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A Japanese made bike, The Honda CBR600RR has a liquid cooled, inline four cylinder, 599cc engine and a top speed of 161 mph (260 km/h).
The CBR600RR has gone through 3 revisions, one in 2005, in 2007, and last in 2009. The current model includes Combined ABS as an available option, new exhaust that increased the torque, and updates to the engine that include changes to the pistons and cylinders and a high resistance valve lifter and a popup valve system inherited from the CBR1000RR.
The CBR600RR credentials alone are outstanding particularly its reputation as the only 600cc machine that has won more AMA and World Supersport championships than any other bike in history. Honda introduced the CBR600RR in 2003 as a race replica version of Honda's CBRFx series motorcycles. The CBR 600RR has won 7 of 8 Supersport World Championship titles since its introduction.