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600RR's new grill kinda reminds me of this too. CBR=bitchin' Camaro



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Its growing on my the more I see it the only thing I don't like is how the tail fairing continues the the seat to the mid section. It just looks funny in my opinion. Overall the red white blue and repsol ones look good.

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I'm not thrilled with it. But it is just an update, like the 1000rr got last year, tweaked ecu, BPF, new rims and plastic. Nothing crazy. New front looks like an old r6 from the side...



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I'll take the new one. But in red.
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Love the red one, seriously.
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The red looks fantastic to me.
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The red is stunning, and all red like a Honda should be.
Does anyone else get the impression that Randy likes the red one?

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Ill take the new wheels and new tail and put on my 07 n be done, id take it for sure, but I like mine better. Idkw but I like the "vents" in the tail plastic behind your buttoxxxxx

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All I care about is whether the shock, forks, wheels and ECU will retrofit an '08

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All I care about is whether the shock, forks, wheels and ECU will retrofit an '08
Yes cheap upgrades!!

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Wonder if those vents in the tail are actually functional & flow air over & past the exhaust or are they just "styling"


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is there any picture 2013's cockpit?

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I can't wait for salvaged parts from it to come up on ebay and craigslist.
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Assuming I hold on to my '09 for a while, I'll probably try to eventually get the wheels from this if they fit. Other than that and the BPF, I don't see any point in this bike.

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Guy's if all you have to complain about is the color schemes then you don't have a leg to stand on. Paint is easy to change. Upgrading the hard parts costs shitloads of money.

Here's my real thoughts on this bike. The good, and the bad.

Bad first.
1. Undertail Exhaust -Really? Get rid of it and drop more weight on the competitors, increase flickability AND FINALLY be able to put something besides just a melted credit card in there.
2. Rear signals should be incorporated into the tail so there isn't crap hanging off the side screwing up the lines of the bike.
3. Front signals should be in the mirrors so there isn't any crap hanging off the side screwing up the lines of the bike.
4. Headlights should have been kept at around the 07-12 rake. Like many I'm not buying the newer generation Camaro look at all.
5. No Slipper Clutch -While it's not absolutely needed it definitely helps at this price point.

The Good
1. Big Piston Fork -About F'ing Time
2. 12 Spoke wheels -About F'ing Time
3. I like the vents in the tail. They should have kept them in the 07-12.

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1. Improved midrange - Lets be honest here. The bike already has good midrange. What any rider that has ridden any somewhat newer 600 fairly hard, even on the street, will tell you is that it's not the midrange that's lacking. IT'S THE TOP END POWER!!!
If they want to keep supposedly upping the midrange just increase the cc's already.

As I see it there is no need to sell a 07-12 for this "New" bike.
I honestly think the 06 and older bikes looks better than the 2013 and that's coming from someone who owns an 07 because of lighter weight and better handling.

Bottom line, I love Honda's but I'd go to a different brand before spending my money on the 2013.

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I actually like the fact that they kept the signal and mirror separate.

At Trackdays, it's easier to remove the mirror when they are separated (2 allen bolt and that's it)
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Would it really be that much harder to unplug a well placed factory connector when taking off the mirrors?

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Would it really be that much harder to unplug a well placed factory connector when taking off the mirrors?
Hell no, it was E-Z on the '08 1KRR. Took seconds.

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Would it really be that much harder to unplug a well placed factory connector when taking off the mirrors?
Compare our bikes and the CBR1KRR
http://www.fireblades.org/forums/hon...r-removal.html

848/1098 is not much easier either; the plug sometimes buried itself inside the top fairing.
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I didn't have any trouble with my 1098S either.

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2. Rear signals should be incorporated into the tail so there isn't crap hanging off the side screwing up the lines of the bike.
Integrated turn signals are simply not legal.

I know in NJ here the law is 9" apart.


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I think it looks really good. they finally really changed the front look, unlike the last 9 years.

It will grow on 80% of you haters
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I don't think it looks that bad different yea but I've seen worse..

Reminds me of the new dodge charger front end.. Still think 08 is as good as it gets


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Would it really be that much harder to unplug a well placed factory connector when taking off the mirrors?
I don't think I've ever been crunched for time on track day. Who cares if it takes a few minutes. We usually spend the night before at the track; plenty of time to prep.
I wouldn't mind seeing them integrated into the corner of the headlight. Get rid of anything that breaks up the natural lines of the bike.

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I don't think it looks that bad different yea but I've seen worse..

Reminds me of the new dodge charger front end.. Still think 08 is as good as it gets
Why the 08? 07s are identical?


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