Honda NX650 Dominator by Kiddo Motors


Customization allows you to make your mark, show what you are about, who you are and what you like. What you do is subjective as is everything creative and won’t appeal to everyone, that doesn’t matter though it’s about claiming your individualism.

When we read about Sergio Armet’s ‘Kiddo Motors’, Barcelona we can relate to what they are about and the passion they feel for motorcycles. An official dealer of Zero Engineering and stocking a bunch of carefully selected unique accessories; Kiddo Motors can also build a custom bike, customize your current bike or give a twist to a classic.

Kiddo Uno 1988 Honda NX650 Dominator 4In the spotlight today is ‘Kiddo Uno’, a 1988 Honda NX650 Dominator was the base for this build. The 650cc engine was completely rebuilt and assembled with K&N filters, and fitted with one sexy looking Gp-style exhaust system.

The frame was chopped, polished and rounded to reach tracker style lines and was reinforced with Honda CB250 passenger lugs. Kiddo Motors has used a repaired and modified Aluminium Yamaha XT500 tank which was painted with Honda Racing colors and fitter with a Yamaha TDM900 petcock. Lets not forget those Easton EXP motocross bars mounted on Easton Risers with Easton Grips.

Honda NX650 Dominator rolls on 19-inch front and 18-inch rear Excell rims, wrapped with Continental Twinduro Tires. The bike also features a few hand fabricated parts including the front fender, rear fender and a chainguard. The finishing touches includes simplified wiring harness and lithium battery, Bates headlamp, LED taillight string and post turn lights. Last but not least the ATV ignition switch to fire up this beauty. In total the ’Kiddo Uno’ has lost 19kg of it’s actual weight which began at 164kg.

Finished with the feature? Then check out this video (click here) of ‘Kiddo Uno’ taken on the last day of building with Brixton.

SOURCEKiddo Motors
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