The favorite 1980's Race Replica
Making its debut in 1980 at Earls Court engine Show, the Honda CB1100R had been established as a manufacturing base race model. From 1976 and after four years, Honda dominated European endurance events because of the "unbeatable" RCB using the CB900F as its base. The 1062cc atmosphere cooled inline 4 cylinder DOHC16 valve engine boasted various tuning setups and pumped out 115hp. It came on double cradle kind framework with front atmosphere shocks and adjustable rear shocks with coil springs and a reserve tank. Only 1,000 of limited version CB1100R which had a top rate over 220km/h had been initially produced, but manufacturing ended up being continued to satisfy the massive need. In 1982, 1,500 CB1100R(C) devices were released with complete fairings and ventilated disc brake system with another 1,500 CB1100R(D) units featuring angled swing hands and adjustable shocks being released in 1983.
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