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Discussion in 'General 1000RR Discussion' started by hitch, Sep 14, 2019.
That's just photoshop from a magazine. Don't believe a pixel of that "photo".
Give some guys a computer and Photoshop program and they think they can create the world! Most of us have seen fat better graphic renders than that one, this being my favourite:
Eugh, this pipes are wretched
It's just awful
You're a friggin' ass @derchef
A quick search for the latest info: 215 hp at 14,500 revs, and under 200 kg is the latest goss.
They must be getting nervous at BMW this time !
I really hope there is a launch of a new one. Due to numerous delivery date delays I cancelled my order for the S1000RR M Sport so waiting to see what Honda will do.
Hopefully, you might soon find that the delays were a stroke of fortune! Was the dealer p!ssed?
Good decision they can't guarantee the delivery of the new BMW ....I had a test ride for a good hour across country roads it is a good bike but bland....and to many plastics in key areas switchgear was all loose ....look like it was going to fall apart....I hope the Honda is good ...
Hope so Nigel. No, the dealer was fine, they fully understood/understand the situation.
IMO BMW made a complete mess of the launch, new models have teething issues but it was the delay after delay which was annoying.
Waiting for you Mr Honda!!
Yes, buddy, totally agree.
Well I hope they release some proper info soon, my R1 is 4 years old in 2020, so will be thinking of changing her for a newer model, so blade might just arrive in time for me to get back into Honda?
carbon wheels recall in 3-2-1-
So that's at least 3 of us on the fence just over the last few days on this forum!
@derchef is monitoring the 2020 thread just in case he spots info that shouldn't be public!!
I’ve seen a post on another form might have been on here about the carbon wheels cracking on our good old English roads.
Took out the1000rr in June went to put a order down was told February 2020, but more likely June 2020, was told the carbon wheels are the issue, the supplier couldn't make them quick enough and also the quality was not 100%
Really looking forward to this new Fireblade.
Forgive a few errors along the way, but lessons should have been learned by now - so come on let's see what you got this time
I know someone where the carbon wheels cracked on test ride dealer said he had hit a pot hole so had to pay 2k on the insurance tried chasing the council but no joy .....Roads are getting worse....just found 2 cuts In front tyres of car good job robust 4 seasons Pirellis...there goes the lid money on new car rubber shortly...