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Even though the CBR1000RR goes unchanged this year it doesn’t take anything away from the bike that has been well-known for the most potent package Honda has ever put together under the CBR nameplate. Is the 2015 CBR1000RR the highest horsepower liter bike you can buy? Is it going to win every single 1000 cc bike shootout for 2015?
It is and will go down as one of the easiest 1000 cc sport bikes to ride fast though if you read any review that includes the current generation CBR1000RR. Does it have the traction control and wheelie control nanny-type electronics you find on many bikes these days? Personally, that’s one thing I still like about the CBR whether it be the 600 or 1000. It’s all personal preference though when it comes to electronics as some prefer them and some don’t. The CBR1000RR rewards riders who appreciate this machine’s unparalleled feeling of transparent connectedness, and who prefer to rely on their own skills as a method of traction control. Time and time again in comparison tests and races the CBR1000RR has shown it’s still a competitive machine and is a force to be reckoned with even again its competition equipped with electronic interventions, and the reason is simple: Fast laps on a track, like good times on the street, have more to do with a machine’s overall balance and rideability than anything else.
That’s the secret to the CBR1000RR’s long-time popularity. Case Ih Manual 1056 Xl. I’ll save the rest of my personal opinions for later and let’s get to the facts about the 2015 CBR1000RR Fireblade that you came here for Contents: • 1 Introduction • 2 Styling • 3 Key features • Engine / HP & TQ • Chassis / Frame / Suspension • 4 Accessories • 5 Quick recap (For those in a hurry) • 6 Technical specifications 1. Introduction The original 1992 Honda CBR900RR Fireblade created a revolution in open class Super Sport motorcycle design.
Its combination of big-hitting liter-bike power and light, middleweight-size chassis created a breathtaking – yet very useable – riding experience on open road or closed circuit. From 2004 to date the CBR1000RR’s story is one of constant evolution and development. Honda’s ‘Total Control’ concept – a design philosophy running continuously through every single model – has resulted in a motorcycle in total balance, combining exceptional performance and handling with a satisfying ability to extract the very best from every rider. Recent changes to the CBR1000RR focus on sharpening what is arguably the most critical component in a motorcycle designed for sporting use: chassis performance. Granted, big-time horsepower always holds its own attractions and the CBR1000RR pours out huge quantities of horsepower and torque right in the midrange where literbike aficionados want it to be-after all, what’s the point of having a peaky big-bore bike? However, it’s the ultra-responsive middleweight-style handling that truly allows this large-displacement sportbike to shine. Starting with a tried and proven four-piece Fine Die-Cast twin-spar aluminum frame, Honda’s development team focused their efforts on incorporating innovative chassis components, specifically a new-concept rear shock, Big Piston Fork, 12-spoke cast aluminum wheels that provide even more rigidity.
In doing so, they were able to markedly expand the CBR1000RR’s handling prowess and enhance its braking and traction characteristics. In addition, recently tweaked bodywork follow the layered fairing concept that aids aerodynamic flow to create a large still-air pocket around the rider while also helping draw air through the cooling system. An integrated chin spoiler in the nose also reduces aerodynamic lift at speed, thereby improving handling, and the overall package lends a more aggressive appearance. In 2014 the CBR1000RR Fireblade was updated with improved peak power and mid-range torque, revised riding position and added the track-focused CBR1000RR Fireblade SP to the CBR model lineup that makes another appearance for 2015 as well. The model will not be covered in this write-up though as it deserves its own special page to cover all of the features that set it apart. Invalid Displayed Gallery 2.
STYLING Styling Design Based on key phrases such as “compact, lightweight, mass concentration” that have been notable features of successive generations of CBR-RR, themes of “speed” and “dynamic” have been increasingly integrated to further highlight the machine’s racing image. These qualities of “speed” and “dynamism” have been highlighted further by the use of a wedge-shaped theme and sharp character lines at the front of the bike. With a line-beam headlight and air intake shapes adding even greater sharpness, the new CBR1000RR offers a novel and intrepid front face. Front Cowl Introducing wind to cool the engine and perform highly-efficient air management, the side cowl and lower cowl that constitute the front cowl have an intricately worked surface shape to allow truly nimble handling. As a power accent on the simple cowl design, the vertical slit inherited from its predecessors built into the side cowl gives a feeling of tension in the overall styling.
And the chin spoiler formed as a single unit on the front cowl allows exquisite airflow control, to improve handling even further. Layer Cowl This cowl has a new layered configuration of an outer cowl with a wide open slit and a rigid inner cowl extending from the bottom to the top. The cowl ensures a large opening to significantly increase a rider’s comfort and riding comfort. Cowl weight is reduced, rigidity is ensured, and a dynamic form is created. Invalid Displayed Gallery 3.
KEY FEATURES 3.1 Engine The lightweight and compact, liquid-cooled DOHC inline 4-cylinder engine features a bore and stroke set at 76mm x 55.1mm and a total displacement of 999cm3 with compression ratio of 12.3:1. A nickel-silicon carbide (Ni-SiC) surface treatment on the cylinder walls reduces friction and ensures reliability even in extreme conditions. And along with remarkable output characteristics, the engine is extremely lightweight. In addition to adopting from the previous model the Programmed Dual Sequential Fuel Injection System (PGM-DSFI), cultivated by racing technology, the engine also features a supported material with high absorbability for the catalyzer in the exhaust pipe and muffler, for a high-output engine with cleaner exhaust emissions. The 2015 CBR1000RR horsepower rating comes in at 175.7 HP (131kW) and arrives at 12,250 RPM; torque peaks with 82.6 lb ft TQ delivered at 10,500 RPM. * 2015 CBR1000RR SP Repsol 178.4 HP (133kW) and 84 lb ft TQ delivered at the same RPM. As ever, the all-round usability of such a potent engine – especially throttle control at partial openings – has been a principal factor for Honda’s engineers.
Key is the Programmed Dual Sequential Fuel Injection system (PGM-DSFI). Re-mapped to match the revised cylinder head and uprated power and torque output, PGM-DSFI delivers precise fuelling and an accessible power delivery, especially at low speeds and low rpm, where response is particularly refined, predictable and progressive. At throttle openings of up to 25% the PGM-DSFI delivers relatively fine and consistent changes in power and torque output – perfect for extracting maximum drive at full lean. As throttle openings become larger, the changes in output are progressively greater and the overall result is an engine that responds with great accuracy to rider throttle input, giving superb feel from the rear tyre and highly usable, linear acceleration.
The MotoGP-derived slipper clutch ensures full power transmission together with ultra-smooth gear shifting and light feel at the lever. In the critical hard braking, back-shifting corner-entry phase it decreases the torque passed from engine to the rear wheel, reducing the chance of traction loss and increasing stability.
Invalid Displayed Gallery Assist Slipper Clutch The 2015 CBR1000RR is fitted with an assist slipper clutch with the same specifications as its predecessor, of the same type as that loaded in the RC212V, making smooth engagement possible. By assisting with clutch capacity at times when even greater transmission capacity is needed for the clutch such as when accelerating, the assist slipper clutch allows smoother shifting and even lighter clutch operation with no need for a powerful clutch spring. In those instances when excessive back torque from engine braking is generated such as when decelerating, this back torque is reduced, contributing to a decrease in the burden on the rider. Rideability To make a super sports model that is even easier to handle for even more fun sports riding, the PGM-DSFI settings were revisited.
Specifically, when the throttle starts to open from fully closed in roads conditions such as when riding on winding roads, cornering at low speeds or riding on steep banks, the settings were changed for even greater road-holding feel for the rear tire. Thanks to extensive analysis of real situations, the CBR1000RR achieves particular controllability at a throttle opening angle of one-quarter or less. Changes in output for different throttle openings have been precisely adjusted, resulting in refined output characteristics and improved throttle operation. Moreover, for traction performance, changes in output have been set very small in the early stages of throttle operation, and to gradually grow larger when opening the throttle further.