Honda CBX 1050 - The Motorcycle That Sounds Better Than A F1 Car

When it was launched back in 1978 the Honda cbx1050 was like any other late 70's superbikes. A large and powerful engine showed into an severely under engineered chassis with poor suspension set up. You had to have some kind of death wish to push this motorcycle to it's limit. But despite all that down sides one characteristics of the motorcycle made it stand out from the crowd forever.

The CBX 1050 is powered by a 1,047 cc, air-cooled, inline six-cylinder engine. It was a groundbreaking design at the time, and the six-cylinder layout gave the bike a distinctive appearance and a smooth, powerful performance. The CBX 1050 was known for its impressive power output, producing around 105-115 horsepower, depending on the model and market. It was one of the fastest production motorcycles of its time, capable of reaching top speeds of over 130 mph (210 km/h).

The CBX 1050 gained a strong following among motorcycle enthusiasts due to its exceptional performance and striking design. It remains a sought-after collector's item, and well-maintained examples can command high prices in the vintage motorcycle market. The CBX 1050 left a lasting impact on the motorcycle industry and is often considered a classic and iconic machine. Its powerful engine and unique styling have inspired subsequent generations of motorcycles, and many motorcycle enthusiasts still appreciate its design and performance.

In today's video you will hear how this motorcycle sounds! It really is something else! You will be amazed for sure. So scroll down and enjoy watching!