2008 Honda CBR 600RR Sportbike Review

We believe that our CBR600RR is the best on the planet. But do not take our word for him. This is the class dominated in almost all the 2007 shooting, and has raised more than moto of the year “honors that we can count on. And his success on the circuit was equally impressive, winning the AMA Formula Xtreme championship three years later. Look closely and you can see its DNA everywhere MotoGP: Unit Pro-Link ® rear suspension, Honda electronic steering damper, the centre-exhaust system and located in the center fuel tank. besides, you get a red line 15000 rpm, double phase fuel injection, HMAS inverted front fork, radial-mounted front brake calipers and master cylinder radial activated. All this with the new paint and graphics for 2008 so more 600 hot on the trail or on the...

What do others say about the 600RR Motorcycle? WIKI…

Racing roots The CBR600RR has been developed and inspired by the Honda RC211V MotoGP bike. The same physical aspect of the CBR600RR and RC211V is intentional. Under the eyes are MotoGP technologies that were made available for the first time on a motorbike production such as the Pro-Link rear suspension and dual-phase fuel injection (PGM-DSFI). Both were taken directly from Honda MotoGP bike. If it is not uncommon for street bikes to use the technology race, it was the first totally new technologies have found their way to the production line in the same year they made their way to professional Race grid. The bike receives the “RR” the designation of “race replica” because of the emphasis on race characteristics as one of braced swingarm, the centre-exhaust system, and more...

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2004 Honda CBR 600rr Technical Stats

Specifications 2004 Honda CBR600RR Engine Type 4-stroke liquid-cooled In-line four cylinder Displacement 599cc (36cid) Bore x stroke 67.0 x 42.5mm Compression ratio 12.0:1 Valve System chain driven double overhead cams, 16 valves Induction Dual stage fuel injection- PGM-FI Ignition Computer-controlled digital transistorized with three-dimensional mapping Starting Electric Horsepower 115 hp @ 13,250 RPM Torque 44.5 lbs. / ft @ 11,250 RPM Transmission Close-ratio six speed Frame Type Aluminum, extruded Rake / trail 24.0 degrees / 3.7 inches Wheelbase 54.7 inches ...

2004 Black and Yellow Honda CBR 600 F4i for sale in dfw Just incase you are in dallas, texas, and looking for a 2004 Honda CBR for sale… Its an F4i with about 11,xxx miles, more or less stock. Check it out…some teaser pics...

Waiting for Buttonwillow Raceway’s 1.9-mile West Loop to dry under a thick layer of Central Valley fog, it’s easy to mistake this 2005-spec CBR600RR for the ’04 model parked alongside it. Walking around the new bike with a fresh cup of coffee, differences are subtle. The ’05 bike’s new plastic skin is a little sleeker, tailored to cheat the wind and reinforce its resemblance to the CBR1000RR as well as Hondas RC211V MotoGP weapon. Up front, the inverted 41mm fork, radial-mount four-pot Tokico calipers and 310mm rotors are de rigueur for any hardcore ’05 600-classer. The most significant changes, however, are harder to see. Two years ago, Honda’s first RR-spec 600 was maligned for a 445-pound wet weight—30 pounds heavier than an equivalent Yamahas YZF R-6. For Hitoshi Akaoka,...

Honda CBR 600RR picture gallery

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Serious sportbike pilots have eagerly anticipated the arrival of the potent new 2007 CBR600RR, and now the industry experts have confirmed this incredible machine was well worth the wait. Cycle News crowned this middleweight missile winner of its ‘07 600cc Class Shootout, with the more compact, more powerful and lighter-weight 600RR easily besting the competition on both track and street. Roadracing World went one better, calling the CBR600RR “the best 600cc sportbike ever.” Praise doesn’t come much higher. And neither does performance. Taken from Honda...
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