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Honda CB1000R Horsepower and Torque Dyno

Friday, April 15, 2011
Honda is attacking the U.S. Streetfighter market full-force with its new 2010 Honda CB10000R. Stay tuned for the full review next week. Until then check out the rear wheel horsepower and torque figures as measured on our in-house motorcycle dyno.

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nakedfreak April 18, 2011 04:20 PM
Those numbers are a little disappointing but I'm still looking forward to the review. I agree with 509mxfan, a naked cbr1000rr would be amazing, but I think I would actually prefer to keep the fairing and just make the bike more comfortable and tailored for larger people.
509MXFan April 15, 2011 11:24 AM
Ouch, 14hp down and 8ft-lbs short of the Z1000 (by your streetfighter shootout figures last year). Not much of an attack. Why can't they truly take a ZX10, or CBR1000, or R1, and pull the fairings, mount some dirtbike bars, and lower the pegs? Put some slightly cheaper suspension under it, and save the double development costs.