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Honda 800cc Gp bike...V4

Just read the new bike is a V4

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so they are pretty much keeping cylinder size the same.
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Dani was flying on it already...
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havent seen any pics yet though
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HUGE rear hugger...tiny tail...wierd.
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note minimalist rider........lol
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Nother pic...the exhaust is COOOLLLLL

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that is a pimp exhast...wow the bike looks so small...so i take it the 07 600RR is not designed after the new motogp bike from the looks of it

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The riders look so huge on these bikes, like they are riding toys. I wonder how compact those motors are. Eventhough they are 800, I bet they are smaller than production 750s or even some 600s. I think the Honda bike looks crazy hot! That's hot. Dang... I love it, every angle of it. Now, if the 07 RR looked something like that, I think every dealer's door would be knocked down with a down payment for the 07!

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where are the brake rotors on the duc?
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where are the brake rotors on the duc?
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Speaking of brakes, notice how Hayden's brake package is different than Dani's. His rear rotor is huge, where as Dani's front is massive.

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that tail section makes it look like the the bike is suffering from W.B.A.S, (white boy ass syndrome) did they mix up the dimensions between the tail and the hugger or something!?!?!? or maybe they mixed up a pocket bike plan in with the 800 plans .........the exhaust is cool tho

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I'm sure the hugger is there for a reason, but I hope that trend doesn't spill over to production. Its... a behemoth.

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Speaking of brakes, notice how Hayden's brake package is different than Dani's. His rear rotor is huge, where as Dani's front is massive.
Nicky's rear brake rotor is the same rotor as Dani's front on his 250 bike.
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Is that the fuel tank that's right under the rider? On the Honda...

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thats true...i wonder if that is the fuel tank

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sweet, i can't wait

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Thats a wierd bird right there, i tell you what.

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Definately weird looking.

What is the reasoning for them to be switching to 800ccs? Are they trying to make the field more competitive or something? Too much power on the 990s?


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Yes,to cut the power. BUt the power is still gonna be close to 990c in just a short time.
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the original reason was to slow em down, because remember in FASTER when they were talking about how fast they were getting, well, the plan isnt working, just like it never works in F1 either, because by mid season, they have the new configuration going just as fast.
I hope they dont do that 4 gear BS they were thinking about, or is that F1?
Either way i remember reading an article somewhere saying that Ducati almost already had thier bike up to the speeds of the old ones already

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noooice noooiceee, let Hayden concentrate on the championship. I like that.

No more mod listing, shits is STILL too long

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so does this bike now only have a signal exhaust, the one below and forward of the shifter?

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no one on each side.

And yes thats the fule tank
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signal, or single? :)
i dunno, that boxy thing under the tail looks like it has a rectangulr hole on it
how do u spell wierd? is it weird, or wierd?

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