2010 Honda CBR1000RR

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Honda CBR1000RR concept

2010 Honda CBR1000RR

worldwide for its scorching speed and agility, the CBR1000RR Fireblade is an icon of performance motorcycling. As proudly celebrated its 50th of racing at

the 2009 Isle of Man TT, the appetite for victory was insatiable; the top 5 places in

the Superbike race, John McGuinness to his 15th TT win and new lap and race records. Yet

the ultimate is not all about speed. ‘Total has been at the heart of its development

the Fireblade was first launched in and it has sped from success to Honda has continuously improved the experience that gives the unique confidence on both and track.

The 1992 CBR900RR the imagination of the motorcycling world at its Its minimalist

design eliminated any that didn’t need to be Successive generations have improved by

further reducing and focusing what’s left its centre of gravity (mass This gives

the bike its characteristic agility and excellent Confidently carving out long or whipping through quick its razor-sharp response and predictable have always been as on the road as they are on the track.

A new engine and radically revised in 2008 took the concept of Control’ to unprecedented levels and continuing success for the Fireblade. by ancient Japanese craftsmanship and combined with developments in aerodynamic performance, the new machine was a of engineering.

The engine responded to every rider input at the with controllable power and

acceleration. A new, super-slim aluminium frame achieved the balance between the strength

to harness the engine’s power, and the needed to obtain maximum in the corners. Even more dimensions contributed to mass and gave the rider more to move around the machine and the best weight distribution for the

In 2009, Honda epitomisedthe Control’ philosophy by offering riders the option of a high electronically-controlled “Combined ABS”, a innovation for a bike in this

The first Combined ABS to be designed for a super sports motorcycle, it the necessary feel at the controls as as incorporating the light weight and developed performance demanded by its competitive environment.

For 2010, the Fireblade continues to celebrate its with carefully selected and

performance improvements that its sports image.

New for 2010

rear styling with shape and new taillight with lens

Sharp exhaust appearance with aluminium cover

New graphics and colours

crankshaft inertia mass or decreased – reduction guessed)

crankshaft weight for improved reaction

Development Concept

The Fireblade holds an unchallenged position as the sportsbike that the best balance of sports and rideability on both track and For 2010, our designers and engineers focused on sharpening its track-ready The resulting developments, while not changes, heighten enjoyment of the high quality and clean profile.

They also add to the ownership by increasing the pride in riding extremely desirable machine, revving it up on trackdays or honing skills on the curves and twists of favourite roads.

The 2010 styling adds further to the motorcycle’s pared-down and purposeful

The overall form dispenses anything that doesn’t the twin goals of minimal and optimal

mass centralisation. The fender has been sharpened and a tail-light added. For 2010 the and licence plate holder been integrated into a and convenient assembly which can now be detached from the rear unit for closed track

The low-slung exhaust features a redesigned muffler with a aluminium finish.

Designed for handling, the front cowl is and compact, incorporating acutely dual ram-air

intakes and line-beam headlights. Its styling the bike’s dynamic performance maximising its aerodynamic efficiency. For its aggressive, race-ready appearance has updated

with new graphics and on the middle front cowl on all but Graphite Black (Black

Colouring Concept

The 2010 Fireblade comes in four new colour variants. Graphite with White/

Black emphasises the sportsbike’s lean, lines. The Silver Metallic/Pearl Orange

version is bold and A refreshed HRC tricolour version 50 years of Honda Racing, all the pride of the CBR heritage and enhancing its image. It features additional on the rear fender and larger on the upper side fairing, and HRC on the middle and upper front rear fender and front

There is also a special Black version. Simple and it places a firm emphasis on the lines of the bodywork which strongly with the silver frame. All

colours are available in the Standard and the Combined ABS versions.

Black (White/Black stripes)

Silver Metallic/ Pearl Orange

Pearl Sunbeam (Tricolour — HRC)

Black (Black special)

engine performance is distinguished by torque throughout its range. is

smooth and powerful, seamlessly from the lightest, most package.

The wide-bore, short-… that delivers its high-revving range is made possible by

cylinders and lightweight pistons, valves and cranks. In order to enjoyment of

sports riding, have been made to fluctuations in engine torque and throttle

control. The ACG flywheels been made bigger and rigidity has been enhanced to fit

the size, increasing crankshaft mass by 6.87%. This generation of optimal crankshaft

mass during racing, throttle control and racing This has been achieved

any increase in weight through the use of components including an aluminium head

sealing bolt, flange section for the exhaust and a smaller fan motor.

The engine’s delivery is aided by an Assist Clutch which ensures downshifting

and deceleration as well as clutch reengagement, light load and comfortable clutch

The CBR1000RR exhaust combines a configuration with maximum clearance and mass centralisation. Two in the muffler constantly tailor the for maximum drive and smooth and boost the machine’s power at throttle. Our oxygen-sensing HECS3 Evolutional Catalysing System) monitors emissions, reducing any gases and tailoring fuelling for the efficient combustion mixture.

In designing the sophisticated four-piece frame for the CBR1000RR Fireblade, engineers

aimed to perfect the balance of strength, rigidity and required for top superbike performance. agile, confident handling, it facilitates the positioning of all other for

mass centralisation. The gull-wing swingarm is long, giving traction. It is complemented by

our innovative Pro-Link rear suspension, in the laboratory of MotoGP racing. At the fully adjustable 43mm cartridge-type front fork to confident control. Together systems provide assured holding on both road and

The Fireblade also features our HESD Steering Damper automatically tailors

Honda CBR1000RR concept

damping according to bike speed. enhances high-speed stability by sudden steering

changes, and enables light, easy at low speeds.

At the front, powerful four-piston calipers feature a monoblock construction

for light and optimal rigidity. Six-point rotors feature variable hole sizes, further

weight while maintaining feel. Electronically-Controlled “Combined Since 2009 it has been to enjoy breathtaking CBR performance the extra reassurance of a specially electronically-controlled “Combined ABS”, by Honda specifically for use on its Super bikes. This revolutionary allows riders to brake and confidently without disturbing the intuitive control that is so to sports riding.

A typically short wheelbase that a sportsbike can be prone to forward under extreme Honda’s electronically-controlled “Combined minimises the pitch tendency, balance and stability while the ABS and CBS advantages of smooth, easy and wheel lock prevention.

testing on road and track has that this electronically-controlled ABS” enhances control retaining cornering feel. For of all skill levels, it offers a and skillbuilding option that improves enjoyment of the Super riding experience.


A broad range of accessories be supplied by Honda Access to further extend the versatility

of the These accessories include:

A of lightweight and stylish carbon parts which have designed specifically for

the CBR1000RR. include a rear wheel (non-ABS version only) protects chassis internals, a mudguard that also the lower front fork and decorative crankcase covers attach to ACG and clutch covers.

An colour-matched rear wheel that protects the rear absorber from dirt

version only).

A carbon-fibre-look tank pad and fuel lid cover set the HRC logo.

A colour-matched rear cowl that snaps place to accentuate the CBR1000RR’s

competitive look.

An attractive set of stickers with the Honda logo.

A 27.4mm taller, approved windscreen. Available in a or clear version with the Racing logo, it offers wind protection without manoeuvrability and shades

the instrument panel from the

A set of black nylon fairing which reduce the risk of to fairing parts.

A patented, replacement rider’s seat on elastomer mesh technology for

comfort. It features a CBR logo, tag and alternative skin pattern.

A bag that can be mounted on the pillion to provide extra luggage

A tank bag that keeps essentials to hand without ride comfort. (This can be

with the seat bag to provide carrying capacity for weekend

A compact AVERTO alarm kit motion detector, siren and battery to provide extra against vandalism and theft. A sleep mode protects from drainage.

A U-lock designed to fit into the compact located under the pillion pad or optional

rear seat

A tilting tubular steel stand that lifts the by the end of its swingarm to facilitate

cleaning and wheel maintenance.

ECU for “Combined for circuit usage.

Honda CBR1000RR concept
Honda CBR1000RR concept


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