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September 9, 2005, 07:39 AM

Honda Introduces 2006 Sportbike Line-up In Las Vegas
Sep 08, 2005

Copyright 2005, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc.


2006 Honda NSF100
American Honda introduced its 2006 sportbike line-up during its dealer convention in Las Vegas, Nevada Wednesday.

Leading the way is the CBR1000RR, which Honda claims has been given a boost in horsepower, a reduction in weight and sharper handling.

The 998cc (75.0 x 56.5mm, bore x stroke) liquid-cooled, DOHC, inline four-cylinder engine gets a new combustion chamber shape (which increases the compression ratio from 11.9:1 to 12.2:1), new cylinder head porting, new intake valves (still 29.0mm, the exhaust valves also remain 24.0mm), double valve springs on the intake valves (versus single springs), a new intake camshaft, a higher redline, a less-restrictive ram air intake screen and a lighter, freer-flowing center-up exhaust system.

Wheelbase has been shortened from 55.7 inches to 55.2 inches thanks, in part, to a decrease in the rake (from 23.8° to 23.45°) of the inverted 43mm HMAS/Showa forks. Trail has gone from 102mm to 100mm. The forks’ settings will be re-calibrated, and the linkage of the Showa/HMAS Pro-Link rear suspension has been changed. The twin-spar, aluminum alloy frame and aluminum swingarm remain the same, but the dual front brake rotors have grown from 310mm to 320mm in diameter. The close-ratio, six-speed, cassette-style transmission is also said to have received improvements.

In addition to the exhaust system, weight has been reduced with a magnesium left engine cover, a new subframe and new bodywork. However, the dry weight of the revised, $11,299 (up from $10,999 in 2005) machine was not announced.

The VFR800FI/VFR800FI ABS Interceptors’ engine management systems get new CPUs that engage the VTEC variable valve timing system (changing the 781cc, liquid-cooled, DOHC, 90° V4 from two-valve to four-valve operation) at 6400 rpm instead of at 7000 rpm and with a smoother power transition, according to American Honda. The sport tourer also gets a host of cosmetic changes, including: clear turn signal lenses, a new face for the tachometer, a new finish for the under-seat mufflers and new colors.

The big news for the CB600F6 “599” ($7399) is new, inverted 41mm Showa/HMAS forks (which come with a new triple clamp and steering stem) to improve handling and a new front fender, mini fairing, instrument cluster and gold finish on the brake calipers (front and rear) to complete the new look. The bike is still powered by a liquid-cooled, 599cc (65.0 x 45.2mm, bore x stroke; 12.0:1, compression ratio) inline, four-cylinder engine that breathes through 34mm flat-slide CV carburetors and a four-into-two-into-one high-mount exhaust system and is mounted as a fully-stressed member in a square-tube, mono-backbone frame.

Honda calls its new, non-street-legal NSF100 the “ultimate road racing starter kit.” The mini-machine is powered by a 99cc (53.0 x 45.0mm, bore x stroke; 9.4:1, compression ratio), air-cooled, four-stroke, single-cylinder engine that is claimed to produce 8.7 horsepower at 9500 rpm and 5.6 lbs.-ft. of torque at 7000 rpm. The NSF100 also features a five-speed transmission, a twin-spar frame, conventional forks, a box-section swingarm, an under-seat exhaust, 12-inch alloy wheels, disc brakes front and rear, a wheelbase of 42.15 inches and a “semi-dry” weight of 164.9 pounds. The NSF100 will be available by special order for $4999.

Other models that were not significantly revised but that will return in 2006 include: RC51, CBR600RR, CBR600F4i, 919 and ST1300/ST1300 ABS.

You can see pics on honda.com


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Any chance you could find pics Boom?
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Where the F is the V5?
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Any chance you could find pics Boom?
Any chance you pay me a salary?

Kidding...

600RR...new colors
me likey...




heres the link to the rest...

http://powersports.honda.com/motorcycles/sport/


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September 9, 2005, 09:10 AM

That tribal orange FUCKIN ROCKS!!!!!


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I dunno...its KTM orange.


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I like the silver one

i don't know about the flames on the orange one though


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Silver for me


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Oh hell yeah. That orange is NICE!


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September 9, 2005, 11:03 AM

uuuugh...sorry, i threw up in my mouth for a second looking at that orange bike.


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Darn them... where is my yellow!?


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Ok, here your celery...


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Thanks boom... you ROCK!!!
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September 9, 2005, 11:48 AM

The orange would be better if it was a "burnt orange".


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BURNT ORANGE!!! SWEET...

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