When did they stop making the F4i?
It was discontinued in 2006 but remains a favorite among connoisseurs of middleweight versatility. It’s a stretch to say any engine with a 14,200-rpm redline has a broad powerband, but compared to the other 600s in the class the F4i was easier to ride off the cams, starting to pull hard at about 6,000 rpm.
How much horsepower does a CBR 600 F4i have?
The Honda CBR600F4i — Quick specs and stats
|Engine||599cc 4-cylinder, 4-valve/cylinder, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected|
|Power||80 kW / 109 hp @ 12500 rpm|
|Torque||56 Nm (48 ft-lb) @ 10500 rpm|
|Weight (dry)||169 kg (370 lb)|
How much oil does a CBR 600 f4i take?
Fill the engine with 3.5 quarts of 10W30 motorcycle oil, and reinstall the oil filler cap.
What was the first year of the f4i?
The CBR600F4i was produced from 2001 to 2006.
What year did Honda make the f4i?
|Model||Honda CBR600F||Honda CBR600F4i|
|Engine displacement||599 cc (36.6 cu in)|
|Bore||63.0 mm × 48.0 mm (2.48 in × 1.89 in)||67.0 mm × 42.5 mm (2.64 in × 1.67 in)|
How much is CBR600RR 2021?
Pricing and Variants The CBR600RR will be available in non-ABS version for $11,899 and an ABS version using Honda’s C-ABS (Combined-ABS) that applies both front and rear brakes electronically for $12,899. The only available color scheme for 2021 is the Grand Prix Red Tricolor.
What is the CC of CBR 600RR?
The Honda CBR600RR is a 599 cc (36.6 cu in) motorbike made by Honda since 2003, part of the CBR series.
What kind of oil does a CBR 600 f4i use?
GN4 10W30 (QUART)
What does CB mean in cb750?
—often stand for something in particular, often a phrase that denotes the bike’s purpose or inspiration. Suzuki’s GSX-R supposedly stands for “Grand Sport eXperimental- Racing”, Honda’s CB stands for “City Bike”, and CBR is short for “City Bike Racer” (or “racing”) not for “cross beam racer”.