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Honda CBR 400 RR (Racing Replica)

 
Honda CBR 400 RR is the first bike in history of Honda Corp (Japan) to wear a CBR badge. It is the first racing or sports bike in Honda.

 

Honda CBR400RR is related mostly to CBR900RR. The CBR400RR NC23 2001 engine is refined to CBR900RR models which is the last model of the era. So, the engine torque and performance relies to CBR900RR. The two models NC23 and NC29 acquired name Fireblade in year 1994 - 2001. The design was being changed in each models. Later the design was dropped and new release of CBR 600 was introduced.

 

Honda CBR400RR is often considered as CBR600RR due to its overall performance and design. Honda is after all the best sounding machines.

 

Honda CBR400RR specifications (Catalog):

Manufacturer Honda (Japan)
Also called CBR400F, CBR400R, CBR400RR
Production 1983–1994

2001 (CBR NC23 400RR)
2013–present (CBR400R)

Class Sport / Racing bike
Engine 399 cc (24.3 cu in) air-cooled DOHC16v inline=4 (four cylinder)
Bore / stroke 55.0 mm × 42.0 mm (2.17 in × 1.65 in)
Top speed 180 km/h (111 mph)[1]
Wheelbase 1,410 mm (55.5 in)
Dimensions W: 650 mm (25.5 in)
 
Seat height 780 mm (30.8 in)
Weight 211 kg (465 lb)[1] (wet)
Fuel capacity 19 l; 4.2 imp gal (5.1 US gal)

 

(Honda CBR400RR NC23 2001)

 

 

(Honda Repsol 400 RR 1995)

 

 

It is estimated that there are only 4 pieces of CBR400RR in Nepal. Above are the two models. The production of these bikes have stopped and they are rare and limited editions.

 

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