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92 Cbr 600 F2 Mpgis

 

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92 Cbr 600 F2 Mpgis

 

The chassis was a new twin-spar design but was still made from steel, with 25 degrees of rake and 3.7 inches trail with a 55.5-inch wheelbase. The Honda F2 was one of the first sportbikes to have a clean, no frills dashboard; no ugly welds showing, no wires protruding from weird places. As exciting as the new sportbikes are today, this is proof that you don't have to spend $10K to have a good sportbike. Those of you who weren't riding before the year 2000 may find it difficult to imagine there was once a time when the sight of a Honda struck fear into riders of other brands. During the years of 1991-1998, it was almost an anomaly to see anything other than the Honda CBR600F2 and F3 on top of a 600cc magazine shootout or in the winner's circle. This made four 600 titles in the Honda's five years of existence (Yamaha won the title in '94).

 

Unlike the extremely narrow focus bikes of today, the earlier generation could really do it all. And it still looks good for the ageunlike me." Needle bearings were fitted in the tranny for better shifting, and a curved aluminum radiator helped with cooling. Though Honda already dominated the 600cc class and led every chart from race wins to retail sales, they knew without a full upgrade that their reign would soon come to an end. While the Suzuki may have been a better track bike, its engine was peaky and it was not as good an all-around bike as the Honda. High flow air filters were also common for those so inclined.

 

The cams were actually designed with midrange power in mind and the excellent cylinder head flow was rumored to be the secret to the top end power. The new 1995 F3 featured another bump in carb size up to 36mm. Retail bumped again to $7699. The growth in popularity of the "slip-on" muffler was in part due to the easy replacement of the CBR's muffler. "Both the F2 and F3 bikes were very reliable on and off the track," said Kyle, including one story that was a testament to the Honda's reliability.

 

Upgraded rear shocks were offered by several manufacturers and were another way to decrease lap times and improve handling. Dan also revealed that the front suspension only required shim stack and spring changes, while the rear shock was usually a Fox or hlins unit. Weighing in at 456 pounds with a full tank and three new colors, it was ready to take on the new Ninja ZX-6R (and usually the Honda won). Dan reports that Supersport bikes of that era were making horsepower in the upper 90s with surprisingly close to stock preparation, other than building them at the high end of the tolerances to minimize friction losses and maximize power. The '94 also got a new Showa rear shock with compression and rebound dampening adjustments as well as spring preload adjustment. Unfortunately, back in 91, the manufacturers didn't know about ram-air induction's benefits, so the "intake ducts" on the F2 fairings only feed fresh air underneath the fuel tank. Many owners we spoke to reported having failures until they upgraded the unit completely instead of replacing it with another stock part. "In 1996 we were at the track and had a brand new F3 engine in a bike and Doug Toland was riding it.

 

Honda decided to leave well enough alone in '96 and focused on new paint jobs fashioned after the Erion team and the factory Smokin' Joe's team. The CBR600F2 had a liquid-cooled DOHC engine with a 65mm x 45.2mm bore and stroke that was even more over-square than the original at 63 x 48mm. The dyno charts of 1991 show the CBR-F2 making a class leading 85 horsepower and quarter-mile times of 11.3 seconds at 120 mph. First was the hydraulic cam chain tensioner. In order to compensate for the smaller diameter clutch they simply added a few extra plates and mated it to a six speed tranny. In 1995 Honda decided that it was time to raise the stakes again with the introduction of the new CBR600F3 that would run from 1995-1998. The forks were upsized from 37mm to 41mm and featured preload adjustments, while a new single rear shock sported preload and rebound adjustments, in addition to a new box-section swingarm. d680c458d3

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