|Also called||Super Four|
|Engine||Inline-4, 16 valve, water cooled, fuel injected|
Bore x stroke: 78 mm x 67.2 mm
|Suspension||Front: 43 mm cartridge-type telescopic fork with adjustable compression and rebound damping, 109 mm axle travel|
Rear: Dual conventional dampers with 5-step adjustable spring preload, 116 mm axle travel
|Brakes||Front 310 x 4.5 mm dual disc with 4-piston calipers
Rear 256 x 6 mm dual-piston caliper
|Wheelbase||1,515 mm (59.6 in.)|
|Dimensions||L 2,220 mm W 790 mm H 1,120 mm|
|Weight||230 kg (507 lbs.)|
|Fuel capacity||21 liters (5.55 US Gal.)|
The Honda CB1300 is a 1,284 cc motorcycle released in 1998 as a successor to the CB1000. Its engine, with only minor modifications, came straight from the Honda X4, which had been released the previous year. In 2003, the CB1300 received a slightly different engine, lacking the external cooling fins of the previous one.
Beginning in 2005, Honda has simultaneously offered two versions of the CB1300: the standard, unfaired model, and the Super Bol D'Or, which is fitted with a half-cowl.
The CB1300 has never been officially sold in in the United States.
Specifications in the box to the right are from the Honda UK site
- Honda press release, February 18, 2005
- Model information, Honda UK
- Retro dream machine (review), Independent (UK), June 7, 2005