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post #31 of 81 Old 12-05-2012, 09:06 AM
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post #32 of 81 Old 12-05-2012, 09:20 AM
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Should have bought the 600, completely redesigned, from Honda...

Letís face it: the substantially redesigned 2013 CBR600RR is one incredibly cool-looking machine. But thatís only part of the good news. The 2013 CBR600RR looks very trick because it is very trick! This is a situation where form follows function, and in this case the path to the newly configured, aerodynamically efficient bodywork on the 2013 CBR600RR travels directly through Hondaís MotoGP racing efforts.

Using knowledge and techniques gained from the Honda RC212V MotoGP race program, aerodynamic improvements were made to the newest CBR600RR, which shows a 6.5 percent decrease in drag over the previous model. The development and testing processes used to design this all-new CBR600RR bodywork included CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) analysis to study and improve the airflow around the fairing at high speeds. This work led to aerodynamic advancements that reduced drag and also reduced other high-pressure areas to produce lighter, more agile handling and improved wind deflection for enhanced rider comfort.

Thanks to the favorable results for the CBR600RR that were achieved through this process, the same approach was successfully applied to airflow analysis and design changes with the next-generation RC213V MotoGP racing machine, further improving the function of this cutting-edge racing platform. Because at Honda, form truly follows function, whether itís for a production street bike or the latest-generation world-championship-caliber racing machine.

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post #33 of 81 Old 12-05-2012, 09:29 AM
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rv sports theif river falls 13800.00
You're way up there. Thought maybe u were around the cities etc. Anyway Congrats

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09 CBR Repsol NADA $8865
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post #34 of 81 Old 12-05-2012, 09:38 AM
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Should have bought the 600, completely redesigned, from Honda...

Letís face it: the substantially redesigned 2013 CBR600RR is one incredibly cool-looking machine. But thatís only part of the good news. The 2013 CBR600RR looks very trick because it is very trick! This is a situation where form follows function, and in this case the path to the newly configured, aerodynamically efficient bodywork on the 2013 CBR600RR travels directly through Hondaís MotoGP racing efforts.

Using knowledge and techniques gained from the Honda RC212V MotoGP race program, aerodynamic improvements were made to the newest CBR600RR, which shows a 6.5 percent decrease in drag over the previous model. The development and testing processes used to design this all-new CBR600RR bodywork included CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) analysis to study and improve the airflow around the fairing at high speeds. This work led to aerodynamic advancements that reduced drag and also reduced other high-pressure areas to produce lighter, more agile handling and improved wind deflection for enhanced rider comfort.

Thanks to the favorable results for the CBR600RR that were achieved through this process, the same approach was successfully applied to airflow analysis and design changes with the next-generation RC213V MotoGP racing machine, further improving the function of this cutting-edge racing platform. Because at Honda, form truly follows function, whether itís for a production street bike or the latest-generation world-championship-caliber racing machine.
Thew new 600rr looks like sh*t .. f*ck aerodynamics and Fluid Dynamics. This is coming from a previous 2008 600rr owner. I'd rather have a nice looking bike than shaving off 0.0000002 seconds of laptime due to drag. 1000rr any day.
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post #35 of 81 Old 12-05-2012, 09:45 AM
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Yea man screw that ugly 600..

BTW yall are gonna cry when i tell you how much im getting my Blade for muwahaha

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i dont like to cry but please tell?
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post #37 of 81 Old 12-05-2012, 11:16 AM
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haha.. im gettin a '13 model Blade for around $10,000.

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how can you possibly get one for 10k?
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post #39 of 81 Old 12-05-2012, 11:51 AM
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hahaha i told you.. i have a good reputation and relationship with a honda dealership nearby and you can get em for wholesale prices or as close to it as you can get.

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hahaha i told you.. i have a good reputation and relationship with a honda dealership nearby and you can get em for wholesale prices or as close to it as you can get.
Wholesale is around 10,800 .. That's $3k off MSRP. I call complete b.s to your $3,800 off MSRP. THat's not wholesale price. THat's selling a bike at a loss. I got the complete breakdown of pricing when I bought my blade and $10.8 was just about right at 'wholesale'. That's on a 12' and the prices have gone up since. 2013 for $10k = lie. Post up the sales slip minus info on the dealer, VIN, and your personal info. Otherwise, GTFO. LOL
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