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post #21 of 146 Old 10-16-2015, 03:46 PM
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The 400R is a cheap, heavy, low revving, fuel sipping world bike which is only for markets like Japan with it's displacement tier. Excellent value in a commuter/ sport tourer. This new bike will cost more, feature more expensive lightweight components with full adjustable suspension and have whatever displacement they need to match the A2 power to weight limit. More of a small, canyon racer/ track bike to compete with the RC390 which the 27hp 300R or 430 pound 500R cannot.
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Still won't beat the CBR250R.. you know why? Because the CBR250R is loved. Love conquers all. Just saying..
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Still won't beat the CBR250R.. you know why? Because the CBR250R is loved. Love conquers all. Just saying..
I'm sure there is someone out there for the new model bike too
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Still won't beat the CBR250R.. you know why? Because the CBR250R is loved. Love conquers all. Just saying..
I would love, love, love the RR and the R would be like a long forgotten high school girlfriend
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I think you have an obsession with the letter R. Double RR makes it better.. Next up the Triple R! The Honda 250RRR.. single cylinder revs to 35,000 rpms.
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Note that Honda's 500 models are destroked/sleeved down to 400 for the Japanese domestic market. They wouldn't want the new bike to clash with those so I'd expect it to be closer to 300cc than 400.
There's said to be 2 models for different market. One which demands a 250cc bike(indonesia for example) will get a 250RR and the world model is said to be a 350RR churning out about the same power as the R3.
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Yes and putting a Type R sticker from Pep Boys on your CRV makes it a high performance version...

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There's said to be 2 models for different market. One which demands a 250cc bike(indonesia for example) will get a 250RR and the world model is said to be a 350RR churning out about the same power as the R3.
I fully expect to see a category leading CBR350RR that will surely get the competition going for lightweight bikes again

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