Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade
Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade sports bike model appeared on the market in 2004, replacing Honda CBR954RR Fireblade.
Unlike the previous version, the new model received a number of technical differences and features of the RC211V racing prototype - a new frame, suspension and engine, a new braking system with radial calipers, an electronic steering damper (Honda Electronic Steering Damper - HESD), an injector with dual throttle valves (Dual Stage Fuel Injection - DSFI), etc.
In 2006, the Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade model undergoes restyling, receiving a slightly updated appearance, a modified engine (different cylinder head channels, larger intake valves, increased compression ratio, changed valve timing), a new exhaust, new chassis geometry, different rear suspension settings and increased brakes. discs in front.
In 2008, the model undergoes major changes that affected the appearance and technical part - a new engine, new control unit settings, an updated Ram-Air system, a new exhaust, a slipping clutch with an assistant, a new lightweight frame.
2009 was marked by the appearance of versions with a combined braking system + ABS (such modifications were designated - CBR1000RA).
In late 2011, Honda revamped the Fireblade with a redesigned motorcycle, a new Big Piston front fork, new wheels and a new generation of combined braking software.
In 2014, in addition to the basic version of the motorcycle, Honda launched a "racing" modification on the market - "" Honda CBR1000RR SP "" ". It features original colors, minor changes to the engine, Ohlins suspensions, Brembo monobloc brake calipers and combined ABS in stock.
In 2017, the next update of the Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade was released. The model received a new design, a new version of the engine, an electronic throttle, the ability to select the engine operating mode (Honda Selectable Torque Control - HSTC) and a fuel tank reduced to 16 liters. The Honda CBR1000RR SP is also updated with Ohlins Smart EC electronic suspensions, a titanium fuel tank, a lighter lithium-ion battery and a quick shifter as standard.
The following models were created based on the Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade engine:
Specifications Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade:
|Model||Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade|
|Engine type||4-cylinder, 4-stroke, in-line|
|Working volume||998 cm³|
|Bore / stroke|| 75.0 x 56.5mm - CBR1000RR (2004-2007)
76.0 x 55.1 mm - CBR1000RR (2008+)
|Compression ratio|| 11.9: 1 - CBR1000RR (2004-2005)
12.2: 1 - CBR1000RR (2006-2007)
12.3: 1 - CBR1000RR (2008-2016)
13.0: 1 - CBR1000RR (2017+)
|Number of valves per cylinder||DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder|
|Fuel supply system|| Dual Stage Fuel Injection (DSFI), 4x 44mm
electronic choke - 2017+
|Ignition type||digital transistor|
|Maximum power|| 174.0 hp (128.3 kW) @ 11000 rpm - CBR1000RR (2004-2005)
174.0 h.p. (128.3 kW) @ 11,250 rpm - CBR1000RR (2006-2010)
173.0 h.p. (127.5 kW) @ 10,670 rpm - CBR1000RR (2011-2016)
192.0 h.p. (141.0 kW) @ 13000 rpm - CBR1000RR (2017+)
Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) - 2017+
|Maximum torque|| 103.6 Nm (10.5 kg * m) @ 8500 rpm - CBR1000RR (2004-2005)
104.0 Nm (10.5 kg * m) @ 8500 rpm - CBR1000RR (2006-2010)
106.0 Nm (10.7 kg * m) @ 9500 rpm - CBR1000RR (2011-2016)
114.0 Nm (11.5 kg * m) @ 11000 rpm - CBR1000RR (2017+)
|Front tire size||120/70-ZR17M / C (58W)|
|Rear tire size||190/50-ZR17M / C (73W)|
|Front brakes|| 2 discs, 310mm, 4-piston radial calipers - CBR1000RR (2004-2005)
2 discs, 320mm, 4-piston radial calipers - CBR1000RR (2006+) (Combined ABS - 2009+) (Brembo calipers - CBR1000RR SP)
|Rear brakes||1 disc, 220 mm, 1-piston caliper (combined ABS - 2009+)|
|Front suspension|| 43mm inverted fork (fully adjustable), 110mm travel - CBR1000RR (2004-2010)
43mm Big Piston Inverted Fork (Fully Adjustable), 120mm Travel - CBR1000RR (2011+)
CBR1000RR SP - Ohlins (Smart EC - 2017+)
|Rear suspension|| Pro-Link linkage with monoshock (fully adjustable), 135 mm travel
CBR1000RR SP - Ohlins (Smart EC - 2017+)
|Motorcycle length|| 2035mm - CBR1000RR (2004-2005)
2030 mm - CBR1000RR (2006-2007)
2080 mm - CBR1000RR (2008-2010)
2075 mm - CBR1000RR (2011-2016)
2065 mm - CBR1000RR (2017+)
|Motorcycle width|| 720mm - CBR1000RR (2004-2007, 2017+)
685 mm - CBR1000RR (2008-2016)
|Motorcycle height|| 1120 mm - CBR1000RR (2004-2007)
1130 mm - CBR600RR (2008-2010)
1135 mm - CBR600RR (2011-2016)
1125 mm - CBR600RR (2017+)
|Wheelbase|| 1405 mm - CBR1000RR (2004-2007, 2017+)
1410 mm - CBR1000RR (2008-2016)
|Saddle height||820 mm|
|Minimum ground clearance||130 mm|
|Acceleration to 100 km / h||2.95 sec|
|Maximum speed||286 km / h|
|Fuel tank capacity|| 18.0 L - CBR1000RR (2004-2007)
17.7 L - CBR1000RR (2008-2016)
16.2 L - CBR1000RR (2017+)
|Motorcycle weight (curb)|| 210 kg - CBR1000RR (2004-2005)
206 kg - CBR1000RR (2006-2007)
201 kg - CBR1000RR (2008-2010)
211 kg - CBR1000RA ABS (2009-2010)
202 kg - CBR1000RR (2011-2016)
212 kg - CBR1000RA ABS (2011-2016)
196 kg - CBR1000RR (2017+)
The officially declared fuel consumption of the Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade is 5.7 liters per 100 kilometers. The exact value depends on the riding style.