2001 Honda CBR f4i
salvage title do to low speed drop on right side.
cosmetic damage only that is overall minor.
The Honda F4i introduced many of the modern technologies that are considered industry standard now. The aluminum twin-spar frame, electronic fuel-injection, and sport riding position identify it as being aimed primarily at the performance minded audience. EFI has produced a 5% increase in horsepower resulting in a smooth, powerful throttle response with especially strong midrange torque. The new aluminum twin-spar frame is not only lighter than previous steel versions, but also stiffer, allowing for improved handling reponse under acceleration and direction changes. The F4i benefits from lightened wheels and brakes, which produces significantly faster acceleration and braking performance while riding. Acceleration is also aided by a shortened gear range on the F4i, as it continues to pull hardest from 6,000 to 10,000 rpm. With all the modern technologies packed into the F4i, Honda has not forgotten rider comfort all together. The F4i offers above average comfort for a sport bike due to the adjustable front and rear suspension, and a riding position that is not overly aggressive for street riding. Along with the performance, the Honda name assures the F4i’s reliability is top notch.
Model: Honda CBR600 F4i
Motorcycle Class: Sport Bikes
Engine: 599cc liquid-cooled inline four cylinder
Fuel System: Electronic fuel-injection
Transmission: 6 speed
Suspension: 43mm cartridge style front fork with adjustable preload, rebound, and dampening. Pro-link rear gas charged shock with adjustable preload rebound, dampening and remote reservoir.
Brakes: Dual 296mm front discs with four-piston calipers. Single 220mm rear disc with single piston caliper.
Dry Weight: 370 pounds