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2010 Honda CBR600RR Modified Comparison Photo Gallery

The 2010 Honda CBR600RR comes into the Modified Supersport Shootout with a solid pedigree and good odds by virtue of its successful past comparison track record. Read the full story in our 2010 Modified Supersport Shootout.

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With a solid base set-up the Honda proved to be extremely easy to ride right out of the gate.
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2010 Honda CBR600RR produces 111.19 hp and 45.38 lb-ft of torque.
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2010 Modified Supersport Shootout horsepower comparison. Note the Kawi's rather large peak advantage.
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2010 Modified Supersport Shootout torque comparison. All four bikes are extremely close in modded form.
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Nip/Tuck's John Hensley joined us once again for the Modified Supersport Comparison. The actor has been bit by the racing bug and is progressing quickly.
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Pirelli's Diablo Supercorsa SC2 rubber was used once again and provided awesome levels of grip while easily withstanding the heat.
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CT Racing provided spot-on tire support and advice as always.
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Up close and personal with Corey Neuer on the 2010 Honda CBR600RR.
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Corner-entry on the Honda CBR600RR is balanced and very neutral.
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The 2010 modified Honda CBR600RR slammed on its side laying down a hot lap in Superpole.
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Sorensen laid now his personal best Superpole times at both tracks on the Honda CBR600RR. At Streets the former AMA champ did a 1:20.60 while at Big Willow he recorded a 1:27.79.
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2010 modified Honda CBR600RR proved to be at the front of the pack from the very beginning.
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Hensley found the modified Honda to be his personal bike of choice thus far.
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One thing extremely NOT easy about the Honda CBR600RR: Changing the rear wheel.
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2010 Honda CBR600RR sits on the bench following Stage 1 modifications.
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Dynojet's Power Commander 5 piggybacked on top of Honda's kit ECU to handle the fuel injection tuning.
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Vortex 520 sprockets and DID chain were used on the Honda CBR600RR for reduced weight and track-matched gearing.
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The Honda may not make the most HP on the dyno in modified trim but it sure didn't lack any straight-line speed compared to the competition.
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Erion's Arata full-titanium exhaust system was used on the 2010 Honda CBR600RR.
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2010 Honda CBR600RR Modified Stage 2
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2010 Honda CBR600RR Modified Stage 2
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2010 Honda CBR600RR Modified Stage 2
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2010 Honda CBR600RR Modified Stage 2
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2010 Honda CBR600RR Modified Stage 2
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2010 Honda CBR600RR Modified Stage 2
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2010 Honda CBR600RR Modified Stage 2
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2010 Honda CBR600RR Modified Stage 2
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2010 Honda CBR600RR Modified Stage 2
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2010 Honda CBR600RR Modified Stage 2
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2010 Honda CBR600RR Modified Stage 2