Honda CB1000

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Honda CB1000 SF (Big-1)

The classic motorcycle Honda CB 1000 was first presented in 1991 at the 29th Tokyo Motor Show, and official series production began in 1992 in Japan. Since 1993, the model has been available in the European market, and since 1994 in the American market. Intra-Japanese models are called Honda CB1000SF (Super Four), export - Honda CB1000 (CB1000F).

The motorcycle was based on the engine from the sports-touring version Honda CBR1000F, which was significantly reconfigured, reducing the maximum power to 93 hp. (97-99 hp - export versions) and torque up to 84 Nm (up to 89 Nm - export versions), making it fully available already at 6000 rpm.

Other features of the Honda CB1000 (CB1000SF) include a classic steel (tubular) frame, suspension in the form of a conventional telescopic fork with a diameter of 43 mm stays in front and a double shock absorber at the rear (adjustable for preload; and rebound - since 1994), disc 4- piston brakes, 18 'wheels, 23 l fuel tank (22 l - export versions) and 260 kg unladen weight.

The Honda CB1000 (CB1000SF) model was officially produced until 1996, after which it was discontinued. In 1998, a new model Honda CB 1300 was introduced as a successor. In 2007, Honda launched the 1 liter naked Honda CB1000R, which, despite the similarity of names, has nothing to do with the CB1000 / CB1000SF (Big-1) model.

The main competitors of the Honda CB 1000 in the class:

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Honda CB1000SF (Super Four)
Honda CB1000SF (Super Four)
Honda CB1000SF (Super Four)
Honda CB1000SF (Super Four)
Honda CB1000 (CB1000F)
Honda CB1000 (CB1000F)


Specifications

Specifications Honda CB1000 (CB1000SF, Big One):

ModelHonda CB 1000 (Super Four, Big-1)
Motorcycle typeroad (classic)
Release year1992-1996
Framesteel duplex
Engine type4-cylinder, 4-stroke, in-line
Working volume998 cc cm.
Bore / stroke77mm x 53.6mm
Compression ratio10.0: 1
CoolingLiquid
Number of valves per cylinderDOHC, 4 valves per cylinder
Fuel supply systemcarburetor, 4x Keihin CV (VP48A) 34 mm
Ignition typefully transistor
Maximum power93 hp at 8500 rpm - Honda CB1000SF (Japan)

96.8-99.1 HP at 8250-8500 rpm - Honda CB1000 (export versions)

Maximum torque84.3 Nm @ 6,000 rpm - Honda CB1000SF (Japan)

84.6-89.5 Nm @ 5750-6000 rpm - Honda CB1000 (Export Versions)

Gearbox5-speed
Drive typechain
Front tire size120 / 70-18 59V
Rear tire size170 / 60-18 73V
Front brakes2 x 310mm discs, 4-piston calipers
Rear brakes1 disc 276 mm, 1-piston caliper
Front suspension43mm telescopic fork, 130mm travel
Rear suspensionpendulum, double Showa shock (preload and rebound adjustment since 1994), travel 117 mm
Length2220 mm
Width785 mm
Height1130 mm
Wheelbase1540 mm (since 1994 - 1535 mm)
Saddle height810 mm
Acceleration to 100 km / h4.0 sec
Maximum speed226 km / h (180 km / h - Japanese CB1000SF)
Fuel tank capacity22 L (23 L - Japanese CB1000SF)
Motorcycle weight235 kg - dry

260 kg curb (263 kg California version)

Fuel consumption

The officially declared fuel consumption of the Honda CB1000 (CB1000SF) is 4.76 liters per 100 kilometers (at a constant speed of 60 km / h). The exact value depends on the riding style.

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