I've got a 1/8 scale of this with the exact color and paint job
Honda CBR1000 RR Fireblade specs
|Price in Europe||€13,540|
|Years built||2004 - 2007|
|Top speed||287 kph (178 mph)|
|Engine type||Inline 4|
|Power||171 ps (169 bhp / 126 kw) @ 11250 rpm|
|Torque||115 Nm (85 lb-ft) @ 8500 rpm|
|Power / liter||171 ps (169 hp)|
|Power / €5000||63 ps|
|Transmission||6 speed manual|
CBR1000 RR Fireblade competition
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Lambolover 2m ago
FastestLaps 2m ago
I wish there were more track tests for sports bikes. Obviously, they would not be Nurburgring tests (nobody wants to risk their life for maximum laptime on some random bike) but on some superbike safe track it could be done.
However, bikes are a bit tricky for adding pages because they often have small changes from year to year and its difficult to decide when new page should be added and when those annual changes are small enough to reuse existing page.
SpeedKing 2m ago
What amazes me is that motorcycle racers are prepared to risk their lives even more so at the Isle of Man TT event which is crazy dangerous given some of the footage out there.
FastestLaps 2m ago @SpeedKing
Yup. If Nurburgring lap records on bike are risking life then Isle of Man TT is just plain suicide.
And surprisingly few fatal accidents have happened there, relative to number of race runs.
SpeedKing 2m ago @FastestLaps
In 112 years of racing approx 260 riders have died there and in 2016, 5 riders died during practice and races but the 1970 TT race was the worst with 6 deaths overall so some years are worse than others. Insanity is the word...