Honda Cbr tyres

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Honda Cbr wears tyres of 140/60 R17 size. There are 285 different tyre models available for Cbr from renowned brands like MRF, Michelin, Apollo and more. The most affordable tyre available for the Cbr is the MRF, which is priced at Rs. 1125 while the Michelin at Rs. 19920 is the most expensive.

Cbr Tyres Price

Tyres NamePrice RangeTyre Type
CEAT Gripp XLRs.2870Tube
JK Blaze BR41Rs.2600Tubeless
MRF Zapper YMRs.1125Tubeless
MRF Zapper FX1Rs.1475Tubeless
MRF Revz FC1Rs.3125Tubeless

Honda Cbr Tyre Size

Honda Cbr wears tyres of 16 size. There are 285 different tyre models available for Cbr from renowned brands like MRF, Michelin, Apollo, JK and more. The most affordable Bike tyre available for the Cbr is the MRF, which is priced at 1125 while the Michelin at 19920 is the most expensive. Search by tyre size to know which tyre best fits your vehicle.
Variant Name
(Tyre Size Guide)
Front & Rear Tyre SizeTyre Price (Starts From)
1000RR Fireblade120/70 R17 & 190/50 R17Rs.2000
1000RR120/70 R17 & 190/50 R17Rs.2000
250R110/70 R17 & 140/70 R17Rs.1475
150R100/80 R17 & 130/70 R17Rs.1400
250R ABS110/70 R17 & 140/70 R17Rs.1475
150R Deluxe80/90 R17 & 100/80 R17Rs.1125
400R120/70 R17 & 160/60 R17Rs.2000
500120/70 R17 & 160/60 R17Rs.2000
125R80/90 R17 & 100/80 R17Rs.1125
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Tyre Pressure For Honda Cbr

Cbr Variant(s)Front Tyre PressureRear Tyre PressureFront & Rear Tyre Size
1000RR FirebladeNANA120/70 R17 & 190/50 R17
1000RRNANA120/70 R17 & 190/50 R17
250RNANA110/70 R17 & 140/70 R17
150RNANA100/80 R17 & 130/70 R17
250R ABSNANA110/70 R17 & 140/70 R17
150R DeluxeNANA80/90 R17 & 100/80 R17
400RNANA120/70 R17 & 160/60 R17
500NANA120/70 R17 & 160/60 R17
125RNANA80/90 R17 & 100/80 R17
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  • rahul bhojwani asked 30 Nov 2016 11:24:02
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    Which is best for CBR 250R ABS front tyre?
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    Hi Rahul, A great tyre for your motorcycle would be Pirelli Diablo Rosso II. It is a great performance tyre. In case you want something for easier, lighter cruisings then go for Pirelli Sport Demon. Regards

    Answered 30 Nov 2016 11:24:02

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Frequently Asked Questions on Honda Cbr

Which tyre is best for Honda Cbr?

CEAT Gripp XL, JK Blaze BR41 and MRF Zapper YM are some of the best tyres for Cbr. With a starting price of 1125 MRF Zapper YM is the cheapest tyre Cbr. These tyres are reasonably priced and are available in 16 and 17 inches sizes.

When to change Bike tyres of Honda Cbr?

Changing Cbr tyre depends on how well the Bike has been maintained, driving style, road conditions etc. A new tyre can last anything between 25000 to 50000 kms on Indian roads.

Can we increase tyres size of Honda Cbr?

For a safe upgrade, the tyre size cannot be increased by more than three percent of the Bike's original total tyre diameter. Any difference of more than three percent is just not recommended. Cbr comes fitted with 16 inch tyres, you can upsize it to 17 inches.

How to reduce tyre noise in Honda Cbr?

To reduce Cbr tyre noise, drive at slower speeds and keep tyres fully inflated to the recommended air pressure for a quieter ride.

What is the tyre size of Honda Cbr?

Honda Cbr comes with a tyre size of 140/60 R17.

Can we change Honda Cbr tyres to tubeless?

It's ok to use tubeless and tube type on Cbr as long as the patterns are the same. There are various tyre brands that offer tubeless and tube type tyres for Cbr. CEAT Gripp XL, JK Blaze BR41 and MRF Zapper YM are some of the best tyres for Cbr.

Can I use bigger tyres for Cbr?

You can put larger tyres on Cbr but it won't improve handling. It will probably make it worse. The wider and heavier the tyres, the more inertia they'll have and the bigger contact patch will make the bike harder to turn. However, if you want to increase the tyre size of Cbr, you can get it fitted with 17 inch tyre.

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