CBR 1000 is the pinnacle of engineering from Honda. It falls under the category of open sport motorcycle and is developed mainly for MotoGP. The original version of the motorcycle was released in the year 2004 and subsequently saw birth of various models such as CBR954RR, CBR929RR and CBR900RR. The present Honda CBR1000RR is slated for release in the early 2013 and has undergone various cosmetic as well as tweak changes. Known for its powerful engine, the model has been well received across the globe for it offered stability, strength, attractive looks and quality build platform.
The CBR series has a serious issue â€“ the weight. Yes, the total weight of the motorcycle is excessive than it should be. This made it difficult for a rider to achieve high torque within seconds. Keeping this in mind, Honda redesigned the entire platform making a countable reduction in the weight. This is notable in the new 2013 Honda CBR1000RR series. Apart from this, the company also implemented their latest developments and innovations that were derived from technology which it used for its MotoGP participation. Powering the beast is a 999cc liquid cooled engine that uses Dual Stage Fuel Injection (DSFI) system for delivering high amount of power.
Another notable feature in the outlooks of the model is the low slung exhaust system which it borrowed from its MotoGP RCV211 motorcycle. As part of reduction of its weight, the frame of the motorcycle has been designed in a special casting process, where minimum number of individual pieces is used. This is very much similar to the frame of CBR600RR. Due to this procedure, apart from reduction in weight, stability of the bike is increased to a greater extent. Pro-Link rear suspension is an innovation from Honda which it embedded into the motorcycle. It offers increased comforts to the rider and pillion.
The all new Honda CBR1000RR 2013 also hosts ignition Interrupt Control System, Honda Electronic Steering Damper (HESD) and cam-assist clutch system. There has been a tremendous change to the interiors of the bike, which makes it powerful and mean. The bike also comes with optional Anti-lock Brake System (ABS). This was first introduced in the year 2009 by Honda into its CBR model which is also the first light class to host ABS. It delivers power output of 131Kw/12000min and has a smooth 6 speed transmission system.
The new version of Honda CBR1000RR is the next big thing from the motorsport company. With unmatched performance and power, the bike will take out all other models present in its class. The sleek, trendy and masculine design is other attractions that have a great influence on a purchaser. As there is no further information about the bike, people will have to wait until details and in-depth specifications are provided by the company. Make sure you wait for few months to lay your hands on the beast. Built with style and substance, the motorcycle is sure to capture hearts of millions across the globe when it releases.
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