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TERMIGNONI® exhaust systems for Honda®
While the CBR 1000 RR Fireblade seems to be an evolution of its predecessor, it is indeed an entirely new machine that presents Honda in 2017. In the end, the CBR 1000 RR is a competitive machine compared to the competition with in particular a leading "electronics": HSTC control system more efficient adjustable independently of the anti-Wheeling, throttle control ride-by-wire more lively at the go-around and softer to cut. The original Bosch ABS is both more efficient and has gained a few pounds. Unfortunately, the 1000 RR is still without shifter, very surprising considering the claims of Honda compared to competitors.
The design has also been revised with sharper lines in keeping with the efficiency and renewed aggressiveness of the Fireblade.
On the mechanical side, the 999cc block with the same bores x races wins 11 horses in part thanks to the increase in the compression ratio to 13: 1. This is fine but it does not allow the CBR 1000 RR to enter the clan 200 horsepower and more (BMW S 1000 RR, Suzuki GSXR 1000 RR, Kawasaki ZX-10 R, Ducati V4 and Yamaha YZF R1).
Finally the Honda CBR 1000 RR Fireblade gains 15 kg on the scale thanks to a work of slimming which has covered everything down to the smallest detail like the length of the screws! As can be seen, the CBR 1000 RR has not been designed as its competitors, here no ultimate performance that restricts the use to certain Elite. On the other hand, the CBR 1000 RR proves to be a very homogeneous set, in keeping with the Honda spirit, so very efficient and very exploitable but also very effective.
Termignoni looked at the impressive and relatively heavy CBR 1000 RR exhaust system despite the use of titanium. Thus, the manufacturer Transalpin with multiple world titles proposes for the CBR 1000 RR a range Slip on which is declined in the two versions SO1 (reference H159094SO01) which is the conical version titanium with carbon end and SO2 (reference H159094SO02) which is the version GP Style "classic with all round carbon silencer.
Just ten years after the release of its first CB 1000 R roadster, whose aggressive style was out of sync with the usual classicism of its models, the world's number one Honda continues to innovate with this new version of its "streetfighter" whose look is out of sync with all that currently exists in terms of design and style. Just could we find some common points with some Ducati models.
Obviously, the engine comes from the CBR 1000 RR, but it has been sluggish. However, we can not say that it has lost its character since the CB 1000 R 2018-2019 gains nearly 20 horses compared to the previous model. That's good enough, especially as the engine block to keep (and even won) in character with a higher torque and delivered earlier and longer by the CB 1000 R than in its RR version.
To exhibit its mechanics as much as possible - which mainly characterizes its style - the CB 1000 R uses a central beam frame or "backbone" "Monobackbone", now made of steel while it was aluminum on the previous model. Is this choice dictated by concerns of economy? Is this really an evolution? We are entitled to ask the question. On the other hand, a lot of work has been done to gain weight since almost 12 kg have been won. 20 more horses, 12 kg less, suddenly, the weight / power ratio increases by almost 20% giving the CB 1000 R a temperament break with its rather wise look. Roadster lovers already enjoy it.