Honda CB1300

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Honda CB1300
Manufacturer Honda
Also called Super Four
Production 1998–
Predecessor Honda CB1000
Engine Inline-4, 16 valve, water-cooled, fuel injected
Bore / stroke 78 mm x 67.2 mm
Compression ratio 9.6:1
Power 100 hp @ 7,500 rpm
Transmission 5-speed
Frame type Steel double cradle

Front: 43 mm cartridge-type telescopic fork with adjustable preload and adjustable compression and rebound damping, 109 mm axle travel

Rear: swingarm, twin "piggy-back" shock absorbers, adjustable for preload and combined compression/rebound damping.

Front 310 x 4.5 mm dual disc with 4-piston calipers Rear 256 x 6 mm dual-piston caliper

Available ABS
Wheelbase 1,515 mm (59.6 in)
Dimensions L: 2,220 mm (87 in)
W: 790 mm (31 in)
H: 1,120 mm (44 in)
Seat height 790 mm (31 in)
Weight 249 kg (549 lb) (dry)
273 kg (602 lb) (wet)
Fuel capacity 21 l (4.6 imp gal; 5.5 US gal)

The CB1300 is a 1,284 cc (78.4 cu in) Honda motorcycle released in 1998 as a successor to the CB1000. Its engine, with minor modifications, came from the Honda X4, released in the previous year. In 2003, the CB1300 received a slightly different engine which lacked cooling fins.

Beginning in 2005, Honda offered two versions of the CB1300: the standard, unfaired model, and the Super Bol D'Or (in Europe the CB1300S), with half fairing.[1]

The CB1300 has never been sold by authorized dealers in the United States or Canada.[2][3] Gray market importers brought in small numbers.


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