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CBR250R

If you’re looking for an smart, capable and affordable fun way to enjoy life on two wheels, we got just the bike for you: Honda CBR250R! The fuel-injected CBR250R offers everything you want in a first-time or all-around great bike: Light weight. A powerband that’s immensely user-friendly, Excellent fuel efficiency, Unmatched reliability and a fun factor that’s off the chart.

The CBR250R gives motorcyclists an innovative approach to riding, one that’s both appealing and fun. Beginners and experienced hands alike will recognize the economy and extreme versatility of this sporty little ride. Equipped with an extremely efficient 249cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine featuring a sophisticated four-valve DOHC cylinder head, counterbalancer, and PGM-FI fuel injection, plus the option of ABS and more, this dependable lightweight delivers nimble handling, a broad spread of easily accessible power, excellent HYPERLINK “http://www.totalmotorcycle.com/motorcycles/2013models/2013-Honda-CBR250R.htm”fuel mileage and low operating costs, all in one. Put it to work for your daily commute, quick trips around city or weekend back-road explorations; the CBR250R does it all while delivering as much fun per mile as anything around, all at a price that just about anyone can afford.

CBR250R spec

Engine Type      : 249.6cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder 4 stroke 4 Valve DOHC

Max Power : 19.4kW/ 8,500min (95/1/EC)

Max torque : 23.8Nm / 7,000min (95/1/EC)

Induction: PGM-FI  Electronic Fuel injection

Ignition: Computer-controlled digital transistorized with electronic advance

Transmission: Six-speed

Final Drive: O-ring-sealed chain

Suspension
Front: 37mm fork; 4.65 inches travel
Rear: Pro-Link single shock with five-position spring preload adjustability; 4.07 inches travel

Brakes
Front: Twin-piston caliper with single 296mm disc
Rear: Single-caliper 220mm disc

Tyres  : Front: 110/70-17 Radial
Rear: 140/70-17 Radial

Wheelbase: 1,369mm, Seat height : 780mm

Fuel Capacity: 13 ltrs (including LCD indicated reserve)

Kerb weight : 161kg

 

CB1000R

Dominating presence, Sports performance. Honda built a special chassis that puts the 998cc engine out front and center, and lets you sit more upright. The result is one of the most versatile open-class bikes the world has ever seen, as comfortable on a long trip as it is confident on the boulevard. When you need one bike that can do it all, and do it exceedingly well, the CB1000R is the bike you want.

A casual glance at the 2013 Honda CB1000R quickly indicates that it is a classic recreation of Honda’s formula for high performance in a four-cylinder bike without a fairing. Essentially, it’s a naked bike if you will, or it might even be considered by some riders, or as a street fighter, or even a race bike in civilian garb. No matter how one categorizes it, it’s a proven and well accepted design form that’s been around Honda’s works for several years that reflects a clean, essentials only format perfectly framing its fuel-injected four-cylinder 998cc engine that produces a satisfying instantaneous power serving as an all-around high-performance motorcycle that ready to do duty in a variety of scenarios. Its chassis is unique, incorporating a single-sided swingarm featuring a high-performance single-shock rear suspension that makes the CB1000R an exclusive and ideal choice in today’s motorcycle marketplace.

The powerplant delivers a sport and racing heritage in a compact and lightweight form. The 998cc liquid-cooled DOHC, 16-valve inline four-cylinder engine with PGM fuel injection and 36mm throttle bodies has been specifically retuned for street-wise riding while providing an impressive amount of low-end torque, as well as midrange power.

The stunning CB1000R packs exhilarating litre-class Super Sports performance into a compact and muscular-looking form that looks fast even standing still. It delivers breathtaking acceleration, light, responsive handling and invigorating thrills at every twist of its throttle. This is combined with smooth, easy control and nimble handling that’s just as enjoyable along winding roads as it is on city streets.

 

 CB1000R spec

Engine Type  : Liquid Cooled 4 Stroke 16 valve DOHC inline 4

Engine Displacement : 998cc

Max Power : 92kW/ 10,000min (95/1/EC)

Max torque : 99Nm / 7,750min (95/1/EC)

Fuel System  : PGM-FI  electronic fuel injection with automatic enrichment circuit and 36 mm
throttle bodies

Ignition      :    Computer-controlled digital transistorized with 3-D mapping

Starting System  : Electric Transmission Close-ratio six-speed

Wheel Base  : 1,445mm ,  Seat Height  :  825mm

Front Suspension :  43 mm inverted HMAS cartridge fork with spring preload

Rear Suspension   :   Single gas-charged HMAS shock with spring preload and rebound damping
adjust

Front Brake :   Dual radial-mounted four-piston calipers with full-floating 310 mm discs

Rear Brake   :  Single-caliper 256 mm disc

Front Tyre   :     120/70ZR-17 Radial

Rear Tyre    :  180/55ZR-17 Radial

Fuel tank capacity  : 17 lts (including 4ltd LCD indicated reserve)

Honda Integra

At the first sight it will be hard to put the Honda Integra into any known category. Its unique design places it just at the border between motorcycles and scooters and is pretty safe to say that the Integra integrates a small part of both these categories.

With the Integra’s styling and general layout, it’s hard to believe that its protective and aerodynamic bodywork hides the very same engine and chassis of the NC700X. Technical commonality extends to engine tuning, frame geometry, suspension and even to the wheels, tires and ABS-equipped brakes, the last featuring the same 320mm front disc and three-piston caliper.

Thereby, the bike offers the comfort of a big scooter offering a relaxed riding position, a big windscreen and plenty of storage places, while at its heart lies a pretty strong powerplant which rewards you with an agile acceleration and three digit speeds.

In fact, the very good riding qualities of this Honda chassis remain substantially unchanged in the Integra, which handles and rides way better than any maxi-scooter in production today. The engine is a highly innovative SOHC, 670cc parallel-Twin, with a substantial 11.7:1 compression ratio. Honda lists Max output as 38.1kW at 6250 rpm and 62Nm of torque at 4750 rpm, even with the six-speed DCT.

Once aboard, the Integra offers a rational and comfortable riding posture. Floorboards are set forward, and the consequent positioning of the rider’s feet partly compensates for the extra weight of the bags and top case. The seat, set at 31.1 in., is ample and comfortably contoured for two. The fairing proves highly protective, making even a ride in the cold weather a pleasant experience. Heated grips, available as an option.

Honda’s proprietary DCT is perfectly teamed to the flexible engine. In D mode, the midsize Twin is smooth in everyday riding conditions and easily delivers more than 100kms per gallon. In S mode, the DCT becomes a high-performance transmission, capable of holding gears to peak power rpm and downshifting under braking. The feeling is brisk and sporty, and the Integra hits 85 mph quite quickly. Manual shifting via the left hand is possible, but it’s best to set the transmission to Sport and simply appreciate the spirited performance. The fairing ensures very good stability at speeds of up to 160kms, about the performance limit of the Integra. On a similarly positive note, braking, as on all late-model scooters, is controlled by two hand levers, which is very instinctive.

 

Honda Integra Spec

Engine Type : Liquid-Cooled 4-Stroke 8-Valve, SOHC Parallel 2-Cylinder

Engine Displacement :670cm3

Max. Power Output :38.1kW/6,250min (95/1/EC)

Max. Torque             :62Nm/4,750min (95/1/EC)

Ignition System : Computer-Controlled Digital Transistorised With Electronic Advance

Fuel System       : PGM-FI  electronic fuel injection

Fuel Tank Capacity :14.1 ltr

Fuel Consumption : 3.75ltr / 100kms

Transmission Type : 6-Speed Dual Clutch Transmission

Clutch                         :Wet, Multiplate Hydraulic 2-Clutch

Clutch Operation :Push Button – D Mode/S Mode/Manual Mode

Wheelbase :1,525mm  , Seat Height : 790mm

Tyres : Front :120/70-ZR17M/C (58W)

Rear :160/60-ZR17M/C (69W)

Suspension :

Front :41mm Telescopic Fork, 120mm Travel

Rear :Monoshock Damper, Pro-Link Swingarm, 120mm Travel

Brakes :  Front :320mm Single Wavy Hydraulic Disc With 3-Piston Calipers And Sintered Metal
Pads, C-ABS As Standard

Rear :240mm Single Wavy Hydraulic Disc With Single-Piston Caliper And Sintered
Metal Pads, C-ABS As Standard

Kerb Weight :238kg

 

Honda NC700X

The 2013 Honda NC700X is an aggressive motorcycle created for adventures riders. Thanks to its versatile character, the Honda NC700X can deal with any type of road effortless. Named one of Cycle World’s “10 Best Bikes for 2012” in its first year, the NC700X is an awesome commuter during the week. On the weekend it lets you go exploring in the country, or carve up a twisty canyon road. And to sweeten the deal, it’s even available in two versions: one model features a conventional six-speed, manual-clutch transmission, while a second automatic transmission version is available with Honda’s exclusive Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT). Plus, the DCT version comes with Honda’s revolutionary Combined ABS!

In the real world, we need to carry more than just a cell phone and a credit card. That’s why the NC700X offers a 21-liter utility compartment, big enough to hold most full-face helmets. Safe, secure, and convenient, you’ll use it every time you ride.

The Honda NC700X is equipped with a 670cc, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin, SOHC engine with four valves per cylinder. The motorcycle is offered in two versions namely one with a conventional six-speed, manual-clutch transmission, and the other with automatic transmission. The Honda NC700X offers an average fuel consumption of 64 mpg.

The motorcycle’s stopping power is offered by a single 320mm disc with two-piston caliper which is paired with a rear single 240mm disc with single-piston caliper.

The Honda NC700X comes with 14.1 ltr fuel tank and rides on 120/70ZR17 front and 160/60ZR17 rear radial tyres.

 

 

 

Honda NC700X spec

Engine Type : Liquid-Cooled 4-Stroke 8-Valve, SOHC Parallel 2-Cylinder

Engine Displacement : 670cm3

Max. Power Output :38.1kW/6,250min (95/1/EC)

Max. Torque             :62Nm/4,750min (95/1/EC)

Ignition System : Computer-Controlled Digital Transistorised With Electronic Advance

Fuel System       : PGM-FI  electronic fuel injection

Fuel Tank Capacity :14.1 ltr

Transmission : Six-Speed

Final Drive : Chain

Front Suspension :41mm Fork, 5.4 Inches Travel

Rear Suspension :Pro-Link® Single Shock; 5.9 Inches Travel

Front Brake :Single 320mm single wavy hydraulic Disc With Two-Piston Caliper and sintered
metal pads

Rear Brake :Single 240mm Disc wavy hydraulic Disc With Single-Piston Caliper and sintered
metal pads

Wheelbase : 1,540mm, Seat Height : 830mm

Kerb Weight   : 209kg

 

VT750C Shadow 

Classic Style. Modern Performance.

Honda’s line of Shadows are some of the most popular cruisers on the road. One look at the Shadow  will tell you why. Classic, retro style, spoked wheels, full fenders  and long, chromed mufflers. Thoroughly modern performance courtesy of the 745cc V-twin HYPERLINK “http://www.totalmotorcycle.com/motorcycles/2013models/2013-Honda-ShadowAero-VT750C.htm”engine, specially tuned for low-revving torque and maintenance-reducing features like shaft final drive. The best part about it , is that the Shadow is a huge bargain, giving you a big-bike ride without the big-bike price. And it’s a bargain when the time comes to fill up, too. If you’re ready to turn some heads in a big way, and appreciate a bike that’s never going to go out of style, the Shadow is the bike for you.

As a proven favorite, the Shadow  serves as a most satisfying ride for a wide range of enthusiasts. Factor in the Shadow  classic retro styling, low seat height, power-packed V-twin engine now with sophisticated Programmed HYPERLINK “http://www.totalmotorcycle.com/motorcycles/2013models/2013-Honda-ShadowAero-VT750C.htm”Fuel Injection and fine handling—all at a price that’s just right for today’s budgets—and you have the makings of a winner.

There’s nothing like a V-twin when it comes to cruising. And the Shadow is one of the best:  745cc powerplant that provides plenty of torque and a wide, user-friendly powerband.

The Shadow features a custom two-into-two exhaust system, flowing into bullet-style mufflers. The result is a soul-stirring sound that’s classic V-twin cruiser, making the Shadow a bike that sounds as good as it looks.

Cruisers should be about getting out and having fun, not about maintenance headaches. That’s why the Shadow shaft final drive makes so much sense. Clean, virtually maintenance-free and efficient, it’s the smart choice.

2013 Honda Shadow Aero VT750C Key Features

745cc liquid-cooled 52-degree V-twin

Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) – Forget about fiddling with a choke—the Shadow’s fuel injection system means no-hassle startups on cold mornings or at high altitudes, and optimal performance in any condition.

Five-Speed Transmission – Wide-ratio five-speed transmission lets you cruise the boulevard at a low, unhurried pace, yet lets you hop on the highway without revving the engine through the roof.

Chrome Highlights – Chrome highlights include cylinder-head cover, air-cleaner cover, engine sidecovers, brake and clutch-lever brackets, rear brake pedal, shift lever, handlebar, rear shock covers, and more.

V-Twin Engine – Nothing pumps out the torque like a big V-twin. The Shadow’s  power makes it perfect for both around-town cruising, commutes, and casual weekend-long rides.

Low Seat Height – Skimming the pavement at just 658mm, the Shadow low seat height makes flat-footing it at stoplights or in parking lots a breeze. And the Shadow’s  narrow seat/tank junction makes it feel even lower.

2-Into-2 Exhaust System – Sleek new pipes feature bullet-style mufflers for that classic cruiser style of yesteryear. Large-diameter head pipes and 2-into-2 system design combine to put out true, V-twin cruiser sound.

Comfortable Saddle – Broad, low-slung solo seat features a detachable passenger seat.

 

 

VT750C Shadow Spec

ENGINE :  liquid-cooled  4 stroke 6-valve SOHC 52 degrees V-twin

Max Power : 33.5kW / 5,500min (95/1/EC)

Max Torque : 64Nm/3,500min (95/1/EC)
Induction PGM-FI with automatic enrichment circuit, 34mm throttle body

Ignition Digital transistorized with electronic advance

DRIVE TRAIN : Transmission Wide-ratio five-speed
Final Drive Shaft

CHASSIS / SUSPENSION / BRAKES
Suspension : Front –  41mm fork; 4.6 inches travel
Rear –  Dual shocks with five-position spring-preload adjustability; 3.5 inches travel

Brake : Front – – 276  x 6mm hydraulic disc with combined three piston caliper, Combined ABS and sintered metal pads
Rear  – 276  x 6mm hydraulic disc with single piston caliper, Combined ABS and sintered metal pads

Front Tyre 120/90-17
Rear Tyre 160/80-15
Wheelbase 1640mm , Seat Height 658mm

Fuel Capacity : 14.6 ltr ( including 3.5 ltr reserve)

Kerb Weight : 149kg

Honda Genuine Accessories

-Chrome Windscreen, Chrome Backrest, Tall Chrome Backrest Trim, Low Chrome Backrest Trim, Chrome Rear Carrier,

 

 

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