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07-15-2019 02:59 PM
Palehorse

So aesthetically the same. Iíve been growing into a fan of Suzuki so it would be great to see its power output up there with the latest European bikes. Whatever updates they do to the VVT system alone Iím not sure would make the difference though.

Hard pass on the Honda for me. Have never really been a fan of them.


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07-15-2019 02:03 PM
badexample
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Very unlikely either the Suzuki or Honda change aesthetically. Iím anxious to see if they compete with the bimmer.




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https://www.cycleworld.com/suzuki-pl...00-vvt-update/

https://www.hondaprokevin.com/new-ho...anges-winglets
07-15-2019 12:44 PM
Palehorse
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Originally Posted by badexample View Post

They finally tucked in the damn headlights! Can't wait to see the new GSX-R for 2020 and new CBR.

Very unlikely either the Suzuki or Honda change aesthetically. Iím anxious to see if they compete with the bimmer.




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07-15-2019 12:13 PM
badexample
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Originally Posted by EvokedPotential View Post
The R1 looks rad. No VVT or claimed improvement in HP output (the old bike seldom broke 170hp). This doesn't look like a real 2020 competitor....


They finally tucked in the damn headlights! Can't wait to see the new GSX-R for 2020 and new CBR.
07-15-2019 09:51 AM
EvokedPotential The R1 looks rad. No VVT or claimed improvement in HP output (the old bike seldom broke 170hp). This doesn't look like a real 2020 competitor....
07-13-2019 10:27 PM
badexample New Features:

Redesigned cylinder head, fuel injectors, finger-follower rocker arms, and camshaft profiles
APSG ride-by-wire system with YCC-T
Brake Control (BC) and Engine Brake Management (EBM) for a total of seven independently-adjustable electronic control rider aids
÷hlins ERS NPX front fork with integrated gas cylinder and optimized rear shock settings (R1M)
KYB upside-down front fork with new internal shim stack design (R1)
Optimized settings for linked-type Monocross KYB rear shock (R1)
Next-generation R-Series redesigned bodywork with outstanding aerodynamic efficiency
Carbon fiber tail cowl (R1M)
Bridgestone RS11 Battlax Racing Street tires with updated tread design
New front brake pad friction material for excellent control while braking
Returning Features:

Engine

Compact combustion chamber and large-diameter intake/exhaust valves (intake 33 mm, exhaust 26.5 mm)
Twin-injector fuel injection
Forged aluminum bridge-box pistons
Titanium fracture-split (FS) connecting rods
Offset cylinders
Crank inertial moment engineered to achieve linear throttle response
4-2-1 midship muffler with two variable exhaust routes (based on rpm)
A&S clutch
Chassis

Aluminum Deltabox frame
Forced air intake
Aluminum fuel tank with 4.5-gallon capacity
Cast magnesium wheels
320mm front brake discs and four-piston monobloc calipers
÷hlins Electronic Racing Suspension (ERS) (R1M only)
Electronics

Six-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) for three-dimensional vehicle attitude detection
Yamaha Ride Control (YRC) technology
Traction Control System (TCS)
Slide Control System (SCS)
Lift control system (LIF)
Launch Control System (LCS)
Quick Shift System (QSS) with upshift and downshift function
Power mode selection system (PWR)
Electronic Racing Suspension (ERS) (R1M only)
Digital thin-film transistor (TFT) liquid crystal display
Communication Control Unit (CCU) (standard equipment for R1M, optional accessory for R1, standard on R1M
07-13-2019 04:09 PM
badexample
07-13-2019 04:05 PM
badexample 2020 R1M!






2020 Yamaha YZF-R1 and R1M unveiled! Both bikes feature an updated engine that produces a claimed 198bhp and is Euro5 compliant. Extensive electronics suite and chassis tweaks, as well as new bodywork. R1M comes with the new ÷hlins ERS NPX gas fork and R1 rolls on all-new Bridgestone RS11s
07-07-2019 09:44 PM
bennice
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When will a mod lock this thread? Very hard for riders to browse the site when trolls continue to drive this site.



Do we have any mods out there?


Aw come on now. Nobody is having issues sorting and weeding thru all 10 posts per day the site is getting these days.

Regardless of Whether or not someone likes his posts, this thread is one of the few that are keeping the site alive.



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07-01-2019 01:35 AM
badexample
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When will a mod lock this thread? Very hard for riders to browse the site when trolls continue to drive this site.

Do we have any mods out there?
Scout, why you such an offended cunt? Why don't you go read the owner manual ?
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