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Looks great,,, but why do the photo shoot when the bike has no windscreen, a bag of ?bolts? Taped to the tank and also a post-it note on the tank???
 

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Still a great looking bike but I woulda done the shoot when it's done
 

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What a joy to look at even in pictures thanks for sharing
 

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OH MY ****! That is freakin dirty! Congrats!
 

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i can care less about the bike....meh
but i want those forks.....i just creamed on myself....comp and rebound at the bottom....omg did i say how much i WANT those forks lmao
 

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i think its hilarious that the street version has electronic suspension and the racebike doesnt......bahahahahahahaha. i wonder why?(sarcasm)
 

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Discussion Starter #14 (Edited)
Looks great,,, but why do the photo shoot when the bike has no windscreen, a bag of ?bolts? Taped to the tank and also a post-it note on the tank???
Because this will be the only time its raw. But here are some quick pic's of it with a screen.






Not the 1199RS, but cool to see the new frame.


FIM SB rule book 2012 said:
2.4.10.2 Front forks
The front fork in whole or part may be changed but must be the same type
homologated (leading link, telescopic, etc.).
No aftermarket or prototype electronically-controlled suspensions maybe used.
An electronically-controlled suspension may only be used if already
present on the production model of the homologated motorcycle.
The electronically-controlled valves must remain as homologated. The
shims, spacers and fork springs not connected with these valves can be
changed.
The ECU for the electronic suspension must remain as homologated and
cannot have GPS capabilities.
The electronic interface between the rider and the suspension must remain
as on the homologated motorcycle. It is allowed to remove or disable this
rider interface.
The original suspension system must work safely in the event of an
electronic failure.
Electro-magnetic fluid systems which change the viscosity of the
suspension fluid(s) during operation are not permitted.
 

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I like the bits and pieces, especially the carbon fiber, but in my opinion not particularly attractive machine.
 

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That exhaust is awful looking. I bet it's real fun installing too. Someone mentioned in another post it looks like a sausage, which it totally does. Some things are growing on me a little, but I don't know what to say, there's too much going on it seems.
 
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