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#Redirect [[Honda CBR600F]]
 
 
{{Motorcycle
 
|name            = Honda CBR 600F
 
|photo=honda-cbr-600f-1990-1990-1.jpg
 
|aka              =
 
|manufacturer    = Honda
 
|parent_company  =
 
|production      = 1990 - 2011
 
|model_year      =
 
|predecessor      =
 
|successor        =
 
|class            = Sport Bike
 
|engine          = Four stroke, transverse four cylinder
 
|bore_stroke      = 66.0mm x 66.0mm
 
|compression      = 12.0:1
 
|top_speed        =
 
|power            = 102.05 HP (76.1 KW) @ 12000RPM
 
|torque          = 47.21 ft/lbs (64.0 Nm) @ 10500RPM
 
|fuel_system      = Electronic injection
 
|ignition        =
 
|spark_plug      =
 
|battery          =
 
|transmission    = Gear box: 6-speed, manual <br>
 
Final Drive: Chain <br>
 
Clutch: Wet multi-plate [[coil]] spring <br>
 
 
 
|frame            =
 
|suspension      =Front: Telescopic fork 41 mm <br>
 
Rear: Monoshock [[damper]] with 7-step adjustable preload
 
|brakes          =Front: Double disc 296 mm <br>Rear: Single disc 218 mm
 
|front_tire      = {{tire|120/70ZR17}}
 
|rear_tire    = {{tire|180/55ZR17}}
 
|rake_trail      =
 
|wheelbase        = 54.61 inches (1387 mm)
 
|length          = 81.1 inches (2060 mm)
 
|width            = 27.01 inches (686 mm)
 
|height          =
 
|seat_height      = 31.69 inches (805 mm)
 
|dry_weight      =
 
|wet_weight      = 193.0 kg
 
|fuel_capacity    =
 
|oil_capacity    =
 
|recommended_oil=Honda GN4 10W-40
 
|fuel_consumption =
 
|turning_radius  =
 
|related          =
 
|competition      =
 
}}
 
 
 
The '''[[Honda]] CBR 600F''' was a Four stroke, transverse four cylinder Sport Bike [[motorcycle]] produced by [[Honda]] between 1990 and 2011. Max [[torque]] was 47.21 ft/lbs (64.0 Nm) @ 10500 RPM. Claimed [[horsepower]] was 102.05 HP (76.1 KW) @ 12000 RPM. 
 
 
 
==Engine==
 
A 66.0mm [[bore]] x 66.0mm [[stroke]] result in a [[displacement]] of just 599.0 cubic centimeters. 
 
 
 
==Drive==
 
The bike has a 6-speed, manual transmission. Power was moderated via the Wet multi-plate coil spring. 
 
 
 
==Chassis==
 
It came with a 120/70ZR17 front [[tire]] and a 180/55ZR17 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via Double disc 296 mm in the front and a Single disc 218 mm in the rear. The front suspension was a  Telescopic fork 41 mm while the rear was equipped with a Monoshock damper with 7-step adjustable preload. The wheelbase was 54.61 inches (1387 mm) long. 
 
 
 
==1990 Honda CBR 600F==
 
[[File:honda-cbr-600f-1990-1990-1.jpg|600px|1990 Honda CBR 600F]]
 
[[File:honda-cbr-600f-1990-1990-0.jpg|600px|1990 Honda CBR 600F]]
 
 
 
he Honda CBR600F model is a Sport bike manufactured by Honda. In this version sold from year 1989, the dry weight is 182 Kg (401.2 pounds) and it is equiped with a In-line four, four-stroke motor. The engine produces a maximum peak output power of 85 HP (62 kW) @ 10800 RPM and a maximum torque of 59.00 Nm (44 ft.lbs) @ 8500 RPM.
 
 
 
 
 
==2011 Honda CBR 600F==
 
[[File:honda-cbr-600f-2011-2011-4.jpg|600px|2011 Honda CBR 600F]]
 
[[File:honda-cbr-600f-2011-2011-3.jpg|600px|2011 Honda CBR 600F]]
 
[[File:honda-cbr-600f-2011-2011-2.jpg|600px|2011 Honda CBR 600F]]
 
[[File:honda-cbr-600f-2011-2011-1.jpg|600px|2011 Honda CBR 600F]]
 
[[File:honda-cbr-600f-2011-2011-0.jpg|600px|2011 Honda CBR 600F]]
 
 
 
In terms of styling, the 600F is moderately sporty looking, which is what Honda probably wanted for the bike. The DOHC inline-four engine, with PGM-FI tech, is from the 2007-model CBR600RR, which has been refined further and has been optimised for low- and mid-range power delivery. It’s a light and compact unit and fits in perfectly in the CBR600F’s chassis. And with 102 horsepower at 12,000rpm, it really does perform.
 
 
 
[[Category:Sport Bike motorcycles]]
 
[[Category:Honda motorcycles]]
 
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[[Category:1990s motorcycles]]
 

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