Honda CBR600F

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The Honda CBR600F sports motorcycle model dates back to 1987 and the Honda CBR600F Hurricane model. The model was distinguished by a steel frame, narrow wheels and a maximum power of 87 hp.

In 1991, the motorcycle was updated to the next generation - the Honda CBR600F2 . In addition to the updated appearance, the model receives a new engine (maximum power increased to 100 hp), new wheels, suspensions and carburetors.

In 1995, a new generation appears - Honda CBR600F3 . It gets a more modern look, new suspensions, larger front brake discs, and an increased engine compression ratio.

In 1999, the next generation of the model was the Honda CBR600F4. The model gets a lot of changes - a new look, an aluminum frame, new adjustable suspensions, a wider rear wheel, a new braking system with 4-piston front calipers, a new engine (maximum power 110 hp), new carburetors.

In 2001, the model undergoes the last restyling with the release of the most popular model in the series - the Honda CBR600F4i. The main difference from the previous version was the use of an injector (PGM-Fi). Other changes affected overall dimensions, weight (1 kg lighter), increased fuel tank capacity (from 17 to 18 liters), gearbox ratios and generator power (increased from 343 to 433 W).

2006 was the last year of production of the Honda CBR600F4i, after which it finally left the market. In 2011, Honda decides to resurrect the series by building a new generation, the Honda CBR600F. This model was built on the basis of the latest generation Honda CB600F Hornet and is very different from the previous generation CBR600F.

In 2013, the Honda CBR600F is discontinued, giving way to a new model - Honda CBR650F.

The main competitors of the Honda CBR600F in the class:

Photos

Honda CBR600F Hurricane
Honda CBR600F2
Honda CBR600F3


Specifications

Specifications Honda CBR600F:

ModelHonda CBR600F
Motorcycle typesports
Release year1987-2013
FrameDouble Tube (Steel) - CBR600F1-F3

Double tube, box type (aluminum) - CBR600F4, F4i

Cast Aluminum - CBR600F (2011-2013)

Engine type4-cylinder, 4-stroke, in-line
Working volume598 cm³
Bore / stroke63.0 x 48.0mm - CBR600F Hurricane

65.0 x 45.2mm - CBR600F2, F3

67.0 x 42.5mm - CBR600F4, F4i, CBR600F (2011-2013)

Compression ratio11.0: 1 - CBR600F Hurricane

11.6: 1 - CBR600F2

12.0: 1 - CBR600F3, F4, F4i, CBR600F (2011-2013)

Coolingliquid
Number of valves per cylinderDOHC, 4 valves per cylinder
Fuel supply systemCarburetor, 4x 32mm - CBR600F Hurricane

Carburetor, 4x 34mm - F2

Carburetor, 4x 36mm - F3

Carburetor, 4x 36.5mm - F4

Injector (PGM-Fi), 4x 38mm - F4i, CBR600F (2011-2013)

Ignition typedigital transistor
Maximum power87.0 h.p. (64.0 kW) @ 11000 rpm - CBR600F Hurricane

100.0 h.p. (73.5 kW) @ 12000 rpm - CBR600F2, F3

110.0 h.p. (81.0 kW) @ 12,500 rpm - CBR600F4, F4i

102.0 h.p. (75.0 kW) @ 12000 rpm - CBR600F (2011-2013)

Maximum torque60 Nm (6.1 kg * m) @ 8500 rpm - CBR600F Hurricane

64 Nm (6.5 kg * m) @ 10,500 rpm - CBR600F2, F3

62 Nm (6.3 kg * m) @ 10,000 rpm - CBR600F4, F4i

65 Nm (6.6 kg * m) @ 10,500 rpm - CBR600F (2011-2013)

Gearbox6-speed
Drive typechain
Front tire size110/80-V17 - CBR600F Hurricane

120/60-ZR17 - CBR600F2, F3

120/70-ZR17 - F4, F4i, CBR600F (2011-2013)

Rear tire size130/80-V17 - CBR600F Hurricane

160/60 ZR 17 - CBR600F2, F3

180/55 ZR 17 - CBR600F4, F4i, CBR600F (2011-2013)

Front brakes2 discs, 276mm, 2-piston calipers - CBR600F Hurricane, F2

2 discs, 296mm, 2-piston calipers - CBR600F3

2 discs, 296mm, 4-piston calipers - CBR600F4, F4i

2 discs, 296 mm, 2-piston calipers (optional - ABS) - CBR600F (2011-2013)

Rear brakes1 disc, 220mm, 1-piston caliper - CBR600F Hurricane, F2, F3, F4, F4i

1 disc, 240 mm, 1-piston caliper (optional - ABS) - CBR600F (2011-2013))

Front suspension37mm Telescopic Fork, 130mm Travel - CBR600F Hurricane

41mm Telescopic Fork - CBR600F2

41mm HMAS Telescopic Fork (adjustable preload and rebound damping), 118mm travel - CBR600F3

43 mm HMAS telescopic fork (fully adjustable), 120 mm travel - CBR600F4, F4i

41mm Inverted Fork (preload & rebound damping adjustable) - CBR600F (2011-2013)

Rear suspensionSwingarm with monoshock (adjustable preload), stroke - 110 mm - CBR600F Hurricane

Swingarm with monoshock (adjustable preload and rebound damping) - CBR600F2

Swingarm with monoshock HMAS (fully adjustable), stroke - 120 mm - CBR600F3, F4, F4i

Swingarm with monoshock (adjustable preload) - CBR600F (2011-2013)

Motorcycle length2130mm - CBR600F Hurricane

2020 mm - CBR600F2

2055 mm - CBR600F3

2060 mm - CBR600F4

2041 mm - CBR600F4i

2150 mm - CBR600F (2011-2013)

Motorcycle width685 mm
Motorcycle height1115mm - CBR600F Hurricane

1130 mm - CBR600F2, F4

1135 mm - CBR600F3, F4i

1150 mm - CBR600F (2011-2013)

Wheelbase1410mm - CBR600F Hurricane

1405 mm - CBR600F2, F3

1390 mm - CBR600F4

1386 mm - CBR600F4i

1435 mm - CBR600F (2011-2013)

Saddle height770mm - CBR600F Hurricane

810 mm - CBR600F2, F3, F4, F4i

800 mm - CBR600F (2011-2013)

Minimum ground clearance140mm - CBR600F Hurricane, F2

130 mm - CBR600F3

135mm - CBR600F4, F4i, CBR600F (2011-2013)

Acceleration to 100 km / h3.0-3.5 sec
Maximum speed210 km / h - CBR600F Hurricane, F2

250 km / h - CBR600F3, F4, F4i

220 km / h - CBR600F (2011-2013)

Fuel tank capacity16.5 L - CBR600F Hurricane

16.0 L - CBR600F2

17.0 L - CBR600F3, F4

18.0 L - CBR600F4i

18.4 L - CBR600F (2011-2013)

Motorcycle weight (dry)182 kg - CBR600F Hurricane

186 kg - CBR600F2

184 kg - CBR600F3

169 kg - CBR600F4

168 kg - CBR600F4i

Motorcycle weight (curb)201 kg - CBR600F Hurricane

205 kg - CBR600F2

206 kg - CBR600F3, CBR600F (2011-2013)

197 kg - CBR600F4

196 kg - CBR600F4i

211 kg - CBR600F ABS (2011-2013)

Fuel consumption

Average official fuel consumption for the Honda CBR600F is 5.88 liters per 100 kilometers. The exact value depends on the riding style and technical condition of the motorcycle.

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