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My new project HONDA CBR R

Discussion in 'Modifications and Projects' at netrider.net.au started by badgem, May 11, 2007.

  1. hey all, just picked up a Honda cbr r.
    It needs alot of work. Im going to try jazz it up with some RR gear.
    Its currently red and black with RR stickers.



    Plans:
    All new bright Yellow paint, going to try fit RR wheels and retrim seat, and get it mechanically a1.
     
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  2. sweet project... im currently building a F2 600 and some spadas... I can help steer you in the right direction, and help with build in exchange for beers.
     
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  3. Good stuff

    I've been re-building my 250 CBR-R for the past 4 months and its just about finished, just putting on some final touches.

    If you want to go the whole works check out the Tyga Performance Kit - Its made for an RR but with some modification can be fitted to an R.

    check this decked out CBR in the Tyga Kit - Stoner Replica
     
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  4. That Stoner rep looks great, what sorta power could you get out of a Baby blade, If you started getting into Race pipes, carbs Tuning Etc..
     
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  5. Do RR wheels fit an R?

    do the cbr rr wheels fit onto an r?
     
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  6. they'll probably fit, but you wont be able to run twin discs as the R doesn't have anywhere to bolt an extra caliper on the forks.

    The rear might also be a different diameter.
     
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  7. They're such highly strung engines in standard form that you'd be lucky if you could get an extra 5hp from them all done.
     
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  8. Rido.. they would have to be what 45 horses?
     
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  9. That's what many are rated at, maybe on a good day :wink:
     
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  10. On a good day 10 years ago.
     
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  11. Re: Do RR wheels fit an R?

    Yes. you will need to get front forks, twin disks and calipers, maybe even a new lever/reservoir.
    If you want to get nicer wheels, the VTR ones should just bolt straight on. they are six-spokers, are lighter, and have the same size disc as the cbr r. youre cbr has the same wheels as a spada as well. The 300mm (i think) single disc is better than the twin RR setup, and requires less maintainance too, less pads/rotors to replace. VTR ones would look trick though!
     
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