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Matthew Birt  says:

Honda contemplating RCV1000R revamp for 2015

Honda has conceded it might have to radically change its new production Honda RCV1000R package to make it appealing for potential customers in 2015.The RCV1000R is Honda’s Open class project, designed to be a cheaper but competitive alternative to the Factory prototype RC213V.Costing around £1m to purchase outright, the production bike doesn’t feature technology like a seamless shift gearbox or...

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Bob Buttamasangy

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No balls to reply to my post on the Crutchlow Brakes thread? Pretending you didn't read it makes me laugh even harder.

I don't ask for much to show respect to any opinion but you quantify very few of yours. Typical Flo fangirl when the pressure is on. No fkn balls!

 

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mirloXXbob

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mirloXXbob says:

kwit bitchin.

Bob and ApexTwin, kwitcha bitchin at each other. We all love the same sport. Do something useful like watch some racin' or go ridin'.:mad:

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saikamaldoss

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saikamaldoss says:

RCV1000R

Honda did not want production racer to catch RCV factory bike but they did not expect it to be slower than other bikes. Hope they learned their lesson for being defensive.

If honda wins, its honda win. no matter if it is factory bike or not.

Hope they will have RCV1000R in SBK 2015 or els they will lose remaining SBK market.

 

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