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Apr 05

Posts: 645

whitesox says:

In-Line 4, V-Twin or Triple???

Ok I'm actually doing a proper bike post and it feels a bit strange on this forum... :blink:

So now that I've got that out of my system I want your humble opinion


What do you reckon is the best engine for a 'sports' bike??


I want to gauge what peoples preferences are...





I also can't make my bloody mind up for my next bike

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Aug 07

Posts: 4227

used2bfast says:

I have had them all

But its mostly been Triples (Suzuki 380/550/750) and Kawasaki 250/500 and now it been Triumph triples for the last few years. But I rate the BMW flat twin, and I rode a RSV factory, and it was just bloody awsome!

I have also owned Honda/Suzuki fours, Gixxer 750 being the best


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May 07

Posts: 483

stephen01 says:

Its got

to be a 1300 inline four or a 1600 V Twin........ depending on the mood.....:biggrin:

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Aug 02

Posts: 10

bamber says:


i've owned every type of engine and have  a mille at the mo' and sold a 955i last year and an r-1 the year b4 that and can honestly say they all have their own attractions - best to have a test ride on a few

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Aug 02

Posts: 3265

eatcs01 says:

Engine choice

WHEN will someone develop a Turbo Diesel bike???

HUUUUGE torque curve, small engine, loadsa MPG. Big smiles.

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