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When Mike Hailwood on his Ducati beat Phil Read on his single overhead cam Honda at the Formula 1 World Championship on the Isle of Man, Honda decided to speed up their plans to put a new sports bike based on the Honda Formula 1 bikes on the market to substitute the then veteran CB Its mission: to reclaim the title for the Honda Formula 1 and penetrate the sports sector of the market dominated by the Italian brands and Suzuki. Honda was in a somewhat delicate situation in the spring of The CBX six-cylinder had not been a success as a sport bike because the Suzuki GS was almost as quick and a lot more agile and refined on curves. The solution was to take to the series a narrow, powerful and above all, stable and lightweight relatively light four-cylinder bike to avoid unfavorable comparisons between the CBX and the Suzuki GS
With a superbly set-up It is said that racing improves the breed and that frame, the CBFZ has famous saying could be used as an epithet for the remarkably good handling CBFZ Honda, or Bol D'Or as it is known on the characteristics. If its specification seems a little familiar, that can be put down to its racing parentage, namely the one-litre Honda wonders that have been cleaning up in endurance racing for the past few years. The 's evolution is not just a simple matter of racer turned road-burner, however, and in fact goes back to the time when Honda were looking for a new sports flagship. Under the watchful eye of Soichiro Irimajiri, renowned for his racing bikes of the s and for his hand in the company's Formula One car projects, two bikes were developed. Both machines were of one-litre capacity, both had approximately the same performance and both used lots of knowhow from the endurance racing project. The only difference between the two models was the number of cylinders they had.
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Ein vierter Sieg komplettierte die Erfolgsserie im darauffolgenden Jahr. Die eingesetzte RCB mit bzw. Der Antrieb der beiden Nockenwellen erfolgte geteilt. Eine zweite Kette verband diese mit der Einlassnockenwelle. Im Solobetrieb zeigte die Tachonadel auch mal Sachen an. Das Leistungsgewicht war exorbitant gut, jedes PS musste lediglich 2,5 Kilogramm schleppen. Woran lag es?
The Honda CBF is a Honda motorcycle made in two iterations which appeared some twenty years apart. The first generation was produced from through ,  and was available in the United States in and In it was replaced by the CBF. The second generation was available from through In Honda introduced its flagship CB superbike ,   whose success led to Honda's domination of the motorcycle market. The CBF's design was aimed at European markets, rather than the usual focus on the United States, where it was not available until
Honda CB 900 Boldor
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While Honda initiated the revolution that saw the four-cylinder motorcycle take over the world, by the mids its single-overhead camshaft CB was no longer king. But these were all two-valve cylinder head designs and Honda, more than anyone, appreciated the advantage of four valves per cylinder. It was only a matter of time before a four-valve cylinder head appeared on a Honda production bike. So for a new double-overhead camshaft four-cylinder replaced the single-overhead camshaft CB The new four represented a change in direction from the previous evolutionary program, sharing many design characteristics with the CBX
After years of technical and commercial hegemony Four models, Honda, to meet competition from other motorcycle manufacturers, it ceases production of the series CB shaft and at the end of presents the new exhibition in Cologne, CBK, which will be the parent a series of new models with four-cylinder engine with double overhead camshaft. The CBK is characterized by rather soft lines that add to the four separate pots, raised the handlebars and the rear drum brake, suggest a movement of more tourist and recreational setting and seems to mark a return to the past than the last model SOHC. It also presents several new techniques such as four valves per cylinder and double overhead camshaft distribution in the head with pads and shorts instead of the classic rocker. The four valves per cylinder and measures of square bore and stroke prone to make the engine run up and take it easy laps. The CBK finally turns out to a good compromise between tourism and sport. The following year, also to address the high cost of running the six-cylinder model, Honda decided to build a four-cylinder sport markedly more inclination. In early he was presented the first CBF-Z, who proudly carries the inscription on the side panels Bol d'Or to remember the noble, but only virtual descent from the competition model.
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