Honda CBR150R

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The Honda CBR150R small sports motorcycle appeared in Thailand in 2002 and was aimed at sales in developing Asian countries. The model was not officially supplied to developed countries, but some of the motorcycles ended up in them through the efforts of private importers.

In 2010, the model is undergoing a restyling, receiving visual features Honda VFR1200F and fuel injection system. The size of the wheels increases, and the dashboard becomes digital.

In 2015, the Honda CBR150R is redesigned and features Honda CBR600RR. On the technical side, the model has practically not changed in any way.

For 2017, the model gets exterior changes and a new, longer-stroke engine again.

Of the key features of the Honda CBR150R, a steel diagonal frame, simple suspensions in the form of a conventional telescopic fork and mono-shock absorber, a 1-cylinder liquid-cooled engine and an injection power system (since 2010), a 6-speed gearbox and from 123 kg of curb weight should be distinguished.

The main competitors of the Honda CBR 150 in the class:

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Honda CBR150R (2002-2009)
Honda CBR150R (2010-2014)
Honda CBR150R (2015-2016)
Honda CBR150R (2017+)


Specifications

Specifications Honda CBR150R:

Model Honda CBR150R
Motorcycle type sports
Release year 2002+
Frame steel
Engine type 1-cylinder, 4-stroke
Working volume 149 cm³
Bore / stroke 63.5 x 47.2 mm - CBR150R (2002-2016)

57.3 x 57.8 mm - CBR150R (2017+)

Compression ratio 11.0: 1
Cooling liquid
Number of valves per cylinder DOHC, 4 valves
Fuel supply system Carburetor, 1x 25mm - CBR150R (2002-2009)

Injector (PGM-Fi), 1x - CBR150R (2010+)

Ignition type CDI - CBR150R (2002-2009)

fully transistorized - CBR150R (2010+)

Maximum power 18.3 h.p. (13.4 kW) @ 10,500 rpm - max. power for CBR150R (2002-2016)

17.1 h.p. (12.6 kW) @ 9000 rpm - CBR150R (2017+)

Maximum torque 12.6 Nm (1.3 kg * m) at 8500 rpm - max. moment for CBR150R (2002-2016)

13.7 Nm (1.4 kg * m) @ 7000 rpm - CBR150R (2017+)

Gearbox 6-speed
Drive type chain
Front tire size 80 / 90-17M / C (44P) - CBR150R (2002-2009)

100 / 80-17M / C (52P) - CBR150R (2010+)

Rear tire size 100 / 80-17M / C (52P) - CBR150R (2002-2009)

130 / 70-17M / C (62S) - CBR150R (2010+)

Front brakes 1 disc, 276 mm, 2-piston caliper
Rear brakes 1 disc, 220 mm, 1-piston caliper
Front suspension 37mm telescopic fork, 109mm travel
Rear suspension Pendulum with monoshock (adjustable preload), stroke - 120 mm
Motorcycle length 1910mm - CBR150R (2002-2009)

2000 mm - CBR150R (2010-2014)

1995 mm - CBR150R (2015-2016)

1983 mm - CBR150R (2017+)

Motorcycle width 652mm - CBR150R (2002-2009)

825 mm - CBR150R (2010-2014)

711 mm - CBR150R (2015-2016)

694 mm - CBR150R (2017+)

Motorcycle height 1065mm - CBR150R (2002-2009)

1120 mm - CBR150R (2010-2014)

1117 mm - CBR150R (2015-2016)

1039 mm - CBR150R (2017+)

Wheelbase 1286mm - CBR150R (2002-2009)

1305 mm - CBR150R (2010-2014)

1296 mm - CBR150R (2015-2016)

1309 mm - CBR150R (2017+)

Saddle height 776mm - CBR150R (2002-2009)

795 mm - CBR150R (2010-2014)

793 mm - CBR150R (2015-2016)

787 mm - CBR150R (2017+)

Minimum ground clearance 172mm - CBR150R (2002-2009)

190 mm - CBR150R (2010-2014)

160mm - CBR150R (2015-2016)

166 mm - CBR150R (2017+)

Acceleration to 100 km / h 4.9 sec
Maximum speed 130 km / h
Fuel tank capacity 10.0 L - CBR150R (2002-2009)

13.0 L - CBR150R (2010-2014)

13.2 L - CBR150R (2015-2016)

12.0 L - CBR150R (2017+)

Motorcycle weight (curb) 123 kg - CBR150R (2002-2009)

138 kg - CBR150R (2010-2014)

143 kg - CBR150R (2015-2016)

135 kg - CBR150R (2017+)

Fuel consumption

The officially declared fuel consumption of the Honda CBR 150 is 2.85 liters per 100 kilometers. The exact value depends on the riding style.

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