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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-12-2014, 01:35 AM Thread Starter
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Its with a heavy heart but after a year of contemplating between f4RR I finally pulled the trigger and decided on the BMW HP4 even thought there is no comparison on looks. I just could mot pass up the bemeers 3 year warranty and 3 year road side assistance, and the electronics that seens to work flawlessly. But for pure love I am still keeping my dream bike the f4 Senna, if and when MV comes out with another Senna ill be the first one to buy it.
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Enjoy the Beemer.....lot of bike there, maybe more than can be used by most.
Glad you are keeping the Senna.....a lot fewer of those to look at than mass-produced BMWs.

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In the overall balance of ultimate function and ultimate form, taking the former is not always a bad thing. And you actually still have both.

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Congrats mate
As long as ur still got the senna,,,,,, ur an ok dude

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Ok, but in 3 years' time, if you've never had to take advantage of that 3 year warranty or roadside assistance, does that mean you'd have made the wrong decision?

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Enjoy! HP4 looks like a German experimental prototype gone quite well. It's a fine machine, with german hi-tec styled all over it. I hope to experience that someday, even if it means just borrowing one. I miss driving those M5s and although they are relatively high maintenance, as all high performance machines are, with a BMW you do get the ultimate driving experience from a technical standpoint. With an Italian machine, its more emotional, less technical, IMO, haha

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I rode one recently. There is no way you will be disappointed. They are awesome. Suspension was a bit soft for my liking and put some decent rubber on!

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Hp4

Was drooling at an HP4 at the local BMW dealer just last week. Enjoy!

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