Honda CBR900RR (954)
The Honda CBR models are a series of Honda sport bikes several of which (400RR, 600RR, 900RR, 929RR, 954RR and 1000RR) are marketed as race replicas, having the suffix RR after the engine size designation.
The Honda CBR900RR, also known as the Fireblade, is a large displacement sport bike introduced in 1992 by Honda. It was the first of the Honda Fireblade models and was designed by Tadao Baba.
In 2002, cylinder bore was increased from 74mm to 75mm, increasing capacity to 954 cc (58.2 cu in). Larger fuel injectors and radiator, re-mapped electronic fuel injection, and a more powerful ECU were also added. The bodywork and fairings were reworked for a sleeker, more aerodynamic feel. The frame was strengthened and a more rigid swingarm added and the footpegs were raised to allow for greater lean angles. Dry weight was reduced to 168 kg (370 lb).
The CBR900RR was replaced by an all new CBR1000RR in 2004.