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2008 rcv back to undertail exhaust

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AWESOME! It looks hot. I think the side exhausts were just temporary solutions. I love it. Weird to see Hopper on the Kawi, but good to know Monster will be in there as a sponsor. Hopefully, more energy drinks will come on board.

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Insane, I want to see Lorenzo on that white bike for next year in a white Dianese. Hot!

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I don't see it. Where?

Post up pic plz.

Edit - nevermind, I see it now.


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Notice how the swingarm is upside down too.

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does the bike look bigger or is it just me?

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That undertail exhaust looks out of place. In other words, doesn't flow. Looks like how our CBR's look.

They should make it flow like how the RC211V did--now that was awesome!
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The bike doesn't look bigger, but according to Hayden, "It looks more normal." As for how the exhaust flows, pull off the 211's rear tail and you'd be hard pressed to see any differences between the 212's design and the old 211's. The swing arm is new and if you looked under the fairing, apparently, they "opened it up" more. One of the problems with the 07 bike was that it got hot because everything was crammed in there. Notice also the rake of the nose of the bike is less pointed, almost 1000RR-ish, in that, it's stubbier, as well as, that vertical line down the mid-fairing, also like the 1000RR. They also removed the whale tail rear hugger in place of a normal hugger.

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Looks promising. We will see if Honda can kick ass and take names this season.

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Well, parts of this bike are still up for re-design no? This is afterall, the first test.

I'm sure by the later tests, the exhaust will be finalized and the design will be cleaner. I'd think right now, it's about checking to see if the bike can perform.

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i wonder if they got away with the unit pro link
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boo on the undertail

at least integrate it like the rc211v was in 05

better pic of new design ..ewww what a mess



nakano has the 07 style still

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the repsol boys are the only ones on the new machines thats why...nakano is on a 07 spec

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All satellite Honda teams got the very last iteration of the 212 (the ones Dani and Nicky were riding). Dani and Nicky got the evo212 for 08 with pneumatic valves.

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Apparently the exhaust can have an significant input on aerodynamics, so they don't always choose by looks.

http://www.robotpig.net/automotive/en_desmosedici.php

Regardless, I like the new design.

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That's COOL!!! :)

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Here's another that I got from the MOTO GP website

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another ,my guess would be that its just a prelim pipe set up and wil be more flush like they have on the zook or duc




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damn they look so small and fun to ride!!!

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Defintley want the new bike to look good, but most importantly is lay waste and smoke the rest of the field the way Casey's Duc did this season.
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the Evo212V has no visible ram air ducts, must be like the HRC CBR1000RR where it located above the radiator.


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Looks like the exhaust loops around under the tail section.
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Looks like the exhaust loops around under the tail section.
might be cuz of the firing order of the new engine. maybe they need a bit more backpressure. maybe it helps with some weight distribution.

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i think they loop it around to make the tuned length of the exhaust the same as for the front bank of the cylinders, akrapovic makes the exhaust for HRC.


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i think they loop it around to make the tuned length of the exhaust the same as for the front bank of the cylinders, akrapovic makes the exhaust for HRC.
But Akrapovic refuse to pay for the sticker on the swingarm so there's a sorry MIVV sticker on there....
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i think they loop it around to make the tuned length of the exhaust the same as for the front bank of the cylinders, akrapovic makes the exhaust for HRC.
Are you sure? I know Akrapovic does the HRC leased CBR1000RR exhaust but I've never heard that they did the exhaust for the RC212V.
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I think everything on the RC212 (or 211 for that matter) is proprietary HRC. All of it is developed and prototyped in house. This is HRC flexing it's know-how.

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the first couple years of the 211 there was 'polini' or something like that on the exhaust...was that a company or what?

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the first couple years of the 211 there was 'polini' or something like that on the exhaust...was that a company or what?
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