How fast is a 2003 Honda CBR600RR?
|Top speed & performance|
|Max torque||49 ft-lb|
|Top speed||160 mph|
|1/4 mile acceleration||11.4 secs|
|Tank range||135 miles|
Are Honda CBR600RR reliable?
The Honda CBR600RR is considered one of the most reliable motorcycles in the 600cc sportbike class. That said, the 600RR is a popular choice for track riders, and track bikes can see a level of abuse that shortens their lifespan compared to bikes ridden at more modest RPMs.
Is a 2003 Honda CBR600RR fuel injected?
Unique CBR600RR Features Dual Stage Fuel Injection system features two injectors per cylinder. High-revving engine redlines at 15,000 rpm. New-style centre-up exhaust system. Centrally located fuel tank increases mass centralization and allows more compact frame design.
Is the Honda CBR600RR a good bike?
Read the most recent 2009-2013 Honda CBR600RR review. Clever rear system mounts the Honda CBR600RR shock in the swingarm like a MotoGP bike. While not the lightest in its class, the Honda CBR600RR’s a superb handling motorcycle. Quick steering yet pretty stable on a smooth track with huge angles of lean achievable. Brakes are hard to fault too.
What is the Honda CBR RR?
The first of the ‘full-on’ CBR models, the RR owes much of its design to Honda’s RC211V MotoGP bike. As well as boasting a hollow die-cast frame, the RR has the same style of Unit Pro-Link swingarm as the RCV and even comes with an underseat pipe and almost identical styling.
Does the Honda CBR600RR have stainless downpipes?
Like so many fuel injected Hondas, the Honda CBR600RR doesn’t manage many MPG. The Honda CBR600RR’s no match for the Hondas of 15 years ago (when less environmentally friendly but more durable paints were in use) but still a well finished motorcycle. ’05 onwards Honda CBR600RRs have stainless downpipes.
When did the Honda CBR600RR get radial brake calipers?
The first generation of CBR600RR was updated in 2005 when Honda armed it with the latest ‘must have’ accessory of radial brake calipers alongside inverted forks and slight engine modification aimed at boosting its mid-range.