THE YEARS HAVE BEEN KIND TO THIS UN-RESTORED 600F HURRICANE
- KFG CERTIFIED PRE-OWN 50 POINT CHECK AND TEST RIDE
- 1500 MILES AND/OR 30 DAY WARRANTY
- ALL ORGINAL BODY PANELS ORIGINAL PAINT
- BIKE IS COMPLETLY OEM STOCK
- THIS PAINT SCHEME WAS ONLY PRODUCTED 1 YEAR
- SOME COSMETIC IMPERFECCTIONS, MINOR AND AGE APPROPRIATE, NEVER DOWN
- STRONG RUNNER AND WELL MAINTAINED
- NO DISAPPOINTMENTS HERE - BEAUTIFUL SUVIVOR
- FINANCING AVAILABLE & TRADE INS WELCOMED!
- SHIPPING AVAILABLE NATIONWIDE
Sometimes known as the Hurricane, the Honda CBR 600F broke a lot of ground in 1987 when it was introduced, and led to a long line of successors. Borrowing a chapter from the Ducati Paso design book, the CBR bodywork envelopes the frame and engine, but where Ducati had an air-cooled engine inside, the water-cooled Honda primarily needs to cool the radiators.
Returning to an inline four from the more complex V-4 in the Interceptor series, Honda hid all manner of structure, plumbing and electrical inside the CBR’s soap bar and used the money they would’ve spent on making the parts beautiful on engineering, producing one of the best balanced, most refined, and accessible sportbikes of any displacement or price.
The over-square 598cc engine generates 93 hp at 9,500 rpm, along with 45 ft-lbs of torque. Visible outside of the Tupperware are the 276mm drilled front disks and 218mm rear. Semi-hidden are the air-adjustable forks ( with TRAC anti-dive ) and Pro-Link monoshock rear. Harder to locate is the magic, the refinement and smoothness that made Cycle World call the 1988 model “The best Japanese motorcycle we have ever tested”.