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HONDA CBR400RR

Post by zul_cbr on Mon Oct 05, 2009 10:58 am

1990-1994 HONDA CBR400RR (L,N,R) NC29
















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Re: HONDA CBR400RR

Post by zul_cbr on Mon Oct 05, 2009 11:00 am

The Honda CBR400RR, or 'BabyBlade', is the (much) younger brother of the Fireblade or CBR900RR series. The CBR400RR preceded the 900 cc Fireblade by several years, going through one major rework and a year or so of production in its new form before acquiring the Fireblade name. The original CBR400RR was the NC-23. Early bikes were known as the 'Aero' but more commonly as the 'Tri-arm' after its racing inspired braced swingarm. The CBR400RR-J (1988) and CBR400RR-K (1989) are referred to as NC-23 bikes.[1] The NC-23 has 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. The later machine, the NC-29 (only post '91 models of this bike carry the Fireblade name) had several modifications to the frame. The main rails were now of a 'cranked' design, the seat support structure had a larger rail that was welded to the frame, the rear of the tail section now had a slight recurve to it and the swingarm was given a gull-wing shape on one side to give ground clearance for the exhaust link pipe. The bodywork was re shaped to comply with changing aesthetic tastes. That reshaped swingarm earned the bike the sub title 'Gullarm'. The CBR400RR-L (1990 & 1991), -N (1992 & 1993) and -R (1994 onwards) are designated NC-29 bikes.[2]

Press release info for the CBR400RR from Honda Japan gives the following dates and guide prices.

nc23 Hurricane

Press release dated Dec 15th, has a release date January 19 1988. Price 699,000 yen.

nc29 Gullarm

Press release dated February 20, 1990. Type 1, Release date March 19 1990. Price 699,000 yen

Press release dated March 30, 1992. Type 5 (N), Release date April 7 1992. Price 710,000 yen

Press release dated Nov 19 1993. Type 7 (R & R2), Release date December 15 1993. Price 739,000 yen

Developed mostly for younger Japanese riders, the 400 cc engine still has enough power to drive the bike up to a speed-limited 180km/h (112mph). It is possible to de-restrict this bike by re-wiring the speedometer head, as the speed-limiter is a simple design based solely on the position of the needle of the speedometer. Aftermarket electronic parts can also be fitted that achieve de-restriction. The same effect can be achieved by fitting a mechanical converter on the speedometer cable that converts the Japanese spec km/h speedometer to mph; the bike is not powerful enough to accelerate to 180 mph (290 km/h), and thus the needle will never reach the position at which the ignition restrictor begins operation. De-restricted, the CBR400RR will reach a top speed of around 225 km/h (140 mph). The inline four cylinder engine produces pleasing power anywhere in its rev range, and the bike is light and relatively easy to control. Outside Japan the 400 is available only as a 'grey import', that is, Honda never exported the 400 cc CBR to foreign markets. The small capacity of the engine and manageability of the whole package makes this bike a favourite of new riders from all areas where the bike is available. This does mean however that many examples have been crashed or treated without proper care and regular servicing. Servicing is in some ways difficult as the compact nature of the bike means that some parts, particularly the spark plugs are difficult to access. The top end of the engine is also particularly complex as there are 16 valves to be checked for clearance in a head that is barely a foot wide. However the engine itself is very reliable, mainly due to its performance being capped from the factory. A well kept example is a very worthy buy as they are rapidly becoming a collector's bike.

Common rider modifications include:

Fitting aftermarket exhausts;

Removal of the speed-limiter;

Restriction of the power output (for UK riders who have not taken a direct access course and are limited to 33 bhp (25 kW) for two years on passing their full test);

Alterations to the suspension settings;

Fork changes to the upside down parts from the Honda RVF400.

Racing Modifications racing gearbox making the gears upside down (up for first, down for sixth) which takes some getting used to.

Some HRC parts are available for these bikes.

The engine from the NC-23 was later used in the Honda CB-1, the NC-27, a naked bike that is credited with inspiring the popular Honda 'Hornet' range. However the NC-27 bears little mechanical resemblance to those machines and is probably the first true factory streetfighter.

from wikipedia

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Re: HONDA CBR400RR

Post by zulvoyager on Mon Oct 05, 2009 7:54 pm

salam adik ni belajar di melaka asal dari mana......... Very Happy Very Happy

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Re: HONDA CBR400RR

Post by shukri on Tue Oct 06, 2009 4:30 am

wah..nie btul2 pro honda nie...klu bg mato lain mau dia tk amik nie..yer ker zul??huhu

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Re: HONDA CBR400RR

Post by zul_cbr on Tue Oct 06, 2009 6:08 am

zulvoyager wrote:salam adik ni belajar di melaka asal dari mana......... Very Happy Very Happy

salam bang zul.
ada kat ayer keroh ni, UTeM (Uni Teknikal M'sia Mlaka) Very Happy

shuk gsx750e wrote:wah..nie btul2 pro honda nie...klu bg mato lain mau dia tk amik nie..yer ker zul??huhu

lebih kurang mcm tu la bang tapi xde la pro sesangat. dah merasa zxr250, bandit400 dan gsx400...rasanya ati berkenan kat honda jugak.. Twisted Evil tapi, apa moto pun xkisah sebenarnya asalkan 4 silinder....vroommmm vroommmm.. lol!

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Re: HONDA CBR400RR

Post by ZX7R on Tue Oct 06, 2009 9:26 am

bang zul_cbr dulu pakai bandit surat beranak mane?

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Re: HONDA CBR400RR

Post by zul_cbr on Thu Oct 08, 2009 7:43 am

dulu sy test pakai member punya Bandit400, surat beranak SG. blaja2 turun enjin pun dgn motor tu la lepas enjin dia jam atas highway sbb minyak itam kurang lepas henjut 180kmj. banyak parts dia kongsi ngn Suzuki Panther 150.

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Re: HONDA CBR400RR

Post by zul_cbr on Tue Sep 28, 2010 6:14 pm

1988-1989 CBR400RR NC23 J & K Model




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Re: HONDA CBR400RR

Post by ronn on Mon Nov 15, 2010 7:21 pm

Alfatihah ... rasanye inilah zulcbr yang diberitakan tu..... semoga roh dicucuri rahmat.. rugi sorang oldskool yang berilmu dalam permotoran...
http://superbikemalaysia.com/topic/5055163/

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Re: HONDA CBR400RR

Post by shukri on Tue Nov 16, 2010 4:45 am

al-fatihah..yer ker zul cbr nie...mr mod..tlg chek...

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Re: HONDA CBR400RR

Post by jimf on Tue Nov 16, 2010 5:08 am

al-fatihah...
rasanya mmg dia la..

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Re: HONDA CBR400RR

Post by randygpz old sbk on Tue Nov 16, 2010 8:02 am

subhanallah....


innalillah hiwainna hirojiunn....

Sad

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Re: HONDA CBR400RR

Post by AtanFZi on Tue Nov 16, 2010 8:25 am

al-fatihah...

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Re: HONDA CBR400RR

Post by ijan.. on Tue Nov 16, 2010 5:00 pm

semoga ditempatkan dikalangan org2 yg beriman..... al-fatihah...... amin.....

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Re: HONDA CBR400RR

Post by jagindas on Wed Nov 17, 2010 2:01 pm

al-fatihah jugak buat beliau
walaupun tak kenal sapa.
semoga roh beliau di cucuri rahmat
amin.

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Re: HONDA CBR400RR

Post by jimf on Thu Nov 18, 2010 5:49 am

rasanya kalu betul dia, elok laa "close" aje topic ni..

kita relakan dia pegi dgn rahmat Allah..

pandangan aku aje la..

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Re: HONDA CBR400RR

Post by AtanFZi on Thu Nov 18, 2010 7:04 am

jimf wrote:rasanya kalu betul dia, elok laa "close" aje topic ni..

kita relakan dia pegi dgn rahmat Allah..

pandangan aku aje la..
betul tu aku sokong...

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Re: HONDA CBR400RR

Post by shukri on Thu Nov 18, 2010 11:20 am

aku sokong...

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Re: HONDA CBR400RR

Post by jagindas on Thu Nov 18, 2010 12:26 pm

lock je topik ni
tapi apa yang dia post still kita leh baca

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Re: HONDA CBR400RR

Post by randygpz old sbk on Fri Nov 19, 2010 8:13 am

aku rs yg yg dah ado ni biar kan je la....

mgkn akn ade jugak kwn2 yg pakai 400RR ni yg join kite kelak...

arwah sbagai perintis 400RR dlm OLD SBK yg kite sayangi ni...

Al Fatihah....

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