Honda CBR600RR 2013 with New Features

2013 Honda CBR600RR is a merger between the bike street with the bike on the track. With increasing engine performance, handling and aerodynamic without changing the unique ability so comfortable when driving.
You can not miss bodywork the new aggressive of the Honda CBR600RR which reduces wind resistance by 6,5 % which is the inspiration of Honda RC213V MotoGP. A new suspension is Showa Big Piston fully adjustable and 12-spoke alloy wheels from the CBR1000RR combined with aluminum frame and aluminum lightweight  upgrade swingarm to improve the handling of heavy loads generated during cornering or braking hard.
New features CBR600RR 2013:
  • Redesigned, there is a ram air intake system and improve the ECU and PGM-DSFI Setting deliver more power at high RPM and throttle response improved in the high rpm range.
  • New 41mm Showa Big Piston Fork (BPF) fitted with a larger damper piston produce a damping force on the internal pressure lower to allow for smoother fork action and responsive. Can be adjusted for spring preload adjustability plus compression and rebound damping.  
  • Unit Pro-Link rear suspension was revised with new damper settings to deliver good overall performance.
  • Using the knowledge gained from Honda RC212V MotoGP racing program, aerodynamic improvements made ​​to CBR600RR suggests a decrease of 6.5 percent over wind collision the previous model.

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