Honda CBR900RR Fireblade (CBR919RR, CBR929RR, CBR954RR)

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Honda CBR954RR Fireblade

The Honda CBR900RR Fireblade motorcycle series was introduced in 1992. The reason for the appearance of the model was the desire of Honda to offer the market a sports model with a displacement engine, but which would be comparable in weight and handling with medium-sized motorcycles. By the way, at that time there were practically sports tourists in this class - yes, the dynamic characteristics were very impressive, but the high curb weight and long wheelbase significantly worsened (by sports standards) handling and led to the fact that lighter six hundred were bypassed by the race track of more cubature brothers precisely due to the higher speed in the corners.

This is how the first model in the lineup was introduced - the Honda CBR900RR Fireblade.

In 1995, the model undergoes a slight restyling, receiving different headlights ("fox eyes"), a compression adjustment of the front fork, a magnesium valve cover and other changes aimed at making the motorcycle lighter. The speedometer received an electronic drive and took readings from the drive shaft.

Since 1996, the model has been updated to a new version - Honda CBR919RR Fireblade . In addition to visual changes (in particular, a new headlight), the model receives a new engine, while increasing maximum power and torque characteristics, a new cartridge fork and a stainless muffler. Work has also been done to further reduce the weight of the motorcycle. In 1998, the model receives larger brake discs and new calipers.

In 2000, the model undergoes a major restyling, updating to the next version - the Honda CBR929RR Fireblade. In addition to the exterior, the model gets a new engine, electronic fuel injection, an inverted fork, front wheels of the usual size (17 '), an LCD speedometer and a HISS immobilizer. The diameter of the front brake discs is increased to 330 mm.

By 2002, the model undergoes the last change and changes its name to - "" Honda CBR954RR Fireblade "". The model gets a new look, a new engine, a titanium exhaust and an LED brake light.

2003 was the last year of production of the model, after which it finally left the market, giving way to a new model - Honda CBR1000RR.

Main competitors in the class:

Photos

Honda CBR900RR Fireblade (1995)
Honda CBR919RR Fireblade
Honda CBR929RR Fireblade


Specifications

Specifications Honda CBR900RR Fireblade:

ModelHonda CBR900RR Fireblade
Motorcycle typesports
Release year1992-2003
Framealuminum
Engine type4-cylinder, 4-stroke, in-line
Working volume893 cm³ - CBR900RR

919 cm³ - CBR919RR

929 cm³ - CBR929RR

954 cm³ - CBR954RR

Bore / stroke70.0 x 58.0mm - CBR900RR

71.0 x 58.0 mm - CBR919RR

74.0 x 54.0 mm - CBR929RR

75.0 x 54.0mm - CBR954RR

Compression ratio11.0: 1 - CBR900RR

11.1: 1 - CBR919RR

11.3: 1 - CBR929RR

11.5: 1 - CBR954RR

Coolingliquid
Number of valves per cylinderDOHC, 4 valves per cylinder
Fuel supply systemCarburetor, 4x 38mm - CBR900RR, CBR919RR

Injector (PGM-Fi), 4x 40mm - CBR929RR

Injector (PGM-Fi), 4x 42mm - CBR954RR

Ignition typedigital transistor
Maximum power124.0 h.p. (91.0 kW) @ 10,500 rpm - CBR900RR

128.0 h.p. (95.0 kW) @ 10,500 rpm - CBR919RR

148.0 h.p. (109.0 kW) @ 11000 rpm - CBR929RR

151.0 h.p. (111.0 kW) @ 11,250 rpm - CBR954RR

Maximum torque89 Nm (9.0 kg * m) @ 8500 rpm - CBR900RR

91 Nm (9.3 kg * m) @ 8500 rpm - CBR919RR

102 Nm (10.3 kg * m) @ 9000 rpm - CBR919RR

105 Nm (10.7 kg * m) @ 9500 rpm - CBR919RR

Gearbox6-speed
Drive typechain
Front tire size130/70-ZR16 (61W) - CBR900RR, CBR919RR

120/70-ZR17M / C (58W - CBR929RR, CBR954RR

Rear tire size180/55-ZR17 (73W) - CBR900RR, CBR919RR

190/50-ZR17 (73W) - CBR929RR, CBR954RR

Front brakes2 discs, 296mm, 4-piston calipers - CBR900RR, CBR919RR (1996-1997)

2 discs, 310mm, 4-piston calipers - CBR919RR (1998-1999)

2 discs, 330 mm, 4-piston calipers - CBR929RR, CBR954RR

Rear brakes1 disc, 220 mm, 1-piston caliper
Front suspension45mm Telescopic Fork, 110mm Travel (Preload & Rebound Adjustable) - CBR900RR (1992-1994)

45mm Telescopic Fork, 110mm Travel (All Adjustments) - CBR900RR (1995), CBR919RR

43mm inverted telescopic fork, 110mm travel (all adjustments) - CBR929RR, CBR954RR

Rear suspensionSwingarm with monoshock (adjustable), stroke - 125 mm - CBR900RR, CBR919RR

Swingarm with monoshock (adjustable), stroke - 135 mm - CBR929RR, CBR954RR

Motorcycle length2055mm - CBR900RR, CBR919RR

2065 mm - CBR929RR

2025 mm - CBR954RR

Motorcycle width675mm - CBR900RR, CBR919RR (1996-1997)

685 mm - CBR919RR (1998-1999)

680 mm - CBR929RR, CBR954RR

Motorcycle height1115mm - CBR900RR (1992-1994)

1130 mm - CBR900RR (1995), CBR919RR (1996-1997)

1135 mm - CBR919RR (1998-1999), CBR954RR

1125 mm - CBR929RR

Wheelbase1400mm - CBR900RR, CBR919RR

1395 mm - CBR929RR, CBR954RR

Saddle height800mm - CBR900RR

810 mm - CBR919RR

820 mm - CBR929RR, CBR954RR

Minimum ground clearance130mm - CBR900RR, CBR929RR, CBR954RR

140mm - CBR919RR

Acceleration to 100 km / h3.13 sec. - CBR900RR

3.22 sec. - CBR919RR

2.88 sec. - CBR929RR, CBR954RR

Maximum speed254 km / h - CBR900RR

230 km / h - CBR919RR

265 km / h - CBR929RR

280 km / h - CBR954RR

Fuel tank capacity18.0 l
Motorcycle weight (dry)185 kg - CBR900RR

183 kg - CBR919RR (1996-1997)

180 kg - CBR919RR (1998-1999)

172 kg - CBR929RR

168 kg - CBR954RR

Motorcycle weight (curb)206 kg - CBR900RR

205 kg - CBR919RR (1996-1997)

203 kg - CBR919RR (1998-1999)

197 kg - CBR929RR

195 kg - CBR954RR

Fuel consumption

Average official fuel consumption for the Honda CBR900RR Fireblade is 5.88 liters per 100 kilometers. The exact value depends on the riding style.

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