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2012 Honda CBF1000FA specs

2012-12-24 07:38

UPDATE FOR A NEW ERA: Honda CBF1000FA

 

Manufacturer: Honda
Model: CBF1000FA

ENGINE
Type: Liquid cooled, quad-valve, four-stroke, transverse four-cylinder, DOHC.
Displacement: 998cc
Maximum power: 79KW at 9000rpm
Maximum torque: 96 Nm at 6500 rpm
Fuel supply: PGM-FI,  36mm Throttle Bore
Fuel type: Unleaded
Fuel consumption: 5.3 litres/100km (actual)

TRANSMISSION
Type: Six-speed sequential
Final drive: Chain
 
DIMENSIONS
Overall length x width x height (mm): 2210 x 780 x 1220
Kerb weight: 245kg (F: 120kg; R: 125kg)

CAPACITIES
Passengers: Two
Fuel tank: 20 Litres

BRAKES
Front: 2 x 296mm discs, two-piston callipers, floating rotors, sintered metal pads (and ABS).
Rear: Single 240mm disc, one piston calliper, sintered metal pads (and ABS).

SUSPENSION
Front: 41mm free valve-type telescopic fork and adjustable spring; 120mm wheel travel.              
Rear: Gas-charged HMAS damper and adjustable spring and rebound; 120mm wheel travel.

WHEELS & TYRES

Rims: Hollow-section six-spoked cast aluminium
Tyres: front: 120/70 ZR17, rear: 160/70 ZR17

PRICE: R90 000

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