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05 CBR 600 RR 100bhp restriction removal

Hello!

I just bought a 05 Honda CBR 600 RR and was terrified when I found out that it was restricted by factory to 100 bhp (for some european markets...)

Any info on how to remove this,will fitting a power comm. help?
It has stock exaust...

Thanks!

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Hello!

I just bought a 05 Honda CBR 600 RR and was terrified when I found out that it was restricted by factory to 100 bhp (for some european markets...)

Any info on how to remove this,will fitting a power comm. help?
It has stock exaust...

Thanks!

T.
who told you the bike is restricted this is the 1st time i hear of such a case
the power commander is not about HP gains but how smoother the fuel delivery and responsive the bike will be



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What the heck is that crap about? Never heard of that one. I'm cranking out 104 according to the dyno printout.

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VERY nice bike!

Well,for some EU countries there is an 100bhp version so younger guys can drive,there is an age restriction (under25),fo example Germany...

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so is japan.

i believe some japanese bikes are restricted for the same reason.

and i believe changing out the ecu from a nonrestricted unit will remedy that problem. do not quote me on that though coz i have not worked on restricted bikes. ive only heard of them.

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