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2019 Honda CBR 650r

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Vehicle Info

condition
Condition
Used
engine
Engine
650
transmission
Transmission
Manual
drivetrain
Drivetrain
RWD
fuel
Fuel
Gasoline
exterior-color
Exterior Color
Red
interior-color
Interior Color
N/A
stock
Stock #
N/A
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VIN
MLHRH0116K5000188
Fuel Economy
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Description

Sportbike-like styling and performance with everyday comfort—that's the type of experience Honda offers with its 2019 CBR650R. Big Red's latest sportbike borrows lines from the CBR1000RR with a punchy, but more easy-to-live-with inline-four engine. Its well suited to day-to-day life during work week commutes, or for apex strafing missions on the weekend. Viewed from the front, it's easy to see the CBR family lines. The front end has a symmetrically shaped nose housing a pair of bold LED headlights and dual ram air intakes, just like its larger Supersport cousin, the CBR1000RR. Even though a lower fairing partially covers the header pipes, you can still see their clean, flowing tubed lines through the panel slits. The upper half of the engine remains exposed, and we appreciate is chiseled look and tasteful two-tone mix of bronze and black. The CBR650R uses the same purpose-built inline-four that power's Honda's CB650R naked bike. Despite sharing identical cylinder bore measurements as Honda's CBR600RR supersport (67mm), the engine internals are completely different says Honda. It also features 3.5mm-longer piston stroke boosting displacement to 649cc. For 2019, it benefits from pistons with an updated crown shape. Valve timing and new camshaft profiles were also fitted. It breathes through a redesigned airbox with twin ram-air intakes, instead of one. The air filter is 1.7 times larger and tilted downward by 20 degrees to reduce turbulence. The engine revs 1,000-rpm higher with the limiter coming in at 12,800 rpm. Dyno testing reveals that this updated I4 is good for 80.1 hp at 10,950 rpm and 41.73 pound-feet torque at 8,170 rpm. That’s 1.05 hp more than the previous configuration, but 0.74 pound-feet torque less peak torque. To be fair, the new engine arrives at its torque peak 570 rpm earlier. During our ride, we noted an average of 39.5 mpg. This bike like all our bikes will be fully serviced, inspected and detailed at the time you take delivery. See this and other great deals at www.cyclehunters.com HaldemanAuto/cyclehunters.com 102 Old Ebenezer Rd Lebanon Pa, 17046 717-273-1809

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