CBR1000RR SP FIREBLADE
- Grand Prix Red
- £19,999 19YM
- 141lw Peak power, 116Nm torque at 195kg kerb weight
- Semi-active Ohlins Step motor type electronic control suspension
- Honda selectable torque control/wheelie control/rear lift control system (RMSS) and 3 level power selector
- Titanium Exhaust and Fuel tank
The right balance
The Fireblade SP and SP2 are lighter, faster and more technologically advanced than anything we’ve built before.
THE RIGHT LINE
Brake, apex and throttle.
They’re the three things that go through a rider’s mind when entering a fast bend out on the circuit – the SP and SP2 are so refined and precise, you’ll be swooping into them with much more confidence.
SHARP AND SHARPER STILL
Introducing the SP and the SP2.
They’re closely related to the Fireblade, but these two high-spec motorcycles come with a little more of that Honda racing DNA. With an improved power to weight ratio they’re perfect for the type of rider who loves track-days or, if you want to go racing, the SP2 is the bike for you. The circuit is the ideal place for you discover the next level of total control.
The Power Selector
You can easily choose the Street, Circuit or Mechanic modes from the full-colour, TFT liquid crystal dash. Once selected, only the relevant information is displayed for the ride you want.
Honda Select Torque Control
Also known as HSTC, it has nine-levels of traction control and automatically changes the levels of rear wheel driving force. This system is derived from the RC213V Moto GP machine.
Selectable Engine Brake Control
Changes the engine’s braking characteristics while decelerating with the throttle shut off.
ÖHLINS Smart EC
This unique suspension system constantly monitors the ride and will change the damping and rebound forces to suit the different track or roads conditions.
Throttle by wire
The first Honda production bike to have this feature installed – driven by an Acceleration Position Sensor situated in the handlebar switchgear – you get a natural roll-on, roll-off feel.
Honda Electronic Steering Damper
Also referred to as HESD, it will automatically adjust to improve the stability of the bike according to the speed and cornering angle.
A must on a sports machine, it assists the rider to make smooth gear changes – up or down in conjunction with an auto-blipper – without using the clutch.
Not only stops the front wheel from lifting from a hot start, but will control lift while accelerating hard out of corners too.
Eliminates the front brake from locking up under hard braking in a straight line and into a corner. It also helps maintain stability by keeping the rear wheel from lifting.