Honda Fireblade CBR1000 RR
News about the Honda CBR1000 RR Fireblade

Oct
13

Check out this link for the Honda CBR1000 Video and we are running a poll here on the 2008 Fireblade Photos It would appear the new model is growing on people. Many people think it looks better than the 2008 GSXR – The most popular still seems to be the Yamaha R1  as far as looks are concerned.

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Sep
06

http://www.fireblades.org/forums/general-discussion/59136-2008-cbr1000rr-unveiled.html

Aug
06

Exhaust patents have surfaced on the net that confirm the 2008 cbr1000 rr will be an inline 4 and not a V4 or V5 configuration. The popular school of thought is now a “stubby” exhaust and significant weight reduction. Honda is doing a pretty good job at keeping any news on the 08 fireblade under wraps! Check out more news on the CBR1000 RR forums

Jul
12

For CBR1000RR modifications one of the best things you can do is see where the smart money is being spent. Most owners are going to change the exhaust as a first step, maybe look at suspension adjustments or replacement items but how do you know which parts to choose? When you get into aftermarket products their are numerous choices so the bes thing you can do is spend some time on http://www.fireblades.org and ask the guys with the hands on experience what works best and exactly what is going to give you the performance gains that your after. For the CBR1000 and the CBR600 it’s about the best place online.

Jun
26

In wet and tricky conditions Casey Stoner recovered from a horror start to take the Donnington round of the motoGP. He now extends his lead in the champoinship to 26 points clear of next placed Valentino Rossi. RSS

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Donington Grand Prix result:
1. C Stoner (Aus) Ducati, 51 mins 40.739 secs
2. C Edwards (US), Yamaha, 51:52.507
3. C Vermeulen (Aus) Suzuki, 51:56.417
4. V Rossi (It) Yamaha, 52:02.566
5. J Hopkins (US) Suzuki, 52:16.257
6. R de Puniet (Fr) Kawasaki, 52.17.213
7. A Barros (Brz) Ducati, 52:18.833
8. D Pedrosa (Sp) Honda, 52:19.731
9. A Hofmann (Ger) Ducati, 52:19.978
10. M Melandri (It) Honda, 52:42.265

Jun
21

Repsol Fireblade

The Repsol CBR1000 RR is in showroom condition just fancy paintwork. It does not differ from the regualr fireblade in any other way than the paintwork. It is a real head turner! The example in the picture is far from a standard machine – one of the best looking 1000 cc machines around.

Jun
20

Honda CBR900 RR

Honda CBR900RR

CBR929RR

CBR 929 RR

CBR954RR CBR1000 RR

Jun
20

Engine Capacity – 998cc or 60.90ci

Configuration – In line 4cyl

Compression ratio = 12.21

Dual Stage Fuel Injection

Gearbox = 6 speed manual final drive is chain

 Dry Weight = 176kg

More detailed CBR1000RR specifications 

0 – 60 mph = 3.3 seconds

400m 1/4 mile – about or less than 10 seconds

Jun
20

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These are some very cool rides – we are not sure what sort of bikes they were, we just were not paying attention..

Jun
20

Honda CBR1000 RRWe are aligned with www.fireblades.org which is a Honda motorcycle owners forum. On fireblades forums you will find over 17,000 members and over 500,000 posts related to the Honda range of motorcycle. In the main the forum caters for the CBR 600 and the CBR 1000 RR however you will still find a wealth of information on the other models that includes articles and model specifications.  There are also photo galleries with over 6000 images. Other topics up for discussion are the technical aspect, riding gear, tools and storage, towing and transport. Honda offroad is also catered for as are the other makes of motorcycles. Check out the classifeds marketplace for buying and selling of bikes and equipment. You will find ride reports and photos  from track to drag racing and off road. Fireblades is a gobal site with members from all over the world so make sure you come and check it out!