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Honda VFR1200: old vs new

Honda’s V4s have come a long way since those early, flawed, chain-driven cam 750s of the early ‘80s. That first VF750S led to the VF750F and on to the VF1000 in all its forms spawning junior siblings such as the VF400F and VF500F along the way. After that came the VFR dynasty which prospers to this day. And along side all...

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banik

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banik says:

New versions do bring new features along with it, more often than not these features offer better experience to the rider. But no matter whether you ride a bike or drive a car you just have to follow safety rules, you have to follow a speed limit so that when you pull your car over you do that smoothly.

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jinos85

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jinos85 says:

You forgot to mention that the size and weight of this updated VFR has increased from the older version. I own two VFR bikes and they are baby RC30 and RC45. Though they comes in different sizes but when performances in concerned they are still the leader in the VFR dynasty.

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