|Engine||598 cc inline-4|
|Power||85 hp (63 kW) @ 11,000 rpm (claimed)|
|Torque||59 N·m (44 lbf·ft) @ 8,500 rpm (claimed)|
6-speed, chain drive
|Wheelbase||1,410 mm (55.5 in)|
|Dimensions||L: 2,050 mm (80.7 in)
W: 685 mm (27.0 in)
|Seat height||770 mm (30.3 in)|
|Weight||180 kg (397 lb) (dry)
199 kg (439 lb) (wet)
|Fuel capacity||16.5 L (3.6 imp gal; 4.4 US gal)|
The Honda CBR600F, known as the 'Hurricane' in the US market, is a sports motorcycle, part of the CBR series made by Honda from 1987 to 1990. In Austria and Mexico, a smaller version, the CBR500F was marketed. In 2011, Honda released an all-new model of the same name. The original CBR600F along with the CBR750F and CBR1000F was Honda's first inline four-cylinder, fully faired sport bike. It had a liquid-cooled 85 hp (63 kW) DOHC 16-valve engine, and a six-speed transmission. The Honda Hurricane was introduced as the newest style of sport bike.
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|Engine||599 cc (36.6 cu in) DOHC inline-four engine with 4 carburetors|
|Bore / stroke||65 mm × 45.2 mm (2.56 in × 1.78 in)|
|Ignition type||CDI, 2 coils, wasted spark|
|Transmission||12 plate wet clutch, 6-speed, O-Ring sealed chain|
|Suspension||Front: 130 mm/43 mm Rear: 110 mm Pro-Link|
|Brakes||Front: 276 mm dual disk, 2 piston caliper Rear: 220 mm single disk, 1 piston caliper|
|Tires||Front: 120/60-17 Rear: 160/60-17|
|Wheelbase||1,405 mm (55.3 in)|
|Dimensions||L: 2,010 mm (79 in)
W: 695 mm (27.4 in)
|Seat height||810 mm (32 in)|
|Fuel capacity||16 l (3.5 imp gal; 4.2 US gal)|
The Honda CBR600 F2 is a motorcycle that was made by Honda from 1991 to 1994. It was introduced to replace the CBR600 Hurricane, or F1, and was considered one of Honda's most modern and innovative sport bikes when it was released. Development of the second generation CBR began in early 1989. Hurricane LPL Ishikawa would lead the development of the new bike, known internally as MV9, but which was also called the F2, an alphanumeric that would become its official name: CBR600F2.
The F2's development began with meetings to discuss concepts and sketches for the new bike. A few months later, an F2 prototype was produced. Painted black, the meaner-looking bike is faster and sleeker looking than the more blocky first generation bike, and test results are superior. The bike struck a balance that no other bike at the time could achieve.[neutrality is disputed] Few motorcycles in the 1990s had the performance ability of the F2, and the model is still widely ridden on streets and racetracks around the world.
|Engine||599 cc (36.6 cu in) liquid-cooled in-line four|
|Bore / stroke||65.0 mm × 45.2 mm (2.56 in × 1.78 in)|
|Top speed||153 mph (246 km/h)|
|Power||90.2 hp (67.3 kW) |
|Torque||43.0 lb·ft (58.3 N·m) |
|Transmission||Close ratio six-speed, chain drive|
|Rake, trail||25.2°, 94.0 mm (3.70 in)|
|Wheelbase||1,400 mm (55.3 in)|
|Dimensions||L: 2,055 mm (80.9 in)
W: 685 mm (27.0 in)
|Seat height||810 mm (32 in)|
|Weight||206 kg (454 lb) (Honda service manual) (wet)|
|Fuel capacity||17 litres; 3.7 imperial gallons (4.5 US gal)|
The CBR600F3 is the third generation of the CBR600F series. It replaced the F2, and was produced from 1995 to 1998. It had a modified engine, ram-air intake and cartridge forks. The 1997 and 1998 models also came with a deeper oil pan, sleeker tail fairings, seat and tail light, and a revised engine head netting about a 5 hp gain over 95/96 models. The CDI and ram-air system were also revised to allowed for smoother throttle curve over the 95/96 models, which could sometimes be jerky. The last made 1998 models came with another revised engine head which resulted in a slight power gain. In 1999, it was replaced by the CBR600 F4.
In 1996 and 1998 the CBR600F3 was also sold in "Smokin' Joe's Replica" versions in the USA, Canada and Australia (1998 only).
Cycle World tested the F3's acceleration from 0 to 60 miles per hour (0 to 97 km/h) at 3 seconds and 0 to 1⁄4 mile (0.00 to 0.40 km) at 10.9 seconds at 125.28 mph (201.62 km/h). Motorcycle Consumer News recorded a 0 to 60 mph time of 3.7 seconds and a 1⁄4 mile time of 11.03 seconds at 124.06 mph (199.66 km/h)
|Engine||599 cc Straight-4|
|Top speed||155 mph (249 km/h)|
|Power||96.2 hp (71.7 kW) (rear wheel)|
|Torque||43.6 lb·ft (59.1 N·m) (rear wheel)|
|Transmission||6-speed, chain drive|
|Wheelbase||1,395 mm (54.9 inches)|
|Seat height||810 mm (31.9 inches)|
|Weight||170±1 kilogram (374.8 pounds) (dry)
436 lb (198 kg) (wet)
The words, "Dedicated to Super Evaluators Dirk Vandenberg and Josef Boyd", are embossed in raised letters on the inside of the Honda CBR600F4's upper fairing. This dedication was made because two of Honda R&D's senior product developers were killed during the final testing of this model.
|Engine||599 cc (36.6 cu in) DOHC four valves per cylinder water-cooled inline-four|
|Bore / stroke||67.0 mm × 42.5 mm (2.64 in × 1.67 in)|
|Top speed||156 mph (251 km/h)|
|Power||81 kW (109 hp) @ 12,500 rpm,
90.1 hp (67.2 kW) at rear wheel
|Torque||63 N·m (46 lbf·ft) @ 10,000 rpm,
40.2 lb·ft (54.5 N·m) at rear wheel
|Transmission||Wet clutch, 6-speed, chain drive|
|Frame type||Aluminum twin-spar, box-section|
|Rake, trail||24.0°, 96 mm (3.8 in)|
|Wheelbase||1,390 mm (55 in)|
|Seat height||805 mm (31.7 in)|
|Weight||370 lb (170 kg) (dry)
440 lb (200 kg) (wet)
|Fuel capacity||4.8 US gallons (18 l; 4.0 imp gal)|
|Fuel consumption||36.7 mpg-US (6.41 L/100 km; 44.1 mpg-imp)|
The Honda CBR600F4i is a sport bike that was produced by Honda from 2001 to 2006. In 2004, a one-piece “banana” seat replaced the split seat. Clip-on bars mounted above the top fork clamp gave the bike a seating position that Jerry Smith of Motorcyclist called "less contorting than other bikes in the class".
In 2011, Honda released a new CBR600F model. It shares most of the components of the naked CB600F 'Hornet', but wraps it in a multi-layered full fairing that lowers drag and protects the rider from windblast. It also retains a similar relaxed seating position to minimise rider fatigue. The 2011 CBR600F also shares the engine of the highly revised CB600F model that came out in April 2007. This engine is a detuned version of that which is available in the 2007 CBR600RR giving a maximum output power of approximately 102 bhp (76 kW) at 12000RPM and 65Nm of Torque at 10500RPM.
The Honda CBR650F is a sport touring motorcycle, part of the Honda CBR series, manufactured by Honda for their global market. It was released in 2014 alongside its naked sibling, the CB650F. It was launched in 2015 in India. It is powered by a liquid-cooled four-stroke 648.7 cc (39.6 cu in), DOHC, 16-valve, inline-four engine.Though bike is new from the ground up. The motor which looks a lot like a early model rr is aimed at more mid range and low end than your typical 600 supersport. It has about the same specs as a F2. And like the F2 it has a steel twin spare frame. With a wet weight much like the F2 as well at 460 lb (210 kg)..
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All specifications are claimed by the manufacturer unless otherwise specified.
|Model||Honda CBR600F||Honda CBR600F2||Honda CBR600F3||Honda CBR600F4||Honda CBR600F4I||Honda CBR600F||Honda CBR650F|
|Engine displacement||599 cc (36.6 cu in)||649 cc (39.6 cu in)|
|Bore||65.0 mm × 45.2 mm (2.56 in × 1.78 in)||67.0 mm × 42.5 mm (2.64 in × 1.67 in)||67.0 mm × 46.0 mm (2.64 in × 1.81 in)|
|Power||85.8 hp (64.0 kW) @ 11,000 rpm (claimed)||85.8 hp (64.0 kW) @ 11,000 rpm (claimed)|
|Torque||44 lbf·ft (60 N·m) @ 8,500 rpm (claimed)||47 lbf·ft (64 N·m) @ 8,000 rpm (claimed)|
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