CBX400F Integra cowl installation completed edition

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CBX400F Integra cowl installation completed edition

I was able to install the cowl on the CBX400F Integra to a level where I could run it without any problems.
There was a correction point in the previous post, so I fixed it.
First, let's talk about past posts.
【CBX400F Integra cowl installation creation edition】

CBX400F Integra cowl installation creation edition
The cowl line of the CBX400F Integra is a little reminiscent of KAWASAKI's Z1R. Before I give it to the paint shop, I draw out a very detailed drawing and tell them how it should look like.
【CBX400F Integra Cowl Installation Temporary Edition】
CBX400F Integra Cowl Installation Temporary Edition
Posted the process of temporarily attaching the cowl to the early CBX model CB1 using the stay of the CBX late model - model SC06. CBX early model - Attach a stay to the body of my CBX model CB1.
【CBX400F Integra cowl installation edition】
CBX400F Integra cowl installation edition
If you have the stay of the later model of CBX, SC06, you can install the frame mount cowl fairly easily. Easy to install means easy to remove.
【CBX400F Integra cowl reinstallation edition】
CBX400F Integra cowl reinstallation edition
When I attached it to the CBX fully open, the offset was too large and there was a gap between the CBX meter and the CBX400F cowl. I was referring to the mounting position of rocket cowls such as Ducati's bevel. This is based on Kawasaki's Z1R turn signal installation position and cowl line. The fixing position of the cowl is based on Vedkati's bell.
【CBX400F Integra cowl installation ~Test run~】
CBX400F Integra cowl installation ~Test run~
The turn signal stay and the Yoshimura oil temperature gauge stay are shaking so badly that they need to be fixed. Regarding the CBX400F Integra cowl, there seems to be no problems with strange vibration or strength. There seems to be no problem with the steering angle or interference. The motorcycle with the cowl was the best. The way the wind hits is completely different from the naked state.
There is no end to this kind of work, but until you reach a level where you can drive at high speed without any problems, I finished it. Repair the wiring, replace bolts with appropriate ones, etc. There is no limit, but can I run? Can't you run? It is judged as complete. The theme is frame mount and using genuine parts. A cowl will be installed to achieve a speed of 200km/h. We will continue our work without wavering. For the time being, there are some minor corrections. We will continue to add articles there.


The blinker stay and Yoshimura Tempmeter were shaking badly, so I fixed it.
For the blinker, I inserted a rubber piece into the bolt joint and added one stay.
The Yoshimura Tempmeter was shaking and I fixed it by wrapping rubber around the part that was in contact with the frame.
Also, the main stay itself that was attached to the frame was a little loose, so I tightened it again.
It is necessary to consider whether or not to sandwich the rubber.
HONDA CBX- meter area
HONDA CBX- meter area
HONDA CBX - Yoshimura oil temperature meter
HONDA CBX – Yoshimura oil temperature meter
It's hard to see in the photo, but when installing the bolts and nuts, a rubber piece is inserted between them.
HONDA CBX - Frame - Stay installation
HONDA CBX – Frame – Stay installation
HONDA CBX - Frame - Stay installation
HONDA CBX – Frame – Stay installation
HONDA CBX - Frame - Stay installation
HONDA CBX – Frame – Stay installation
I added one stay and put a rubber washer between the bolts. The shaking has now subsided considerably.
It is also important to wrap it with rubber to prevent vibrations. It is also important to increase the strength of the stay itself.
The position of the turn signal was decided from the beginning, so we proceeded without compromise and found the current position.
*For models with a cowl such as the CBX400F Integra, late CBX, and CB-F series Bol d'Or, the turn signal is installed near the top of the head cover for early CBX models.

CBX – Cowl installation photo gallery

It was unclear whether the stays, rubber, etc. would be appropriate as modifications, so they were installed in a sloppy manner.
In the future, this is an item that needs to be corrected, such as replacing it with one that is in good condition and carefully considering how to install it.

CBX400F Integra cowl installation completed version【summary】

Looking back, installing the CBX400F Integra cowl took longer than expected.
If you're just wearing it, you don't have to worry about it.
However, if you want to actually drive it, you need strength.
Even though a cowl was installed to allow comfortable high-speed driving, it would be a very disappointing result if the cowl was installed to make it impossible to drive at high speed.
This time, the CBX400F Integra cowl installation work took more time to manufacture.
The more time it takes, the more it costs.
A lot of the work is DIY and I do it myself. It's cheaper than leaving it completely to a custom shop shop.
If you want to go back to the naked style of CBX, the standard stay for SC06 is only fixed to the frame with 4 bolts. Easy to remove.
The cowl I installed on the CBX400F Integra is relatively easy to put on and take off. I enjoy wearing it and taking it off depending on the situation and season.
Please enjoy attaching and detaching the cowl as long as it does not interfere with driving.
See you again!
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