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Repsol Paint Codes

Here are a list of useful codes for the Honda CBR1000RR and most other Repsol Replica bikes

Paint Codes:

Up to 2015

Vibrant Orange - YR250
Pearl Siren Blue - PB123
Winning Red - R258

From 2015

Vibrant Orange - YR250X
Ross White - NH196
Victory Red - R334


Orange - RAL2003


Orange - Pantone 164


NH460M - Omega Silver Metallic

Subframe (2009)

NH167MU - Iron Nail Silver Metallic

Subframe (2011)

NH461M - Temple Black Metallic

Touch-up paint

Via Repsol Orange wheels - HON 25
Tel: 01524 33700

TAMIYA Orange paint X-6 item number 81506 (Is apparently a good match - Thanks David for the info!) available from Hobbycraft

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The new Honda 2017 CBR1000RR

This appears to be spy shot of the new 2017 CBR1000RR.

What this leaked photo and mashup from Asphalt and Rubber shows are some similarities but also some differences.

This shows the potential model. The website seem to miss a few pointers.

What this photo shows is a standard non-SP model with standard ABS model as its got stock forks and the stock Tokico brakes. It has the existing style swingarm and revised wheels. The frame seems similar but missing the radiator hose as its access point to the engine is lower. Another thing not so obvious is the crank case. This side has the clutch casing that is different to the current model. The fairings, tail and headlight are all different. The subframe is clearly resyles with similar mounting points.

I imagine that these are similar to the new TSR Musashi endurance bikes. This interestingly had a new headlight (So did the TSR Team and a new style curved exhaust). They also briefly had a different swingarm that fitted a different shock.

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