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Old 11-01-2010, 7:17 AM   #1
 
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Engine weight CBR1000RR

Hi everyone,

I'm looking to find some information on how much the engine of a CBR1000RR weighs.

Not the bike itself, but just the engine alone. minus gearbox, preferrably.

If someone knows the answer to this question, I'd be really greatful.

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Hi everyone,

I'm looking to find some information on how much the engine of a CBR1000RR weighs.

Not the bike itself, but just the engine alone. minus gearbox, preferrably.

If someone knows the answer to this question, I'd be really greatful.

Unicorn...AKA Ian

65.8kg for '04/'05.
62.5kg for '08-'10.

I don't know how you intend to run it without the transmission. You do know the transmission and clutch are inside the crankcase?
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Re: Engine weight CBR1000RR

Thank you very much for your prompt reply to my question. The idea is to make a new transmission. I just needed to know the weight so to see if the engine was suitable for my application.

Again, many thanks

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How are you going to make a new transmission?? The only output shaft on the bike.. is from the transmission haha.

what application is this going to be
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Re: Engine weight CBR1000RR

Krazed,

As you may have guessed, it isn't for a motorcycle. The application is weight and power dependant.
Due to patent concerns, I’ll keep the application a secret for now. It may come to pass that my idea isn’t viable and all this is moot point.
Thank you for your interest anyway.

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All right!

I am always interested in such things.
I cant imagine a design though that couldnt utilize the stock gearbox of the motor.
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Thank you very much for your prompt reply to my question. The idea is to make a new transmission. I just needed to know the weight so to see if the engine was suitable for my application.

Again, many thanks

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Cool :-)
I haven't weighed the 1000RR internals but I can tell you that the 929/954 transmission weighs 4.9kg and the clutch is 3.9kg.
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