CBR500R - looks ok, but nothing special. I don't really like it much, but it'll fit the bill for people who want a faired bike that isn't too aggressive and is good for commuting, but still has some sportiness to it.
Rear - note the black swingarm (but a cheaper looking one than the RR), mirrors, comfy rearsets, keyhole in the side of the rear fairing and apparently digital gauge - I didn't bother looking closely enough to see too much with this one.
Front - again, the mirrors look better than our RR, but not much; decent wheels and they kept the third eye.
Triumph Daytona 675 - WAY better in person. Great finish and felt a little smaller than the last version, but you'll obviously have to check yourself to know.
Front left - nice Ohlins and Brembo bits,
Rear right - new exhaust looks a whole lot better than it first did and an aftermarket one would be even better (I don't mind it like this);
Rear left - frame and subframe look decent in person, too. They flow pretty well with the bike's lines.
Fairing detail - more clearly shown here, but not the best focus.
Rear right - red version, there's another regular Daytona 675 with a blue lower that looks good, too.
Why didnt they do a black swing arm? cost im guessing? or do you think it would be the same $ in the end?
Honestly, it doesn't make much sense because they made a black swingarm for the cheaper CBR500R.