Big Piston Fork system in 2013 Honda CBR600RR

Post On: 19 April 2013
April 19, 2013

2013 Honda CBR600RR

2013 Honda CBR600RR

One of the new 2013 Honda CBR600RR is in power shock damping system that uses belongs to the CBR1000RR, the Showa Big Piston Fork (BPF).

Big Piston Fork system in 2013 Honda CBR600RR
Reported by autoevolution, Big Piston Fork works by modern technical systems with a focus that led to the performance of the motor, but the basic principle was very simple. The greater the pressure on the bearing shaft area, the less energy is needed to keep the shock specific.

Unlike previous suspension that uses bullets to regulate oil, Showa BPF rely on a single piston to perform the task.
The damper piston measuring 3.5 times larger than bullet system, providing better damping response as well as the oil pressure warning signs, the overall damping shock because the smoother the better operating system.

All things in acceleration that can be felt from the more responsive, especially at the beginning of the movement. With low pressure, oil can flow more easily, offering a subtle reaction when passing large or small shocks.

This is certainly the increased confidence when spur motorcycle in high speed, because more traction on the front wheels bite. So, this Big Piston Fork system in 2013 Honda CBR600RR make this motorsport more save.

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