Ducati Champion Del Mondo
I guess this rumor is dead? =[
Or either of the other two big4's for that matter.. SOMEONE to give suzuki some competition..Visitor Q said:LOL! Seriously though... If Honda wanted to have the number one selling bike all they would have to do is make it... I honestly think that.
i don't think that's it.. what about people who want a 750 but don't necessarily want a Suzuki?RelfF2 said:my only guess is that they figure the only people that would buy it are people who whould have gotten another honda anyway. +1 cbr750, -1 cbr600 = 0 gain for honda/don't spend the money on an all new bike. i don't know if thier right about that or not, but there the big motorcycle company and i'm not so.....
I agree with this. Making an 800 would be the best thing for Honda. By doing that they can say it's bigger than the 750 and that's a selling point for americans. Also they are switching over to 800CC MotoGP machines next year so I would expect them to make one for that reason.RelfF2 said:that's my point...it seams to us that the customers are out there, but aparently they don't think so or they would have done it already...i would hope so....what i really think is they need to make a 750, but go ahead and make it any 800. the 600 doesn't look like rc-v anymore and a 800 honda would trounce the 'zuk. now, that's a bike that i think would bring more people to honda.
But just like the Gix750 an 800cc engine can fit into a 600cc frame. So it would be the same thing as a 600 with a 200cc bigger engine.Tiny said:i think sales for 600s will still be there even if an 800 was to come out. Im pretty sure the 600 can still spank the 800 on turns which is the fun part of riding.