2003 Honda CBR600RR Photo Gallery
2003 Honda CBR600RR Wallpaper.
Photos of the 2003 Honda CBR600RR.
2003 Honda CBR600RR First Ride
2003 Honda CBR600RR.
Sneak a peek under the sexy clothes of the 2003 Honda CBR600RR.
Lighter engine internals are needed for a higher redline.
A side view of the 599cc engine.
Intake ducts ram air to the pressurized airbox for
The airbox sits underneath the RR gas tank.
Unit Pro-Link contains the rear shock within the swingarm itself.
Here is another look at the Unit Pro-Link linkage.
The 600RR trunk will not carry much, but a U-Lock is better than nothing and it actually will fit a cell phone and wallet easily.
The 2003 models will be available in three colors
The 1987 Hurricane started the middle weight craze
1990 brought a new version of the Hurricane.
1991 brought the CBR600 F2
In 1995 Honda introduced the CBR600 F3
This 1999 F4 spawned the F4i
A look at the beefy swingarm.
The CBR600RR headers.
Here is a closer look at the rear brake assembly.
An analog/digital electronic instrument panel is one of the lightest ever created for a Honda motorcycle.
Both Honda and Dunlop had a great support staff on hand to ensure the bikes were properly set up for each individual rider.
The new CBR600RR is the first Honda sportbike to be developed as a race machine first.
The 2003 model F4i did not offer the precise handling of the RR.
Forged slipper pistons are each 14g lighter than those on the F4i, while carburized, nutless connecting rods save 12g each.
Honda's Hollow Fine Die Cast (HFDC) technique produces lighter, stronger chassis parts.
The CBR600RR should give the other 600s a serious run for their money when it hits the showrooms.
Honda's mass centralization philosophy has endowed the RR with much greater nimbleness.
By utilizing the lessons learned during the development of the RC211V they were able to implement similar technological innovations on the CBR600RR.
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