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Honda CBR600 Hurricane

 

 

 

 

CBR600F 1987-1990

The Honda CBR600F began production in 1987. It was known as the Hurricane and was a full fairing sport bike with an inline 4 cylinder, liquid cooled, DOHC, 16 valve engine that had 85 hp, and a six-speed transmission.

 

 

Honda CBR600F2



CBR600F2 1991-1994

Introduced in 1992, the CBR600F2 was the second generation of the successful Honda 600 series sport bikes. Aside from a new look with more modern body work the F2 produced an additional 15hp more than the first generation.

 

CBR600F3 1995-1998

The F3 replaced the F2 in 1995 with an improved engine, ram-air intakes, and upgraded Cartridge style forks.

 

 

Honda CBR600F4

CBR600F4 1999-2000

The CBR600F4 was last version of the of the 600 series to be produced with a carbureted fuel system. To pay homage to the two Senior Product Developers killed during the production of the F4, Honda embossed "Dedicated to Super Evaluators Dirk Vandenberg and Josef Boyd" in raised letters on the inside of the upper fairing.

 

CBR600F4I 2001-2006

In 2001 Honda released an upgraded version of the popular F4 that had many revisions and upgrades to the engine, chassis, and body work. One of the biggest changes for the 2001 model year was the introduction of fuel injection. With the goal of becoming more competitive in the middle weight sport bike class, Honda worked diligently to reduce unsprung weight and to improve handling and performance. Honda also changed the headlight to a dual lens setup to replace the aging single headlight design.



CBR600RR

The CBR600RR or Race Replica was the most advanced 600 class sport bike Honda has ever released. It was one of the first bikes with most of the available MotoGP technologies installed on the production model. The Honda CBR600RR had an extremely successful racing career winning every Super Sport World Championship from 2002-2008. Even though the first version of the CBR600RR was way ahead of it's time Honda continued to upgrade and improve the design and performance to keep it at the top of the podium. In 2003 Honda released the first version of the CBR600RR or "Race Replica". The new 600RR wasn't just a name change with a few refinements, it was an entirely new design with many Moto-GP influences. In the eleven years the CBR600RR has been in production, there's been a lot of technology to finds it way from the track into the production of this beautiful bike. Unit Pro-Link Rear Suspension, Dual Stage Fuel Injection, Under tail exhaust, Anti Lock Brakes and Electronic Steering Dampers are just a few performance parts that Honda started building into this bike as stock parts.

 

 

 

 

Honda CBR600RR

CBR600RR 2005-2006

In 2005 Honda gave the CBR600RR more aggressive styling and a redesigned Aluminum Frame, Swing Arm and rear shock. The front forks were also upgraded to a fully adjustable inverted design.


CBR600RR 2007-2008

In 2007 Honda released the totally redesigned CBR600RR that weighed in at 20lbs less than the previous model. With the 600cc power-plant reaching the limits of available power, Honda focused most of their energy into reducing the curb weight of bike by redesigning lighter and stronger components. The power output was increased to 105hp while careful design features allowed engineers to reduces the engines weight by over four pounds. The frame was also redesigned using a new die-casting method that allowed the engineers to produce a slimmer and lighter frame with additional rigidity. The 2007 Honda CBR600RR was the first 600 series sport bike to include an electronic steering damper (HESD) from the factory.

 

 

 

 

Honda CBR600RR Black

CBR600RR 2009-2012

In 2009 Honda offered combined ABS as an option for riders who wanted the best braking performance available. The combined ABS helped balance the front/rear braking bias to provide maximum stopping power without risking wheel lock. To increase torque Honda revised the exhaust, pistons, and cylinder head for better performance. The bodywork was also updated to reduce wind noise and increase high speed stability. The revisions in 2009 carried the bike all the way to the release of the 2013 model with little more than BNG or bold new graphics.


CBR600RR 2013 

In 2013 Honda introduced C-ABS (electronic combined antilock braking system) as standard for all CBR600RR models. The new model produced a bit more power thanks to the revised ECU programming and Dual Stage fuel injection. The front and rear bodywork and lighting were updated to provide better aerodynamics and brighter lighting. The front fork was upgraded to the Showa 41mm Big-Piston design and the rear shock was retuned to improve handling response. New twelve spoke wheels were introduced to reduce unsprung weight and provide a more modern look to the refreshed model.

 

 

2014 Honda CBR 600RR



CBR600RR 2014

The 2014 model saw the Showa big piston front forks replaced with the HMAS Honda Multi-Action System inverted design. The new HMAS Forks allowed more precise suspension adjustment and improved damping abilities thanks to smaller internal piston design and higher oil viscosity. To improve handling even further Honda eliminated the rear shock top frame mount to isolate the chassis from surface deviations. This change provided more consistent tire to road contact which improved traction and provided better handling. The HSED (Honda Electronic Steering Damper) also received an update for the 2014 model making it the best handling CBR600RR to ever hit the streets.

Honda CBR 600 Specs

Tires, Battery, and Spark Plug

Honda CBR 600 Specs

1987-1990 CBR 600 F (Hurricane)

Front Tires 110x80x17

Rear Tires 130x80x17

Battery YTX9-BS

Spark Plug DPR8EA-9

Honda CBR 600 Specs

1991-1994 CBR 600 F2

(Super Sport)

Front Tires 120x60x17

Rear Tires 160x60x17

Battery YTX9-BS

Spark Plug CR9EH-9

Honda CBR 600 Specs

1995-1998 CBR 600 F3

(Super Sport)

Front Tires 120x60x17

Rear Tires 160x60x17

Battery YTX9-BS

Spark Plug CR9EH-9

Honda CBR 600 Specs

1999-2000 CBR 600 F4

Front Tires 120x70x17

Rear Tires 180x55x17

Battery YTX9-BS

Spark Plug CR9EH-9

Honda CBR 600 Specs

2001-2006 CBR 600 F4i

Front Tires 120x70x17

Rear Tires 180x55x17

Battery YTZ10S

Spark Plug IMR9C-9H

Honda CBR 600 Specs

2003-2008 CBR 600 RR

Front Tires 120x70x17

Rear Tires 180x55x17

Battery YTZ10S

Spark Plug IMR9C-9HE (2003-2004)

Spark Plug IMR9C-9HES (2005-2008)

Honda CBR 600 Specs

2009-2012 CBR 600 RR/RA (ABS)

Front Tires 120x70x17

Rear Tires 180x55x17

Battery YTZ10S

Spark Plug IMR9C-9HES

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