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Honda CBR250RR exhaust spied; to deliver 37 PS power?

 
Honda CBR250RR silencer

The motorcycle is expected to produce around 37 PS.

More details of the production spec Honda CBR250RR twin cylinder trickle down online as it steadily approaches its world premiere. A photo of what is claimed to be the motorcycle’s silencer system has emerged.

The dual aperture exhaust system looks futuristic and complex. The recent media reports from Indonesia suggest that the 250 cc twin-cylinder liquid-cooled engine could be belting out around 37 PS of power.

Honda CBR250RR ride-by-wire

The CBR250RR is expected to be equipped with ride-by-wire technology.

Mated to a 6-speed gearbox, the motor is said to benefit from ride-by-wire technology which enables upmarket features like riding modes, cruise control etc. In the international markets, the CBR250RR will be positioned above the single-cylinder Honda CBR300R to take on the likes of Yamaha R3, Kawasaki Ninja 300, KTM RC390, etc.

The motorcycle was previewed by the super aggressive Compact Sports concept at last year’s Tokyo Motor Show. We can expect the production version to sport sharp LED headlights and taillights, a fully digital dashboard, expressive fairings, split seats, clip-on bars with adjustable levers.

Honda CBR250RR (lightweight super sport) hi res photo (32)

The concept sported a chunky Akropovic custom exhaust system.

The Honda CBR250RR would be employing sturdy upside down front fork, rear monoshock, front and rear discs governed by ABS, and meaty rubbers. Honda may offer several performance-enhancing accessories to further enhance the quarter litre motorcycle’s appeal among youngsters.

Also read – Honda CBR250RR production ready variant leaked

The new Honda is reported to make its debut in Indonesia later this year before going on sale worldwide.

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Via – Ringpiston.com

 

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