Honda CBR400

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Honda CBR400
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ManufacturerHonda
Production1983 - 1994
Classsport bike
RelatedHonda RVF400
Honda VFR400

History

First incarnation of the CBR400s came about in 1983 as the CBR400F as a naked. The following two years, it came as semi and fully faired as the F3 Endurance. 1986 saw the fully faired CBR400R Aero released featuring the Tri-Arm braced swing-arm. The Aero was superseded the following year by the CBR400RR NC23 Hurricane and the Tri-Arm was carried over. The NC23 also known as the Hurricane. The last of the CBR400s came in the form of the CBR400RR NC29 Fireblade with the Gull-Arm swing arm with production ending in 1994. The NC23 engine followed over.

The NC23 is often referred as the Tri-Arm and the NC29 as the Gull-Arm to distinguish between the two models.

The NC23 engine was used in the Honda CB-1 NC27.

CBR400F

Manufactured between 1983 and 1984.

Aero

Manufactured in 1986.

NC23

Tri-Arm, manufactured between 1987 and 1989.

NC29

Gull-Arm

  • 1990 to 1991 CBR400RRL
  • 1992 to 1993 CBR400RRN
  • 1994 CBR400RRR

Specifications

Configuration: in-line four
Displacemet (cm³): 399
Valve train: DOHC
Mass (kg): 163
Fuel capacity (l): 14.4
Rider seat height (mm):
Overall length (mm): 1990
Power (kW (hp)): 44 (59)

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