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4bc16de163 This website is owned and published by Crash Media Group Limited. The Japan-only bike is restricted to 180kph (112mph) to comply with Japanese law, but the sensor can be bypassed by converting the speedo to read in miles per hour, giving the bike a more urgent top end. There is a metal disc that goes between a small blake "c" shaped thing (field affect switch) Cut the disc back with a pair of snips or a thin knife so it do not pass through the sensor. The NC23 CBR400RR features a standard extruded beam frame, the rear of the seat unit slopes forwards, and the seat unit subframe is totally separate from the main chassis of the bike. But that was nearly two decades ago. Are these pocket rockets still a viable buy in the secondhand market or simply relics from the past? 0 By Jon Urry on Thu, 29 Jul 2010 - 02:07 1993 Honda CBR400RR NC29 Not content with just the one 400, Honda also had the inline four CBR400RR in its range. So I will just make sure and start from the front and work my way back and just double check everything.
Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums User Tagging Statistics Search FireBlades.org Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Google Search Search Gallery Advanced Search Go to Page. However, the CBR400RR is considered the most closely related of Honda's 400cc models to the CBR900RR or Fireblade series of large-capacity sport motorcycles. 8, Haynes Publishing, 2005 ^ Honda CBR400R and CBR400RR model brochures, Honda Motor Co., Japan [various years] ^ "Honda CBR400R Resmi Diaspalkan". Screen: the CBR400 is a tight fit for taller riders (anyone more than 5’ 10”) by its tiny dimensions. External links. Ruan Ruan is offline Quote Quick Reply Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links FireBlades.org Advertisement post #2 of 24 Old 04-03-2013, 9:34 AM Et1 Join Date: 05-02-2012 Location: South Africa Age: 28 Posts: 37 Mentioned: 0 Post(s) Tagged: 0 Thread(s) Quoted: 0 Post(s) Reputation Power: 0 Re: CBR 400 RR NC29 Restrictor Hi from a fellow South African. The CBR400RR was by far and away the easiest 400 to locate for this test, something that bodes well for reliability and access to spare parts.