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Honda CB1000R

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honda cb1000r

This Honda CB1000R vehicle turns out to be manufactured from the hands of Honda. This vehicle belongs to the class naked bike range. The engine of the vehicle is nothing but the 998cc which is even a liquid cooled and also the vehicle is 4 strokes based. Also, the vehicle is fitted with 16 valves DOHC inline 4 based. The transmission of the vehicle is 6 speed transmissions. The rake and the trail is just 99 mm. The wheelbase of the vehicle is 1445 mm. The seat height of the vehicle 825 mm. The weight of the vehicle is 220 kg. The engine is the detuned version of CBR1000RR, which is capable of producing 125bhp. The suspension present in front is 43mm inverted option based on the HMAS cartridge type which has the telescopic fork which is fitted with the compression adjustments. The rear option is mono shock which is fitted with HMAS dumper. 

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