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post #1 of 83 (permalink) Old 05-10-2006, 05:14 PM Thread Starter
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Omfg!!!!! Mv F4 1000 R

Stop the press and the F4 R "haters".

This thing is even more stunning than i though it was.......

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That looks so fcukin' mean in all black. I love it.

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Character is what comes out under adversity. (Think about that)
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Great looking bike, but you know what really grinds my gears?

If you're going to go all out, balls to the wall, and introduce an R model, give it everything and then some to hold that title (case in point are the Aprillia bikes, the R models do in fact have MANY well designed and setup mods compared to their standard counterparts). Now before you go and say what in gods name are you talking about? This bike apears to have been designed quite well and with all out performance in mind, but it does have one small flaw (maybe not a flaw, but more an attention to detail) I've noticed... The rear brake! They should have thrown a Brembo on there as well. Something about a bike with mix macthed brake components that just makes me say, why? Some of you might say, well who really needs it in the rear, but I feel if you're going to build such a bike, a minor expense such as Brembo swap for the rear should have not been over looked. Just my 2 cets. PS The Brembo wheels are HOT!

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Great looking bike, but you know what really grinds my gears?

If you're going to go all out, balls to the wall, and introduce an R model, give it everything and then some to hold that title (case in point are the Aprillia bikes, the R models do in fact have MANY well designed and setup mods compared to their standard counterparts). Now before you go and say what in gods name are you talking about? This bike apears to have been designed quite well and with all out performance in mind, but it does have one small flaw (maybe not a flaw, but more an attention to detail) I've noticed... The rear brake! They should have thrown a Brembo on there as well. Something about a bike with mix macthed brake components that just makes me say, why? Some of you might say, well who really needs it in the rear, but I feel if you're going to build such a bike, a minor expense such as Brembo swap for the rear should have not been over looked. Just my 2 cets. PS The Brembo wheels are HOT!
Yep, I have to agree. They did the same thing with the Brutale R. They kept the Nissin rear break.
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I like the bike but.... I think the red/silver combo is the best looking?


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post #6 of 83 (permalink) Old 05-10-2006, 06:23 PM
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NICE,

It's a MEAN looking machine. The black wheels are Smokin.

But truth is...Marchesini wheels are "nicer" or of better grade. JMHO.

I agree, brakes should match front & rear.

But you can't but LOVE this machine AND be jealous of those owning it when time come. It's called...ENMV.

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I think I found my next bike
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post #8 of 83 (permalink) Old 05-10-2006, 06:49 PM
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My new favorite F4!

I agree about the Nissin rear brake, (on my 910R also) but to be honest, I rarely use the rear but when I do, it does the job.

Wow, just thinking how cool that bike would compliment the 910R.....

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I wonder how much these things are going to be. They are 1+1? Kind of wierd for a race bike.
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post #10 of 83 (permalink) Old 05-10-2006, 08:32 PM
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It is a beautiful bike, no doubt, but my favorite is still the new Senna
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