Dailies Tags: CBR600RR,Honda,2008,CBR1000RR,track


big_honda_cbr_rr_pista_1.jpgShorn of all unnecessary accoutrements and equipped with track-focused suspension, instruments and engine mapping, Honda is targeting club racers and track day fanatics with these new stripped-down CBRs. Both models feature variable rear ride height, slipper clutches, revised engine mapping, race exhausts and track instrumentation. But it’s what the CBR1000RR and CBR600RR come without that matters: no lights, no turn signals, no pillion pad and, of course, no license plate. Follow the jump to see the CBR600RR.
>big_honda_cbr_rr_pista_2.jpgDevoid of adornment, the skeletal, matte black bodywork highlights the incredibly well resolved shapes of both bikes, but especially the CBR1000RR. This wins our vote for best-looking bike of 2008. So far, neither model is available outside Japan.

Honda Japan via MotoBlog

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