Monday, November 09, 2009

2010 Honda CBF1000: First pics and specs

The Honda CBF1000 has been updated for 2010...

Honda have released first pics of the 2010 CBF1000, which gets a new aluminium chassis and a reworked inline-four that now produces 106 horsepower (an increase of about 9bhp over the old engine) and 96Nm of torque. Honda say they’ve made efforts to boost mid-range torque and the PGM-FI fuel-injection system has been optimised for smoother running and reduced fuel consumption.

Other changes include a four-position adjustable windscreen, broader, re-shaped seat, LED indicators and tail-lamp, revised instrument panel, new 41mm fork, a more robust swingarm, new, preload adjustable rear shock and Combined-ABS as standard fitment. The styling has also been sharpened up a bit and the CBF’s headlamps now look as they’ve been taken off a CBR600RR. Honda are also offering a wide range of accessories for the bike, including purpose-build panniers and heated grips.

2010 Honda CBF1000: Specs
Engine: Liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, DOHC, 998cc inline-four
Power: 106bhp@9,000rpm
Torque: 96Nm@6,500rpm
Fuel tank capacity: 20 litres
Fuel consumption: 18.4km/l
Gearbox: Six-speed, with hydraulic clutch
Final drive: Chain
Front Suspension: 41mm telescopic fork with adjustable preload
Rear Suspension: Preload adjustable HMAS shock absorbers
Wheels and Tyres: 17-inch alloy wheels, 120/70 (front) and 160/60 (rear) tyres
Brakes: Twin 296mm discs with 3-piston callipers (front) and single 240mm disc (rear), with C-ABS
Kerb weight: 245kg

Via Motoblog


Anonymous said...

I hear they aren't bringing it to UK, pity. I had one and would seroiusly consider a new one if it came to UK

Anonymous said...

they just confirmed they will be bringing them to the uk in august 2010 enjoy !!!

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