Based from a 1992 Honda CB750 Nighthawk
The build started as a 1992 Honda CB750 Nighthawk with a rock solid 747cc air-cooled engine that puts out a pretty 75hp. The bike has been completely re-built along with the chassis (forks, wheels, steering, brakes) with seals, gaskets, bearings and rings. Carburetor was overhauled and re-jetted to accommodate the new custom air intake and exhaust. Every aspect of the motor and carbs are colored in great detail.
Project Scorpion received a modern day suspension upgrade courtesy of a 2006 Suzuki GSX-R600s inverted front forks, rims, calipers and rotors along with the swing-arm mono shock set-up. This also allowed the bike to sport a set of Pirelli Scorpion Trail II Dual Sport Tires. Custom sub-frame with cafe racer ribbed leather wrapped seat and an original 1978 CB750 gas tank gives this bike a clean and aggressive look, a perfect mix between retro aesthetics and modern day technology.
Project Scorpion's powder coat color scheme shown is Sterling Charcoal, Flat Gun Metal, Flat Black and Dormant Red covered with a Flat Clear Coat.
· Motogadgets programmable M-Unit Blue with keyless technology
· Custom Tachometer/Speedometer GPS gauge
· Pirelli Scorpion Trail II Dual Sport Tires
· Suzuki GSXR front and rear suspension
· J.W. Speaker LED headlight
· Wood craft clip-ons with Driven grips and Motogadget M-Blaze turn signals
· Motogadget M-Rear rearview mirror
· Removable license plate bracket and inspection sticker plate
· LED brake light with built in license plate light
· Includes rear color matching stand
· Includes a Custom Pro-Tech SKNZ Stretch Fit cover
One-off parts include:
· Hand milled from solid aluminum air intake with a honey comb mesh cover
· Triple Tree with LED indicators for Low Oil, Kick Stand, and Neutral switch
· Custom built foot and toe pegs
· Custom exhaust with stainless steel wool packing.
-Tim Huber from www.bike-urious.com-
"CB cafe racers are a dime-a-dozen these days so it’s not often that I come across one that stands out as being genuinely special but this 1992 CB750 built by IndustrialMoto is all kinds of awesome. Not only does this one-off CB feature modern components and suspension, but the cosmetic work and build quality are good enough to easily pass for a factory bike."
"The folks over at IndustrialMoto really have pulled off an impressive build with this bike. The attention to detail and craftsmanship are beyond impressive and I think justify its hefty price tag."