How much is a 1979 Honda CBX worth?


Excellent $16,000
Very Good $10,230
Good $6,545
Fair $4,465
Poor N/A

How much horsepower does a Honda CBX have?

Honda CBX

Manufacturer Honda
Top speed 134–140 mph (216–225 km/h)
Power 105 hp (78 kW)@ 9,000 rpm (claimed) 1978-1980 100–103 hp (75–77 kW) (claimed) 1981-1982 98 hp (73 kW) (rear wheel)
Torque 63 lb⋅ft (85 N⋅m)@ 8,000 rpm(claimed)
Transmission 5-speed

When did Honda CBX 1000 come out?

The American market didn’t get their hands on the Honda’s super sport until 1980 when it released the CBX 1000 A. By this time several improvements over its predecessor had been made mostly around the handling of the bike.

Did Suzuki ever make a 6 cylinder motorcycle?

Suzuki Stratosphere Concept Motorcycle. Suzuki’s six-cylinder Tokyo show bike may be closer to production than you think.

How much is a 1981 Honda CBX worth?


Excellent $11,160
Very Good $7,040
Good $5,160
Fair $3,960
Poor N/A

Can you build a V12 from a Honda CBX engine?

Honda CBX V12 by Andreas Georgeades. Building a V12 from a pair of Honda CBX engines would be quite an accomplishment if it was the only motorcycle project a builder ever did, unlikely of course, but by itself it would stand alone quite well.

Does this CBX look like a new bike?

It really looks like a new bike. The original owner was a single guy that was a Honda certified mechanic at a Honda Dealership that bought this new and stored it and kept it to be a future collector bike. So mechanically this CBX is dialed in perfect from him!!

What kind of bike is a 1047cc Honda CBX?

Honda CBX 1047 cc 6 cylinder sport touring super bike, Corbin seat, luggage rack, detachable sport saddle bags. Avon tires. Tall shield and cruise. Engine runs smooth. This bike really draws attention. Over all condition is excellent. Includes shop manual and CBX motorcycle cover.

Is this a real 1979 honda cbx 1000 frame?

Has Title signed by last owner and is legit. This is the 1979 Honda CBX 1000 Frame. Has Scratches and scuffs and was mostly wrapped for the 4 years I had it. I unwrapped it for picture Day. This Frame is AS-IS and for restoration.