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2009 Corona Extra Honda CBR1000RR Photo Gallery

We were recently given an opportunity to test Neil Hodgson’s Corona Honda American Superbike for a full day at Infineon Raceway during an AMA Pro Racing team test. Read the full 2009 Corona Extra Honda CBR1000RR Review.

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The Corona Honda CBR1000RR uses a rewired speedo that connects to a lap timer.
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Rk Drive Systems 520 chain helps the Cornoa CBR1000RR accelerate faster, brake quicker, and handle better.
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Out back sits the latest Ohlins TTX shock, attached to a host of data equipment.
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Brembo 4-piston monobloc brakes reign-in the horsepower-packing CBR1000RR.
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The FMF Racing exhaust puts out a seriously brutish bark.
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A HRC rear rotor and brake kit gives extra stopping strength to the Corona Extra.
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Changing between pre-set engine mapping and traction control settings is as easy as a flip of a switch on this Honda sportbike.
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Time to pull up my panties and get this show on the road. This is no sissy 600, that's for sure.
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Lunch is Over Ladies, it’s Time to Ride . . .
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'They’re not kidding when they say this is still a Superbike!'
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The law of motorcycles: The faster they go, the more decals they will have.
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'Note to self: You’re not on an SV650, so don’t just dump the throttle mid-corner. Now go back out and go faster, you pansy…'
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'Just like that, I’m a Superbike Superstar.'
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Keeping the Honda's front wheel on the ground around the tight and technical Infineon Raceway took a good deal of effort.