As for the manufacturer’s 600 super sport machine, it also received an update with three new paint schemes.
Similar to it’s bigger brother, the CBR600RR gets the tricolour and graphite black, but there is a new design for the electro generation. Honda’s design team have gone with a bright orange with faux exposed internals.
Last year, the CBR1000RR Fireblade came with an updated tail unit shape that housed a new tail-light with a clear lens. Also updated was the exhaust muffler, which now comes with an aluminium cover.
Moreover, the ACG flywheels have been made bigger and crankshaft rigidity has been enhanced to fit the flywheel size. For 2010 the indicators and licence plate holder have been integrated into a single assembly that can be easily detached from the rear fender unit.
Also from 2010, both the Fireblade and the CBR600RR also comes in an optional C-ABS version. However, the CBR600RR with C-ABS, available in red/black only, also comes with an alternative ECU for this version which is suitable for circuit use and is available as an optional accessory.