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September 11, 2003, 12:49 PM

So while looking at the new CBR1000RR and the 599, I decided to see what was being changed on the current models. To my surprise, this is what I found when I clicked on the good 'ole F4i.



Looks like the solution to the crappy seat problem is to revamp the '99/'00 design, reverse the paint scheme, add the euro grab handle, and its all new.


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September 11, 2003, 01:22 PM

Finally, Honda's jealousy of my can-o-tuna has manifested into a look-alike wanna be model of the F4i.

malakai's right though. Honda doesn't need two supersport 600's. This is a nice sporty alternative for those of us that ride in everyday situations (ie commuting).


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September 11, 2003, 01:22 PM

OH I wasn't dissapointed... or knocking the design. Just surprised because I thought I was looking at the wrong bike. It's kinda like the bizzaro version of my yellow/blk '99. :laugh:


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September 11, 2003, 01:34 PM

Man, that seat looks so comfortable. Do you think that'll fit onto my bike? Replace the plank I have on there now

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malakai's right though. Honda doesn't need two supersport 600's. This is a nice sporty alternative for those of us that ride in everyday situations (ie commuting).
I agree, it would probably be better suited to what I use my F4i for. That being said, i still want the RR. So many choices, so little money



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September 11, 2003, 03:01 PM

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So many choices, so little money
I couldnt agree more anyway I think its smart that they're keeping the good ole f4i


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