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Honda CBR 900RR Fireblade 1992 - 1993

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HISTORY of the Honda CBR 900RR Fireblade

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The Honda Fireblade celebrates in year 2002 its tenth anniversary and during those years gained a huge following. Before the FireBlade was most powerful model of Honda CBR1000F but its dry weight was massive 222kg. Honda riders all around the world was asking for more powerful and sporty motorcycle. Their wishes was answered.
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1992 and 1993
The first Fireblade were crazy, mad, almost too much for normal mortal. In that time buyers requested raw power and welcomed everything what was increasing level of adrealin. They wanted to be scared. Handling sport bikes in those times , besides a few execeptions, meant that riders had both hands full.
Honda decided to go different way, the way of total control. The CBR900RR despite higher price was on the top of selling statistics. Bike with dry weight 185 kg and 893cc engine produced 124 HP, which was power ration 0,67 HP/kg. But what was more important, finally there was a bike available that was as fast as 750cc with the handling of a 600cc.

Honda Fireblade 1992
Model Year 1992

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Honda Fireblade 1993
Model Year 1993
1993 Fireblade Decals

In that time they started to sell knee sliders in larger amounts, which wasn't usual before -finally you could reach by knee the road on stronger bike. Hardly any owner left the bike without any adjusting. Front rotors often broke after 15,000km. Also exhaust muffler didn't last much longer, especially when bike used during the winter and that's why many owners aplyed tune exhaust. Many owners of first Fireblades trimed their bikes with plexiglass, small mirrors etc. There was so interest for Fireblade than many people got their bike in 1993. Honda succeeded - created a phenomenal bike. In 1993 was changed just color scheme and raised its price slightly.