MotoGp also on the road. The CBR1000RR-R accelerates its fully fueled 201kg with up to 218hp to top speed. To achieve this, MotoGP technology is used in all details. The four-cylinder in-line engine not only has the stroke / bore ratio of the RC213V, but also forged aluminum pistons and titanium connecting rods. The fairing with the integrated multi-stage wings delivers just as much downforce as the prototype from the MotoGP in 2018. A long lower fairing part is installed ex works. This extends close to the rear tire, generally reducing drag and directing water around the tire in the rain. The air intake was designed by HRC to ensure maximum air pressure at the intake and thus even more performance at high speeds.
The development of our carbon parts was also inspired by our passion for faster lap times.
The rear fender
made of carbon not only becomes a real rear wheel cover, but also integrates the chain guard.
In addition to the normal tank side panels (left
), there is now also a large tank cover
, which follows the streamlines of the motorcycle in one piece from the fork bridge to the seat. The elaborately designed carbon air intake
also underlines the racing character and saves valuable weight.