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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-27-2009, 05:21 PM Thread Starter
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Thumbs up VFR1200F Review

Tis is probably gonna get bike of the year especially with the addition of a dual clutch tranny...But you can read for yourself...

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It certainly is a different approach to sport touring. I'll be looking forward to see if it gets well accepted. Looks like a great bike for the right person.

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VFR1200F is a light and compact 1237cc liquid-cooled 76-degree V-4 that pumps out amazing levels of power,throttle by wire for next-generation throttle response,lightweight and compact Unicam valve train that allows for significantly smaller cylinder heads,optional dual-clutch automatic transmission with manual mode and automatic mode with two D/S modes and paddle-style shifters.


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Might be a tough pick between it and the Concours 14.
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Might be a tough pick between it and the Concours 14.
Seem like distinct tools for a similar job...each effective but with qualities appealing to differing preferences. I'll gladly take one from Kawasaki and one from Honda, ride them for a few years, and update forum members regularly. All in the interest of science, of course.


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I'd take the Concours 14. Right now I plan on buying one for a second bike sometime in the future. I think the V and the Concours would be a good couple of bikes to have in the stable.
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