The six-cylinder Honda CBX is an attention grabber wherever it goes, even in stock trim. This highly tricked-out version left me dead in my tracks as I was walking the show halls. Unfortunately, neither the owner, nor a build sheet detailing the changes, was available, but simply looking at this thing it’s obvious a ton of work was done to the six-banger to get it in the shape it’s in. An entire front-end change, including wheels, forks, brakes and controls is clear, then moving back we see a carbon fiber fuel tank, side panels, and tail section. The swingarm looks like a CBR1000 piece, sporting a different shock. Wheels and Pirelli Supercorsa tires complete the look. As for the engine, a K&N air filter is easy to see, as is the six-into-four-into-one exhaust. Internal modifications are a mystery, however. If you own this bike, or know who does, drop us a line!