Honda CBR900RR Fireblade (1993)

Make Model: Honda CBR 900RR Fireblade


Year: 1993
Engine: Four stroke, transverse four cylinder, DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder
Capacity: 893 cc / 54.5 cub. in
Bore x Stroke: 70 x 58 mm
Compression Ratio: 11.0:1
Cooling System: Liquid cooling
Lubrication: Wet sump
Exhaust: 4 into 2 into 1
Induction: 4 x 38 mm Keihin CV carbs
Ignition: Electronically triggered
Starting: Electric
Clutch: Wet, multiple discs, cable operated
Max Power: 89.7 kW / 122 hp @ 10500rpm
Max Power Rear Wheel: 86.0 kW / 116.9 hp @ 10500rpm
Max Torque: 88 Nm / 9.0 kg fm / 64.9 lb.ft @ 10000rpm
Transmission: 6 Speed
Final Drive: Chain, 108 links
Gear Ratio: 1st 2.77 / 2nd 2.00 / 3rd 1.58 / 4th 1.40 / 5th 1.25 / 6th 1.17:1
Frame: All-aluminum twin-spar frame with a heavily braced aluminum swingarm
Front Suspension: 45mm Showa cartridge, adjustments for spring preload, rebound damping adjustable
Front Wheel Travel: 120 mm / 4.7 in.

Rear Suspension: Pro-Link, one Showa damper, wheel travel, adjustments for spring, preload, rebound damping, compression damping
Rear Wheel Travel: 120 mm / 4.7 in.
Front Brakes: 2x 296 mm discs 4 piston calipers
Rear Brakes: Single 220mm disc 1 piston caliper
Front Tyre: 130/70 ZR16
Rear Tyre: 180/55 ZR17
Wheelbase: 1405 mm / 55.3 in.
Rake: 24 degrees
Trail: 89 mm / 3.5 in.
Dimensions: Length 2055 mm / 80.9 in Width 685 mm / 27.0 in Height 1110 mm / 43.7 in
Wheelbase: 1405 mm / 55.3in
Seat Height: 810 mm / 31.9 in.
Dry Weight: 185 kg / 408 lbs
Wet Weight: 206 kg / 454 lb
Fuel Capacity: 18 Litres / 4.8 US gal
Braking 60 km/h / 37 mph – 0: 12.1 m / 39.7 ft.
Braking 100 km/h / 62 mph – 0: 36 m / 118 ft.
Average Consumption: 6.4 l/100 km / 15.5 km/l / 36.5 mpg
Standing 1/4 mile: 10.3 sec / 211.5 km/h / 131.4 mph
Top Speed: 264 km/h / 164 mph

Colours: Yellow/Blue/Grey, Blue/Red/White, Black. Red/Black
Road Test: Honda CBR600RR INMOTO 1992 Moto Sprint Group Test 1993
Overview 1992 1993 Designed by Tadao Baba, the first Fireblade broke new ground in terms of power and weight, decimating the 750cc sportsbike opposition with its agile handling and over-capacity motor. c In 1989, Honda tested both a 749cc and 893cc Blade prototype. c Baba insisted on using conventional and not inverted forks as they were lighter, so he designed a set ofconventional forks that looked like upside-down ones. c Honda claimed the controversial 16in front wheel (130/70 ZR16) was a weight-saving feature. c The drilled fairing and cowl were claimed to aid aerodynamics and further reduce weight. c The Fire Blade name came about after a mistranslation of its intended name of Lightning. :


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