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differences Senna VS R

I was looking and i was wondering whats the difference between the two?

Senna VS 1000R

also wasnt the senna the lowest price Limited?

I was thinking the senna was a Pre model R?

so im curious
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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-19-2007, 11:29 AM
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The Senna is an R with a different shock and a bunch of carbon fiber. The fork tubes are anodized black instead of gold. Actually when I went for my first service and looked at the Senna I was actually surprized at what a relative bargain it is. If you add up the cost of the shock and all the CF bits it is definitely worth it.
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Amen RobP. Its also got the Marchesini wheels...the forged aluminum ones. Not sure if the R has that.
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no, it's got the lighter brembo superlights. but i think the marc's have more style.
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no, it's got the lighter brembo superlights. but i think the marc's have more style.

thats what i thought, if i had to choose id get a senna anyday,but the r is still cool
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I believe both Tambu and Senna is abt the same. Not much of a difference.

Not sure why Tambu is much expensive .....
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I believe both Tambu and Senna is abt the same. Not much of a difference.

Not sure why Tambu is much expensive .....
They are VERY different ..... the Tam has a lot of Magnesium parts, carbon fiber body panels, as well as the variable intake system (just to name a few - there are more). Not even close.

The Senna may be a better performer as it has more contemporary technology (debateable), but as far as an artistic build and the keen use of exotic materials, the Tamburini is peerless.

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I believe both Tambu and Senna is abt the same. Not much of a difference.

Not sure why Tambu is much expensive .....
you must be joking.....

what is Tom going to say about that comment?

SENNA 070/300
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They are VERY different ..... the Tam has a lot of Magnesium parts, carbon fiber body panels, as well as the variable intake system (just to name a few - there are more). Not even close.

The Senna may be a better performer as it has more contemporary technology (debateable), but as far as an artistic build and the keen use of exotic materials, the Tamburini is peerless.
Ic.... thanks for the info.....Im only aware of it after you mention them.

Can you pls explaing more abt the Variable intake system ?

What the difference bet the 2 bikes ?

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