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Andy Downes  says:

Horex reveals performance figures for Horex VR6

Reborn German manufacturer Horex has revealed the all-new 1200cc VR6 six-cylinder engine being developed for a new roadster will have 161bhp and a thumping 100ft lb of torque. The bike and engine are now in the final stages of testing with production scheduled for Spring 2012 after the firm took the decision to launch the non-supercharged version of the bike before...

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Mar 11

Posts: 464

johnlad1 says:

doesnt look to bad

styling does look slightly dated but i like that with a decent paint job it would look great as for all that power im sure it would keep most people grining all day long but i cant see it being able to compete with the rocket 3 roadster or a ducati diavel unless its cheaper and they can prove its going to be a more reliable more enjoyable bike


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Dec 08

Posts: 1291

boybilly1967 says:


What more do you want, the bike has an inovative and unique engine layout. If that is not 'something new' to the table then I dont know what is!


Whats more thery are a tiny company. Inovation like this shames the bigger bike manufacturers.

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Dec 05

Posts: 47

gjw1992 says:

Looks terrific

... in my opinion. Standard motorcycle looks, well proportioned, fascinating engine. As ever price and (un)availability will dictate whether this is just comic lust or a real option.

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Jun 10

Posts: 31

Moke1275 says:

Looks great, wonder how heavy it will be? But, please, put me out of my misery, exactly what is the second photo? part of the swing arm??? something to do with final drive? Sorry if its obvious.

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Oct 05

Posts: 3168

like it

gotta have your wheatabix before riding her though pull your arms off past 120 i'd imagine o.t.g..

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Mar 07

Posts: 3215

Boult says:


reckon the 2nd picture is of the delivery system for the graphite lubrication. Willing to be corrected though....

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Aug 02

Posts: 183

AndyDownes says:


The second image if of the graphite block that acts to lubricate the chain.


Andy Downes

MCN Senior Reporter

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Dec 10

Posts: 242

blue200tdi says:

Sooo, when will the lawsuit from VW be forthcoming? Golf VR6 anyone? Unless VW/Audi have a stake in in it?

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Dec 11

Posts: 5

paulgs9 says:

modern CBX ?

does this remind anybody else of the CBZ1000 brought up to date?

I think it looks great with a strong engine at sensible revs, nice alternative to the shaft / chain argument with a no maintenance chain.

All we need is a UK dealership and some nice bits from Wunderlich like a small screen and this should be a nice alternative

Won't need to be cheap as long as they're not silly about the pricing - I agree with earlier comment - about £15k would be about ball-park


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Dec 04

Posts: 27

edenv says:

Price at launch in early 2012 in Germany is 20,700 euros,at current exchange rates about £17,500 without splitting hairs.

Horex are currently only going to sell the bike in Germany,Austria and Switzerland they are looking at the rest of europe in 2013.

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