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zx12adam


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posted September 27, 2007 10:45 PM        Edited By: zx12adam on 28 Sep 2007 05:48
2008 CBR1000RR specs released

Engine

Liquid-cooled 4-stroke 16-valve DOHC inline-4

Displacement 999.8cm3

Bore x Stroke 76 x 55.1mm

Compression Ratio 12.3: 1

Max. Power Output 130.7kW/12,000min-1 (95/1/EC)

Max. Torque 113.8Nm/8,500min-1 (95/1/EC)

Fuel System


Carburation PGM-DSFI electronic fuel injection

Throttle Bore 46mm

Aircleaner Dry, cylindrical-type paper filter x 2

Fuel Tank Capacity 17.7litres (including 4-litre LCD-indicated reserve)



Electrical System


Ignition System Computer-controlled digital transistorised with electronic advance

Ignition Timing 3.2° BTDC (idle) ~ 45° BTDC (7,500min-1)

Sparkplug Type IMR9C-9HES (NGK); VUH27EC (DENSO)

Starter Electric

Battery Capacity 12V/7AH

ACG Output 350W

Headlight 12V, 55W x 1 (low)/55W x 2 (high)

Drivetrain


Clutch Wet, multiplate with diaphragm spring

Clutch Operation Mechanical; cable-actuated

Transmission Type 6-speed

Frame


Type Diamond; aluminium composite twin-spar



Chassis


Dimensions (LxWxH) 2,075 x 685 x 1,130mm

Wheelbase 1,405mm

Caster Angle 23° 18'

Trail 96.3mm

Turning Radius 3.2m

Seat Height 820mm

Ground Clearance 130mm

Kerb Weight 199kg (F: 105kg; R: 94kg)

Max. Carrying Capacity 180kg

Loaded Weight 379kg


Suspension


Front 43mm inverted HMAS cartridge-type telescopic fork with stepless preload, compression and rebound adjustment, 120mm axle travel

Rear Unit Pro-Link with gas-charged HMAS damper featuring 13-step preload and stepless compression and rebound damping adjustment, 135mm axle travel

Wheels


Type Front Hollow-section triple-spoke cast aluminium

Rear Hollow-section triple-spoke cast aluminium

Rim Size Front 17M/C x MT3.5

Rear 17M/C x MT6

Tyre Size Front 120/70-ZR17M/C (58W)

Rear 190/50-ZR17M/C (73W)

Brakes

Front 320 x 4.5mm dual hydraulic disc with 4-piston callipers and sintered metal pads

Rear 220 x 5mm hydraulic disc with single-piston calliper and sintered metal pads

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DB


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posted September 28, 2007 08:34 AM        
And as UGLY as the 2008 ZX10r
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jimmihaffa


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posted September 28, 2007 09:43 AM        
Not nearly as ugly as the ZX-10R. From some angles, this machine looks great. New exhaust, which I get the impression will be an expensive substitution, as this flattened sideswipe Honda design seems to be pretty integrated. I like the discrete Honda emblem on the tank too, I think that's a nice touch. I think Kawasaki is ready to let go of the tacky Ninja scrawl on the fairing and maybe substitute it with a big green K for a tank or emblem.
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stevewfl


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posted September 28, 2007 01:23 PM        
who cares about looks unless you're trying to win king of the sonic parking lot award.
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ricksgsxr


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posted September 28, 2007 11:37 PM        Edited By: ricksgsxr on 29 Sep 2007 06:39
quote:
who cares about looks unless you're trying to win king of the sonic parking lot award.


Evidently quite a few based on what we see in posts on all bikes the buying public is quite concerned on looks with that said what a facking ugly side and front fairing. Honda what were you thinking? the 06/07 much nicer looking

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