The top speed of a 2008 Honda CBR1000RR is 190 miles per hour. In 2012, a modified CBR1000RR reached a speed of 265 miles per hour. The 2012 CBR1000RR can drive a quarter-mile in 10 seconds, making it the tenth fastest full-production motorcycle in a quarter-mile race, as of 2012.
Check out the latest honda cbr review, specs, prices, photos and videos articles: news (51), reviews (46), photos (83), videos (25), prices, specifications and so much more on top speed!
Honda carries its CBR1000RR superbike, a.k.a. ’Fireblade’, into 2018 with little in the way of changes from last year.That’s hardly surprising given the scope and scale of the revisions done ...
The CBR1000RR, marketed in some countries as the "Fireblade", is a 998 cc (60.9 cu in) liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder sportbike, introduced by Honda in 2004 as the 7th generation of the CBR series of motorcycles that began with the CBR900RR in 1992.
The top speed of a CBR1000RR is about 187mph, the same as all other superbikes these days. This is result of a self-imposed speed restricition by the motorcycle companies to keep their bikes ...
The 2013 Honda CBR1000RR motor bike has a top speed of at least 185 miles per hour, and can go from zero to sixty miles per hour in just over two seconds. share with friends.
The top speed of a 2003 Honda CBR600RR is 162.2 miles per hour. The bike cruises from 60 miles per hour to 80 miles per hour in 4.23 seconds, and from 80 miles per hour to 100 miles per hour in 4.28 seconds.
9. Honda CBR 1000 RR (top speed 300 km/h) Honda's CBR1000RR has long been the ultimate Superbike for experienced aficionados, and the 2015 CBR1000RR is really something special. First off, we're celebrating Honda MotoGP rider Marc Marquez's back-to-back World Championships with some special graphics packages on the standard and SP models.
The top speed with stock gearing at 13,000 RPM for '08 and up (if you can reach it) is 184.6 MPH. The limit you see displayed is not any kink of governor etc. It's just the max speed it's programmed to display, you can accelerate past that IF the bike is capable.
Most tracks in my area, you'll never get to the rev limiter in 6th gear because the straights aren't long enough and if you gear for speed then you're going to loose acceleration, and you need that acceleration to be fast in the turns...exactly where you'll kick a lot of 1000cc bike's asses...top speed doesn't mean much at many tracks.