HONDA CBR 600 RR 2003 – 2004

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HONDA CBR 600 RR 2003 – 2004

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HONDA CBR 600 RR 599 (2003 – 2004)

History

The Honda CBR600RR is a sport tourer (F models) or super athlete (RR models) of the Japanese car manufacturer Honda, which is manufactured in the eighth generation since 1986.

The 1986 Honda CBR600F presented the market (internal designation: PC19) was the first fully enclosed motorcycle with 600 cm3. Although the plastic covering made for a favorable wind resistance, brought the motorcycle

The Honda CBR600RR is a sport tourer (F models) or super athlete (RR models) of the Japanese car manufacturer Honda, which is manufactured in the eighth generation since 1986.

The 1986 Honda CBR600F presented the market (internal designation: PC19) was the first fully enclosed motorcycle with 600 cm3. Although the plastic covering made for a favorable wind resistance, brought the motorcycle but also quickly earned the nickname yoghurt pot one.

The engine has two overhead camshafts, 16 valves, a water cooling system and produces an output of 85 hp. The maximum speed of 12,000 rpm and a top speed around 230 km/h.1

The chassis had a rear monoshock with Umlenkhebelei and a front fork. This structure provided good stability and easy handling. A dual disc front brakes in combination with a single rear disc brake made for adequate delay.

From model year 1989, replaced the PC23 PC19. Aside from another decal set they came with a slightly revised engine, which now delivers nominally 93 hp. She was registered with a top speed of 233 km / h

In 1991, the now run under the internal designation CBR600F PC25 got a major overhaul. A newly designed engine with a valve train the side of the cylinder block, straighter channels in the cylinder head, larger valves and flat slide carburetor with a larger diameter in a compact design replaced the predecessor unit. The overall design allowed for a significant reduction of internal friction and the weight of the moving parts, resulting in a power increase to 100 hp was achieved.

The vehicle was a total stiff, since the engine took on a supporting role.

Then in 1995 followed by other major changes, which were reflected in the new internal model designation PC31. The crankcase was unchanged, the compression ratio has been increased as well as the carburetor diameter. The gearbox has been revised, enlarged and modified the cooler all moving parts to further reduce the weight and friction.

The most important innovation was the equipment of the CBR with a direct air intake system by which the maximum speed increased from 13,000 rpm to 13.500/min. Their actuarially limited maximum power of 98 hp delivered the CBR, however, continue at 12,000 rpm. The actual maximum output without the built in Germany and other EU countries series throttling 102 hp.

In addition to a revised front fork, she received a wider rear rim (5 inches) and a larger wing. The former floating caliper brake, which tended to overheat during tough use, was replaced by a fixed-caliper brake with floating brake disc and enlarged. The weight did not increase through these chassis changes. The years 1995/1996 (hereinafter referred to CBR circles also unofficially PC31a) and 1997/1998 (PC31b) can be assigned based on the color of each vintage.

The 95/96er-Modell has a rear (passenger grab handle, tail boom and tail light) according to the PC25. The rear of the 97/98er is longer and appeared to be sporting.

In the late 1990s, the pressure grew on the CBR600F by the competitor models from Yamaha, Kawasaki and Suzuki. The brand new 1999’s model with the model name PC35 included a completely revised engine and delivered 106 hp at 12,500 rpm. Was also revised the chassis: Both the frame and the attached directly to the crankcase for added stiffness were made of aluminum swingarm first.

The new secondary air system further improved the exhaust.

In 2000, the PC35 underwent a further revision, an electronic fuel injection system replaced the carburettor technology in the mixture preparation and from a closed-loop 3-way catalytic converter was installed to further improve the exhaust emissions. The other changes (double headlights, digital instrument cluster) were rather cosmetic.

The offshoot CBR600F Sport should appeal with single seat, an additional clutch plate and shorter secondary ratio is especially ambitious amateur racing driver and compete with a few modifications on racing in the amateur field. The PC35 was still produced until the next model year 2006 parallel to the PC37. However, the sports version was available only in the years 2001/2002.

The 2003 CBR600RR set (internal designation PC37) replaces the CBR600F Sport. Like its big brother, the Honda Fireblade, it is a street-legal replica of the V5-cylinder RC211V race machine, with the Honda won the 2003 MotoGP World Championship title. Initially, PC35 and PC37 were produced in parallel, the PC37 differs inter alia by a higher power, more adjustment of the chassis and two individual seats instead of a continuous seat.

The first revised version of the small CBR came in 2005 to the market and had 117 instead of 114 hp, upside-down fork, lighter weight, and minimal cosmetic changes to the fairing. The PC37 has a usable speed range up to 15,000 rpm, acceleration from 0-100 km / h in 3.4 seconds and a maximum speed of 265 km / hr.

Honda CBR 250 RR
Honda CBR 250 RR

For model year 2007 appeared a more modern, lighter and more powerful (120 hp) CBR600RR. Instead of a full fairing, like its predecessors, is now found more body parts before conducting air. So the weight is reduced while the drag is similarly low.

From the big sister, the SC57, this model inherits the electronic steering damper (English Honda Electronic Steering Damper (HESD)). Since the facelift 2009 Honda offers an optional anti-lock braking system (ABS) for the PC40 to continue a unique position among the 600 supersport. Since the 2011 model year (PC41), the ABS is part of the standard equipment.

Technology: CBS

Naked bikes / rounder: CB 1300 | CB 1100 | CBF 1000F | CBF 1000 | CB 1000R | Hornet 600 | 600 CBF

Athletes: Fireblade | CBR 600


Tourer and Sport Tourer: Gold Wing | VFR 1200 F | Pan European | VFR | Deauville

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

Cruiser: VT 1300 CX | 750 Shadow | Shadow Spirit | Valkyrie Rune

Trial Cross: Montesa Cota CRF 450 R | CRF 250 R | CRF 100 F | CRF 70 F | CRF 50 F

Light motorcycles: CBF125 | CBR 125 R | CBR 250 R | 125 Varadero | Innova

Scooter: Silverwing 600 | SW-T400 | S-Wing | 300 SH | SH 125 | PCX | PS 125 | Lead 100 | Vision 110 | Zoomer 50

Racing motorcycles: RC213V

Honda CBR 250 RR
Honda CBR 250 RR

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