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The 600 supersport class is one of the most hotly contested in motorcycling. Youthful riders, and those who ride like them, enjoy the lightning quick throttle response and handling of these compact rockets. To stay competitive in the class, Honda has completely redesigned the CBR600RR. Features include an all-new powerplant with a 15,000 rpm redline and improved air/fuel management, a Fine Die-Cast frame that is lighter and more compact, an RC211V-inspired Ultra Pro-Link rear suspension system, as well as front brake calipers that are radially mounted to the 41mm Honda Multi-Action System inverted front fork. Slightly taller bars have been fitted to enhance rider comfort.

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