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Raising the Bar: 1993 Honda CBR900RR for sale!


This post is in our archives. Links in this post have been updated to point to similar bikes available to bid on eBay.

Location: Dallas, PA
Miles: 25,300
Price: $3,199.95 BIN

In 1993, Honda released yet another iconic sport bike and set a new standard with the 900RR. It was light, it was fast, and it handled like a bike half its size. Unlike the RC30 which preceded it, the 900RR was no fancy machine. Instead it got things done by making way more power than the CBR600F2 of its time while only weighing slightly more. At the same time, it weighed more than 50lbs less than Suzuki’s GSX-R1100 and Yamaha’s EXUP liter bike. The 900RR was in a class own its own, and it was designed from the ground up with the goal to be quicker in every aspect. The CBR900RR was truly in a class of its own.

The particular bike up for sale here is an interesting one. As if the 900RR in stock trim wasn’t fast enough, this bike has been fitted with a Wiseco R997 Big Bore forged piston kit which bumps the displacement up to 997cc and compression to 12:1 (up from 11:1). This engine also features re-sleeved cylinders, new crankshaft, and a ported and flow-benched cylinder head. The seller states this rebuilt engine has less than 3,000 miles on it. The bike also happens to be one of the first 100 of the 900RR’s produced with VIN ending in 00097 and a manufacture date of 01/92. It also has some updates to the triple clamp to alleviate some of the twitchiness due to its 16” front wheel.

More from the seller:

“This is one of the most desirable CBR’s in the collector bike market, and yes it’s a 93’, and yes its Red, White and Blue !

This is an early production number, one the first 100
produced, its Number 97.

Excellent condition, Runs Excellent, Very Clean, Very well maintained and serviced, garage kept, never crashed, clean PA title.

VIN JH2SC280XPM100097

25300 original miles, professionally built 1000cc motor with less than 3000 miles.

Wisceo R997 Big Bore forged piston kit, 1000cc [997cc], re-sleeved cylinders, 12:1 compression [runs on premium pump gas] 74mm bore,
spring steel head gasket. New crankshaft. Cylinder head ported and flow benched by Davis porting. ‘Factory’ shift kit.

I have owned this bike since 06-2003, the motor was rebuilt just prior to that. The plan was to Vintage road race this bike, but unfortunately at this time its up for auction.

Micron ‘Race’ stainless steel exhaust.

Stainless steel braided brake lines front and rear.

Updated triple clamps from 96’ to increase trail and fork stance 10mm, as you may know the pre 96’ bikes are know to be ‘twitchy’ , original clamps are included. New fuel pump, new front rotors, chain and sprockets with less than 5K. Just serviced 2 weeks ago, including: oil and filter, cooling system flushed and refilled, brake fluid flushed and refilled. Batteryholds charge, its 5 yr’s old, should last this season.

No tool kit or owners manual included. [tool kit still aval
from Honda for $58.72 p/n 89010-mw0-000]

There are a few minor cracks in plastics [see photos], upper faring below RH headlamp, RH and LH mid faring at rear dzus fastener, LH rear cowl, was cracked has been repaired. One tiny ding in rear of fuel tank. There are a few tiny nicks and scratches, this bike is used and 20 years old, the  photos speak for themselves.

Also included is a Factory Honda service manual, Triple
clamps and front axle…”

Though this particular bike isn’t a bone stock and minty example, I think that it is fairly priced for the modifications and low-ish mileage for its age. You also got to appreciate the fact that cosmetically it is mostly original and again reasonable condition for a bike its age (that paint scheme still looks awesome today!). If you are in the market for a 900RR that you can ride how they were meant to be ridden and not have to worry about keeping miles off of a pristine example, then check out the auction and place your bid!



  • Whats up, anyone that’s interested in the 93′ CBR900 above, its still available, first $2900 takes it [if you pick up] email Vin at vharris_5@juno.com

  • Whats up, sale is pending, will advise…

  • Well the buyer still has not sold his bike so, the 93′ 900 is back up for sale ! First 3000.00 takes it. Location is Dallas, PA 18612

    Email Vin at Vharris_5@juno.com

  • Bike is sold 🙁

    Special thanks to RareSportBikesForsale !

  • Nice!

  • Wanted to know if the bike is still for sale, if so please contact me at tpmjr401@aol.com

  • Looking for a 93 Honda RR red white an blue or a 95 RR purple white an yellow version w/white rims, any1 who has one lookn to sell plz email me or contact by phone, (717)451-1623 or text, thanx

  • looking for the body work of Honda CBR900rr. I need it. a friend crashed with mine. anyone who has any of the plastic body and want to sell should contact me (237 77532837)

  • looking for the body work of Honda CBR900rr fireblade. I need it. a friend crashed with mine. anyone who has any of the plastic body and want to sell should contact me (237 77532837)

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