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Honda CBR 300R 2014 Specifications – More Details Emerge

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We recently covered the new Honda CBR 300R, which was showcased at the  China International Motorcycle Trade Exhibition in Chongqing, China. The spec sheet for the bike has been released and we now have a better idea of the bike’s performance capabilities.

The CBR 300R is going to propelled by a 286 cc single cylinder engine and will be able to generate a max power of 30.4 bhp at 8500 rpm with a peak torque capability of 27 Nm at 7250 rpm. It has a 76 mm bore, and  63 mm stroke length. The CBR 250R also had a powerplant with a 76 mm stroke and a 55 mm bore; it seems safe to conclude that the 300R’s engine is based off of it. DOHC design has been integrated to the cylinder head, and Honda’s fabled PGM-FI is present to keep a check on the usage of precious fuel.

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The Honda CBR 300R

Let’s contrast these specs with those of the CBR 250R. The 250R produces 26 bhp of peak power at 8500 rpm, and 22.9 Nm of peak twist-force at 7000 rpm. The CBR300R falls behind the Ninja 300′s 296 cc with a single-pot 286 cc engine. The Ninja 300 has the potential to belt out a peak power of 39 bhp and 27.1 Nm of peak torque.

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The spec sheet announcement

The CBR300R  tips the scales with a kerb weight of 164 kilograms,3 kilos lighter than the C-ABS fitted CBR250R. Pit it against the Green Assassin, and we have data that is sure to leave some of you bewildered. The 300R is a whole 10 kgs lighter than the Ninja 300, which weighs in at 174 kilograms, when all the consumables have been mounted. Thus, it is hard to come to a conclusion about which bike comes out tops until we actually get our hands on the 300R.

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A comparison

The bike will be shod with the same wheels as the ones on the CBR250R. The front will have 110/70-17 tires and 140/70-17 in the rear. It is expected that both will be tubeless tyres, another feature that it has in common with the 250R. More in-depth details such as fuel-tank capacity and headlamp details haven’t been revealed.

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Headlights on the CBR 300R

The CBR 300R is being seen as Honda’s attempt to cash in on the holiday season cheer. The 300R hasn’t fallen far from the apple tree and shows characteristics of its CBR genes. It will be interesting to see if the upgraded features and updated price tag are able to bring buyers to the showrooms.

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The CBR 300R on display

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16 Comments

  1. Ben

    October 23, 2013 at 1:40 pm

    RIP NINJA 300

  2. sam surya

    October 25, 2013 at 6:49 pm

    wooowww new ninja killer :D

  3. keeshan

    October 31, 2013 at 11:10 am

    When it will be launched in india? price please

  4. vysakh nair

    November 9, 2013 at 8:26 am

    one still dont think it could beat ninja 300 ..
    ninja 300 still has an upper edge in design and power (bhp) compared to CBR 300 ..
    price will decide which one to buy

  5. sreejith

    December 16, 2013 at 2:30 pm

    195000

  6. Dheeraj

    December 26, 2013 at 4:46 pm

    Honda I m ur dieheart fan but please just think about the whole design of 300r, yes it is a full fairing bike but less in sportyness and the dynamic structure. please make ur bikes like 20s or 90s and make ur style catastrophycally.

  7. Ryan

    January 7, 2014 at 12:25 am

    please can you provide the accurate price of this bike after launched in India

  8. kangkan sarania

    January 14, 2014 at 5:03 pm

    again 1 year? cbr i wana get ma byk.

  9. Nikola

    June 17, 2014 at 2:46 pm

    it will never beat the ninja, the ninja is powerful, more revs, with 1 more cylinder + better looking

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