Honda CBR1000RR

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Honda CBR1000RR
Manufacturer Honda
Production 04-08
Engine 1000cc
Sparkplug IMR9C-9H '04-08
Battery YTZ10S '04-08
Front Tire 120/70-17 '04-08
Rear Tire 190/50-17 '04-08
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The Honda CBR1000RR


The Honda CBR1000RR was a in-line four, four-stroke Naked motorcycle produced by Honda between 2003 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[edit]

  • Engine Type:998 cc liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder
  • Horsepower:149.56 bhp @ 11,250 rpm
  • Torque:76.74 ft.-lbs. @ 8,500 rpm
  • Bore and Stroke:75.0 mm x 56.5 mm
  • Compression Ratio:12.2:1
  • Valve Train:DOHC; four valves per cylinder
  • Carburetion:Dual Stage Fuel Injection (DSFI)
  • Ignition:Computer-controlled digital transistorized with three-dimensional mapping

Speed[edit]

  • 0-60:2.9 seconds
  • 1/4 mile:9.98 seconds
  • Top Speed:176 mph (283.24 km/h)

Drive train[edit]

  • Transmission:Cassette-type, close-ratio six-speed
  • Final Drive:530 O-ring-sealed chain

Chassis, Suspension and Brakes[edit]

  • Front Suspension:43.0 mm inverted HMAS cartridge fork with spring-preload, rebound and compression-damping adjustability; 4.7-inch travel
  • Rear Suspension:HMAS Pro-Link single shock with spring-preload, rebound and compression-damping adjustability; 5.3-inch travel
  • Front Brakes:Dual full-floating 320.0 mm discs with four-piston radial-mounted calipers
  • Rear Brake:Single 220.0 mm disc with single-piston caliper
  • Front Tire:120/70ZR-17 radial
  • Rear Tire:190/50ZR-17 radial

Dimensions[edit]

  • Rake:23.45 degrees
  • Trail:100.0 mm (3.9 inches)
  • Wheelbase:55.4 inches
  • Seat Height:32.1 inches
  • Dry Weight:425 pounds
  • Fuel Capacity:4.8 gallons, including 1.06-gallon reserve

Other[edit]

  • Emissions:Meets current CARB and EPA standards. California version differs slightly due to emissions standards.
  • Available Colors:Black, Candy Blue/Yellow, Red/Black, Silver/Metallic Silver
  • Model ID:CBR1000RR

CBR1000RR Videos

2004 Honda CBR1000RR[edit]


The 2003 CBR1000RR is the street, mass-production version of the legendary liter-class bikes which took countless victories in the superbike series around the world. This CBR is also inspired from the RC211V MotoGP and retains the Unit-Pro Link suspension and the Honda Electronic Steering Damper (HESD) developed for the prototype.

Ready for a proud presence on the street, the 2003 CBR1000RR is even more eager to shine on the race track and show the riders the real meaning of sport performance.

  • Engine Type: 998cc liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder
  • Bore and Stroke: 75.0mm x 56.5mm
  • Compression Ratio: 11.9:1
  • Valve Train: DOHC; four valves per cylinder
  • Carburetion: Dual Stage Fuel Injection (DSFI)
  • Ignition: Computer-controlled digital transistorized with three-dimensional mapping
  • Transmission: Cassette-type, close-ratio six-speed
  • Final Drive: #530 O-ring-sealed chain
  • Front Suspension: 43.0mm inverted HMAS cartridge fork with spring-preload, rebound- and compression-damping adjustability; 4.7-inch travel
  • Rear Suspension: HMAS Pro-Link single shock with spring-preload, rebound- and compression-damping adjustability; 5.3-inch travel
  • Front Brakes: Dual full-floating 310.0mm discs with four-piston radial-mounted calipers
  • Rear Brake: Single 220.0mm disc with single-piston caliper
  • Front Tire: 120/70ZR-17 radial
  • Rear Tire: 190/50ZR-17 radial
  • Rake: 23.75 degrees
  • Trail: 102.0mm (4.0 inches)
  • Wheelbase: 55.6 inches
  • Seat Height: 32.5 inches
  • Fuel Capacity: 4.8 gallons, including 1.06-gallon reserve
  • Emissions: California version meets CARB 2004 emissions standards.
  • Available Colors: Black, Metallic Silver/Black, Red/Black
  • Model ID: CBR1000RR
  • Warranty: 1 year



2005[edit]


The 2005 CBR1000RR is the street, consumer version of the racing liter-class bike which keeps on winning on the tracks around the world since it's launch. Loaded with a lot of MotoGP-derived component and technologies, this superbike delivers outstanding sport performance and a tad more comfort than a track-only bike.

Radial brakes, an electronic steering damper, centralized fuel tank, pro-class suspensions and frame, and dual-stage injection are all all stock, while the RC2111-inspired styling makes the whole package look as good as it performs.

  • Engine Type: 998cc liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder
  • Bore and Stroke: 75.0mm x 56.5mm
  • Compression Ratio: 11.9:1
  • Valve Train: DOHC; four valves per cylinder
  • Carburetion: Dual Stage Fuel Injection (DSFI)
  • Ignition: Computer-controlled digital transistorized with three-dimensional mapping
  • Transmission: Cassette-type, close-ratio six-speed
  • Final Drive: #530 O-ring-sealed chain
  • Front Suspension: 43.0mm inverted HMAS cartridge fork with spring-preload, rebound and compression-damping adjustability; 4.7-inch travel
  • Rear Suspension: HMAS Pro-Link single shock with spring-preload, rebound and compression-damping adjustability; 5.3-inch travel
  • Front Brakes: Dual full-floating 310.0mm discs with four-piston radial-mounted calipers
  • Rear Brake: Single 220.0mm disc with single-piston caliper
  • Front Tire: 120/70ZR-17 radial
  • Rear Tire: 190/50ZR-17 radial
  • Rake: 23.75 degrees
  • Trail: 102.0mm (4.0 inches)
  • Wheelbase: 55.6 inches
  • Seat Height: 32.5 inches
  • Dry Weight: 396 pounds
  • Fuel Capacity: 4.8 gallons, including 1.06-gallon reserve
  • Available Colors: Black/Metallic Silver, Red/Black, Titanium/Black, Blue/Orange/White/Red
  • Model ID: CBR1000RR
  • Warranty: 1 year

2006[edit]


2007[edit]

2007 Honda CBR1000RR in Silver right side
2007 Honda CBR1000RR in Red/Black right side
2007 Honda CBR1000RR in Black right side
2007 Honda CBR1000RR in Repsol Scheme right side

2008[edit]

2008 Honda CBR1000RR in Yellow/Black
2008 Honda CBR1000RR in Red/Silver
2008 Honda CBR1000RR in Red/Black
2008 Honda CBR1000RR in Black/Silver

2009[edit]

2009 Honda CBR1000RR Repsol
2009 Honda CBR1000RR in Black
2009 Honda CBR1000RR ABS in Red
2009 Honda CBR1000RR in white

2010[edit]

2010 Honda CBR1000RR Black_Red
2010 Honda CBR1000RR in Orange/Silver





2006 Honda CBR1000RR[edit]

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The Honda CBR1000RR hares DNA with no other than the MotoGP RC211V machine, and is the streetable expression of what high-performance liter-class bikes should really be like. This model year brings massive updates in the power unit department, with new head porting and combustion chambers, new cams, valves and spring systems. a higher red line, new gears an covers, a redesigned ram air intake and a new chassis geometry.

Upgraded brakes and revised suspensions, an updated styling and a better seat are also on the long list of improvements CBR1000RR made in 2005 come with.


2007 Honda CBR1000RR[edit]

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One of the most popular superbikes of all times, the CBR1000RR is the streetable version of Honda's on-track development program. Embedding a lot of MotoGP-derived technologies and knowledge, the 2006 CBR1000RR is setting a new standard in sportbike maneuverability and performance, while providing riders with a ton of exclusive features.

The Honda Electronic Steering Damper (HESD) works in conjunction with the RC211V-deived frame, while other features, such as the cassette gearbox, radial calipers, center-up silencer, Unit Pro-Link rear suspension and dual-stage injection are also standard trim for this aggressively-styled machine.



2009 Honda CBR1000RR ABS[edit]

2009 Honda CBR1000RR ABS

Honda offers a top-notch version of their acclaimed CBR1000RR machine, endowed with the extra safety ABS brakes bring in. Having the anti-lock brakes and combined braking in a coherent safety-focused system provides riders with an improved feeling of being in control. More than the overall feel of the bike, these new brakes also improve road safety by adding to stability when braking on wet asphalt. Likewise, strong braking will also stop the bike in a shorter distance.

In 2008, Honda has also updated the turn signals for the CBR1000RR ABS.


2009 Honda CBR1000RR[edit]

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Inspired and derived from the race track machinery, the 2008 CBR1000RR is a liter-class bike which will take your breath away. Dripping with monstrous power and loaded with MotoGP-derived technologies such as the Unit Pro-Link rear suspension, this machine also brings a top-drawer racing-class fork and electronic steering damper for increased tracking precision.

A toy for experienced bikers and acing enthusiasts, the 2008 Honda CBR1000RR comprises multiple lightweight aluminum parts to shave weight and add to the overall handling. Revised mass distribution makes the bike more compact, and the tank placed low in the frame helps for an even "easier-to-ride" center of gravity.


2008 Honda CBR1000RR[edit]

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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.



2010 Honda CBR1000RR[edit]

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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[edit]

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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 aluminum 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[edit]

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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[edit]

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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[edit]

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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[edit]

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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[edit]

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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[edit]

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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.

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