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The Official release of the 2005 CBR1000RR

Also an american Honda racing replica.









On the track and on the street, Honda's awe-inspiring CBR1000RR elevates Superbike performance to new heights--a direct result of Honda's championship-winning MotoGP heritage.

Features & Benefits
New for 2005

Exciting new Red/Black, Black/Metallic Silver, Titanium/Black and Repsol Edition.
New CBR(r) Racing logo.
Unique features

Liquid-cooled 998cc inline four-cylinder engine.
Aluminum frame patterned after RC211V MotoGP racer's.
Honda Electronic Steering Damper(tm) (HESD(tm)) for optimum steering effort and stability.
Cassette-type close-ratio six-speed transmission.
Centrally located fuel tank increases mass centralization and allows more compact frame design.
Radial-mounted front brakes.
Center-up exhaust system.
Unit Pro-Link(r) rear suspension and swingarm design inspired by RC211V.
Line Beam Headlight features three-piece reflector design.
Dual Stage Fuel Injection System (DSFI) features two injectors per cylinder.
Aggressive styling based on the championship-winning RC211V MotoGP machine.
Engine/Drivetrain

Liquid-cooled DOHC 16-valve 998cc four-stroke inline four-cylinder engine features bore and stroke dimensions of 75mm x 56.5mm.
Sixteen-valve cylinder head features 29mm intake and 24mm exhaust valves with an 11.9:1 compression ratio for efficient combustion and high horsepower.
Lightweight nutless connecting rods.
Direct shim-under-bucket valve actuation system ensures high-rpm durability and allows 16,000-mile valve maintenance intervals.
Iridium-tip spark plugs improve fuel combustion and performance.
Dual Stage Fuel Injection (DSFI) system features two injectors per cylinder--one upper and one lower--controlled by an ECU that senses rpm and throttle opening. Lower injector enhances rideability while upper injector improves top-end horsepower. At lower rpm only the lower injector is working. At higher rpm, both injectors are activated. The system uses 44mm throttle bodies.
Denso injectors with lightweight valving for faster reaction time and 12 holes per injector improve atomization of fuel mixture for optimum combustion efficiency and power.
Auto-enriching system is integrated into PGM-FI module, eliminating the need for a manual choke.
Forged aluminum pistons with moly surface treatment for reduced friction.
Aluminum composite cylinder sleeves are high-pressure-formed from sintered aluminum powder impregnated with ceramic and graphite. The lightweight composite sleeves provide better wear resistance and superior heat dissipation compared to conventional sleeves.
Electronic ECU provides two digital 3-D fuel injection maps for each cylinder and two digital 3-D ignition maps for cylinder pairs, creating ideal fuel mixture and spark advance settings for superb rideability.
Ram-air system provides a high volume of cool air to the 8.35-liter airbox for linear power delivery and incredible engine performance.
Stainless steel four-into-two-into-one center-up exhaust with twin outlets and titanium core increases lean angle and reduces wind drag.
Liquid-cooled aluminum oil cooler is lightweight and efficient.
Maintenance-free automatic cam-chain tensioner.
Starter gears located on the right side to produce narrow engine and increased lean angle.
Race-spec radiator with 40 percent greater volume compared to CBR954RR.
Eight-plate clutch is compact and tough, featuring durable friction plate material.
Cassette-type, close-ratio six-speed transmission is easily accessible for rapid gear ratio changes and maintenance at the race track.
Durable #530 O-ring-sealed drive chain.
Chassis/Suspension

Lightweight twin-spar aluminum frame borrows RC211V technology.
Aluminum-hybrid rear swingarm is longest in class for superior traction under hard acceleration.
Aluminum subframe is lightweight and easily removed for ease of maintenance.
Honda Electronic Steering Damper (HESD) is a rotary type steering damper that electronically modulates steering damping based on road speed. An ECU unit senses road speed and sends a signal to a solenoid. The solenoid controls an oil pressure relief valve within the damper unit. At slower speeds the relief valve is open, allowing for a free flow of oil through the damper unit, resulting in reduced damping force and lighter steering effort. At higher speeds the flow of oil is restricted, resulting in increased damping force and additional stability. HESD is the first steering damping system that makes it possible to increase high-speed performance while maintaining low-speed handling.
43mm inverted aluminum-slider Honda Multi-Action System(tm) (HMAS(tm)) cartridge front fork features spring preload, rebound and compression damping adjustability, and offers precise action and unparalleled rigidity.
Unit Pro-Link rear suspension system is patterned after RC211V MotoGP racer's. In this system, the upper shock mount is contained within the swingarm rather than the frame. With no top frame-mount for the shock, this unique system reduces negative suspension energy from being transmitted into the frame, allowing optimum frame rigidity and improved rideability out of corners. The HMAS shock offers rebound and compression damping, and spring preload adjustability.
Front brake system features radial-mounted four-piston calipers and 310mm floating discs, and a 220mm rear disc with a single-piston caliper for exceptional stopping power.
Super-light aluminum-alloy hollow-spoke wheels feature race-spec 3.5 x 17-inch front and 6.0 x 17-inch rear dimensions.
Centrally mounted 4.8-gallon fuel tank is positioned low in the frame, increasing mass centralization and allowing a more compact design. This design positions the rider farther forward for optimum handling.
Additional Features

High-capacity, 350-watt AC generator.
High-tech instrument display features tachometer, LCD readouts for speedometer, coolant temperature, odometer, two tripmeters and a clock. A low-fuel LED light and shift indicator light is located in the tachometer.
Line Beam Headlight features three-piece reflector design utilizing two H7 bulbs for optimum light distribution and unique compact design.
New CBR Racing logo.
LED taillights for improved appearance.
Plastic tank shell cover protects tank and airbox.
One-piece fan assembly increases cooling efficiency.
Convenient ignition switch/fork lock for added security.
Folding aerodynamic mirrors.
Handlebar switches and controls use internationally approved ISO graphic symbols.
Convenient push-to-cancel turn signal switch.
Maintenance-free battery.
Transferable one-year, unlimited-mileage limited warranty; extended coverage available with a Honda Protection Plan.
Ownership includes one-year complimentary membership in the Honda Rider's Club of America(tm) (HRCA(r)). Benefits include: discounts, travel benefits, roadside assistance, one year complimentary subscription to Honda Red Rider(tm) magazine, access to HRCA Clubhouse Web site (www.hrca.honda.com), access online to Honda Common Service Manual. For HRCA details, call 1-800-847-HRCA.
Available accessories

Passenger Seat Cowl (Color-matched).


Specs below.
Model: CBR1000RR

Engine Type: 998cc liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder
Bore and Stroke: 75mm x 56.5mm
Compression Ratio: 11.9:1
Valve Train: DOHC; four valves per cylinder
Carburetion: Dual Stage Fuel Injection (DSFI)
Ignition: Computer-controlled digital transistorized with three-dimensional mapping
Transmission: Cassette-type, close-ratio six-speed
Final Drive: #530 O-ring-sealed chain
Suspension
Front: 43mm inverted HMAS cartridge fork with spring preload, rebound and compression damping adjustability; 4.7 inches travel
Rear: HMAS Pro-Link single shock with spring preload, rebound and compression damping adjustability; 5.3 inches travel
Brakes
Front: Dual full-floating 310mm discs with four-piston radial-mounted calipers
Rear: Single 220mm disc with single-piston caliper
Tires
Front: 120/70ZR-17 radial
Rear: 190/50ZR-17 radial
Wheelbase: 55.6 inches
Rake (Caster Angle): 23.75o
Trail: 102mm (4.0 inches)
Seat Height: 32.5 inches
Dry Weight: 396 pounds
Fuel Capacity: 4.8 gallons, including 1.06-gallon reserve
Colors:
Red/Black
Black/Metallic Silver
Titanium/Black
Repsol Edition: Black/White/Orange with graphics package
 

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**** YEA... that **** is NIIICE... im seriously thinking about trading in the 600... gotta find out how much insurance is gona go up.. prolly a lot since im 20 and in LA... duno but thats one sweet ass biike
 

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CBRiderRR said:
... gotta find out how much insurance is gona go up..
I ask my insurance agent about getting a liter bike and she told me my rate will basically double.

I'll wait a few years, I just love that Repsol color. was planning to paint my 600rr that color.
 

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Those orange wheels have to go ....... give me a Repsol with black wheels and I`d be alot more interested.
I may go see about putting some $ down on that all red AMA rep later this week though.
 

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mtc said:
Those orange wheels have to go ....... give me a Repsol with black wheels and I`d be alot more interested.
I may go see about putting some $ down on that all red AMA rep later this week though.
+1 to that i was thinking the same bout the wheels
 

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I can't believe they are still making this bike a 2 seater :???: At least they should give you an option of a complete rear cowl with no seat.

I know I would buy one.....
 

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Originally posted by mtc:
Those orange wheels have to go ....... give me a Repsol with black wheels and I`d be alot more interested.
I may go see about putting some $ down on that all red AMA rep later this week though.




+1 to that i was thinking the same bout the wheels
Come on guys then it wouldnt be a REPLICA bike then. Im not much of a fan for orange, but with the whole package it looks good and wait until they show up in the dealers they will be even hotter in person.
 

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RRpilot said:
Originally posted by mtc:
Those orange wheels have to go ....... give me a Repsol with black wheels and I`d be alot more interested.
I may go see about putting some $ down on that all red AMA rep later this week though.




+1 to that i was thinking the same bout the wheels
Come on guys then it wouldnt be a REPLICA bike then. Im not much of a fan for orange, but with the whole package it looks good and wait until they show up in the dealers they will be even hotter in person.

Your right, it does look good... and will no doubt be stunning in person, but just like having white wheels, they`ll be a PITA to keep looking halfway clean. I wipe my bike down after every ride, including the wheels, but I dont want to have to do a full wheel detail after every ride. We all know how much road dirt gets into the nooks and crannys of the wheels. Dont get me wrong, I`m not completely anal about keeping the bike spotless, but black wheels are alot easier to keep looking good. Besides, the red one is alot closer to being a real replica, seeing as how Honda races the 1000RR in those colors.

Funny thing too...look at that last pic, the red, blue and silver one. That bike just looks smaller, what with the 3 colors and the different paint lines and all. Look at it compared to the Repsol rep. I know the photo angles are different and all but the Repsol looks bigger, so do the other US painted bikes compared to the last 2 pics. I would really like that last one if the wing was black instead of blue.
 
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