Honda CB1000: review, history, specs

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Honda CB1000
Manufacturer
Production 94-95
Engine
1000cc
Spark Plug NGK DPR9EA-9 '94-95
Battery YUASA YTX12-BS '94-95
Final Drive Chain: 530x116
Front Sprocket 17T
Rear Sprocket 42T
Front Tire 120/70-17 '94-95
Rear Tire 170/60-18 '94-95
Weight
Related Honda CBF1000, Honda CB1000R
Manuals Service Manual



The Honda CB1000 is a 998 cc, liquid-cooled, four-stroke inline-four (60.9 cu in) standard motorcycle made by Honda from 1992 to 1997. It was driven by 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 aluminum 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[edit]

The 1993 MY Honda CB 1000 has standard features such as die-cast aluminum 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 CB1000[edit]


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.


The 1994 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 aluminum 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 CB1000[edit]

1995 Honda CB1000


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


The 1995 MY Honda CB 1000 has been fitted by the Japanese engineers with die-cast aluminum 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[edit]

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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 aluminum 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.







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