Discussion in 'General' started by Steeltoe, Sep 19, 2019.
I got nothin. Where is this thing? It can't be worse than this last one. Wait for EICMA?
Tokyo Motor Show is supposed to be the giant reveal
I saw Bigfoot and Elvis riding a prototype in Cuba.
I hear it’s going to be the lightest, most powerful cbr ever produced.
I heard it will have both v4 and a v5 engine. In the same chassis. At the same time.
..and quad front disc brakes.
unfortunately, the crank sensor has not received an update.
Chicks will want you and dudes will be want to be you when you ride it to starsmucks.
Sure hope Batboy dosn't steal the prototype, AGAIN....
Short of looking like a RC213 replica I don't think anybody will give a s***.
There's a sticker pic of Acree on it just because of all the rrrrrrrrrrr's.
200hp, v4, single sided swing arm, and everything control for an electronics package.
You need more RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
Don't forget V-TEC, and DCT.
156 hp, with 2008 CBR frame, 2006 Yamaha R1 technology, no slipper clutch, an electronic steering damper, orange rims, and dual-mode ride settings (rain and slow).
You forgot mass centralization...
Forgot the repsol livery
It's funny because I agree that Honda has been crying wolf about a badass new superbike for years and years, but this time I'm taking them seriously.
HRC has been looking directly at the data of a bike that truly just doesn't cut it, no matter who they throw on it, for an entire year. Plus, that bike keeps getting eaten alive at Suzuka year in and year out. Those engineers are taking that personally.
They're going to be running this team under the same roof as the Repsol Team, they've thrown a million dollars at Bautista, and have allegedly been developing this bike on Pirellis.
I'm willing to put money on the line that barring any injuries, Bautista beats Davies in the championship in 2020.
They focused on lowering the aerodynamic drag instead, by significantly lowering the top speed of the bike.
Nope....orange rims are one of the principal aesthetic improvements on the 2020 CBR1000RRRRRRRRRRR SP
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