HONDA CBR 1100 XX Super Blackbird 1997 — 1998

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Honda CBR 1100 XX

HONDA CBR 1100 XX Super Blackbird 1997 — 1998

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HONDA CBR 1100 XX Super Blackbird 1137 (1997 — 1998)

History

The Honda CBR 1100 XX is a motorcycle of the Japanese car manufacturer Honda. The fully enclosed sports tourer was the second motorcycle with a top speed of almost 300 km / h, for two years the fastest production motorcycle in the world. The bike was also marketed under the name Super Blackbird and had the Honda factory code SC35.


The liquid-cooled four-cylinder engine produced from 1137

The Honda CBR 1100 XX is a motorcycle of the Japanese car manufacturer Honda. The fully enclosed sports tourer was the second motorcycle with a top speed of almost 300 km / h, for two years the fastest production motorcycle in the world. The bike was also marketed under the name Super Blackbird and had the Honda factory code SC35.

The liquid-cooled four-cylinder engine produced from 1137 cc engine rated at 112 kW (152 hp) and maximum torque of 119 Nm at a speed of 7250 min-1. The cylinder head of the transversely installed in-line engine has two overhead camshafts per cylinder which control two intake and two exhaust valves. The engine is based on the design of the Honda Fireblade (SC33), but has enlarged from 71 mm to 79 mm bore.

The piston having a stroke of 58 mm.

The bike accelerates from standstill in 2.8 seconds to 100 km / h in 8.5 seconds to 200 km / h The top speed is in the range of 290 km / h

The primary is driven by gears. The separation force is provided by a hydraulically actuated multi-plate wet clutch, the torque converter through a six speed gearbox. The secondary drive is via an O-ring chain.

The mixture formation of the four-stroke engine controls since 1999 as a Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) designated computer controlled fuel injection. Ignition is a transistor controlled by each cylinder spark plug.

The average fuel consumption is 5.9 liters per 100 km at a speed of 130 km / h The fuel tank has a volume of 23 liters, including 4 liter reserve. The manufacturer recommends the use of motor gasoline with an octane number of at least 95 octane.

The exhaust aftertreatment takes place from the year 1999 through a three-way catalytic converter and secondary air system below the emission limit values ​​of the emission standard Euro-2.

The chassis is based on a bridge frame of aluminum and has a rear swing arm made of aluminum called ProLink. The central spring strut with lever system has an adjustable preload and rebound damping. The front wheel is out of a telescopic fork with 43 mm diameter and 120 mm travel.

On the front tire delayed a double disc brake with 310 mm diameter and a rear disc brake with 256 mm. Both brakes have calipers from Nissin with three opposing pistons. A dual-CBS-called combined braking system supports the injection of both brakes.

An anti-lock braking system was not offered for the bike.

At its launch in 1997, the CBR 1100 XX was with a rated output of 118 kW (164 hp) at an engine speed of 10,000 min-1, the most powerful production motorcycle in the world. In Germany, however, the bike was only offered in a standard throttled to 98 HP, due to a manufacturer’s self-restraint. An unregulated catalyst was optional.

The four 42 mm Keihin CV carburetors were replaced in 1999 by an injection, making the choke (choke) was omitted. The injection system allowed the use of a 3-way catalytic converter, which reduced the power to 112 kW (150 hp). However, an additional ram-air system increased the power at high speeds to 164 hp. The brake force distribution between front and rear brake was changed in the same course and the tank volume increased from 22 to 24 liters.

The number of friction plates in the clutch was reduced from 9 to 7 and changed the fork, the rear light and the ignition switch.

The cockpit was revised in 2001 and changed the analog speedometer with a digital display. The engine mapping has been optimized for a smoother throttle response at low speeds 2002. In 2005, the tank volume was reduced from 24 to 23 liters.

In March 2007, the last CBR 1100 XX ran in Japan from the tape. A direct successor of comparable vehicle characteristics were not from Honda. The CBR 1100 XX after the supersonic spy plane Lockheed SR-71 Super Blackbird (German: Super Blackbird) named.

The double X is a handy and perfect for everyday use athletes. In 1996 she entered the stage as flinkstes production bike in the world, but soon found its real role as an arrow in faster, more comfortable express-tourer.

Honda CBR 1100 XX

— Tourenfahrer.de 1

The World’s Greatest Super Sport , as applied once the Honda CBR 1100 XX. Super Sporty was the Super Blackbird though never but a super fine power-tourer, which it is still today.

-: Motorcycle, issue 22/2008 2

Technology: CBS

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Athletes: Fireblade | CBR 600

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Enduros: VFR 1200X Cross Tourer | VFR 800X Crossrunner

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