Here’s A Track-ready Honda H’ness CB350

Loaded with track-spec parts, this Highness is now velocious

 Modified Hness CB350 Right side profile

With an objective to compete in the Tesuuma race in May 2022, Moriwaki Engineering has transformed the modest Honda CB350 into a track-ready racer. This is not your ordinary chop job, as the legendary Japanese tuning company has used over-the-counter bolt-on parts along with custom fabrication to create a track machine that goes as hard as it looks.

Nicknamed Tetsuba, the bike comes painted in an eye-catching traditional blue and yellow Moriwaki scheme. The key technical change on this bike is that it sports a 17-inch front wheel instead of the standard 19-inch. This swap, coupled with Pirelli SuperCorsa rubber, will definitely improve the overall handling of the bike around the track. 

Modified Hness CB350 Right side three quarter profile

To aid performance, this bike gets a custom full-system exhaust along with NGK spark plugs. However, power output remains the same as the stock CB350 to comply with the regulations of the event, meaning it produces around 21PS and 30Nm. The ECU is also said to run the stock mapping.

For fans of the CB350, the most exciting part of this bike is not the exhaust or the wheel size; it’s the styling. With a short single-seat unit integrated with a side number panel, lowered café racer clip-on bars and full-length belly pan, most owners would definitely look forward to getting their hands on a bolt-on kit like this to replicate the look and style of Tetsuba. 

Well, with Moriwaki being one of Japan’s most revered two-wheeler customisers, we wouldn’t be surprised if a full CB350 kit lands on its online shop very soon.

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