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http://www.sagmart.com/news/Automobiles/honda-is-going-to-reveal-its-new-bike-cbr-600rr-this-december

The design of this new CBR is awesome; you surely skip a beat when it passes through the way. With its stylish aerodynamic design, this bike shows all its power and what it is capable of. CBR 600RR has 12 spoke alloy wheels which add a perfect sporty look that was missing from its previous version. New CBR has advanced and power braking system that can help you to stop the bike in no time even at high speed. CBR 660RR sports bike has 599cc liquid cooled inline engine with four valves that churns the power output of 102bhp. With its comfortable seating and superior handling you can enjoy long drive without any break.

Based on link above is there such a model called HONDA CBR 660RR? or is it a fail project? or is it just a fake? When you google for it you can find some other 660RR references but most of them actually refers to CBR 600RR.

(little note: couldnt find a 'bikes' or 'motorbikes' tag and couldnt create one so i used cars tag instead)

  • Umm also i would like to be noted about my mistakes in this question. What is the cause of -2 points here? – Berker Yüceer Aug 25 '13 at 21:42
  • I'm not the downvoter, but I can guess the downvote was because your question doesn't appear to be challenging a notable claim (see the faq meta.skeptics.stackexchange.com/questions/864/…) – Colin Pickard Sep 27 '13 at 11:44
  • @ColinPickard I see! At that moment that news sounded like a notable claim but i understand now. – Berker Yüceer Sep 27 '13 at 11:54
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It appears to be a typo. A search of the Honda Powersports site finds no results for 660RR and the claimed specs (599cc, 102hp) are the same those of 2013 model of the CBR600RR.

  • Thanks for your answer but if there was an unsuccessfull model they made. Off course they would not wanna show it in their website. Anyways you have given a good answer. Maybe i hoped for more.. – Berker Yüceer Aug 25 '13 at 21:47

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