HONDA NAVI CUSTOM CONVERSIONS | The mini Honda can be so maxi

Mini-bikes and their conversions are cult in the USA. Now two customizers have revised the new Honda Navi.  Whether Dax, Monkey or MSX 125 Grom - Honda minibikes have always been in great demand with renovators. Just a few days ago, the Japanese announced another minibike, the Navi, for the US market . That will also offer a lot of space for optimization and customization. The converters MNNTHBX and Steady Garage are now delivering the first custom concepts.  The Honda Navi is useful, practical and, at only around $ 1,800, also extremely affordable. But unfortunately it's not cool, not yet. The two conversions now presented show what can be conjured up from the minibike concept.  MNNTHBX has already had a lot of conversion experience with the Minibike Grom and Roller Zoomer, which has now been incorporated into the navigation concept. The color scheme with the red base coat and the blue and white applications is reminiscent of the large super sports models from Honda and of course the HRC racing colors. The rear wheel is now supported by an Öhlins damper and a new milled aluminum mount.     A lower-mounted Renthal cross handlebar and a new seat ensure a sportier seating position. The single cylinder is allowed to act more freely on the inlet and outlet side. A fairly open air filter makes it easier to breathe, a Yoshimura exhaust makes it easier to breathe out. The largest possible tire was mounted on the rear wheel rim. But the real kick is provided by the 6.5-inch kick bass, which was integrated into the transport box at the bottom of the frame.  Wheel growth  The navigation version of the Steady Garage is hardly less spectacular. Here too, new, wider tires are moving in. For this purpose, the rim was even enlarged and converted into disc wheels. A Vance & Hines exhaust with an original side outlet dopes the single cylinder together with a sports air filter. The bench replaces a new carbon structure with a minimized seat cushion. Cranked handlebars complete the new seating position. In front of the standard headlights, the Steady Garage packs a yellow protective screen. The footrests run variably in a new base plate. The Steady Garage Navi is rounded off with a nice front spoiler.    With these two drafts it is already clear that a cult of conversion will develop around the navigation system as well.  CONCLUSION  Another Honda minibike comes onto the US market with the Navi. The first customizers are already knitting delicious accessory programs for the navigation system there. We are certain: the GPS will also become a custom cult.

Mini-bikes and their conversions are cult in the USA. Now two customizers have revised the new Honda Navi.

Whether Dax, Monkey or MSX 125 Grom - Honda minibikes have always been in great demand with renovators. Just a few days ago, the Japanese announced another minibike, the Navi, for the US market . That will also offer a lot of space for optimization and customization. The converters MNNTHBX and Steady Garage are now delivering the first custom concepts.

The Honda Navi is useful, practical and, at only around $ 1,800, also extremely affordable. But unfortunately it's not cool, not yet. The two conversions now presented show what can be conjured up from the minibike concept.

MNNTHBX has already had a lot of conversion experience with the Minibike Grom and Roller Zoomer, which has now been incorporated into the navigation concept. The color scheme with the red base coat and the blue and white applications is reminiscent of the large super sports models from Honda and of course the HRC racing colors. The rear wheel is now supported by an Öhlins damper and a new milled aluminum mount. 

Mini-bikes and their conversions are cult in the USA. Now two customizers have revised the new Honda Navi.  Whether Dax, Monkey or MSX 125 Grom - Honda minibikes have always been in great demand with renovators. Just a few days ago, the Japanese announced another minibike, the Navi, for the US market . That will also offer a lot of space for optimization and customization. The converters MNNTHBX and Steady Garage are now delivering the first custom concepts.  The Honda Navi is useful, practical and, at only around $ 1,800, also extremely affordable. But unfortunately it's not cool, not yet. The two conversions now presented show what can be conjured up from the minibike concept.  MNNTHBX has already had a lot of conversion experience with the Minibike Grom and Roller Zoomer, which has now been incorporated into the navigation concept. The color scheme with the red base coat and the blue and white applications is reminiscent of the large super sports models from Honda and of course the HRC racing colors. The rear wheel is now supported by an Öhlins damper and a new milled aluminum mount.     A lower-mounted Renthal cross handlebar and a new seat ensure a sportier seating position. The single cylinder is allowed to act more freely on the inlet and outlet side. A fairly open air filter makes it easier to breathe, a Yoshimura exhaust makes it easier to breathe out. The largest possible tire was mounted on the rear wheel rim. But the real kick is provided by the 6.5-inch kick bass, which was integrated into the transport box at the bottom of the frame.  Wheel growth  The navigation version of the Steady Garage is hardly less spectacular. Here too, new, wider tires are moving in. For this purpose, the rim was even enlarged and converted into disc wheels. A Vance & Hines exhaust with an original side outlet dopes the single cylinder together with a sports air filter. The bench replaces a new carbon structure with a minimized seat cushion. Cranked handlebars complete the new seating position. In front of the standard headlights, the Steady Garage packs a yellow protective screen. The footrests run variably in a new base plate. The Steady Garage Navi is rounded off with a nice front spoiler.    With these two drafts it is already clear that a cult of conversion will develop around the navigation system as well.  CONCLUSION  Another Honda minibike comes onto the US market with the Navi. The first customizers are already knitting delicious accessory programs for the navigation system there. We are certain: the GPS will also become a custom cult.

A lower-mounted Renthal cross handlebar and a new seat ensure a sportier seating position. The single cylinder is allowed to act more freely on the inlet and outlet side. A fairly open air filter makes it easier to breathe, a Yoshimura exhaust makes it easier to breathe out. The largest possible tire was mounted on the rear wheel rim. But the real kick is provided by the 6.5-inch kick bass, which was integrated into the transport box at the bottom of the frame.

Wheel growth

The navigation version of the Steady Garage is hardly less spectacular. Here too, new, wider tires are moving in. For this purpose, the rim was even enlarged and converted into disc wheels. A Vance & Hines exhaust with an original side outlet dopes the single cylinder together with a sports air filter. The bench replaces a new carbon structure with a minimized seat cushion. Cranked handlebars complete the new seating position. In front of the standard headlights, the Steady Garage packs a yellow protective screen. The footrests run variably in a new base plate. The Steady Garage Navi is rounded off with a nice front spoiler.

Mini-bikes and their conversions are cult in the USA. Now two customizers have revised the new Honda Navi.  Whether Dax, Monkey or MSX 125 Grom - Honda minibikes have always been in great demand with renovators. Just a few days ago, the Japanese announced another minibike, the Navi, for the US market . That will also offer a lot of space for optimization and customization. The converters MNNTHBX and Steady Garage are now delivering the first custom concepts.  The Honda Navi is useful, practical and, at only around $ 1,800, also extremely affordable. But unfortunately it's not cool, not yet. The two conversions now presented show what can be conjured up from the minibike concept.  MNNTHBX has already had a lot of conversion experience with the Minibike Grom and Roller Zoomer, which has now been incorporated into the navigation concept. The color scheme with the red base coat and the blue and white applications is reminiscent of the large super sports models from Honda and of course the HRC racing colors. The rear wheel is now supported by an Öhlins damper and a new milled aluminum mount.     A lower-mounted Renthal cross handlebar and a new seat ensure a sportier seating position. The single cylinder is allowed to act more freely on the inlet and outlet side. A fairly open air filter makes it easier to breathe, a Yoshimura exhaust makes it easier to breathe out. The largest possible tire was mounted on the rear wheel rim. But the real kick is provided by the 6.5-inch kick bass, which was integrated into the transport box at the bottom of the frame.  Wheel growth  The navigation version of the Steady Garage is hardly less spectacular. Here too, new, wider tires are moving in. For this purpose, the rim was even enlarged and converted into disc wheels. A Vance & Hines exhaust with an original side outlet dopes the single cylinder together with a sports air filter. The bench replaces a new carbon structure with a minimized seat cushion. Cranked handlebars complete the new seating position. In front of the standard headlights, the Steady Garage packs a yellow protective screen. The footrests run variably in a new base plate. The Steady Garage Navi is rounded off with a nice front spoiler.    With these two drafts it is already clear that a cult of conversion will develop around the navigation system as well.  CONCLUSION  Another Honda minibike comes onto the US market with the Navi. The first customizers are already knitting delicious accessory programs for the navigation system there. We are certain: the GPS will also become a custom cult.

With these two drafts it is already clear that a cult of conversion will develop around the navigation system as well.

CONCLUSION

Another Honda minibike comes onto the US market with the Navi. The first customizers are already knitting delicious accessory programs for the navigation system there. We are certain: the GPS will also become a custom cult.


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