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Honda's naked VF800 designs

New patents show that Honda is developing a new low-cost, high-spec naked bike around its venerable – but legendary – VFR800 V4 engine. The bike’s overall design is hinted at in an innocuous-sounding patent titled “Hollow-welded assembled frame structure”, which refers to a fairly technical aspect of how a steel trellis frame can be made. What’s interesting about the patent isn’t so...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (19 July 2013 16:14)

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plumber01

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plumber01 says:

naked vfr

I actually own a vfr1200 crosstourer, its quite a good bike, but over heavy, suspension a bit too soft, seat not great, and its riding position too small for someone with 34inch legs.

However its a really good engine, its stable, goes like stink, and you can get the pegs down quite safely if you tighten up the suspension. Also for two up its the best bike I have ever ridden, I often take a 6' 3' mate on the back and I hardly notice he there.

Honda need to make something lighter, a bit more room and adjustable bars, pegs and seat. and give it some soul. .

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