Read the 2010 Honda CBR1000RR Long Term Wrap Up review and find out what it’s like to live with Honda’s CBR1000RR Superbike.
- 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.
- 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.
- Motorcycle-USA’s long-term 2010 Honda CBR1000RR with different Repsol orange wheels, a FMF Apex slip-on pipe and Bridgestone BT-003RS tires.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.