Hydraulic clutch, radial brakes, that weird damper thingy and an undertail exhaust. Nice! Something just isn't working for me with the bodywork on the side though. Do any of the other Jap litre bikes have a hydraulic clutch?
i agree - the lines are bad between the upper and lower fairing. otherwise a nice looking bike
RC51 has a hydraulic clutch
doesn't quite look finished to me, though i do like the black frame etc.
the most important question with any new big honda sport bike is whether or not they've kept the pop-up trunk (passenger seat). fireblade owners will know what i'm talking about.
VTR has a hydraulic clutch.
imo that would look alot nicer in black... it has all bells and whistles, it just doesn't have the looks like the other 04 liters
It may not have the drop dead looks of the R1 and ZX-10R but I'm liking it more and more all the time. I don't like the "high-waist" look of the upper and lower fairing divide though, it looks like an old man who pulls his pants up to his chest. However from a purely functional standpoint she's absolutely stunning. I don't think the CBR is going to be the budget choice of the big three though with all the kit that comes on that bike.
One last thing.......Ooh, baby that swingarm!
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oww the 600rr with the silver wings (last one) looks pretty tight... the silver wings are starting to grow on me
looks, big and bulky
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I'm still waiting for the weight figuires to come in....Kawasaki & Yamaha have already stated the targets they where shooting for. (around the 420-430lbs range full 'o gas) Why not Honda?
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