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Honda launched the CBR 650F at the RevFest.
The large air scoop, tank and dual petal discs give it a big-bike feel.
Nissin brakes with ABS as standard perform the stopping duties on the CBR 650F.
The 649cc, in-line four-cylinder, engine produces 85.8bhp at 11,000rpm.
The underbelly exhaust sounds quiet, and helps keep the center of gravity low and centered.
The CBR650F gets an alloy swingarm.
A 180/55ZR17M trye at the rear, from Dunlop was mounted on the CBR650F. Metzelers are also an option from the manufacturer.
A digital, yet dated display console makes its way to the Honda CBR 650F.
A cut out section in the side faring exposes the engine, further adding to the sporty appeal of the Honda CBR 650F.
A large yet ergonomic fuel tank lets the rider feel comfortable astride the Honda CBR 650F.
A rear 3/4th profile of the Honda CBR 650F.
The Honda CBR 650F looks quite impressive from the side.
A 4-2-1 exhaust system has been installed on the Honda CBR 650F.
A single shock with spring-preload adjustability; 5.0 inches travel performs rear suspension duties.
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