Honda CBR 1000RR Fireblade SP vs Norton Commando 961 Sport MK II

Compare Specifications of CBR 1000RR Fireblade SP and Commando 961 Sport MK II

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Honda CBR 1000RR Fireblade SP
Honda CBR 1000RR Fireblade SP

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Norton Commando 961 Sport MK II
Norton Commando 961 Sport MK II

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Technical Specifications
Engince Displacement 999.00 cc 961.00 cc
Engine Type Liquid cooled 4-stroke 16-valve DOHC Inline-4 In-house developed parallel twin with dry sump lubrication
Engine Starting Electric Electric Start
Ignition Digital Electronic Ignition Crank fired electronic fuel injection.
Cooling System Liquid Cooled Air/Oil
Maximum Power 141 kW @ 13000 rpm 80 Ps @ 6500 rpm
Maximum Torque 114 Nm @ 11000 rpm 90 Nm @ 5200 rpm
Transmission 6-Speed Manual Constant mesh 5-speed
Gear Shift Pattern 1-N-2-3-4-5-6 1-N-2-3-4-5
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Frame Diamond; aluminium composite twin spar --
Ground Clearance 129 mm --
Fuel Tank Capacity 16.2 litres --
Mileage
Overall Mileage 18 kmpl --
Tyres
Front 120/70ZR17 58W 120/70 x 17
Rear 190/50ZR17 73W 180/55 x 17
Wheelbase 1405 mm 1400 mm
Brakes
Front -- Twin Brembo 320 mm fully-floating high carbon steel discs and Brembo 4-piston ‘Mono bloc’ radial
Rear -- Brembo 240 mm disc and 2-piston caliper with ABS
Suspension
Front 43 mm Telescopic inverted fork with an inner tube 43mm Ohlins upside down forks, adjustable for preload, compression and rebound damping.
Rear Unit Pro-Lin with gascharged HMAS damper featuring 10 step preload and steeples compression Ohlins twin shocks with remote reservoir – fully adjustable.
Colors Available
Colors Victory Red --


Physical Specs
Width 720 mm --
Height 1,125 mm --
Length 2,065 mm --
Weight 196 kg --

Overview
About The 2017 CBR 1000R Fireblade SP is lighter, smaller but lot more quicker and agile than the sta Read More --
Special Features -Moto GP spec Titanium Mufflers
-TFT LCD monitor
-Slipper Clutch
-Quick Shifter
-Ohlins smart suspension system
-Aerodynamic fairings and headlamps
-It is designed with the best power to weight ratio
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