Lot 3: Honda CBR600 RR, Ex-Matt Lagrive / Gino Rea, Model Year 2008
December 8, 2016
Berlin, Berlin, GermanyLive Auction
Honda CBR600, Ex-Matthieu Lagrive / Gino Rea
Honda Motor Co., Ltd., Japan, model year 2008
Fist registered: 2008
Vehicle identification number: n.s.
Engine identification number: n.s.
Water cooled 4-stroke 4-cylinder engine with 599 ccm, 135 PS
Manual 6 speed gearbox
Body color: Red / White / Blue
Extras: K-TECH racing suspension, racing electronics, modified engine head and camshaft
Special conditions: 17.85 % buyer's premium incl. VAT
Preview, collection and storage conditions: see auction announcements
The CBR600 is a sports tourer (F-model) or sport bike (RR-model) by the Japanese car manufacturer Honda, manufactured in the eighth generation since 1986. Honda presented the CBR600F, internally called PC19, in 1986 it was the first fully faired motorcycle with 600 ccm. The liquid-cooled engine was also fitted with double overhead camshaft, 16 valves and an output of 86 hp / 63 kW with a torque value of 60 Nm. In 2003 the CBR600RR (internally PC37) was introduced as part of the CBR series and was at first produced parallel to the PC35. They differ among others by a higher engine output, more adjustment options of the chassis and two individual seats. In model year 2007 a revised version, the PC40, was introduced, which was more powerful and lighter. Moreover, it was fitted with steering dampers and since 2009 as further option with an anti-lock braking system. This model was now able to reach 120 hp. In 2011 the PC41 was presented, whose frame and engine was based on Honda Hornet and now had integral brake and anti-lock braking system as stand.
This motorcycle has been built for World Supersport championship (WSSP) team KL Intermoto and has been ridden by riders Matthieu Lagrive and Gino Rea in seasons 2008 and 2009. The motorcycle is build according to WSSP regulations and is equipped with many racing components including K-TECH racing suspension, racing electronics, modified engine head and camshaft. The bike was restored in 2014 and since then has been preserved unused as part of a collection.
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The vehicle has to be paid and collected within 7 business days after the auction. The collection may be made via collection by the costumer or via collection by a transport company. A timely collection can also made via a commissioning of Auctionata to a fee-based transport (flat shipping rate). If the time period lapses without a result, the buyer has to pay storage costs in the amount of 25, - per day.
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