Introduced in Japan NSF250R the new Honda, the bike with which Nissan will take part in the upcoming world championship reserved for the 250 four times. Compact and highly competitive, the new NSF250R is a candidate for a starring role. The wait is finally over so many fans of el’Honda NSF250R did not betray the expectations, with the best dress for this appointment. The benefits seem to already meet the needs of the Japanese leadership, always ready to do battle.
250 of the world’s future, which from 2012 will replace the current 125, is created on the basis of the draft Moriwaki, seeking to ensure that experience and the vitality of the 125, which once dominated the scene before the domain Aprilia. Honda decided to look at the future, raising further their ambitions through a more wide-ranging program plan. According to rumors Motocorse, in fact, the Japanese team would be thinking of a mass production in different countries of the Honda NSF250R.
We’ll see, for the moment the launch of the prototype seems to have achieved the goal hoped, creating an excitement around the brand new Honda and feeding a curiosity that has long not been seen at these latitudes.
Unfortunately, and perhaps fortunately, this bike is designed only for racing and is not intended for public roads. The model will be sharpened specifically for exclusive racing championships for racers on the quarter-liter pocket rockets. The motorcycle has a full aerodynamic fairing covering the entire engine. Compact 11-liter aluminum fuel tank with corresponding knee grooves, exhaust system with a reverse S-shaped layout, with a centralized silencer for optimal center of gravity.
Honda NSF 250R will receive an absolutely new liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine with a working volume of 249.3 cc, developed according to the concept of “light, compact, high-performance and high-performance”. This powerplant produces a whopping 48.2 hp. at a dizzying 13 000 rpm and 28 Nm of torque at 10 500 rpm in combination with an insanely light weight of 84 kg.
This powerplant produces a whopping 48.2 hp. at a dizzying 13 000 rpm and 28 Nm of torque at 10 500 rpm in combination with an insanely light weight of 84 kg. If for example they talked about a car, converting the power to weight ratio, then by 1.5 tons of the weight of an ordinary car would receive a power equal to 860 forces of a charged supercar.
In addition, the motorcycle will receive a frame made of lightweight aluminum alloy series 7000, 6-speed gearbox, 17-inch alloy wheels. Brake disks – 296 mm in front and 186 mm – behind. It remains to hope that after the racing version of the Honda NSF 250R motorcycle, its road version will also appear in the future.