Honda CBR100RR Fireblade: Lead Sportbike Runs In A Little Radiator

Feb 18, 2017 08:42 PM EST | Hem Cervantes

Honda divulged an upgraded adaptation of its lead sportbike, the CBR1000RR Fireblade. It makes ten more drive and weighs 33 pounds less. It has a 14 percent change in the power to weight proportion.

The Honda CBR100RR Fireblade is fuelled by a liquid-cooled, four stroke, and 16-valve DOHC inline four engines. It produces 133kw, 12,250 rpm and with maximum torque of 114Nm. It is equipped with a diamond, aluminum composite spar frame, as per Telegraph.

The front suspension is supported with a telescopic inverted fork with an inner tube diameter of 43 millimeters and a big Piston front fork with pre-pack compression and rebound tuning. The rear suspension comes with a Unit Pro-Link with gas-charged HMAS damper featuring 10 step preload and measures compression.

According to Auto Evolution, the new Fireblade has a littler radiator, which makes the bicycle 24 mm smaller than its forerunner. For the overall weight, the fuel tank and suppressor were made out of titanium. The motor covers were also made out of magnesium, and the general outline needs fewer nuts and bolts that simply add to the weight.

Dimensionally, the Honda CBR100RR Fireblade with a curb weight of 221kg, a seat height of 820mm and wheelbase of 1410 mm. Its fuel tank carries 17.5 liters and with fuel consumption of 50.8 mpg. It is packed with 1-kilogram Lithium-Ion battery, which saves weight and gives robust and reliable electrical charge.

The Honda CBR100RR Fireblade additionally works with the Ohlins Objective Based Tuning Interface, which helps to change both the pressure and bounce back damping power of the semi-dynamic Ohlins Electronic Control front fork and back shock. It implies access to a radically new level of dealing with capacity and suspension response whether working through presets or manual info that conveys precisely the perfect measure of control in each circumstance.

Furthermore, Honda will likewise bring its present scope of machines and a portion of the shocking new-for-2011 hues, including the new Tricolor and Repsol-liveried Fireblades. Honda CBR100RR Fireblade, in addition to the VFR1200F, which is currently offered in the other Black Metallic shading plan.


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