Honda CBR400RR: review, history, specs


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Class: sport

Production: 1987 (1988)-1999

Models
Honda CBR400RR

NC23

1987 (1988)-1989

(Japan)

Honda CBR400RR

NC29

1990-1999

(Japan)

Honda CBR400RR (NC23)
Honda CBR400RR (NC29)

History

History
Year Country Name / Frame / Engine
1987 (1988) Japan Name: Honda CBR400RR

Frame: NC23~

Code: CBR400RR-J

1989 Japan Name: Honda CBR400RR

Frame: NC23~

Code: CBR400RR-K

1990 Japan Name: Honda CBR400RR

Frame: NC29~

Code: CBR400RR-L

1992 Japan Name: Honda CBR400RR

Frame: NC29~

Code: CBR400RR-N

1993-1999 Japan Name: Honda CBR400RR

Frame: NC29~

Code: CBR400RR-R

Specifications

Honda CBR400RR: specs.

Specifications
DIMENSIONS Overall length 2020 mm / 79,5 in – CBR400RR (NC23)

1990 mm / 78,3 in – CBR400RR (NC29)

Overall width 690 mm / 27,2 in – CBR400RR (NC23)

670 mm / 26,4 in – CBR400RR (NC29)

Overall height 1110 mm / 43,7 in – CBR400RR (NC23)

1080 mm / 42,5 in – CBR400RR (NC29)

Seat height 765 mm / 30,1 in – CBR400RR (NC23)

750 mm / 29,5 in – CBR400RR (NC29)

Wheelbase 1370 mm / 53,9 in – CBR400RR (NC23)

1365 mm / 53,7 in – CBR400RR (NC29)

Ground clearance 120 mm / 4,7 in – CBR400RR (NC23)

125 mm / 4,9 in – CBR400RR (NC29)

Dry weight 162 kg / 357 lbs
Curb (wet) weight 179 kg / 394 lbs
FRAME Type Tubular (aluminum) – CBR400RR (NC23)

Backbone (aluminum) – CBR400RR (NC29)

Front suspension, travel Telescopic fork 41 mm (adjustable spring pre-load) – CBR400RR (1987-1992)

Telescopic fork 41 mm (adjustable spring pre-load and rebound damping) – CBR400RR (1993-1999)

Rear suspension, travel Swingarm with mono-shock (adjustable spring pre-load and rebound damping)
Front tire size 120/60 R17 55H
Rear tire size 150/60 R18 67H – CBR400RR (NC23)

150/60 R17 66H – CBR400RR (NC29)

Front brake Double disc, 296 mm, 4-piston calipers
Rear brake Single disc, 220 mm, 1-piston caliper
Fuel capacity 15,0 l / 3,96 US gal
Trail 95 mm / 3,74 in – CBR400RR (NC23)

91 mm / 3,58 in – CBR400RR (NC29)

Fuel economy 2,62 l / 100 km (60 km/h) – CBR400RR (NC23)

2,86 l / 100 km (60 km/h) – CBR400RR (NC29)

ENGINE Type Water-cooled 4-stroke
Cylinder arrangement 4-cylinders in-line
Bore & Stroke 55,0 x 42,0 mm
Displacement 399 cm³ (24,3 cu-in)
Compression ratio 11.3:1 – CBR400RR (1987-1992)

11.7:1 – CBR400RR (1993-1999)

Valve train Gear driven DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder
Max. power 59 hp (43,4 kW) / 12500 rpm – CBR400RR (NC23)

59 hp (43,4 kW) / 13000 rpm – CBR400RR (NC29), 1990-1992

53 hp (39,0 kW) / 13000 rpm – CBR400RR (NC29), 1993-1999

Max. torque 39,0 Nm (4,0 kgm) / 10000 rpm – CBR400RR (1987-1992)

35,0 Nm (3,6 kgm) / 10000 rpm – CBR400RR (1993-1999)

0 to 100 km/h 4,5 sec
Top speed 185 km/h (115 mph)
CARBURETION SYSTEM Type Carburetors, 4x Keihin 26 mm
ID VG04 – CBR400RR (NC23)

VP01 – CBR400RR (NC29)

DRIVE TRAIN Clutch Wet, multi-plate, cable operated
Transmission 6-speed
Final drive Chain
Primary reduction 2.181 – CBR400RR (NC23)

2.117 – CBR400RR (NC29)

Final reduction 2.800 – CBR400RR (NC23)

2.600 – CBR400RR (NC29)

Gear ratio

I

II

III

IV

V

VI


3.307

2.352

1.875

1.590

1.434

1.280 (1.318 – NC29)

ELECTRICAL Ignition Full transistorized – CBR400RR (NC23)

Full transistorized (PGM) – CBR400RR (NC29)

Alternator Three phase AC generator
Battery capacity 12V-8Ah – CBR400RR (NC23)

12V-6Ah – CBR400RR (NC29)

Images

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Videos

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