The Honda CB1100 is a 1,140 cc (70 cu in) air-cooledinline four-cylindernaked bike that was introduced by Honda in 2010 as a modern successor to the CB750. At introduction the motorbike was available in Japan, Australia and New Zealand; it was later introduced to Europe and the United States in 2013.
The CB1100 is styled as a Universal Japanese Motorcycle. The model underwent a revision in 2014, gaining a sixth gear and new gauge cluster. Honda also released the CB1100 Deluxe, an upgraded variant on the standard CB1100. The 2017 model was updated with front and back LED lights, a new lighter exhaust, a seamless fuel tank made of pressed aluminum, and the addition of a slipper clutch.
Introduced in 2014 the Deluxe model has a 6 speed transmission, larger fuel tank (0.5 gallons), 4-in-2 exhaust, ABS, modified seat and other details. In North America this model is labeled CB1100 DLX.
The CB1100 EX model variant in addition to the DLX also features wire wheels. As of 2014 it is available in Japan and Europe.
A CB1100 RS model was released in the 2017 model year. This model has all lighting from LED lights, slightly revised engine, 17-inch aluminium wheels, wheelbase 5mm shorter, Tokico radial brake calipers, different caster angle, sportier suspension setup with dual bending valve two-piece Showa right side up 43 mm fork, and sport-oriented tires.
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