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Availability date: 02/01/2019
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|Size||168mm x 94mm x 71mm|
|Attention||Do not include paint or glue ( sold separately )|
|Content||Plastic parts | Decals | Instructions|
Honda CBX400F is a motorcycle manufactured by Honda Motors Co., Ltd between 1981 and 1984.
In order to break through the market and to address the demand to introduce an in-line-four engine model, Honda introduced CBX400F in 1981.
CBX400F's features include; a compact body reminding CB400FOUR, a meter panel resembling that of CB750F, forged separated-handles, forged pedals, "x" shaped 4-1-2 exhaust pipe, hollowed aluminium swing arm+pro-link suspension, ventilated disk brake and others. Particularly, the engine produced 48 horsepower, when other 400cc class motorcycles could not. Its sophistication and high performance attracted the market and marked the highest sales among the sports models over the long run.
A challenging construction kit of this newly developed machine that offered improved performance and hydraulically damped telescopic forks. It was launched in 1981.
This is a 1/12 Revell plastic kit to build a replica of a Honda CBX 400 F motorbike.
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