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Honda CBR 1000 RA Fireblade HRC

20 years of “total control”

The CBR1000RR builds on the legacy of control” that has shaped its for 20 years since the introduction of its ground-breaking forerunner, the CBR900RR, at the show in 1991. Since successive evolutions of the machine layered advancement upon while retaining its defining of a perfect balance between and control.

Under the overall concept of “natural evolution of Sports”, the 2012 CBR1000RR team have concentrated efforts on the chassis to enhance enjoyment even further. In new wheels and new front and rear systems have been for even better handling, and braking performance. The advanced Free Rear Cushion suspension is a world-first for a production

The team has also created a even more aggressive to better communicate the dynamism and speed of the new CBR1000RR. In addition, the comprehensive instrument panel has functionality making the bike user-friendly, helping riders get the from Honda’s most and advanced Super Sport yet: the 20th anniversary Fireblade.

In the words of Hirofumi Large Project Leader for the CBR1000RR “This is a model all super sports bike including the most experienced, to the joy of owning the CBR1000RR, while at the time feeling more fun in riding and more joy of riding ever before, whether it be on roads or at a circuit.”

Key features

styling package: A new nose, main fairing and a tail bring a more aggressive and a look to the 2012 CBR1000RR.

Free Rear Cushion: for the first time on a production this advanced new rear uses a double-tube design to smoother and more accurate superior damping and improved

Big Piston Front Fork: The CBR1000RR also features 43mm telescopic forks Showa’s Big Piston technology. a unique design to reduce pressures, the Big Piston Front offers improved damping, front tyre grip and stability under braking.

wheels: Stunning 12-spoke aluminium wheels provide consistent rigidity to work the new forks to deliver improved

Instrument panel

Enhanced LCD: Now with lap timer, position indicator, and tachometer 4 modes of display.

Assisted clutch: Reduces the engine transmitted to the rear wheel shifting down, increasing stability under deceleration and on entry.

Second generation steering damper: Essential on a light, compact and yet powerful the Honda Electronic Steering delivers both high-speed and light, responsive low-speed

Optional Combined ABS: The Fireblade can be experienced with advanced electronically-controlled Combined ABS system, which offers all the of Honda’s Combined Brake and antilock braking.

Revised settings: The CBR1000RR retains its powerful 999cc inline-4 but new fuel injection settings it even smoother and easier to particularly at smaller throttle

Model details

Embodying and dynamism: The previous CBR1000RR was around the keynote themes of dimensions’, ‘lightweight’ and ‘mass For 2012, it was decided that the should underline the sheer and dynamic potential of the CBR1000RR. styling keys remain – for the familiar vertical … in the side panels has been providing visual tension.

The is a more graceful profile draws the eye from the sharper and revised air intakes, to a more tail. The overall effect is a dynamic and faster-looking machine, one strongly-defined lines leave no as to its performance potential.

Aerodynamically layered fairing: The new CBR1000RR the layered fairing concept in improved functionality. The fairing a large pocket of calm air the rider, improving comfort, also helping draw air the cooling system. These worked surfaces also add to the aggressive looks.

An integrated spoiler in the nose also aerodynamic lift at speed, handling.

Unique Balance Rear Cushion: The main for further developing the CBR1000RR’s set-up were a smoother action, improved rider and increased grip and traction. The suspension system uses the Pro-Link configuration and introduces the Balance Free Rear on a production motorcycle.

Developed in with world-leading suspension Showa, instead of the conventional layout, the Balance Free Cushion uses a double-tube the damper case and an internal The damper piston features no Instead the damping force is as displaced oil passes through a damping component.

In the conventional the compression-side damping force was in two places with the main and sub valves, but elimination of the sub valve and in one place allows pressure within the cushion to be controlled more smoothly. And because is no small amount of oil being at high pressures, damping response is improved and damping can function smoothly during input. Moreover, damping can be generated smoothly when from tension to compression due to pressure changes.

The Balance Rear Cushion delivers consistent damping over the of a ride, plus improved absorption and therefore greater since contact is more maintained between the rear and the road or track surface. technology has been proven in the prestigious Suzuka 8 Hour and the MFJ Superbike All Japan Road Championship. Indeed a CBR1000RR fitted with a Showa Free Rear Cushion won the Japanese Superbike championship, the advantages of this advanced new solution.

Easily accessed suspension adjusters: The combination of Unit Pro-Link rear and the Showa Balance Free Cushion brings more simply improved rear performance and increased traction. To road and track riders to easily adjust the rear and rebound damping performance, the have been placed on the top of the shock body, offset to the As a result the rear suspension can be quickly adapted to suit riding conditions and requirements.

Big Piston Front Fork: To the Balance Free Rear the front suspension system now a pair of inverted 43mm forks with Showa’s Big Front Fork technology. The use a unique construction with a damping volume to effectively the hydraulic pressure generated as the compress and extend. The result is play during the initial and smoother damping, helping tyre contact with the or track, giving the rider handling, a reassuring feel the front tyre and enhanced during hard braking.

cast aluminium wheels: The CBR1000RR features new 12-spoke aluminium wheels which more consistent rigidity. with the new suspension, these provide improved handling and for the rider.

Aluminium frame optimised rigidity balance: The four-piece aluminium frame all the most desirable attributes of a frame. It delicately balances the rigidity and lightness required for superb handling and a strong ratio.

Wrapped tightly the main components of the machine, the also contributes to the centralisation of a guiding principle of Honda’s and road-going bikes that to both stability and responsive At the rear of the frame the gull-wing is deliberately long. It works the innovative Unit Pro-Link suspension, a configuration derived Honda’s 990cc RC211V racer, to deliver outstanding and high levels of rider

Steering Damping

Second HESD Honda Electronic Damper: Conventional hydraulic dampers increase high-speed but bring unfavourably heavy at low speeds. The CBR1000RR’s HESD monitors the bike’s speed and the damping force accordingly. It stability at speed by minimising steering angle changes also leaving the steering and uncorrupted at low speed.

Unrivalled power: Since 2009 the has been offered with electronically-controlled “Combined ABS” a high performance antilock system which has been developed for Super Sport This revolutionary system away with the pulsating associated with conventional ABS technology, leaving the rider to enjoy safe and powerful without the risk of locking a even on a racetrack. At the same the Combined Braking System continually optimises the front/rear of the braking effort being

Exhaustive testing on both and track has shown that the system allows the full use of the braking power without locking or pitching. Modifications to the of front braking activated first applying the rear on the 2012 model create an more stable braking

The powerful front brakes a pair of radially-mounted four-piston and a pair of floating 320mm To reduce weight and ensure rigidity, the monoblock calipers are from a single piece of

Full LCD Instrumentation: The new CBR1000RR multi-function LCD instruments to communicate from gear position to temperature and speed. The cockpit is dominated by a digital bar-type tachometer that scrolls left to right as the engine increases. Beneath this are the numerical readouts: gear coolant temperature, speedometer, time, trip/fuel efficiency/fuel and odometer/numerical tachometer.

At the bottom of the display are lights for functions as headlight high neutral and indicator function.

tachometer: Clear and easy to in all light conditions, the tachometer has display modes: Conventional, uses black LCD segments to current rpm; Reverse, uses black LCD segments to remaining rpm; Peak which indicates rpm in the conventional way and leaves a telltale segment the peak rpm achieved; and Single which uses a single to show current engine In addition, the odometer may be switched to engine rpm numerically.

Lap timer: modes are available on the lap timer, an tool for circuit riding. As as the lap timer itself, the display can fuel consumption, average efficiency, travelled distance and elapsed time. To assist after a session, lap time mode shows the fastest lap and the lap on which it was set.

5-level indicator: To maximise performance and gear shifting at the optimum rpm, the 5-level shift display uses highly white LEDs, adjustable for The LEDs illuminate sequentially as the rpm rises, finally blinking at a preset rpm (default is 13,000rpm but can be set between 4,000rpm and 13,000rpm). The between sequential illumination can be set at 0, 200 or 400rpm.

Compact, powerful and liquid-cooled DOHC inline The Fireblade has always used an 4-cylinder engine combining a specific power output the low weight and compact dimensions for a compact, agile chassis. The is designed to achieve high speeds, with a bore of a … of 55.1mm – giving a displacement of 999cm3 – and a nickel-silicon (Ni-SiC) surface treatment on the walls to reduce friction and complete reliability, even in use. Lightweight engine contribute both to engine and handling, by helping reduce the overall weight.

Precise The race-bred Programmed Dual Fuel Injection system has revised settings for 2012 to even more precise and a usable power delivery at all Particular attention has been to the PGM-DSFI settings at small openings.

The CBR1000RR engineers on the engine’s response at low speeds so when riding winding roads or when cornering at low the response will be delicate, and progressive. By analysing throttle and engine response in these the 2012 CBR1000RR achieves an level of control at throttle of up to 25%. At such openings the injection has been set to deliver changes in power and torque

Then, as the throttle opening larger, these changes in become progressively greater. The is an engine that responds greater accuracy to the rider’s giving a greater road-holding from the rear tyre, manoeuvrability, even on demanding of road or racetrack, and highly linear acceleration.

Smooth, performance: Despite its prodigious of power and torque, every has been made to ensure the functions as an integrated part of a Super Sport riding In 2010 the alternator flywheels made bigger and crankshaft increased accordingly. These increased the inertial mass of the by 6.87%, ensuring a smoother and consistent power delivery with improved throttle

Refinements such as a move to an cylinder head sealing a thin-walled flange section for the pipe and a smaller fan motor made at the same time to an increase in overall weight.

emissions: The exhaust system has made to reduce the emission of exhaust gases. A high-absorption material has been adopted the exhaust, which together the oxygen sensor, constantly the fuelling for the most efficient mixture ensures full compliance.

Assisted slipper The CBR1000RR is fitted with a clutch of the same type as used in the 800cc RC212V racer. The design ensures power transmission together ultra-smooth gear shifting and a lever feel. In the critical phase, when the rider brake, judge their line and shift down the simultaneously, the slipper clutch the burden by reducing the torque from the engine to the rear reducing the chance of rear losing traction and therefore stability and ensuring smooth operation.

The 2012 CBR1000RR be launched in three colours.

Pearl Sunbeam White

Victory Red

— Graphite

Model history

In November Honda unveiled the CBR900RR a machine that would the Super Sport sector. the arrival of the first Superbike, the more than 20 years much had changed. Chassis four cylinder engine and suspension sophistication had all evolved but Super Sport machines had grown heavy. A dedicated at Honda, working under Baba, knew there was way.

Reduce a motorcycle’s and weight and you can achieve more with less power. thinking also enables you to a bike with the braking and performance to leave rivals a machine so pure in its responses an experience akin to riding a race bike can be made in a production motorcycle. The launch of the Fireblade changed the Super world forever.

The CBR900RR a high performance benchmark the 1990s and into the first of the 21st century. This was through careful evolution, the development of new technologies and an unwavering to the “total control” concept had made the original CBR900RR a landmark machine. Engine rose from 893cc 919cc and 929cc to 954cc, the escalation in power output all the time by advances in frame, and suspension technology.

MotoGP’s to include 990cc four-… from 2002 and the changes to the Superbike Championship regulations in raising displacement to 1000cc, shaped the evolution of the Fireblade in the century. The result was an all-new that elevated the Super experience to new levels: the CBR1000RR

Launched in 2004, the CBR1000RR nothing back. It was the result of a concept as pure as the one behind the Fireblade: “the crown of Honda Racing DNA, the RR”. The all-new 998cc delivered searing performance a unit so light and compact it the development team to realise key objective: mass centralisation. The weight was concentrated, increasing stability and manoeuvrability.

There was Unit Pro-Link rear delivered excellent road A centre-up exhaust system, its underseat muffler, further the machine’s weight distribution. fairings reduced aerodynamic for no loss of high-speed stability.

And the generation Honda Electronic Damper (HESD) married high speed running light, responsive steering at low

In 2008 an all-new CBR1000RR still-greater Super Sport More compact, more and more sophisticated than its the new machine used the same on mass centralisation that had the previous model to further handling inertia. The result was a bike that didn’t out to 600cc rivals on twisting or tight, technical race

This generation of CBR1000RR debuted important new technology. The slipper clutch enabled downshifts, increasing stability and enjoyment, while Honda’s “Combined ABS” system, on the CBR1000RR in 2009, was the first braking system developed for the unique deceleration of Super motorcycles.

Now, 20 years the launch of the first CBR900RR Honda has evolved the large-capacity Sport concept once to create a new CBR1000RR that the Fireblade’s proud history.

of a legend

Honda CBR 1000 F

1992-1995, CBR900RR (893cc)

Initially developed as machine, the first CBR900RR on to combine 893cc power an ultra-light chassis and aggressive to create a revolution, one that establish the Fireblade legend overnight.

1996-1999 CBR900RR (919cc)

A significant evolution of the machine, the more powerful (1mm larger bore) worked with a more chassis to deliver even performance.

2000-2001 CBR900RR (929cc)

The first Fireblade to use fuel injection technology, the Fireblade also boasted a new chassis. This mounted the to the rear of the engine cases to a lighter and more compact package.

2002-2003 CBR900RR (954cc)

Lighter and more than the 929cc machine, the Fireblade also featured a rigid chassis and swingarm, footpegs in order to reach lean angles and more bodywork. The result was astonishing on both road and track.

CBR1000RR Fireblade (998cc)

by Honda’s 990cc RC212V machine, the CBR1000RR debuted a of new technologies to move the Fireblade Key features included a powerful engine, the first generation electronic steering damper and a Pro-Link rear suspension

2006-2007 CBR1000RR Fireblade

Lighter, more powerful and handling than the previous thanks to improvements such as swingarm, revised suspension and a new exhaust system, this CBR1000RR perfectly illustrates the relentless pursuit of perfection.

2008-2011 CBR1000RR (999cc)

new styling package wrapped a lighter …-cast frame and powerful short-… engine. mass centralisation to the next the 999cc CBR1000RR used an silencer in place of the previous configuration and an assisted slipper to improve stability under and during corner entry.

CBR1000RR (999cc)

The 2012 further builds on the heritage of 20 of “total control”.


The CBR1000RR Fireblade can be personalised a range of Honda Genuine

A painted hugger protects the shock absorber from splashes and also adds a sporty look to the CBR1000RR. The unit is available in bodywork to create a seamless sporting

Carbon-fibre accessories

A range of accessories will give CBR1000RR the ultimate sports and underline the machine’s rich heritage.

The carbon-fibre hugger is on that used on the Repsol RC212V in MotoGP and features a Racing logo. An optimised of carbon layers ensures the balance of weight, handling and

Similarly, at the front end, a mudguard also reflects the racing pedigree with a Racing logo, while its edges and clear coating class.

A set of quality carbon-fibre covers protects that powerplant with an advanced cover on the left and, on the also protecting the clutch a guard featuring the Honda logo.

To add a more focused look to the CBR1000RR, a rear cowl gives a sharp and finish. It replaces the standard seat pad, yet still the same easy access to the storage area. Available in 3 colour versions and featuring the Honda Racing logo, it the classic performance image.


A black-tinted high – 27mm higher than the standard – gives the CBR1000RR an performance edge, while fully with European regulations. It also integrates with the machine and, with its side stays, not compromise visibility, drivability or

To underline the CBR1000RR’s racing a Honda Racing logo is on the high screen.

Other accessories

— Averto

— A series of tank pad and filler cover sets

A comfort seat E-cushion

A rear maintenance stand

2 indoor cycle covers and an cover

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