Honda CBR400R Aero (NC23): review, history, specs


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Class: sport

Production: 1986-1987

Predecessor: Honda CBR400F

Successor: Honda CBR400RR

Model
Honda CBR400R Aero

1986-1987

(Japan)

Honda CBR400R Aero

History

History
Year Country Name / Frame / Engine
1986 Japan Name: Honda CBR400R Aero

Frame: NC23-100~

Code: CBR400RG

1987 Japan Name: Honda CBR400R Aero

Frame: NC23-101~

Code: CBR400RH

Specifications

Honda CBR400R (Aero): specs.

Specifications
DIMENSIONS Overall length 2015 mm / 79,3 in
Overall width 685 mm / 26,9 in
Overall height 1095 mm / 43,1 in
Wheelbase 1380 mm / 54,3 in
Ground clearance 140 mm / 5,5 in
Seat height 765 mm / 30,1 in
Dry weight 165 kg / 364 lbs
Curb (wet) weight 184 kg / 405 lbs
FRAME Type Diamond (aluminum)
Front suspension, travel Telescopic fork
Rear suspension, travel Swingarm Pro-Link with monoshock
Front tire size 100/80-17 (52H)
Rear tire size 130/70-18 (63H)
Front brake Double disc, 2-piston calipers
Rear brake Single disc, 2-piston caliper
Fuel capacity 16,0 l / 4,22 US gal
Trail
Fuel economy 2,32 l / 100 km (60 km/h)
ENGINE Type Liquid-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 11.0:1
Valve train Gear driven DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder
Max. power 59,0 hp (43,4 kW) / 12500 rpm
Max. torque 38,0 Nm (3,8 kgf*m) / 10000 rpm
0 to 100 km/h (0-60 mph) 4,5 sec.
Top speed 185 km/h (115 mph)
CARBURETION SYSTEM Type Carburetor, 4x
DRIVE TRAIN Clutch Wet, multi-plate, cable operated
Transmission 6-speed
Final drive Chain
Primary reduction
Final reduction
Gear ratio

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ELECTRICAL Ignition Fully transistorized
Alternator Three-phase A.C. Generator
Battery capacity 12V-8Ah

Images

Honda CBR400R (Aero): images, gallery.

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Videos

Honda CBR400R (Aero): video.

Honda CBR400r AERO