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Honda CBR 1000 RR


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The first generation RR, the was introduced in 1992 with an (54.5cuin) inline-four engine set a for light weight in the super class. The CBR900RR was based on an research stage model within Honda as the CBR750RR. the objective of equaling the acceleration of flagship sport bikes, increased the … of its inline 750cc engine and raised to 893cc.

Complementing this excellent performance were the bike’s dry of 185 kg, wheelbase of 1,405 mm and body identical to that of the advanced stage model. At 453lb with a full fuel the CBR900RR was just 4lb (2kg) than Honda’s own CBR600F2. and (34kg) lighter than the open-class machine at the time, the FZR1000 .

CBR900RR (918) [ ]

1999 German type II

In 1998, Honda continued refinements in the fourth generation chassis. It saw frame stiffness to the original model’s, revised internals, and 5mm (0.2in) less clamp offset (an almost aftermarket upgrade to previous New brake calipers acted on front discs, the fairing was and raised footpegs subtly ergonomics again.

Eighty percent of the engine’s were all-new to reduce and minimize friction; other included redesigned combustion and porting, aluminum composite new pistons, a smaller and lighter pack, revised gearbox larger radiator, and a new stainless exhaust header.

Honda CBR 1000 RR

CBR900RR (929) [ edit ]

The generation of RR, known as the CBR929RR in America, was introduced in 2000 and had a new 929cc (56.7cuin) engine fuel injection, more cylinder dimensions, larger set at a narrower included angle, internals, and an all-titanium, HTEV-equipped system. The pivotless chassis had the mounted to the engine cases but a brace underneath the engine. suspension and brakes included an front fork and 330mm front discs; and the 16 inch wheel was replaced with a common 17 inch wheel.

CBR900RR (954) [ edit ]

The generation of the RR was introduced in 2002 as the CBR954RR in North America and cylinder bore was increased 74mm to 75mm, increasing to 954cc (58.2cuin). Larger injectors and radiator, re-mapped fuel injection, and a more ECU were also added. The and fairings were reworked for a more aerodynamic feel.

The frame was strengthened and a more swingarm added and the footpegs raised to allow for greater angles. Dry weight was reduced to (370lb).

The CBR900RR was replaced by an all new in 2004.

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Honda CBR 1000 RR
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