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The frontend reminds me of a jetski...

XX motor in a 900 frame...Come get some.
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It would look better if it said honda on it instead.

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Sat on one at the dealership today! Nice bike fo sho!

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My friend, who works for Kawasaki in Irvine, rode one of these to Las Vegas a couple weekends ago. He said it reminds him of Kawasaki's version of a KTM SuperDuke, with gobs of power. The motor is ~1043cc's so it's been bumped up past the 1000cc mark, suppose to have a nice strong powerband all the way through.

I really want to ride one myself! I'd take this over the new VFR argh!

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It would look better if it said honda on it instead.
That maybe true, but I might have to go Green if its any good. As soon as my dealer gets one (and its not snowing ) I'm taking that Kaw for a spin.

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it looks better in this picture than real life. and I think it has a little too much bodywork for a naked bike. reminds me of that "megatron" robot from "transformer" movie.

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it looks better in this picture than real life. and I think it has a little too much bodywork for a naked bike. reminds me of that "megatron" robot from "transformer" movie.
I like it better in person. To each their own.

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it looks better in this picture than real life. and I think it has a little too much bodywork for a naked bike. reminds me of that "megatron" robot from "transformer" movie.
It looks really good, I did think that the plastic covering the nice inverted forks was a bit over kill. Think of the body work like a swimsuit on a woman, sometimes you should leave a little something up to the imagination ;0)

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It looks really good, I did think that the plastic covering the nice inverted forks was a bit over kill. Think of the body work like a swimsuit on a woman, sometimes you should leave a little something up to the imagination ;0)
Nah, to heck with the imagination....Just get naked and be done with it

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It does look like a full fairing bike at first glance. Still pretty nice either way.

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I like it. I've always liked kawie's.

Kawie doesn't catagorize the thing as "Naked". But you know that's what everybody will call it. I'd like to see it with the fork shields, rear fender, belly pan and radiator shrouds gone. Then throw a nice little 4 into 1 aftermarket exhaust on it. Claimed curb weight is 481 pounds. That's still too heavy.

Who needs the CB1000 now?

Have you noticed the mfg's are upping the ante in this catagory?

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Have you noticed the mfg's are upping the ante in this catagory?
At least this thing got a new motor rather than a "retune for midrange" standard.



I never have liked digital tachs though. Can't stand the things. Dealbreaker for me? Probably not, but I would hate having to rip the dash off a brand new machine.


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My friend, who works for Kawasaki in Irvine, rode one of these to Las Vegas a couple weekends ago. He said it reminds him of Kawasaki's version of a KTM SuperDuke, with gobs of power. The motor is ~1043cc's so it's been bumped up past the 1000cc mark, suppose to have a nice strong powerband all the way through.

I really want to ride one myself! I'd take this over the new VFR argh!
I hear you can increase the powerband by simply buying a bigger one.





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It would look better if it said honda on it instead.

Slower, too!

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I hear you can increase the powerband by simply buying a bigger one.




i hear rubbermaid makes some really strong ones to install



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I never have liked digital tachs though. Can't stand the things. Dealbreaker for me? Probably not, but I would hate having to rip the dash off a brand new machine.

I agree. It always reminds me of some cheap gimmick like on the early to mid eighties F-Body GM cars. Looks cheesy and does nothing special that a mechanical speedo can't. By the way, I love the sig and avatar. Bonzo shuffle!!!

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Two separate testers have gotten 1/4 mile times in the 10.30-10.40 range. That is smoking quick for a standard and makes it easy to forgive the dash or fork covers (IMO).

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It's sad actually.

I have been a Honda fan for as long as I can remember. I have always respected their engineering prowess and their willingness to bring obscure, ground-breaking bikes to the market; CB750, GL1000, CBX, CBR, NSR, etc.....

But, it seems that five-ten years ago they packed up their ball(s) and went home!

When other , smaller manufacturers are still bringing incredible bikes out, Honda has done nothing.

- I love the 919 but it's not even in the same league as the Z1000 and the B-King.
- I love my CBR1100XX but it was designed in 1996 and they've quit the hyper-tourer category.
- I want a Honda built, large discplcement adventure tourer but I've been forced to build my own!
- I think my ST1300 is the best bike I've ever owned but next to a Connie 14 or even a FJR, the comparison is painful.

I guess Honda just wants to build robots.....

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The VFR is a hyper tourer. I can't wait to see how it fairs against an K1300S.

And Honda makes the other stuff on yourr list. They just don't bring it here to drive us nuts! And for the few of us with the sence to buy these non cruiser or non crotchrockets it does drive us nuts.

I'd buy a transalp in a heartbeat. Or the varadero. Its more DL1000 than 990Adv but I'm sure it is a great bike. Honda Motorcycles Models

And Kawi doesn't state that the Z1000 is a naked. Its just a comfortable sport bike with less of that insurance premium raising plastic. Enough of it that we may buy it but not enough plastic to turn off europeans as its sold around the world as is. no changes for different reagions.

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I looked at getting one before i picked up my 07 919 (with no miles mind you). But my dealer said they didn't order any since "naked bikes don't sell". As far as I'm concerned, the last gen didn't sell because it looked funny with the exhaust. i see they fixed the exhaust a bit, but that digital thing up front has to go - or at least go half and half.

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Reminds me of a B-King?

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Yeah back in 07 it was between the 919 and the z1000. I piked the 9 because of hondas build quality. I've been second guessing it ever since, wouldve been second guessin it if I went the other way also.... I think in a few more years when the 9 is still going trouble free it'll be a little clearer but I do love the Z. Haven't had good expierience with kawi is what it boiled down to, but man the Z is a sweet ride for sure. The new styling cues are good but I still like the prior model based on looks alone. The new one does look super nice though, can't go wrong. I'd ditch some her clothes though, and I agree the quad exhaust junked up the 1st gen looks.

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Ha........build quality! I sold both of my Hondas when they were around 20-23,000 miles cause things were sounding a bit 'rattly', 929 and a Superhawk. Then I got the 04 ZX10R and a 05 KLR650. 23,000 miles on the KLR and just putting on the new chain and sprockets. 43,000 miles on the 10R and I just don't know when I'd consider selling it except for prevailing economic strains.
Honda's "Build Quality" is now moot. (06 600RR in the shop where I bring my bikes to get tuned..........broken connecting rod, motor lunched, owner bought a used motor on E-ghei)
ANY bike model or brand can have issues. These days, they are pretty few and far between across the board because everything out there is soo darn good. There really isn't one brand I wouldn't consider owning (customer service not withstanding)

My point is not at all to rag on brian, far from it. It is just the way it is for us. We live in the Golden Age of Motorcycles.

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I became a Kawi guy because the local Kawi shop is the best of the local shops. Since becoming a Kawi guy, I have been amazed with the quality of their bikes. I think the sportbikes are the best built amongst the big four, and if you don't believe me look at the history of the big four over the past five years. I have had 5 Kawi's now, currently have 1, and I haven't had a single problem. Also, just using a bit of plexus, they have all looked darn near new the entire time of ownership (except the scratches wife put on her little Ninja 250!!!!!). I do think things were different 10+ years ago, so I understand some of the "other" opinions.

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The Honda VRF1200 dyno'ed 145.1 hp at 10,100 rpm and 80.6 ft.-lb. of torque at 9100 revs - going to be interesting to see how it runs in the real world and where the numbers fall.

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Reminds me of a B-King?
Or maybe what the bking wanted to be, instead of all fat & heavy. Unfaired bikes aren't my favorite but I think the that new Kawasaki looks awesome.

I just noticed the rear axle eccentric - looks just like the ones on my old gpz's. If they're the same diameter, I'll buy a pair just for the bling factor. haha

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Speaking of dyno runs, the Kwak came in at 138. I forgot the torque reading.

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Speaking of dyno runs, the Kwak came in at 138. I forgot the torque reading.
Cycle world has a pretty good write up about the bike in their March issue...

They say Torque is 73 @ 8000rpm

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Cycle world has a pretty good write up about the bike in their March issue...

They say Torque is 73 @ 8000rpm

Kawasaki motors have always been a visceral Where other makers have gone for scalpel-like finesse, Kawasaki intercedes with a big-ass rusty but sharp as hell butcher knife. That is what drew me to the 10R at the tender age of 48. I'd be remiss to not say that the other attributes of the bike leave something to be desired, but the mill always excites, and that was the lure to me.

Ohhhhhh to be a lottery winner.............or the inventor of the next pet rock.

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It's sad actually.

I have been a Honda fan for as long as I can remember. I have always respected their engineering prowess and their willingness to bring obscure, ground-breaking bikes to the market; CB750, GL1000, CBX, CBR, NSR, etc.....

But, it seems that five-ten years ago they packed up their ball(s) and went home!

When other , smaller manufacturers are still bringing incredible bikes out, Honda has done nothing.

- I love the 919 but it's not even in the same league as the Z1000 and the B-King.
- I love my CBR1100XX but it was designed in 1996 and they've quit the hyper-tourer category.
- I want a Honda built, large discplcement adventure tourer but I've been forced to build my own!
- I think my ST1300 is the best bike I've ever owned but next to a Connie 14 or even a FJR, the comparison is painful.

I guess Honda just wants to build robots.....
Saw a thread on another site exactly about this. They reckoned since Soichiro Honda died in 1991, that's when things started going downhill and the blandness started to creep in.

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Aren't we forgetting Honda's "groundbreaking" DN-01?

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I think that you should buy one and give all of us a report on it!!! If, they send some.....

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I'd buy a scooter first. They've had those "groundbreaking" automatic transmissions for years.

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Aren't we forgetting Honda's "groundbreaking" DN-01?
I rode one, worth the ride.

If it was half the price of what they were asking, it might sell.




And I have to laugh at people that bad mouth Honda.

CBR600/CBR1000RR always at or near the top of the class

The "cruisers" are some of the most popular available, and very dependable.

The CRF series are always kick butt machines, as are the ATV's

And after working on them all, or knowing people that did/do, Honda still has the best build and overall quality of them all.

Anyway, I like all the manufactures. They all have their strengths and weakness's
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I did a quick check and Honda, while not bringing the CB1100F of my dreams to the shores, has put out more than a few new models -

The CBR's are still exceptional machines -



A fuel injected 250cc motorcrosser that is getting rave reviews -



While not everyones cup of tea and probably a day late and a dollar short, Honda did bring the "chopper" to the common man -



A new to U.S. mid size sport touring machine -



Some more cruisers, new to the streets, the born again Sabre -



Another called the Stateline -



and a mid size Phantom -



Let's not forget the VFR1200 that is hitting the shores are we "read" -



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Doesn't DN-01 stand for "Do Not Own 1" ?


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I bet they've sold two or three DN-01's by now, that's surely enough to recoup all the development money spend on that brilliant idea.

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