HONDA RC212V YELLOW

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HONDA RC212V YELLOW
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Description
Engine
Chassis
Transmission
The Honda RC212V is a road racing motorcycle developed to race in the 800 cc (49 cu in) MotoGP series. Officially introduced on 30 October 2006 as the RC211V replacement in the MotoGP series, it was developed by Honda Racing Corporation (HRC) throughout 2006 and began officially racing in the 2007 season.

The RC212V features an 800 cc (49 cu in) liquid-cooled four-stroke DOHC 4-valve V4 to power the all new chassis built with mass centralization and handling as top priority.

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Engine type:
Liquid-cooled, in-line, 4-cylinder, 4-stroke with 16-valve DOHC crossplane crankshaft
Displacement:
1,000 cc (1.0 L; 61.0 cu in)
Ignition:
Magneti Marelli with adjustable mapping – NGK spark plugs
Fuel System:
Fuel injection
Lubrication system:
Wet sump – ENEOS Oil
Data recording:
2D
Maximum power:
Around 245 hp (183 kW)
Maximum speed:
In excess of 340 km/h (211 mph)
Frame type:
Twin-tube aluminium delta box frame, multi-adjustable steering geometry, wheelbase, ride height, with aluminium swingarm
Front suspension:
Fully adjustable Öhlins inverted telescopic forks
Rear suspension:
Braced aluminium swingarm with single Öhlins shock and rising-rate linkage
Front/rear wheels:
16.5 inch front, 16.5 inch rear, available in a variety of rim widths
Front/rear tyres:
Bridgestone slicks, intermediates, wets or hand-cut tyres. 16.5 inch front, 16.5 inch rear
Front brake:
Twin 320 mm carbon discs with radial mounted four-piston Brembo calipers
Rear brake:
Single 220 mm ventilated stainless steel disc with twin-piston Brembo caliper
Weight:
Minimum 157 kg (346 lb) exluding rider, 200 kg (441 lb) including rider, in accordance with FIM regulations
Fuel capacity:
21 L (6 US gal; 5 imp gal), in accordance with FIM regulations
Type:
6-speed cassette-type gearbox, with alternative gear ratios available
Primary drive:
Gear
Clutch:
Dry multi-plate slipper clutch
Final drive:
Chain
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