Hunts Motorcycles, Manchester : Honda CBR1000RR FireBlade

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Honda CBR1000RR concept

Fireblade revised for 2014.

Fireblade CR1000RR — IN NOW

Still the 1-litre sports class leader, the CBR1000RR keeps the same frame and introduced last season, but cylinder head modifications give an extra 3bhp power. Sharing the same figures as the limited availability version, the fuel injection has been remapped and the exhaust revised for increased torque. See it in the now!

2014 CBR1000RR Overview :

The original 1992 CBR900RR Fireblade created a in open class Super motorcycle design. Its combination of litre-bike power and light, chassis created a breathtaking yet useable riding experience on road or closed circuit.

2004 to date the CBR1000RR’s is one of constant evolution and development. ‘Total Control’ concept a philosophy running continuously every single model has in a motorcycle in total balance, exceptional performance and handling a satisfying ability to extract the best from every

For over 20 years it has scored sales success in class, once dropping out of the top 3 across over 200,000 have sold in total. Victories in the Super Bike (WSB) and all-conquering success at the Isle of Man TT, average lap speeds of 130mph over 37.73 miles of roads racing, is testament to the innate capacity.

And it’s against the harsh and constantly reality of real roads the CBR1000RR shines brightest. taken from Michael Superbike-spec CBR1000RR at the 2013 TT the point. 27% of a lap was spent with the 97.5 % open or more.

The actual speed was recorded on straight at 192.6mph, and the highest rpm in 6th on the side of the tyre was 14,000rpm on the Mile. And while he won both TT and Superstock TT races, at times he lapped quicker on his Superstock-spec (built here at Hunts ).

For 2014 it is once again for the CBR1000RR with an additional, new For the first time there be two versions available: an updated Fireblade and the track-focused CBR1000RR SP.

Model Overview

The CBR1000RR’s ¬ …-cast twin-spar frame, 43mm inverted Big Piston Fork and rear are unchanged for 2014. Its 999cc engine however has received work on the cylinder head, inlet and exhaust gas flow and efficiency. The result is an extra 2kW power and improved mid-range

In response to customer feedback, the position has also been with revised handlebar and position.

The 2014 CBR1000RR be available in three colour

Ross White (Tricolour)


Pearl Glare

At this stage of the CBR1000RR’s 16-valve inline four-cylinder development, Honda’s engineers on the cylinder head the inlet and ports have been and polished with the combustion ‘gas-flowed’ to improve efficiency.

(flow-testing through an air-flow effectively improves both the and quantity of airflow at high rpm air resistance becomes much increased combustion efficiency and power is the result. The valve have also been to match the cylinder head and the intake funnels are now ‘slash a design used in WSB.

and … is set at 76mm x 55.1mm compression ratio of 12.3:1. A carbide (Ni-SiC) surface on the cylinder walls reduces and ensures reliability.

The engine now more power and revs harder for longer. Peak of 133kW up 2kW arrives at 12,250rpm; is improved in the 4-6,000rpm area with 114Nm delivered at

As ever, the all-round usability of a potent engine especially control at partial openings has a principal factor for Honda’s Key is the Programmed Dual Sequential Injection system (PGM-DSFI).

Remapped to match the revised head and uprated power and output, PGM-DSFI delivers fuelling and an accessible power especially at low speeds and low rpm, response is particularly refined, and progressive.

At throttle openings of up to the PGM-DSFI delivers relatively and consistent changes in power and output perfect for extracting drive at full lean. As openings become larger, the in output are progressively greater and the result is an engine that with great accuracy to throttle input, giving feel from the rear and highly usable, linear

The MotoGP-derived slipper clutch full power transmission with ultra-smooth gear and light feel at the lever. In the hard braking, back-shifting phase it decreases the torque from engine to the rear reducing the chance of traction and increasing stability.

At 35mm 38mm) the exhaust pipe are smaller, increasing torque and a new for vertical connecting pipe pressure between cylinders two and The integral high-absorption catalyser has a volume: together with the sensor, fuelling is constantly for the most efficient combustion

The CBR1000RR’s …-cast aluminium frame balances the strength, and lightness required for Super handling and a favourable power-to-weight Tightly wrapped around the components, it also contributes to centralisation, a guiding principle of racing and road-going design Rake is set at 23 30’ with of 96mm and wheelbase of 1,410mm. weight is 200kg with weight distribution of 52.6%/47.4%

The gull-wing swingarm is deliberately It operates through MotoGP-derived Pro-Link rear suspension to outstanding traction and rider

For 2014, in response to customer the riding position has been more aggressive. The footpegs are set further back, and the handlebars wider, and brought 1 lower and 5 compared to the previous model.

A Showa 43mm inverted fork employs Big Piston Fork (BPFF) technology. unique construction with damping volume effectively hydraulic pressure generated compression and extension.

This in finer control during the … and smoother damping, tyre contact with Improved overall handling, feel for front tyre and enhanced stability during braking follow. Spring and rebound and compression damping are adjustable.

The rear suspension a fully adjustable Showa Free Rear Cushion. of a conventional single-tube layout, the uses a double-tube design: the case and an internal cylinder. The piston has no valves instead the force is generated as displaced oil through a separate damping

This allows pressure within the shock to be controlled smoothly than normal. And there are no small amounts of oil used at high pressures, response and reaction are improved, and force can function smoothly load input. Moreover, weight is generated consistently switching from tension to due to even pressure changes.

The Balance Free Rear delivers more consistent plus improved shock and greater traction as more contact is maintained between tyre and tarmac. To allow and fast adjustment of compression and damping, the adjusters are placed on top of the body, offset to the left.

For steering the second-generation Honda Steering Damper (HESD) speed and tailors damping accordingly. It enhances stability at speed by minimising the effect of steering angle changes, also leaving the steering and light at low speed.

Working in hand with the sophisticated suspension, rigid 12-spoke aluminium wheels offer handling and rider feel; the 17in x 3.50in wears a tyre, the rear 17in x 6in a

Machined from a single of aluminium to save weight and rigidity the four-piston front calipers are radially mounted and 320mm floating discs. The single-piston caliper and 220mm add subtle levels of control.

A new car-style ‘wave’ design key offers improved security and reduces the chance of breakage. new is the fuel tank cap it uses an breather design for better

The CBR1000RR uses multi-function LCD with a cockpit display by the digital bar-type linear that scrolls left to as engine speed increases. this are the main numerical gear position, coolant speedometer, clock/lap time, efficiency/fuel consumption and odometer/numerical At the bottom of the display are lights for high beam, neutral and

Clear and easy to read in all conditions, the tachometer has four modes: Conventional, which black LCD segments to show rpm; Reverse, which black LCD segments to show rpm. Peak Hold rpm in the conventional way and also leaves a tale segment showing the rpm achieved while Single uses a single block to current engine speed. In the odometer may be switched to display rpm numerically.

The lap timer features modes. The display can also fuel consumption, average efficiency, distance travelled and elapsed time. To assist after a session, lap time mode shows the fastest lap and the lap on which it was set.

To ensure shifting at the optimum engine the 5-level shift indicator uses highly visible LEDs, adjustable for brightness. illuminate sequentially as engine rpm finally blinking at a chosen rpm (default is 13,000rpm but this can be set 4,000rpm and 13,000rpm). The interval sequential illumination can also be set at 0, 200 or

Electronic Combined ABS

Honda’s electronically-controlled Combined Anti-lock System (electronic Combined is an option on the CBR1000RR. The system has used in every race 2010 in the IDM German national by the Holzhauer Racing team, rider Karl Muggeridge won the in 2011. It has also been by the Honda TT Legends team in the World Championship series 2011.

Electronic Combined ABS has a level of precision and adjustability, due to the that it is a ‘brake-by-wire’ system. A ECU converts hydraulic pressure the front and rear brake an electronic signal passed to units which in turn hydraulic pressure at the calipers.

The electronic control has numerous Firstly, it eliminates the “pulsating” on the brake lever associated conventional motorcycle ABS technology. It allows the system to be activated as soon as tyre slip is minimising loss of grip and the possibility of locking a wheel. It means there is absolutely control of the speed at which the callipers are activated.

The result is stable and neutral bike giving the rider maximum and confidence, even under braking.

The combined element of the varies the distribution characteristics of force as the front or rear are applied and released. The system is set up so when the rear brake is gently, the front brake is not This allows the rider to use the rear brake for small to speed, useful in Super riding such as when the bike for corner entry.

The can be personalised with a range of Genuine Accessories. And like all Genuine Accessories those for the fit perfectly because they been developed alongside the They are all subject to Honda’s testing procedures to make they adhere to our exacting standards, which is why they’re with a two-year Honda

A painted hugger protects the shock absorber from splashes and also adds a sporty look. The single-piece is available in bodywork colours to a seamless sporting entity.


A range of carbon-fibre give the CBR1000RR the ultimate finish and underline the machine’s racing heritage. The carbon-fibre is based on that used on the Honda RC213V in MotoGP and a Honda Racing logo. An number of carbon layers the perfect balance of weight, and durability.

Similarly, at the front a carbon-fibre mudguard also the CBR1000RR’s racing pedigree a Honda Racing logo, its soft edges and clear exude class.

A set of quality crankcase covers protect the with an advanced composite on the left and, on the right, protecting the clutch cover, a featuring the Honda Racing

Seat cowl

To add a more sporting look to the CBR1000RR, a seat cowl gives a and aggressive finish. It replaces the pillion seat pad, yet offers the same easy to the underseat storage area. in 3 different colour versions and the famous Honda Racing it offers a classic performance

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