Honda CB1100

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Honda CB1100
HONDA CB1100 - 2009 Tokyo MotorShow.jpg
Manufacturer Honda
Production Since 2010
Predecessor Honda CB750 Four or Honda CB1100F
Class Standard motorcycle
Engine 1,140 cc (70 cu in) air- and -oil-cooled inline four-cylinder, DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder, fuel injected
Compression ratio 9.5:1
Ignition type Electronic
Transmission 5-speed (2010-2013), 6-speed (2014+) chain
Suspension Front: 41 mm Hydraulic Telescopic Fork with adjustable spring preload, 4.2 in travel
Rear: 4.5 in. dual shocks with adjustable spring preload
Brakes Front: Dual four-piston hydraulic calipers with full-floating 296 mm discs
Rear: Single hydraulic caliper 256mm disc
Wheelbase 58.7 in (1,490 mm)
Seat height 31.2 in (790 mm)

The Honda CB1100 is a 1,140 cc (70 cu in) air-cooled inline four-cylinder naked bike that was introduced by Honda in 2010 as a modern successor to the CB750. At introduction the motorbike was available in Japan, Australia and New Zealand; it was later introduced to Europe and the United States in 2013.[1]

The CB1100 is styled as a Universal Japanese Motorcycle. The model underwent a revision in 2014, gaining a sixth gear and new gauge cluster. Honda also released the CB1100 Deluxe, an upgraded variant on the standard CB1100. The 2017 model was updated with front and back LED lights, a new lighter exhaust, a fuel tank curvier made of pressed aluminum, and the addition of a slipper clutch.

CB1100 Deluxe

Introduced in 2014 the Deluxe model has a 6 speed transmission, larger fuel tank (0.5 gallons), 4-in-2 exhaust, ABS, modified seat and other details.[2] In North America this model is labeled CB1100 DLX.[3]

The CB1100 EX model variant in addition to the DLX also features wire wheels.[4] As of 2014 it is available in Japan and Europe.

CB1100 RS

A CB1100 RS model was released in the 2017 model year. This model has all lighting from LED lights, slightly revised engine, 17-inch aluminium wheels, wheelbase 5mm shorter, Tokico radial brake calipers, different caster angle, sportier suspension setup with dual bending valve two-piece Showa right side up 43 mm fork, and sport-oriented tires.[5][6]


  1. ^ 2013 CB1100 Overview - Honda Powersports
  2. ^ 2014 Honda CB1100 - First Look -
  3. ^ 2014 CB1100 Overview - Honda Powersports
  4. ^ CB1100 EX
  5. ^ Newland, Richard (October 4, 2016). "Intermot: Honda reveal café-cool CB1100RS". Motorcycle Retrieved October 5, 2016.
  6. ^ MacDonald, Sean (October 4, 2016). "The 2017 Honda CB1100RS Gets Serious About Looking Cool And Riding Performance". Cycle World. Retrieved October 6, 2016.

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