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Honda CBR1000RR Casey Stoner Repsol Replica


It could reach a top speed of 287.1 km/h / 178.3 mph.

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Honda CBR1000RR Casey Stoner Repsol Replica
Manufacturer
Production 2012
Class Sportbike
Engine
Four stroke, transverse four cylinder, DOHC, 4 valve per cylinder.
Compression ratio 12.3:1
Top Speed 287.1 km/h / 178.3 mph
Ignition Computer-controlled digital transistorised with electronic advance
Spark Plug NGK, IMR9C-9HES
Transmission 6 Speed
Frame Diamond; aluminum composite twin-spar
Suspension Front: 43mm inverted HMAS cartridge-type telescopic fork with stepless preload, compression and rebound adjustment,
Rear: Unit Pro-Link with gas-charged HMAS damper featuring 10-step preload and stepless compression and rebound damping adjustment,
Brakes Front: 2x 320mm discs 4 piston calipers, Combined ABS and sintered metal pads
Rear: Single 220mm disc, Combined ABS and sintered metal pads
Front Tire 120/70ZR-17
Rear Tire 190/50ZR-17
Wheelbase 1407 mm / 55.4 in
Seat Height 820 mm / 32.3 in
Weight 173 kg / 381.3 lbs (dry), 195 kg / 430 lbs (209 kg / 461.7 lbs C-ABS) (wet)
Recommended Oil Honda GN4 10W-40
Fuel Capacity 17.7 Liters / 4.7 gal
Manuals Service Manual

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EngineEdit

The engine was a Liquid cooling cooled Four stroke, transverse four cylinder, DOHC, 4 valve per cylinder.. The engine featured a 12.3:1 compression ratio.

DriveEdit

Power was moderated via the Wet, multiplate with diaphragm spring.

ChassisEdit

It came with a 120/70ZR-17 front tire and a 190/50ZR-17 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via 2x 320mm discs 4 piston calipers, Combined ABS and sintered metal pads in the front and a Single 220mm disc, Combined ABS and sintered metal pads in the rear. The front suspension was a 43mm inverted HMAS cartridge-type telescopic fork with stepless preload, compression and rebound adjustment, while the rear was equipped with a Unit Pro-Link with gas-charged HMAS damper featuring 10-step preload and stepless compression and rebound damping adjustment,. The CBR1000RR Casey Stoner Repsol Replica was fitted with a 17.7 Liters / 4.7 gal fuel tank. The bike weighed just 173 kg / 381.3 lbs. The wheelbase was 1407 mm / 55.4 in long.

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Honda CBR 1000RR Fireblade Casey Stoner Repsol Replica











To celebrate the exciting news that yet another Australian MotoGP champion is on board a Repsol Honda, Honda Australia has announced the release of a special edition Casey Stoner Repsol Fireblade.

With only a 170 limited production run by Honda Australia, the CBR1000RR 2011 Casey Stoner Repsol Fireblade will be the most popular ride of the season.

Each Casey Stoner special edition will come with a hard mounted wall plaque of authenticity (numbered 1 of 170), a Repsol Rear Cowl and Casey Stoner Decals mounted on the motorcycle.

Hailed as Honda’s most popular sportsbike of all time the CBR1000RR constantly out-performs competition and has built a well-deserved reputation for delivering the full-blooded joy of extreme performance.

The familiar Repsol colors complement the Fireblade’s race-ready profile and emphasise the aggressive details of its cowling, chassis and high-performance components. All this is further enhanced and personalised by the edition of Casey Stoner’s number 27, his signature and branding.

The super-light, liquid-cooled 4 stroke engine brings immense levels of power with perfect smoothness and refinement of delivery as well as crisp throttle response allowing the rider precisely the level of acceleration they require at any moment.

The remarkable chassis is equally responsible for the Fireblade’s continuing success and ever-growing reputation as the ultimate road-going sports bike.

Combining the stiffness required to harness the engine’s formidable power with the compliance needed to gain maximum traction, the frame is a masterpiece of efficient design.

Compact dimensions contribute to the all-important mass centralisation, while also giving the rider the maximum flexibility and movement over the machine to achieve the optimum weight distribution for any given riding conditions.



The motorcycle that has continually combined high horsepower with a lightweight and agile chassis, the Honda CBR1000RR, returns for 2011.

Not much has changed on the sportbike, except for some new color schemes. Besides looks, internally the CBR remains the same as last year's motorcycle.

Also like last year, the CBR 1000 RR is available with C-ABS, Honda's famed Combined ABS. This system is a true "brake-by-wire" design, which means that they are electronically controlled.

Unlike conventional ABS, where the feel at the lever is soft due to hydraulic pressure, the C-ABS offers a more responsive brake-lever feel.

New for 2011

  • The Repsol MotoGP Edition returns along with an exciting new Red/Black and all

Black color schemes. C-ABS model available in Red/Black only.

  • All colors have silver frames and silver swingarm.
  • Includes all standard equipment, required fluids and full tank of fuel-ready to

ride.

Honda Genuine Accessories

  • Color-Matched Passenger Seat Cowl
  • CBR Racing Cycle Cover (for indoor use)
  • Carbon-Fiber Accents
  • Carbon Fiber License Plate Frame
  • Outdoor Cycle Cover
  • "E-Cushion" Seat for greater comfort
  • Rear Tire Hugger
  • HRC Power-Up Kit for Racing (Track Use Only)





Review

Sport riders tend to be a proud lot; many even view their riding skills as a rite of pfassage. So it stands to reason that a liter-class supersport bike equipped with linked brakes, let alone the anti-lock/combined-brake system featured on Honda’s latest CBR1000RR, goes against the traditional performance rider’s mindset. But with electronic rider aids now commonplace in MotoGP racing, there’s no shame in setting the ego aside and embracing cutting-edge technology.

Honda has set a new standard in C-ABS performance with the system currently available as an option on its 600 and 1000cc CBR-RR models. Unlike ABS or linked brakes of old, the CBR’s setup has completely eliminated lever pulsation during system cycling and presents no abruptness in its linked-brake effect. The added sense of safety instilled amidst rush-hour traffic, doubly so in wet weather, is enough to validate the additional 25 pounds and $1000 premium the C-ABS option tags onto the standard model.

In our recent Open-class shootout (“Supersport Days,” August, 2009), the C-ABS version of the CBR1000RR displayed steadfast poise and competitive performance while lapping a race circuit at a very heated pace. While not the outright quickest bike of the test, the Honda was widely regarded as being the most confidence-inspiring in testers’ subjective notes, making it an ideal bike for street/track-day use. Racers will undoubtedly opt for the lighter standard model.

Daily use as a commuter or canyon carver is where this version of the CBR truly excels. Weighing 435 pounds without fuel puts the bike on par with its class peers. Handling is light and neutral, yet extremely surefooted. The Honda Electronic Steering Damper eliminates the inherent compromise of conventional adjustable dampers, offering little resistance at low speeds, with damping automatically increased seamlessly in relation to speed or acceleration.

Spot-on fuel mapping and a unique feature Honda call Ignition Interrupt Control, which smoothes on-throttle response below 6500 rpm, along with excellent shifting quality, all contribute to the inline-Four’s 157 rear-wheel horsepower feeling quite manageable. The back-torque-reducing slipper clutch pulls double duty by eliminating rear-wheel hop during hard deceleration and also applying pressure on the plates under acceleration to provide lighter clutch action. Due to the CBR’s refined and feathery control operation and exceptionally low level of engine vibration, comfort range really comes down to a rider’s tolerance for the RR’s sporting seat pad and ergonomics.

American Honda was understandably reserved in the quantity of the $13,999 C-ABS models imported in 2009. Considering that every unit has sold stateside with the bike enjoying even greater success in Europe, we don’t anticipate the budding ABS supersport movement to stop dead in its tracks any time soon.

Source Cycle World



Make Model Honda CBR 1000RR Fireblade Casey Stoner Repsol Replica
Year 2012
Engine Type Four stroke, transverse four cylinder, DOHC, 4 valve per cylinder.
Displacement 998 cc / 60.9 cu-in
Bore X Stroke 76 x 55.1 mm
Compression 12.3:1
Cooling System Liquid cooling
Lubrication Wet sump
Engine Oil Synthetic, 10W/40
Induction PGM-DSFI electronic fuel injection 46mm Throttle Bore
Ignition Computer-controlled digital transistorised with electronic advance
Spark Plug NGK, IMR9C-9HES
Starting Electric
Max Power 175.6 hp / 131.0 kW @ 12000 rpm
Max Torque 115 Nm / 11.73 kg-m @ 8500 rpm
Clutch Wet, multiplate with diaphragm spring
Transmission 6 Speed
Final Drive #530 O-ring - sealed chain
Gear Ratio 1st 2.286 (32/14) / 2nd 1.778 (32/18) / 3rd 1.500 (33/22) / 4th 1.333 (32/24) / 5th 1.214 (34/28) / 6th1.138 (33/29)
Frame Diamond; aluminum composite twin-spar
Front Suspension 43mm inverted HMAS cartridge-type telescopic fork with stepless preload, compression and rebound adjustment,
Front Wheel Travel 120 mm / 4.3 in
Rear Suspension Unit Pro-Link with gas-charged HMAS damper featuring 10-step preload and stepless compression and rebound damping adjustment,
Rear Wheel Travel 135 mm / 5.4 in
Front Brakes 2x 320mm discs 4 piston calipers, Combined ABS and sintered metal pads
Rear Brakes Single 220mm disc, Combined ABS and sintered metal pads
Front Tire 120/70ZR-17
Rear Tire 190/50ZR-17
Rim Size Front 17 x MT3.50
Rim Size Rear 17 x MT6.00
Rake (caster Angle) 23.3°
Trail 96.2 mm / 3.8 in
Dimensions Length 2077 mm / 81.5 in Width 685 mm / 26.9 in Height 1135 mm / 46.5 in
Wheelbase 1407 mm / 55.4 in
Turning Radius 3.2 m
Seat Height 820 mm / 32.3 in
Dry Weight 173 kg / 381.3 lbs
Wet Weight 195 kg / 430 lbs (209 kg / 461.7 lbs C-ABS)
Fuel Capacity 17.7 Liters / 4.7 gal
Reserve 4 Liters
Standing ¼ Mile 10.3 sec
Top Speed 287.1 km/h / 178.3 mph

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