Honda CB550F "SDNO"

Category 2 WHEELS

25 000€
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"
  • Honda CB550F "SDNO"

Honda CB550F "SDNO"

Category 2 WHEELS

25 000€

This build by NCT dubbed the "SDNO" is based on a clean Honda CB 550 Four from 1976. The bike was stripped down to its essentials and its rear got completely reworked. A handmade seat and hump are installed and they are among the best parts of the bike. The frame was powder coated in black together with the rims. A new set of Avon Road Rider wheels were then installed. The black and red color scheme was devised by Manuel who painted the tank and the hump. To match the colors, a red exhaust tape is installed. 

But this bike is not only about cosmetics, as it received technical and electronic upgrades. Kurt from NCT renewed everything by installing a new M-Unit and a lithium battery hidden inside the engine. A Keyless Go function and alarm system were installed too. The old handlebars are replaced with lower cafe racer handlebars with a m-switch system. To match the upgrades, a Motogadget speedometer is nstalled. The rear end of the bike is clean thanks to the frame loop that incorporates a rear light. In the front, a new smaller headlight was installed and the turn signals are as small as possile, while the front ones are integrated into the handlebars.