World’s Top 5 Fastest Bikes

5 Top fastest bikes in the world…

 

5. Honda CBR1100XX Super Blackbird:

 

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The Honda CBR1100XX Super Blackbird was a Honda motorcycle, part of the CBR series made from 1996 to 2007. The bike was developed to challenge the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-11 as the world’s fastest production motorcycle, and Honda succeeded with a top speed of 178.5 mph (287.3 km/h). It has the largest-displacement engine in Honda’s CBR range of motorcycles.

It can hit a top speed of 190 miles per hour with a power of 152 HP ,1137 cc engine. The dual counter balancer shaft provide exceptional smoothness for this superbike.

 

Key Specifications

  • 1137cc, four-stroke, inline-4 engine.
  • 6 speed transmission.
  • Maximum power: 152 HP.
  • Maximum Torque:119 Nm@7250 rpm.
  • Top speed : 190 miles per hour.
  • Twin balance shaft for exceptional smoothness.
  • Front brakes : 310 dual dics with 3 piston calipers.
  • Rear Brakes : 256 mm single dics with 3 piston caliper.

 

 

 

4. Kawasaki Ninja H2R:

 

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The Kawasaki Ninja H2 is a “supercharged supersport” class motorcycle in the Ninja sportbike series, manufactured by Kawasaki Heavy Industries, featuring a variable-speed centrifugal-type supercharger.

The H2R with 310 horsepower (230 kW) and 326 horsepower (243 kW) with ram air, is the most powerful production motorcycle on the market. The H2R track-only variant has 50% more power than the fastest street-legal motorcycles. This has an unbelievably powerful machine features 998 cc supercharged DOHC inline-4 engine.

 

Key Specifications

  • 998 cc supercharged DOHC inline-4 engine with 300 H.P power.
  • 6-speed dog-ring transmission.
  • Highly efficient Kawasaki supercharger to acquire incredible acceleration.
  • World-class KYB racing suspension.
  • Maximum Power : 310hp@14000rpm.
  • Maximum Torque : 156 Nm@12500rpm.
  • Top speed : Over 220 miles per hour.
  • Front Brakes : 2*330 mm , dual-semi floating, radial mount dics with 4 piston calipers.
  • Rear Brakes : 250 mm single disc with opposed 2 piston calipers

 

 

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