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MCN News Desk  says:

Tokyo Show: Vote on the unveiled 2008 Honda CB400SF and CB400SB

The Tokyo Motorcycle Show has opened to the public today, and one of the new motorcyles on display is the 2008 Honda CB400. The 2008 Honda CB400SF and the 2008 Honda CB400SB are differentiated by a retro-style fairing, but both feature a new engine, with fuel injection. Previously the CB400 has used a carburated engine which has not been able to...

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  • Posted 7 years ago (26 October 2007 09:59)

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earthbound14

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earthbound14 says:

5/5, substance over style

I love this bike. I have been riding a 97 for about 3 years now. It handles great, cuts through urban traffic like a knife, whips through u-turns like no other, screams up to 180km/h (OK, it's not race bike, but let's be real, this bike is for real streets not the track). At 53HP, this bike isn't going to beat a 600 racer, but you can surprise a lot of riders off the line. If they pass you they often find themselves screeching to a stop at the next light, or getting passed wround the next bend. This bike is small and maneuverable for the every day but has enough brass to rip around your favourite twisty road. You might fing yourself shifting more often than riders on bigger bikes and you might find yourself in the wrong gear and sucking wind when you'd rather be taking off, but if you learn how to shift and be quick about it she howls. The new machines can hit 100 KM is just under 5 seconds, yet take you comfortably to work. The V-tec engine is able to run smoothly at low speeds yet still has punch when you want it. With 6 speeds she does a good job of handling long hauls on the highway. This is a small bike that does more than what most people expect and is able to bridge the gap between commuting and sport riding. It's not for everyone, but it sure is hell is for someone who rides alot and has no interest in owning more than one bike and hates fluff.

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davdamos

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davdamos says:

wow

i want a super bol d'or so bad! they're awesome and much better looking than many bikes on the market now

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