2004 Honda CBR1000RR
If you were to ride only the Honda, you’d swear it is the best sportbike ever made, such is the way it has been polished to Honda’s typical high standards.
The CBR line hasn't dominated the open class since 1997, but Honda expects its new CBR1000RR to change that pattern.
|Engine Type||DOHC 16-valve four-stroke - inline four-cylinder|
|Bore Stroke||75mm x 56.5mm|
|Fuel System||Dual Stage Fuel Injection w/44mm throttle bodies|
|Rake Trail||23.8 x 102mm|
|Front Suspension||43mm inverted aluminum-slider Honda Multi-Action System|
|Rear Suspension||Unit Pro-Link® rear suspension w/HMAS shock|
|Front Brake||4-piston calipers and 310mm floating discs|
|Rear Brake||220mm rear disc with a single-piston caliper|
|Dry Weight||433 lbs (wet)|
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