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post #11 of 269 Old 09-12-2013, 05:22 AM
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post #12 of 269 Old 09-12-2013, 08:28 AM
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Booooo.



Go buy an R1 or a BMW or a Panigale1199 if you want that garbage on your bike.

"Traction Control" is your right wrist.

I commend HONDA for not caving to the pressure to put that crap on their bikes.
You "track guys" just wanna floor-it coming out of the corners while the computer does all the work for you.
Makes your job lazy. Stuff it in, and pound it on the way out... the machine will do all the work for ya!

If my 2012 Blade had traction-control, it would be switched OFF permanently.

Those folks have no clue how bad traction control is on the street. All this cry about traction control and I bet not one of those dudes even rode a bike with it on. Anyone I know wit traction control rides their bike with it off. I had a friend of mine high-side on his while taking off from a stop sign. Caused $3500 worth of damage, where it wouldn't have been 1/3 that if he had low-side.


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Those folks have no clue how bad traction control is on the street. All this cry about traction control and I bet not one of those dudes even rode a bike with it on. Anyone I know wit traction control rides their bike with it off. I had a friend of mine high-side on his while taking off from a stop sign. Caused $3500 worth of damage, where it wouldn't have been 1/3 that if he had low-side.


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bro, it's all just bells and whistles on a street bike. Smooth throttle control is key even on a "real" race bike.


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Do you think people that we can have any news or pictures in october ?

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post #16 of 269 Old 09-13-2013, 01:23 AM
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Yawn... My 2012 is faster than I ever need her to be... Unless the come out with something revolutionary that I just can't live with out... I'm sticking with my 12, she's at 10k miles now so she's just now getting broke in...

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post #17 of 269 Old 09-13-2013, 11:43 AM
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cant wait to see it maybe its faster
Faster than my 08?!?!?! Never!!!
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I hope the 2014 Fireblade is exactly the same as the 12-13.
I don't want to see another revision until 2016!
( They just did a nice update for the 2012 20-year Anniversary model! )

You people have NO PATIENCE!

Speaking of patience, I want the fucking V4 back!!!! How long until we get a CBR V4?
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Speaking of patience, I want the fucking V4 back!!!! How long until we get a CBR V4?
Never, CBR is inline not V4

Now as far a new VF or RC, maybe some day
but I'm not holding my breath
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i spoke to my dealer rep and he said that it will be the same as the 2013, and that they will be do for a new model in 2015 or 2016 since technically the 2012-2013 models are new.

also who needs traction control and why?? what are you doing where you need traction control?? just asking because i havent had to do anything where ive needed it. maybe for launch control?? why are people always wanting to add technology to bikes? thats why we ride motorcycles is because it has less BS than a car.
- do you need anything else for the new model as well?? maybe we can ask Honda to install seat belts, or cup holders, or A/C, orrrr maybe we can ask them to install the new parallel park feature?? hhmmm that would be nice (in a VERY sarcastic tone)

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