A: The Right Head Light on a Honda CBR-Series bike is the low beam and the Left one High Beam. Some Manufacturers use this layout while other like Kawasaki and Yamaha use a single little low beam in each right and left lamp and high beam on each side too.
Honda uses this layout to have one light for low and the other for high because to have two small low beam halogens on either side gives the bike -in their prospective/view- a TINY look, compaired to ONE big low beam and high beam light.. And gives the CBR-Series it's own trade mark look
A: Fire Blade is a 'trademark' not a technology. FireBlade is a trade mark developed by Honda to promote their 900cc-1,000cc bikes. In the mid-80s when Kawasaki made the GPZ900 and Suzuki introduced GSXR750R the market shifted from little 600cc bikes to these huge 1,000cc mansters and Honda did try to complete with their own 600rr but couldn't keep up.
So what they did was introduce the first CBR900RR in 1992, but they played it cleverly: They didn't just addin their CBR900RR along side the GPZ900 and GSXR750RR they gave it a new very attractive name: 'FIREBLADE' so instead of people saying i have a G-S-X-R-900-R People said 'Gixer900!' and Honda needed a genric. So instead of having the CBR900RR called a 'ciber!' they called it a 'FireBlade'.
It's a cool thing to say while talking to a Gixer Owner, instead of saying C-B-R-900-R-R you just say 'I have a FIRE BLADE'
Now, essentially every 900cc-1000cc Honda bike is called a FireBlade.
In Production bike i'd say the Yamaha V-Max. Also lovingly called Mad-Max! But there are exceptions like the Y2K and stuff..
A: Yup yup, it's a common practice abroad to have a computer to hookup with a bike. Every E.F.I Engine has a computer or a ECU and that ECU can hookup to a computer/Laptop and have it's performance checked, updated, tuned, problems diagnosed and whatnot.
If you chip the bike or use a aftermarket system that system will come with it's own computer/Laptop hookup leads/connectors.
A: Google it.