2012 Honda CBR600RR New Power

By eliminating the frame-mounted top shock mount, Unit Pro-Link isolates the chassis from bumps, resulting in more precise handling and better traction. Developed on Honda CBR600RR championship-winning MotoGP bikes, it's a perfect example of the CBR's superior engineering. All-new, electronically controlled Combined ABS distributes brake force over both wheels, helping to maintain braking confidence in less than ideal conditions. The system electronically measures rider input on the brake lever and pedal and applies only the front or rear brake in some cases, or combines both brakes in other situations.

2012 Honda CBR600RR
2012 Honda CBR600RR
2012 Honda CBR600RR
The CBR600RR uses radial-mounted monoblock front-brake calipers. This construction makes the caliper stiffer, and that means you get better brake feel for more linear, powerful stopping.  Each caliper also uses four chromium-plated aluminum pistons for smooth, friction-free operation. The Honda Multy Action Sytem (HMAS) cartridge fork features an exclusive internal piston construction.  The innovative design employs smaller-diameter pistons to keep oil velocity high for improved damping characteristics and an expanded range of adjustability.  The result: you get more precise suspension performance, especially over smaller surface irregularities.

The CBR600RR two sets of injectors per cylinder ensure both low- and high-rpm performance. You get near instantaneous high-rpm response, along with great low-rpm metering and clean running. Nose mounted, two-stage ram air system provides a high volume of cool air to the airbox, for linear power delivery and superb engine performance. The CBR600RR's 4.8-gallon fuel tank is positioned in the center of the chassis and low in the frame.  This allows for a more compact design, but even more important helps centralize the bike's mass.  Increased mass centralization means the CBR600 is more responsive to rider input, especially when leaning the bike into a turn or standing it up at the exit.


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