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Honda CBR300R Revealed: xBhp News

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  • Honda CBR300R Revealed: xBhp News

    Honda has revealed the New CBR 300 to replace its 250 sibling.

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    Re: Honda reveals CBR300R!!

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      Re: Honda reveals CBR300R!!

      Comes as no surprise.

      It was speculated that this would happen ever since ninja went 300.

      You see, this bump in capacity will authorize honda to charge more.

      Expect a price hike from 1.80 to 2.20.

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        Re: Honda reveals CBR300R!!

        But it's still a good move. The performance is going to be closer to the Ninja 300 now than the CBR250R could ever provide, while still being easier on the pocket overall. Welcome move, it appears like Honda isn't just content with CBR250R in the wake of increasing competition.
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          Re: Honda reveals CBR300R!!

          Please someone just make a quarter liter inline-4 screamer again, I beg you!!
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            Re: Honda reveals CBR300R!!

            Finally a CBR with a CBR look and not a VFR one , am glad to see this. . . Hope this is a track focused rather than a sports-tourer which simply doesn't go with the name CBR. . .

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              Re: Honda CBR300R Revealed: xBhp News

              This looks way more better than 250 in the styling department

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                Re: Honda CBR300R Revealed: xBhp News

                Omyffing god... Looks really tempting

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                  Re: Honda CBR300R Revealed: xBhp News

                  they should bolt in an inline 4 like they used to have in 45 bhp, inline 4 in honda hornet 250.
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                    Re: Honda CBR300R Revealed: xBhp News

                    Come on HONDA .. we want atleast a parallel twin. tired of single cylinders ... Bring in a 400cc parallel twin atleast.
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                      Re: Honda CBR300R Revealed: xBhp News

                      This new machine is looking really good..
                      The twin headlights and the new muffer.. All look good.. Hope the performance is equally pleasing..
                      Lets hope after this Honda releases something much better.. Atleast Honda is trying..

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                        Re: Honda CBR300R Revealed: xBhp News

                        That one in the white is very beautiful. Especially after seeing some amazing designs from hero for the last couple of weeks. this looks really refreshing.

                        Since Honda have 500/400 twin engines, I giess this one will be a bored out single with some 30HP. not bad at all.

                        It will be nice to see the battle of singles, in 2-3 L bracket (RC 390, P390, CBR 300)

                        if Hero or TVS is working on a 250, they may have to update now and bore it big
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                          Re: Honda CBR300R Revealed: xBhp News


                          Honda CB 300R





                          TECH SPECS


                          Dimensions

                          LxWxH 2085x745x1040 mm
                          Wheelbase 1402
                          Ground Clearance 183
                          Weight 143 kg
                          Tank Capacity 18.4 ltrs

                          Engine

                          Type DOHC, 4 valve
                          Displacement 300cc
                          BorexStroke 79x76
                          Compression 9.6:1
                          Power 26.53 bhp @ 7500 rpm
                          Torque 2.81kg.m @ 6000 rpm
                          Transmission 5 gears
                          Fuelling FI
                          Starting Electric

                          Chassis

                          Suspension
                          Front Telescopic 130mm
                          Rear Monoshock 105mm
                          Brakes
                          Front 276mm disc
                          Rear 240 mm disc
                          Tyre
                          Front 110/70-17
                          Rear 140/70-17

                          Electricals

                          Battery 12v, 6 Ah
                          Headlight H/L 60/55W
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                            Re: Honda CBR300R Revealed: xBhp News

                            A new Honda CBR300R; A new quarter-litre Triumph spied; A new BMW cafe racer/roadster - all in one day!!!

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                              Re: Honda CBR300R Revealed: xBhp News

                              Originally posted by Satellite.kid View Post
                              But it's still a good move. The performance is going to be closer to the Ninja 300 now than the CBR250R could ever provide, while still being easier on the pocket overall. Welcome move, it appears like Honda isn't just content with CBR250R in the wake of increasing competition.
                              With a single cylinder and easy on pocket concept, it is not possible to touch N250R power figures leave N300. I have my doubts that a single cylinder engine can show a bump of ~10 PS with just a minute increase of 50cc. The current CBR250R produces ~26 PS. N250R and N300 produce 33PS and 39PS of power. With an increase in capacity of the engine by a mere 50cc, is it possible to retain the essential characteristics of the original engine it is based on?

                              If this is a twin cylinder (say two CBR150R engines in parallel config) then it might be closer to N250R or even surpass it by a lil margin in power output but it won't be so pocket friendly. CBR250R in Hyd is already at ~2L, so if this is single cylinder then going by Honda's pricing it should be commanding some 30-40K extra. If its a twin cylinder which is highly unlikely, then it can touch the quarter to three mark easily.

                              All we can do it wait and see for the spec to come up and then the comparo will work properly.
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