Honda CB1300 Super Four

The CB1300 SUPER FOUR evolved from the CB1000 SUPER FOUR designed under the ‘Project Big-1’ concept* that made its debut in November 1992. Engine displacement was boosted to 1300cc in March 1998 when the bike underwent a full model change. A second full model change was announced in January 2003. The CB1300 is currently popular among a broad range of customers, centered around riders in their thirties.

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Honda CB1300 Super Four 2005
Category: Naked Bike

Specifications:

Model Type: Honda BC-SC54
Engine Type: SC54E·liquid cooled, 4-stroke, DOHC, 4-valve in-line cylinder engine
Displacement: 1,284cc
Bore × Stroke: 78.0mm×67.2mm
Compression Ratio: 9.6
Maximum Power (kW[PS]/rpm): 74[100]/7,000
Maximum Torque (N·m[kg·m]/rpm): 117[11.9]/5,500
Carburetor Type: PGM-FI electronic fuel injection
Starter: Electric self-starter
Ignition: Fully transistorized, battery powered
Lubrication: Force-feed and splash
Clutch: Wet, multiplate with coil springs
Transmission: Constant mesh, 5-speed return
Gear Ratios:
1: 3.083
2: 2.062
3: 1.545
4: 1.272
5: 1.130

Chassis and Dimensions
L × W × H: 2220mm×790mm×1120mm
Wheelbase: 1515mm
Ground Clearance: 135mm
Seat Height: 790mm
Vehicle Weight: 254 kg
Dry Weight: 226 kg
Frame Double cradle

Tire size
Front 120/70ZR 17M/C (58W)
Rear 180/55ZR 17M/C (73W)

Braking System
Front Dual hydraulic disc [front/rearABS]
Rear Hydraulic disc [front/rearABS]

Suspension
Front Telescopic
Rear Unit swing arm

Fuel Capacity and Consumption
Fuel Tank Capacity: 21 liters
Fuel Consumption: 25.0 km/li (testing at 60km/h)

* The concept involved using a water-cooled, DOHC, 4-valve, in-line 4-cylinder engine that would deliver a blend of powerful performance and a high degree of operability, to help bring the thrill of the drive to life.

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