CBR1000RR-R Fireblade Gets Engine Updates & More for 2022

Discussion in 'General 1000RR Discussion' started by Ian E, Nov 23, 2021.

  1. Ian E

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    I like the look of the 30th Anni version.
     
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    Hmmm. Better midrange allegedly but no figures. No VVT either. I’ll wait for the next model with VVT and a sensible riding position.
     
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    If you wait too long you'll end up with a CBR EV mobility scooter.
     
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    I’ve got the ‘17 which is a far better bike for the road. If I was to change now, the BMW would get my vote.
     
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    I'm currently running a '19 sp having started with a March '92 r/w/b 28 years ago and only upgrading in '04 and '08 before finally getting the '19. I still think I prefer the original.
     
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    I would have bought a gen 1 or 2 (foxeye) had I not been wary about finding decent 16" rubber.
     
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    @Coda there's plenty of 16''ers that have been converted to 17''.
     
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    Yes, I know, and I wouldn't want one.
     
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    In the U.S. they are apparently still doing the CBR 1000 RR(?) SC77 style new for 2022 in the 2020 SP colour scheme, r/w/b, with or without abs and a crank shaft 199 bhp (up 10 bhp on last year) $16,499 srp according to rideapart.com
     

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