Honda CB900F Hornet (2002 - 2009)

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Honda CB900F Hornet (2002 - 2009)
could have been so much better had Honda forgotten to detune the Blade engine

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Reviewed: 21 October 2005 by Visordown
Fine bike for the money, but could have been so much better had Honda forgotten to detune the Blade engine and revalved the softish fork legs too.Although it will disappoint anyone expecting a similarly full-on translation from sportsbike to naked as Aprilia's Mille to Tuono, the 900cc Hornet does hide ...  Continue reading

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Reader Reviews

6 user reviews of Honda CB900F Hornet (2002 - 2009) See all

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Had mine for a bit over 2 years,as one who's owned over 30 bikes in 37 years of riding any bike I keep that long has got to be good.I have looked around and tried everything from Transalps to Fireblades with ZX Continue reading...

JMW
Difficult one - plenty of poke, well finished (still looks great after 9 years), grows on you but not one to set the pulse racing or to make you look back when you walk away Continue reading...
pretty good all round performer, real good first time big bike. Easy to get to grips with "BUT" still could throw a wobbley if you get too cocky. Continue reading...
t509speed states that a speed triple would embaress the 900, rubbish, my mate has a 955i same age and similar mileage. I pull away on the striaghts and on the twisties i'm in front and we're very similar riders Continue reading...
Great bike for the money.I ride with sports bike and more than hold my own untill the big straight bits.Good low/midrange power..The handling is pretty good for a budget bike as are the brakes. Continue reading...

Discussions

Will a Honda UK dial cluster (mile readout) fit and work on a CB900 F5 Hornet Australian import?

Posted: 03/11/2011 at 15:40



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A good, solid bike that is reassuringly chunky and a great step upward from a naked 600
 
The engine could have been so much more than it is and as a result, the bike is underwhelming
  • Price: £6149.00
  • Year: 2005 - 2009
  • Top speed: 135mph
  • Price new: 6149
  • Engine capacity: 919cc
  • Power: 110bhp
  • Torque: 63lb ft
  • Weight: 194kg
  • 0-60: 3.5 seconds

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