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It was all the way back in 2008 when the CBR1000RR got its last full overhaul , but new photographs from the Grobnik racetrack in Croatia reveal a heavily revised CBR apparently ready to launch at this fall’s motorcycle shows.

Visually, we can see new bodywork from front to rear, including a headlight design similar to the recently unveiled CBR250RR that includes LED daytime running lights to meet the latest Euro 4 regulations. The paint and colorway borrows from its Africa Twin brother. The current CBR’s under-engine muffler is replaced by an exhaust with a separate canister, part of what’s necessary to meet Euro 4 emissions regs. At the rear is a much tidier tailsection and a new tag hanger.

From there, it’s difficult to say for certain what’s changed on the CBR’s chassis. The frame itself appears very similar to the existing model, and the swingarm too. In fact, nearly all of the bike’s underpinnings look very similar to the current CBR1000RR . An inverted fork remains up front, presumably a Showa Big-Piston Fork, but it’s not Showa’s Balance Free Fork seen on the latest Kawasaki ZX-10R . Wheels and brakes look similar to the current Fireblade as well – and not the SP model due to its lack of Brembo stoppers and Ohlins suspenders. If these pictures are, in fact, of a new CBR1000RR, then the bike might be merely an evolution, not a revolution, of the current model.

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It was all the way back in 2008 when the CBR1000RR got its last full overhaul , but new photographs from the Grobnik racetrack in Croatia reveal a heavily revised CBR apparently ready to launch at this fall’s motorcycle shows.

Visually, we can see new bodywork from front to rear, including a headlight design similar to the recently unveiled CBR250RR that includes LED daytime running lights to meet the latest Euro 4 regulations. The paint and colorway borrows from its Africa Twin brother. The current CBR’s under-engine muffler is replaced by an exhaust with a separate canister, part of what’s necessary to meet Euro 4 emissions regs. At the rear is a much tidier tailsection and a new tag hanger.

From there, it’s difficult to say for certain what’s changed on the CBR’s chassis. The frame itself appears very similar to the existing model, and the swingarm too. In fact, nearly all of the bike’s underpinnings look very similar to the current CBR1000RR . An inverted fork remains up front, presumably a Showa Big-Piston Fork, but it’s not Showa’s Balance Free Fork seen on the latest Kawasaki ZX-10R . Wheels and brakes look similar to the current Fireblade as well – and not the SP model due to its lack of Brembo stoppers and Ohlins suspenders. If these pictures are, in fact, of a new CBR1000RR, then the bike might be merely an evolution, not a revolution, of the current model.

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