Honda CBR 1000 RR 2011

A Honda Electronic Steering The Honda CBR also uses an innovative Pro Link rear suspension. In the chassis department, Honda’s CBR1000RR superbike benefits from a unique frame casting process as used on the Honda CBR6000RR, which minimizes the individual number of pieces that make up its frame. Other innovations on the CBR1000 include Honda’s proprietary Ignition Interrupt Control System and unique cam assist slipper clutch system.

Powering the motorcycle is a compact 999cc liquid  cooled Inline Four that utilizes such technologies as Dual Stage Fuel Injection (DSFI) and a low slung MotoGP style exhaust system. In its current iteration, the Honda CBR has slimmed down significantly and now benefits from numerous technical innovations derived from the Honda’s participation in the MotoGP world championship with the Honda RCV211 MotoGP motorcycle. But unfortunately it came at a cost of additional weight. When first released the CBR1000 was known for its powerful engine, aggressive look and high build quality.

The Honda CBR1000RR is a return to the type of philosophy that made the original CBR900RR so popular: Take the performance envelope and make it big, make it encompass more than just one aspect of the riding experience. The Honda CBR1000RR is a return to the type of philosophy that made the original CBR900RR so popular: Take the performance envelope and make it big, make it encompass more than just one aspect of the riding experience. Originally released as a 2004 model, the CBR 1000RR represents the current evolution from the CBR954RR, CBR929RR and CBR900RR sportbikes that came before it.  The Honda CBR1000RR is the pinnacle of Honda’s open class sport motorcycle development.