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2010 Honda CBR1000RR Project Bike Photo Gallery
Motorcycle-USA’s long-term 2010 Honda CBR1000RR with different Repsol orange wheels, a FMF Apex slip-on pipe and Bridgestone BT-003RS tires.
2010 Honda CBR1000RR Long Term Wrap Up
review and find out what it’s like to live with Honda’s CBR1000RR Superbike.
We found a set of Repsol orange wheels from a 2009 Honda CBR1000RR and swapped them out with the black wheels to give our CBR a different look.
With a few simple and affordable modifications our long-term CBR1000RR stood out in terms of performance, appearance and character from a stocker.
The Bridgestone BT-003RS tires warm-up quick and outstanding grip as Waheed demonstrates.
A night out on the town aboard the 2010 Honda CBR1000RR.
The FMF Apex Slip-on muffler kit consists of a new mid pipe and muffler and is simple to install.
FMF’s Apex Slip-on muffler added some character to the Honda CBR1000RR and made it more entertaining to ride on the street and racetrack.
Although the BMW S1000RR reigned supreme in this year’s Superbike Smackdown shootout test rider Adam Waheed actually prefers the Honda CBR1000RR due to its powerful mid-range performance and overall chassis feel.
The Bridgestone BT-003RS tires allow the rider to better explore the massive amount of handling performance from the Honda CBR1000RR.
2010 Honda CBR1000RR Project Bike dyno chart. These dyno pulls were on a SuperFlow dyno instead of our Dynojet model which resulted in lower overall numbers.
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