Which is the best Honda FireBlade?
Honda CBR900RR FireBlade (2002-2003): Review & Buying Guide. To many (FireBlade creator Tadao Baba included) the 954 is the best FireBlade ever built and is a fitting culmination of eleven years of time and effort.
How fast is a CBR FireBlade?
Top Speed: 186 mph (Est.)
Is the CBR 929 a good bike?
The 929 is also a very very good handling bike and has bags of torque right through the rev range. I found mine a bit snatchy at very low speed due to the fuel injection (I’d just come off a 900rr carbed blade) and first gear is very high …
How many miles will CBR1000RR last?
A well-kept Honda CBR 1000RR can last for over 75,000 miles if serviced regularly, appropriately stored, and ridden responsibly and regularly. If you ride 4,000 miles per year like the average sportbike rider, a well-kept CBR 1000RR should last for about 18 years.
Where can I buy a Honda CBR900RR Fireblade?
Find a Honda CBR900RR FireBlade for sale. All the basics are there plus the Honda CBR900RR FireBlade has the familiar underseat storage cubbyhole (even if it’s smaller than early Honda CBR900 FireBlades ). Honda’s HISS was new and welcome – a key based immobilizer system – just don’t loose both keys or you’ll face a £800+ bill.
Is the Honda Fireblade a good bike to buy?
But plenty of riders will go for the Yamaha YZF-R1 of this era so the Honda CBR900RR FireBlade can make a sensible if not cheap buy. Insurance can be ferocious so get a quote before you buy. Find a Honda CBR900RR FireBlade for sale.
What was the color of the Honda Fireblade in 2000?
Year 2000 RR-Y models were available in blue/red, blue/yellow or black. 2001 RR-1 models were available in red/white/blue, black, or blue. You can pick up an RR-Y/1 as a project for well under a grand, but we’d advise you not to.
What’s the average speed of a CBR929RR Fireblade road bike?
It did feel slightly underpowered compared to the others at times, but I still saw 170mph and above on the straight down from the Creg to Brandish. That’s pretty daft for a roadbike and how much more can you actually use in reality?