Honda CB1000: review, history, specs

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Honda CB1000
Manufacturer Honda
Production 94-95
Engine 1000cc
Sparkplug DPR9EA-9 '94-95
Battery YTX12-BS '94-95
Front Tire 120/70-17 '94-95
Rear Tire 170/60-18 '94-95
Manuals Service Manual
Tech Specs · Brochures · Reviews · Ads · Videos

The Honda CB1000 is a motorcycle produced by Honda from 1994 to 1995.

The Honda CB1000 is a 998 cc (60.9 cu in) standard motorcycle made by Honda from 1992 to 1997.

1994

1994 Honda CB1000
1994 Honda CB1000 in Black
1994 Honda CB1000 in Black
1994 Honda CB1000 in Black
1994 Honda CB1000 in Black
1994 Honda CB1000 in Black
1994 Honda CB1000 in Black
1994 Honda CB1000 in Black
1994 Honda CB1000 in Black
1994 Honda CB1000 in Black
1994 Honda CB1000 in Black
1994 Honda CB1000 in Black
1994 Honda CB1000 in Black
1994 Honda CB1000 in Black
1994 Honda CB1000 in Black


The CB1000'94 was sold in 1994 in one color: Gloss Black. The engine was a 998cc liquid-cooled DOHC. The serial number began JH2SC300*RM000001.

1995

1995 Honda CB1000


The CB1000'95 was sold in 1995 in one color: Pure Red Pearl. The serial number began JH2SC300*SM000001.

Honda CB1000
Manufacturer Honda
Also called CB1000 Custom, CB 1000 Custom, CB1000C, CB1000 Big 1, CB 1000 Big 1, CB1000F, CB 1000 F, CB 1000, CBF1000F ABS, CBF 1000 F ABS, CB 1000 R, CB1000R C-ABS, CBF1000 ABS, CBR1000RR SP Repsol Edition, CBF1000F GT, CBF1000F, CBR1000RR ABS, CB1000R, CBR1000RR SP2, CBR1000RR SP, CB1000R ABS, CBR1000RR, CBF1000, CBR1000F, CBR 1000 RR, CBR 1000 F, CBF 1000, CB 1000 Super Four, CB1000 Super Four
Production 1983 - 2019
Class Naked
Engine in-line four, four-stroke
Bore / Stroke 76.0mm x 55.0mm
Compression ratio 11.6:1
Top speed 162 mph (260 km/h)
Horse Power 174.6 HP (130.2 KW) @ 12500RPM
Torque 84.09 ft/lbs (114.0 Nm) @ 10500RPM
Fuel system injection. programmed dual stage fuel injection (pgm-dsfi) with 46mm throttle bodies, denso 12-hole injectors
Ignition type computer-controlled digital transistorized with 3-d mapping
Battery 13.0:1
Transmission Gear box: 6-speed

Final Drive: chain

Clutch: assisted slipper clutch
Suspension Front: 43mm inverted big piston fork with spring preload, rebound and compression damping adjustability
Rear: unit pro-link® ohlins shock with spring-preload, rebound and compression-damping adjustability
Brakes Front: double disc. floating discs. four-piston calipers. radially mounted.
Rear: single disc. single-piston caliper.
Front Tire 120/70-zr17
Rear Tire 190/50-zr17
Wheelbase 55.51 inches (1410 mm)
Dimensions L 81.69 inches (2075 mm)
W 28.35 inches (720 mm)
H 44.69 inches (1135 mm)
Seat height 32.28 inches (820 mm)
Weight 705.48 pounds (320.0 Kg) (dry), 200.0 kg (wet)
Fuel capacity 4.7 Gallon (17.79 Liters)
Oil capacity 0.95 Gallon (3.60 Liters)
Fuel consumption 5.74 litres/100 km (17.4 km/l or 40.98 mpg)
Manuals Service Manual
Tech Specs · Brochures · Reviews · Ads · Videos

The Honda CBR1000RR was a in-line four, four-stroke Naked motorcycle produced by Honda between 1983 and 2019. It could reach a top speed of 162 mph (260 km/h). Max torque was 84.09 ft/lbs (114.0 Nm) @ 10500 RPM. Claimed horsepower was 174.6 HP (130.2 KW) @ 12500 RPM.

Engine

The engine was a liquid cooled in-line four, four-stroke. A 76.0mm bore x 55.0mm stroke result in a displacement of just 998.0 cubic centimeters. Fuel was supplied via a double overhead cams/twin cam (dohc).

Drive

The bike has a 6-speed transmission. Power was moderated via the assisted slipper clutch.

Chassis

It came with a 120/70-zr17 front tire and a 190/50-zr17 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via double disc. floating discs. four-piston calipers. radially mounted. in the front and a single disc. single-piston caliper. in the rear. The front suspension was a 43mm inverted big piston fork with spring preload, rebound and compression damping adjustability while the rear was equipped with a unit pro-link® ohlins shock with spring-preload, rebound and compression-damping adjustability. The CBR1000RR was fitted with a 4.7 Gallon (17.79 Liters) fuel tank. The bike weighed just 705.48 pounds (320.0 Kg). The wheelbase was 55.51 inches (1410 mm) long.

1992 Honda CB 1000

The 1992 MY Honda CB 1000 has, at its heart, a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 998cc, transverse four cylinder powerplant that was paired to a five-speed manual transmission with a chain final drive, and can reach a maximum power output of 98 horsepower and 84 Nm of torque.

In addition, it comes with die-cast aluminium wheels, a round headlight with a chromed ring, an analogue and digital instrumentation panel, a dual seat, a 4-into-2, dual-sided exhaust system, dual front disc brakes coupled to a single disc in the rear, and a telescopic front fork coupled to a rear monoshock.


1993 Honda CB 1000

The 1993 MY Honda CB 1000 has standard features such as die-cast aluminium wheels, a round headlight with a chromed ring, an analogue and digital instrumentation panel, a dual seat, a 4-into-2, dual-sided exhaust system, dual front disc brakes coupled to a single disc in the rear, and a telescopic front fork coupled to a rear monoshock.

In the engine department it is powered by a four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 998cc, transverse four cylinder powerhouse, paired to a five-speed manual transmission with a chain final drive, that can produce a claimed 98 horsepower and 84 Nm of torque.


1994 Honda CB 1000

The 1993 MY Honda CB 1000 boasts a maximum power output of 98 horsepower and 84 Nm of torque from its four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 998cc, transverse four cylinder engine that was mated to a five-speed manual transmission with a chain final drive.

Standard fittings for this machine include die-cast aluminium wheels, a round headlight with a chromed ring, an analogue and digital instrumentation panel, a dual seat, a 4-into-2, dual-sided exhaust system, dual front disc brakes coupled to a single disc in the rear, and a telescopic front fork coupled to a rear monoshock.


1995 Honda CB 1000

The 1995 MY Honda CB 1000 has been fitted by the Japanese engineers with die-cast aluminium wheels, a round headlight with a chromed ring, an analogue and digital instrumentation panel, a dual seat, a 4-into-2, dual-sided exhaust system, dual front disc brakes coupled to a single disc in the rear, and a telescopic front fork coupled to a rear monoshock.

Also, it can produce a claimed 98 horsepower and 84 Nm of torque from its liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 998cc, transverse four cylinder powerhouse that was paired to a five-speed manual transmission with a chain final drive.


1996 Honda CB 1000

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If you're on the market for a powerful, liter-class machine, that also offers a more comfortable riding position and a cleaner overall look, then the 1996 MY Honda CB 1000 may be the right choice for you. It has, at its heart, a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 998cc, transverse four cylinder powerplant that was paired to a five-speed manual transmission with a chain final drive, and reach a maximum power output of 98 horsepower and 84 Nm of torque.

In addition it comes with die-cast aluminium wheels, a round headlight with a chromed ring, an analogue and digital instrumentation panel, a dual seat, a 4-into-2, dual-sided exhaust system, dual front disc brakes coupled to a single disc in the rear, and a telescopic front fork coupled to a rear monoshock.





2008 Honda CBR1000RR

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A streetable version of Honda's high-performance track machinery, the 2007 CBR1000RR is a liter-class sport bike which brings a heap of new parts, from a new engine to the upgraded slipper clutch, better brakes, a new exhaust, new frame and swingarm, lights and bodywork.

All in all, an almost brand new superbike sworn to allow skilled riders to push their limits further on the track and also provide extreme sensations on the open highway. If race bikes with a tad more tamed nature are your thing, then the 2007 CBR1000RR is definitely one choice worth looking into.



2008 Honda CB 1000 R

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Honda's CB 1000 R was first released in 2008, the Japanese company borrowing several features from the CBR1000RR.




2010 Honda CBR1000RR

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For 2009, Honda brings some upgrades to their acclaimed CBR1000RR sport bike, with the most noticeable being the increased diameter of the flywheel, now offering more inertia and increased engine performance. Aesthetic updates have also been made, in the shape of a redesigned license plate stay, which is now easier to remove for track days. A new muffler cover was also added for a sportier look.

If a high-performance liter-class bike is what you're after, then the 2009 CBR1000R is one of the best money can buy: light, frightfully powerful, boasting exceptional handling, this machine is a pro's treat, with all the might of a racing bike in a streetable package.



2011 Honda CBR1000RR

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Ready for both city rides, but obviously more at home on the track, the 2010 Honda CBR1000RR is the sum of all the racing goodies the Japanese manufacturer has in store. Packing mind-boggling performance specs proven at the races and then tuned to a streetable level, the 2010 CBR1000RR is one of the most loved liter-class superbikes of the planet.

Combined ABS, an electronic steering damper and race-derived twin-spar aluminium chassis are only few of the tech features which make the CBR1000RR stand in the pack-leading position. Add in the HMAS suspensions, centrally-placed tank and a heap of other high-tech details and prepare for a mind-blowing experience!


2012 Honda CBR1000RR

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Building on the revered heritage of the 900RR, the 2011 Honda CBR1000RR brings performance and maneuverability to the next level. Th bike now rolls on new wheels, with Balance-Free Rear Shock and a Big Piston Fork, while the bodywork and instrumentation has also been upgraded.

A plethora of color-matching accessories is available for the 2011 CBR1000RR, such as rear seat cowl, multiple carbon parts and a track-specced racing kit. Combined ABS is standard, so braking in full confidence is now a part of everyday riding.


2013 Honda CBR1000RR

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The Honda CBR1000RR needs no introduction, as it is one of the most popular superbikes of the planet. This year's iteration brings even more advanced technology to the street version of this track-developed machine, with the Big Piston Fork and Unit Pro-Link rear suspension, both meant to add more sharpness to the steering feel, on the street and on the race track, as well.

Alongside the engine and chassis revisions, the bodywork has also been finely tuned for better high-speed stability.


2014 Honda CBR1000RR SP

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Introduced as a 2014 model, the CBR1000RR SP is as close as you can get to a production racer. Based on the fearsome superbike, the SP brings a lot of pro-grade components to the road game, in the shape of adjustable Öhlins suspension, race-class Brembo brakes, and hand-picked engine parts for durable and dependable performance.

The bike comes with no electronic aids, with the race-specific ABS as an option. The bike also retains all the revisions the 2013 CBR1000R got from the previous model year, so you're looking at an updated machine with plenty to offer to the experienced rider.


2014 Honda CBR1000RR

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From the race track comes... the street version of Honda's acclaimed superbike: the 2013 iteration of the liter-class CBR1000RR, a machine loaded with a heap of race-bred technology and offered in a more manageable package. Experienced riders will enjoy the HESD steering damper, the upgraded Big Piston Fork front suspension, the revised cylinder heads, exhaust and intake.

2013 also brings a better riding position, which helps the rider connect better with the bike, especially during track use. Full-racing instrumentation is integrated in the dash, while the mass has been centralized even more, for better control. A treat for the thrill-seekers, the 2013 CBR1000RR is Honda's flagship superbike.


2017 Honda CBR1000RR

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Honda CBR1000RR is the star of this year's EICMA motorcycle expo in Milan. The CBR1000RR has a peak power is 189 HP (141 kW) @ 13,000rpm, with peak torque of 114 Nm (84 ft/lb) @ 11,000rpm. Bore and stroke remain 76 x 55mm but compression ratio is up from 12.3:1 to 13:1. This is an engine in a very high state of tune and the crankshaft, valve train and transmission all use higher specification materials than the previous design.


2017 Honda CBR1000RR SP

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The CBR1000RR is the first inline four-cylinder engine from Honda to use Throttle by Wire control. Derived and developed from the system used by the RC213V-S, its job is to put precise throttle control – and a very natural feel – in the rider’s right hand.


2018 Honda CB1000R

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Honda’s much-loved sports-naked CB1000R is re-born with striking, modern cafe racer-inspired minimalist styling. Its four-cylinder engine gains 15 kW more peak power and mid-range torque, and is controlled by throttle by wire. Riding modes now offer bespoke combinations of Power, engine brake and Honda selectable torque control. The engine sits in a new frame, paired with high specification Showa suspension and radial-mount front brakes.


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