish completes the package. Honda CB Trigger uses a 149.1cc, single cylinder engine, producing 14.35 bhp at 8500 rpm and 12.5 Nm at 6500 rpm. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox. It was discontinued due to lack of sales for this department, which again got a boost with the reintroduction of Unicorn 150. The modified bike must have lost a considerable amount of weight with these changes.
For further inquiries and details, you can contact:
- Address: Opposite Reliable Industries, Katras Road, Matkuria, Dhanbad, Jharkhand – 826001
- Contact Person: Mr. Ramandeep Singh
- Mobile Number: +91 70046 49255
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