Honda CBR650F review

Honda CBR650F review
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Sporty performance and handling, comfort and practicality – the new CBR650F delivers it all. Compact and refined to the last detail, the CBR650F’s DOHC torquey liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder engine produces responsive acceleration that instantly gets the blood pumping from low revs right up to the 11,000rpm red line. PGM-FI fuel injection delivers reactive throttle feel and good fuel economy.

The CBR650F’s fairing purposely reveals the engine, giving it that street sport edge. But it also provides wind protection for longer journeys and of course, shares the distinctive CBR family style. And there’s more than a hint of Honda racing DNA about the minimal tail unit and short exhaust muffler.
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LED front position lights and tail-light provide clear visibility. Large twin digital screens including fuel gauge, clock and trip computer lit by a white backlight make an attractive, clear and functional display. The CBR650F ‘s completely new inline four-cylinder engine is developed to deliver plenty of low to mid-range torque, 64kW peak power and good fuel economy.

Twin lightweight steel elliptical spars with tuned rigidity balance give the frame its strength and rider feedback. The 41mm telescopic forks deliver accurate front end control and feel, while the preload adjustable rear monoshock works through a sculpted aluminium swingarm.

Twin 320mm wavy front discs are gripped by powerful dual-piston calipers and Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) as standard.

Engine

Bore × Stroke (mm) 67 x 46 mm
Carburation PGM-FI electronic fuel injection
Compression Ratio 11.4: 1
Engine Displacement (cm3) 649
Engine Type Liquid-cooled 4-stroke 16-valve DOHC Inline-4
Max. Power Output 64 kW / 11,000rpm
Max. Torque 63 Nm / 8,000 rpm
Starter Electric

Wheels

Brakes Front 320 x 5 mm dual hydraulic disc with dual-piston calipers and sintered metal pads (two-channel ABS)
Brakes Rear 240 x 5 mm hydraulic disc with single-piston caliper and resin mold pads (two-channel ABS)
Suspension Front 41mm conventional telescopic fork, 120mm stroke
Suspension Rear Monoshock damper with adjustable preload, 43.5 mm stroke
Tyre Size Front 120 / 70 – ZR17 M/C
Tyre Size Rear 180 / 55 – ZR17 M/C
Wheels Front Hollow-section 12-spoke cast aluminium
Wheels Rear Hollow-section 12-spoke cast aluminium

Dimensions and Weights

Battery Capacity (VAh) 12V-8.6AH
Dimensions (L×W×H) (mm) 2110 x 755 x 1145
Frame type Steel diamond
Fuel Capacity (Litres) 17.3 litres
Fuel Consumption 59.3 mpg (WMTC mode)
Ground Clearance (mm) 130
Headlights 55/55W
Kerb Weight (kg) 211
Seat Height (mm) 810
Trail (mm) 101 mm
Weight (kg) 211
Wheelbase (mm) 1450

Transmission

Clutch Wet, multiplate with coil springs
Final Drive #525 O-ring sealed chain
Gearbox 6-speed
Transmission Type 6-speed

 

Post source : honda.co.uk

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