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post #2 of 180 Old 09-26-2019, 01:34 PM
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Not sure I trust an article that has a pic of the last gen bike with photoshopped-off mirrors...
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It’s true going to be released oct 23 Tokyo
Mc show it’s all over the net
Problems i see when it arrives it will be a nerfed 151 hp give or take ok so how long say it will take some to flash then test mule the bugs so maybe a year or two
Positives power similar to new bmw m series s10000rr
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2020 will not be a CBR1000RR. But a new totally new bike.


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Active aero - something else to break and/or add to the price tag when you drop it.

I like technology, but am glad I have a non-ABS, non-HISS, non-TC 2013 with plain old non-electronic Ohlins suspension.

I would, however, appreciate them throwing some tech at the headlights, they are abysmal.
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Active aero - something else to break and/or add to the price tag when you drop it.

I like technology, but am glad I have a non-ABS, non-HISS, non-TC 2013 with plain old non-electronic Ohlins suspension.

I would, however, appreciate them throwing some tech at the headlights, they are abysmal.
Yes! Also, this is exactly why I put so much time into my headlights..
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post #10 of 180 Old 09-26-2019, 08:25 PM
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I dont love the single intake in the middle. I do remember seeing an article that this was the direction they were going though. Taking off the plastics will really be a pain with all this stuff in there. Hopefully we can change the oil without removing everything.

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