2000 Honda CBR929RR

$5,885

Description

Click here for an CycleVIN Motorcycle History Report on this 2000 Honda CBR929RR. Additional photos are available here for your perusal.

Far from a bored-out version of its predecessor, the CBR929RR was an all-new model. In fact, the only pieces that were interchangeable from the outgoing model were the countershaft sprocket and clutch plates – everything else was completely novel. At the heart of the 929 was an all-new over square engine that made some major advancements over the first Fireblade. Thanks to a cleverly-designed high-flowing cylinder head and a bevy of trick lightweight internals, the 929 produced significantly more power than the 900 at higher RPM. The 929 also featured Honda’s PGM-FI and 40mm Keihin throttle bodies — with one injector per cylinder — developed with Honda specifically for the 929.

The package also included the firm’s HTEV (Honda Titanium Exhaust Valves), as well as a flapper valve in the airbox to bolster mid-range power. The liquid-cooled, four-stroke, DOHC, 929cc, four-cylinder engine put down 152 hp at 10,750 rpm and 76.1 ft-lbs of torque at 9,000 rpm — a major jump over the first double-R. Admittedly, the Honda was a little down on power compared to the Yamaha, however, the RR more than made up for it in the corners. The 929 offered excellent handling, largely thanks to its new “pivot-less” frame design. Gone was the old perimeter structure, and in its place was a twin-spar aluminum unit which utilized the powertrain as a stressed member and mounting point for the swingarm and backbone. Because the swingarm pivot was positioned in the engine case, the swingarm – which like the frame was both lighter and more rigid than the outgoing model’s — was able to be stretched by 20mm, despite the wheelbase being 5mm shorter.

While the original 900RR featured a front-end designed to look like an inverted unit, the 929 featured an actual pair of upside-down forks; a 43mm HMAS (Honda Multi-Action System) set that was fully adjustable, just like the piggyback-reservoir-equipped monoshock. Stopping power came from dual 330mm discs pinched by four-pot Nissin calipers, and as Cycle World put it, they “refuse to fade”. Another major change on the 929 was its 17-inch front-wheel. Similar to the 900RR, a major theme in the 929’s design was keeping weight to a minimum. Baba’s team did a remarkable job of finding places to shave off weight, such as the rear brake caliper which is 5.3oz lighter than the old model’s. Weighing in at around 430 lbs wet — a full 15 lbs less than the R1 — the 929RR was capable of hitting speeds of over 175 mph.

Manufactured in May 2000, this example is VIN: JH2SC4416YM000588. The seller acquired it seven months ago from the original owner.

During his ownership, the seller has covered 200 miles. The odometer shows 19,404 miles.

Maintenance:
The seller notes fresh fluids and new Michelin Pilot Power tires (120/70/17 & 190/50/17) with one ride on them – he adds that there are no known mechanical issues.

Modifications:
Frame sliders.

Battery tender lead.

Cosmetic Blemishes:
The seller notes some “minor scratches and minor rock chips on upper fairing, other wise it’s very clean.





The sale includes two keys, a Haynes service manual, owner’s manual, and an extra set of wheels.


Currently located in Rancho Cucamonga, California, this Honda is offered on a clean California title. Have any CBR929RR stories or questions about this listing? Let us know in the “Comments” tab!

Additional Information

Location

Rancho Cucamonga, California

Year

2000

Make

Honda

Model

CBR929RR

Mileage

19,404

VIN

JH2SC4416YM000588

Title

Clean

Title State/Country

California

Private Party/Dealership

Private Party

Additional Charges

No

CycleVIN

https://cyclevin.com/JH2SC4416YM000588.pdf

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