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Honda CBR 600F
The 1988CBR came in one of two color schemes: Fighting Red with Pearl Crystal White or Medium Gray Metallic with Granite Blue Metallic , The "HURRICANE" logo on both colors was red , The wheels were also red , The exhaust system was 4-into-1 , The serial number began JH2PC190*JM100001
Brief CBR600 History
Ever since Honda fired the first salvo of the 600 Supersport wars back in
1987 with the introduction of the revolutionary 600 Hurricane, Honda has,
for all intents and purposes, owned the middleweight-sportbike class. And
things look to be no less dominant now with the arrival of the all-new
and once again, benchmark-setting 2003 CBR600RR.
Subtle though the 600F's improvements were, the impact felt throughout the
sportbike landscape was indelible. Honda had sent a message, loud and clear,
that it had no intention of resting on its laurels, not to mention, its
numerous AMA 600 SuperSport Series victories. The "new" CBR600F not only
boasted a new moniker, officially adopting the CBR600 handle in place of
"Hurricane," but 10 more horsepower in its much-vaunted powerplant as well.
The immediate effect, of course, was the competition now had a moving target
that was that much harder to hit let alone keep up with whether
on the street or the racetrack. The CBR600F also continued to fly out of
showrooms as quickly as it circulated around back roads and racecourses,
adding further luster to its best-selling mantle.