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Ten Kate Honda CBR1000RR World Superbike Photo Gallery

Two counties and an ocean later MotoUSA was in Portugal to catch the final World Superbike round and then ride Rea’s Ten Kate Honda CBR1000RR. Read the full story in our 2009 World Superbike Comparison.

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Hannspree Honda Jonathan Rea on the grid.
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Hannspree Honda CBR1000RR World Superbike at Phillip Island with pilot Jonathan Rea pushing it around the corners.
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Jonathan Rea leads the pack at Portimao on the Hannspree Honda CBR1000R World Superbike.
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Ten Kate Honda CBR1000RR World Superbike
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Ten Kate Honda CBR1000RR World Superbike
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To stop the WSBK Honda, Hannspree uses Nissin/Yutaka floating 320mm rotors.
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Instead of the cast aluminum wheels on a stock CBR, the Hannspree Honda uses Magnesium forged seven-spoked wheels.
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The Ten Kate Honda CBR1000RR World Superbike utilizies a wet multiplate STM slipper clutch.
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The front suspension on the Hannspree Honda features WP Suspension RCMA 4800 Front forks.
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The Ten Kate Honda CBR1000RR World Superbike offers rider Jonathan Rea traction control for controlled spins.
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Hannspree Ten Kate Honda CBR1000RR
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The ECU on the Ten Kate Honda CBR1000RR World Superbike is a Pi Research PECTEL system.
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SteveO pilots the Hannspree Honda around the Portimao circuit.