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Honda CBR 600F2
The 1991 CBR came in one of two color schemes: Ross White with Fighting Red or Black with Real Blue, Light Blue and Pink.
The bike had "60" series radial tires and rated 100 hp (up from 7 hp from 1990). The engine and chassis had a new design, the engine was a 599cc DOHC 16 valve liquid-cooled inline four cylinder linked to a 6-speed transmission, The serial number began JH2PC250*MM000008.
Four years later, when it was time to revamp the CBR600,
Honda adhered to exactly the same formula to create the CBR600F2: class-leading
performance, but with the same uncanny balance that characterized the original.
Indeed, the F2 took over right where the Hurricane had left off, setting new
class standards for peak power, acceleration and handling as well as comfort.
While the formula and the subsequent results were
identical to the Hurricane's, the F2 was completely redesigned, from the
wheels on up. The 599cc powerplant was six pounds lighter, considerably more
compact and boasted an astonishing 100 horsepower, thanks to more oversquare
cylinder dimensions, 2mm larger carburetors, a higher compression ratio and
significant reductions in internal friction.
To say the enthusiast press liked the F2 understates the