Nov 25, 2001
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<BR><BR>The Castrol Honda World Superbike team is producing race-ready, World Supersport-spec Honda CBR600F4i motorcycles for sale, presumably to anyone who wants to buy them. The bikes are being prepared at Honda's race team headquarters in Louth, Lincs in the United Kingdom.<BR><BR>The bikes will include:<BR><BR>- a World Supersport-spec engine<BR>- race-ready suspension<BR>- an Arrow racing exhaust system<BR>- carbon-fiber bodywork<BR>- an HRC close-ratio transmission<BR>- an HRC engine "power-up" kit<BR>- racing brakes, chain and tires<BR>- a spare set of wheels <BR>- a spares kit<BR>- data sheets, set-up information and list of parts suppliers<BR><BR>Honda's Roger Harvey is quoted in a press release, posted on the team's website, as saying, "This is a project we've been trying to get under way for some time, we've finally made a plan and we're all very excited about its potential." Harvey said that the team sold six bikes within the first 24 hours after the announcement and claimed that it would probably take the average person two months to put together a bike like the one the team is offering.<BR><BR>Customers will also receive a free test day to set up their new bike with assistance from the Honda race team technicians. <BR><BR>Price: 14,500 British pounds (about $20,600 U.S.)<BR><BR>For additional information, call Roger Harvey at 011-44-1889-583349 or Neil Tuxworth at 011-44-1507-605843 <BR><BR>