2007 Honda CBR1000RR CBR 1000
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Honda has long been synonymous with reliability in the motoring world, but when it comes to the CBR 1000RR the overwhelming consensus from riders is pinpoint precision. Honda’s top level sport bike has established its place as one of the most timeless designs, with the under-seat exhaust, and stylish chassis, the 1000RR Fireblade looks every bit as menacing on the street as it does on the track. Beneath the bodywork, is one of the most refined chassis Honda has produced. Riders will appreciate the reduced wheelbase, and tightened steering angle that allows the CBR 1000RR to dive into corners with precise handling. Honda has put a lot of attention into handling with an electronic steering dampener, and an overall weight reduction of 17 pounds further aids in cornering and acceleration. Honda’s HESD electronic steering dampener is universally praised in its relief of steering wobbles and the increased stability through corners. The CBR 1000RR’s engine has been revamped, with new intake ports, increased exhaust ports, a reworked ECU and dual exhaust valve springs has produced increased compression and midrange punch. Overall the package Honda has put together in the CBR 1000RR is summed up in nothing less than refined performance.
Model: Honda CBR 1000RR
Motorcycle Class: Sport Bikes
Engine: 998cc liquid-cooled inline four cylinder
Fuel System: Programmable-DSFI fuel injection
Suspension: Cartridge style 43mm inverted front forks with adjustable preload, rebound, and dampening. Pro-link rear monoshock with adjustable preload, rebound, and dampening.
Brakes: Dual 320mm front discs with four piston calipers. Single 220mm rear disc with single piston caliper.
Dry Weight: 388 pounds