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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-24-2008, 02:21 PM Thread Starter
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2009 cbr 600rr






• Changes to piston, cylinder head and exhaust which lead to improved torque from 8,000-12,000rpm for increased engine flexibility and driveability
• Fairing improvements to enhance stability and reduce wind noise
• Electronically controlled Combined ABS for better braking performance along with increased safety and all-round rider confidence (optional)
• 184kg kerb weight to keep the machine the lightest in its class


Colors:

Graphite Black / Italian Red
Graphite Black / Bright Lime Green Metallic
Pearl Sunbeam White / ''''Tricolour'''' (White/Red/Blue)
Pearl Sunbeam White / Electric Blue fairing (Limited Edition)


Engine:

For 2009, changes have been made to the piston, cylinder head and muffler to increase the torque delivery in the range of revs between 8000-12000 rpm, with an impressive 3.5% increase in torque at 10,000rpm. This all-important extra “mid-range” gives improved drive out of corners both on track and on the road, increasing the flexibility of the motor and making the CBR600RR both faster and easier to ride. The engine also gets an innovative new high resistance valve lifter, specially developed for reduced surface pressure and maximum durability. This was achieved by replacing the conventional casting with a nitride compound layer plus an oil pit. The titanium exhaust has been redesigned, particularly the tailpipe and inner pipe shape. It also receives a new popup valve system, the same as the one used in the CBR1000RR Fireblade.


Equipment:

Honda Ignition Security System (HISS)
The CBR600RR is secured by Honda’s highly effective HISS anti-theft system. A fail-safe electronic interlock prevents the engine from being started with anything other than the motorcycle’s two original keys. Totally disabling the engine at the very heart of its ignition system, the system cannot be bypassed by either hot-wiring the ignition or exchanging the ignition switch module.


Video: Honda''''s ABS CBR600RR explained


Check out these sites for more info and pictures:

hondaitalia.com (High Res Images)
TopSpeed
MCN motorcycle news


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Is it just me or it looks like the RSV4? Of course the RSV4 looks nicer, but it seems like they took some of Honda's design.



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Is it just me or it looks like the RSV4? Of course the RSV4 looks nicer, but it seems like they took some of Honda's design.

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it's very spindly looking, very angular.

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its amazing the 600 looks sooo much better then the 1000


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post #7 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-24-2008, 03:28 PM
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Not a big fan of the color choices this year, the classic red/black looks good, the blue/white I like but also think it's a bit flashy.

As far as the performance I'm sure it will be very nice out on the track just like the last couple of years. I still am considering getting one in the future for a track bike.


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I like it, but it's still a honda



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Does anyone know if an RSV4 would fit a taller person. Like 6'2''-6'3''.
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