Honda CBR1000S2 ABS Fireblade



on-road costs


Best of the Best…


This limited-edition bike is designed for the most serious enthusiasts and professional racers. In addition to all the SP features, the SP2 uses a cylinder head with larger intake and exhaust valves, along with premium forged Marchesini wheels.

Visually the carbon pattern insets and gold striping interwoven into the HRC Tri- Color paint mark the CBR1000RR SP2’s difference over the “stock” machine and gold Marchesini wheels (reducing front/rear wheel inertia by 18/9%) are another clue. But the real differences –and what gives the CBR1000RR SP2 ultimate racing potential—lie inside the engine.

While the 76mm bore is identical to the SP, the CBR1000RR SP2 cylinder head runs 1mm larger 31.5mm diameter intake valves and 1.5mm larger 25.5mm diameter exhaust valves, with 10°/12° included intake valve/included exhaust valve angles (from 11°/11°). The valve pitches are identical, maintaining cylinder head width.

It runs the same 13.0:1 compression ratio but uses valve shapes and combustion chambers optimized for efficiency. Elongated spark plugs and a water jacket tightly wrapped around the combustion chambers improve cooling; this technology is derived directly from Honda’s RC213V MotoGP machine.




liquid-cooled in-line-four-cylinder four-stroke


998 cc



6 Speed


Front Suspension:

Single 220mm disc w/ hydraulic calipers; ABS

Rear Suspension:

Unit Pro-Link® single shock; 5.2 in. travel

Front Brake:

Two 320mm discs w/ hydraulic calipers; ABS

Rear Brake:

Single 220mm disc w/ hydraulic calipers; ABS


Wet Weight:

194 kg