1996 Honda CBR900RR Erion Racing

SOLD FOR: $7,490

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Description

Click here for an CycleVIN Motorcycle History Report on this 1996 Honda CBR900RR. Additional photos are available here for your perusal.

It feels as though we’ve been listing CBR900RRs every week for a couple of months, so this time let’s skip the history (except to remind you that Honda offered a Erion Racing tribute livery in 1996).

This example (VIN: JH2SC3305TM001839) is offered by the same seller who recently listed a fantastic 1998 Yamaha R1 with us.

He describes this bike as follows: “There are 1996 Honda CBR900RRs, and then there’s THIS 1996 Honda CBR900RR. Extensive restoration and some modifications that make this bike absolutely perfect as well as one-of-a-kind. There are subtle details that even a hardcore fan might miss; Tadao Baba would be proud. It’s got the better, albeit subtle, design elements of the SC28 with the mechanical improvements of the SC33 and it sports the forever so awesome Erion livery.

Visual Condition:
With the exception of a few minor (and when I say minor, I mean you really need a magnifying glass to see them) “scuffs”, this bike is cosmetically perfect.


Mechanical Condition:
This bike runs tremendously strong and is 100% mechanically sound. The only notable exception is an intermittent starter issue that is random and I’ve been looking into tracing the problem, but haven’t pulled the starter yet, so I’m not sure. The bike’s starter will sometimes hang.

The Chassis:
The odometer shows 11,663 miles.
New OEM Triple Clamp
New OEM Steering Head Bearings
Full Fork Rebuild – OEM Honda Seals, OEM Honda 10 Weight Oil, forks refinished

New OEM hardware on rear shock mount

New Chain Adjuster
Front Chain Guard – New OEM ‘Tire Information’ label.

MODIFICATION – No rear chain guard – mounting tabs removed on swing arm and refinished, making for a clean presentation at the rear wheel and highlighting the rear sprocket and chain

The Engine:
New NGK Iridium Spark Plugs
New OEM Oil Filter and fresh HP4 10W-40 Semi-Synthetic Honda Oil
New OEM Primary Air Filter and Secondary Sub-Filter
NOTE – Completely stock air box; no modifications
New Factory Pro Titanium Jet Kit with Titanium Needles, properly jetted for the full Erion exhaust
New O-Rings, T-Fittings, Needle Valves and Seats for the Carburetor
New OEM Clutch Plates and Springs
New OEM control cables – Clutch, Choke, Throttle
New Lithium Battery with a Tender Hook-Up (not the kind you find on a Friday night)
New OEM out-of-the-box fuel tank

New OEM Fuel Tank Bumpers, Hardware, Petcock
MODIFICATION – $2000 in total cost for a custom, fully polished stainless steel 4-2 into 1 full Erion Exhaust with hand built exhaust tube

The Body, Controls and Systems:
New OEM Left and Right Rear Tail Fairings
New OEM Left and Right Front Lower Fairings
Left Mid Fairing, Upper Fairing and Front Lower Chin Spoiler have been refinished/repainted in color correct Honda paint

NOTE – No cracks, no broken tabs on any of the fairings – all mint – no corrosion on brackets/bolts
Refinished Heel Guards

Refinished Front and Rear Brake Calipers and components
Front and Rear Brakes completely rebuilt with new seals and brake cups
New OEM Honda bolts, nuts, grommets, spacers, springs, cotters, axle bolts, sprocket nuts, etc. throughout the bike – exorbitant amount spent on these details
New OEM grips
New OEM bar ends
New OEM Clip-Ons and all Internals
New OEM Kill Switch – Bright Red Switch, no fade

New OEM Gauge Foam on the Instruments – no needle fade
New OEM Mirrors – Left and Right
New Halogen Bulbs – front headlights
New Bulbs in entire gauge cluster
Headlight glass and Tail Light cover polished to perfection


New Wheel Hub and Bearings
Wheel axle, spacer, bolts, etc. polished
Front and rear wheels powdercoated gloss black with HRC decals added for custom signature. New Bridgestone Battlax S21F tires.


MODIFICATION – Core-Moto Stainless Steel Braided Brake Lines – Red Anodized Banjo Fittings
MODIFICATION – Renthal Lightweight Front and Rear Sprockets – 16/45 (2 up on the back sprocket) with RK 520 Gold Chain

MODIFICATION – New Zero Gravity SR Stock Style Windscreen

MODIFICATION – the ‘CBR’ script decals on this bike (mid fairings and upper nose fairing) have the ‘jagged edge’ design from the 1997 model year (versus the traditional ‘block’ style lettering used on the earlier models)

MODIFICATION – Front Fender SC28 conversion – removal of the more obtrusive SC33 front fender and retrofitted with a slim and more aesthetically pleasing SC28 front fender (including SC28 fork guards)

MODIFICATION – Competition Werkes Rear Fender Eliminator utilizing new OEM rear turn signals.

Accessories:
Two (2) New OEM Honda Keys
Two (2) Original Honda Keys
New OEM Honda Owner’s Manual in a new OEM storage bag.

In impressive cosmetic and mechanical condition, this well-modified 900RR is ready to show or ride. Got any questions? Let us know in the comments below!

Additional Information

Year

1996

Make

Honda

Model

CBR900RR

Mileage

11, 663

Title

Clean

Private Party/Dealership
VIN

JH2SC3305TM001839

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