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hmm what you all think???






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September 5, 2003, 05:56 PM

Nice but the last 6 look like the 1st...3!

Seriously, I'm not interest.........ed. :o


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Oh hell yeah!!!! Me likes its a lots Undertail xhaust 5 spoke wheels especially
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i dunno why its doin that???
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nevermind..i fixed it. i think im steppin up next year !
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September 5, 2003, 09:09 PM

put me down for the blue one.


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September 5, 2003, 09:59 PM

whoa that rocks yamaha's styling is second to none


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i found some more pics!




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That red is calling me. Bad. Must resist.....

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get the red one modian!!!
im gonna get the silver one! ...no wait...i cant.........not yet....oh f* it!!
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September 8, 2003, 09:41 AM

Yeah Yamaha really outdid themselves with the styling, that bike looks as cool as most of the exotics ( better than the 999 Duc IMO ).

I wonder how much different it is technically? The swingarm looks different, I wonder if it will compete motor wise with the Suzuki.
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September 8, 2003, 01:20 PM

The Silver/black looks tight. Would love to have that one.


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September 8, 2003, 01:40 PM

Actually now that I look at it again, its almost a whole new bike. The swingarm was probably changed to make room for that underseat exhaust, and the frame was modified to accomidate that ram-air. I wonder if they went full out and used that casting tech that the R6 uses to achieve its light weight advantage.

2004 is definately a cool year to be in the market for a literbike.
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like it all you will, but it wont even come close to the zx10r.. pushing a sexy 160hp to that rear wheel, and weighing in at a mere 163kg... whats up!


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September 9, 2003, 06:33 PM

Honda better come up with something REAL NICE to get me to NOT buy this new R1. Here is a bit of information taken from Yamaha's website (I'm assuming the HP number is crank)

It begins with a third-generation, 998cc, liquid-cooled, short-stroke, 20-valve, in-line four-cylinder engine designed to make 180 horsepower power at a stratospheric 12,500 rpm. The shorter cylinder head is re-angled farther forward to 40 degrees, far enough forward to allow the main frame spars to go over the engine instead of around it.



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