AWAKEN THE RACE
CBR600RR provides a fine combination of high performance, precision handling, lightweight, and compact overall scale. The incredibly lightweight 599cc, liquid-cooled DOHC 16-valve inline four-cylinder power plant makes a great contribution to the excellent handling of the motorcycle.
The frame that feeds back the racing technology has a twin-tube construction made of hollow aluminum die-cast. This configuration guarantees premium wind-resistant performance, agile handling and, with the recent inclusion of winglets, the CBR600RR is the ultimate track master.
The ABS of the CBR600RR consists of a NISSIN-made, compact, and lightweight ABS modulator, operated by the IMU. Built to improve the reliability of the brake handling not only when going straight but also while cornering. There are 3 degrees of power to pick from, 1 being the strongest and 3 the weakest.
Exhaust pipes of CBR600RR have been readjusted to boost performance. The catalytic converter needed for exhaust gas purification has been improved from the previous model modifying the configuration of peripheral parts and geometry, such as the rear suspension.
ENHANCED FRONT SUSPENSION
The 41 mm inverted telescopic front suspension of the current CBR600RR provides an impressive rigidity balance and the Showa Large Piston Front Fork has also been introduced for the new platform. The protruding length of the front fork has been increased by 15 mm to ensure stable bike placement.
The swing arm of the CBR600RR is lighter by 150 g relative to the previous model by improving its internal structure; the stiffness balance has been re-examined and the thickness of each component has been adjusted. The reduction of the unsprung mass has also improved riding capacity.
ALUMINUM CAM ASSIST SLIPPER CLUTCH
The aluminum cam-assisted slipper clutch mounted on the CBR600RR was engineered to eliminate rear-wheel hop caused by abrupt braking when going down gears, dramatically reducing force by 32%.
The available fast shifter allows for smooth up / downshifting of gears when riding on the track, allowing riders to watch the track record more specifically and concentrate on the next corner. For day-to-day commuting, you 're going to enjoy the convenience during busy traffic or city trips.
The CBR600RR throttle-by-wire system smooths and improves the throttle response, especially at the crucial initial throttle opening. In addition, the introduction of TBW makes it easier to incorporate the CBR600RR's driving mode feature, which provides 5 switchable power modes and 3 engine braking modes.
FULL-COLOR TFT METER
You can select from a screen configuration menu that shows the details you want in the style you want, including elements such as Lane, Circuit, and Mechanic Mode, so that each mode can be used in various riding scenarios. You will also see engine temperature, drive modes, speedometer and tachometer, shifter setting, ABS stage, gear size, remaining petrol, and many more.
The machine dynamically changes the strength of the engine to maximize the torque at the rear wheel, reducing the slippage of the rear wheel. You get 9 interference options to choose from according to your riding preference and you can turn it off as well, so it's easier than ever to dial your bike on the track.
ELECTRONIC STEERING DAMPER
CBR600RR has HESD (Honda Electronic Steering Damper) with an ideal damping power that is continually controlled by the ECU. Detects the height of the engine and changes the damping proportionally. This helps maintain low-speed maneuverability while offering good, reliable high-speed handling.
CBR600RR has been equipped with 5 riding modes. You can also set up your own riding mode by combining items in each following control level: Power Selector (P), Honda Selectable Torque Control (T), Wheelie Mitigation Control (W), Selectable Engine Brake (EB).
CBR600RR is fitted with a power selector feature that comes with 5 different levels of power output characteristics for throttle grip handling. The machine controls the opening angle of the throttle valve depending on the grip handling and adjustments of the performance characteristics for each stage.