Monday, September 26, 2011

CBR600RR's wet weight down by 22 lb (10.0 kg)

The design that we show (found by journalists from Visordown ) reveals the technical layout of the next generation of medium-sized super sport made ​​by Honda.
The suspicion that this is the future CBR600RR is real and goes hand in hand with the hypothesis that this model will be the basis for the bike that Honda will field in the championship of Moto2.
Moto2 in the future should become attractive for other manufacturers (and not just for the frame builders), similar to what is happening now for the unborn Moto3.
In 2005, the CBR600RR received a major revision with new bodywork, fully adjustable inverted front forks, race-inspired disc brakes with radial-mounted four-piston calipers, and an entirely new aluminum frame, swingarm and rear shock. The midrange power was also increased. These changes along with additional refinements to the engine and exhaust system all came together to bring CBR600RR's wet weight down by 22 lb (10.0 kg), and dry weight by 9 lb (4.1 kg) Except for new color schemes, the 2006 model was unchanged from the 2005 model.

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