Faster and Faster: 2014 Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade SP unveiled at the EICMA

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Honda CBR1000RR concept

2014 Honda CBR1000RR SP unveiled at the EICMA

The awesome new CBR1000RR Fireblade SP!

Honda let loose with the new CBR1000RR SP, which is now being displayed at the motorcycle show in Milan, ‘A track-focused Fireblade featuring front and rear suspension, monobloc front brake gold-painted 12-spoke cast wheels shod with Diablo Supercorsa SP tyres, seat unit, optional (with revised software), slipper clutch, special paint, and sharing the CBR1000RR’s cylinder head and power plus factory-matched engine says a press release Honda, describing the Fireblade SP.

While it lacks most of the electronics which its European now boast of, the Honda Fireblade one of the best superbikes in terms of engine performance, riding and sheer engineering. With the SP, Honda have added to the CBR1000RR, with improved gas flow and combustion efficiency, pistons and con-rods, modified aluminium twin-spar chassis to provide more flex, enhanced ‘feel’…), gas-charged TTX36 monoshock, 43mm USD fork, CNC-machined top yoke, and a stem made of steel than aluminium.

As on the regular CBR1000RR, the Fireblade aluminium gullwing swingarm through MotoGP-derived Unit rear suspension. Rake is set at 23- 30’ trail of 96mm and wheelbase of Kerb weight is 199kg front/rear weight distribution of

The Honda Fireblade SP also a 2nd generation HESD (Honda Steering Damper), which speed and tailors damping accordingly. It enhances stability at speed by minimising sudden angle changes, while the steering untouched – and light – at low Compared to the 2013 year the new CBR1000RR’s footpegs are set 10mm and the handlebars are wider, lower (by 1-) and forward (by 5-).

A new rear subframe – with no to support a pillion – is lighter, and the seat material is firmer. A new delivers improved high-speed rather than wind Super-sticky Pirelli Diablo SP tyres – 120/70 at the front and at the back – offer unmatched in very high-speed corners.

Honda CBR1000RR concept

With nickel-silicon carbide surface treatment on its cylinder for reduced friction, and reworked heads for better gas flow, the SP’s 1,000cc inline-four now 178 horsepower at 12,250rpm and 114Nm of at 10,500 revs. These class-leading figures, but with ‘Programmed Dual Sequential Injection system’ (PGM-DSFI) to match the Fireblade SP’s cylinder head and exhaust fueling has been made and power delivery has been perfect for driving as hard as out of corners.

The new Honda Fireblade SP is available a range of factory accessories, include a painted carbonfibre for protecting the rear shock, front mudguard,

carbonfibre covers, black-tinted high (27mm higher than maintenance stand, tank wheel sticker set, optimizer and a fairing scuff set.

Note: The regular CBR1000RR Fireblade will be available alongside the Fireblade SP. The CBR1000RR gets an uprated head and exhaust, plus PGM-DSFI settings for improved power and mid-range torque.

High-res pics of the 2014 Fireblade SP.

Honda CBR1000RR concept
Honda CBR1000RR concept
Honda CBR1000RR concept
Honda CBR1000RR concept

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