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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-13-2006, 01:43 PM Thread Starter
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2007 F4 1000R Red or Black

Just wanted to see what you all think is the better of the colors. I had a chance to see both and I have to tell you I am going to need a coin to flip on this one.
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both awesome. im going for red.
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I vote black!
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I love Black, but I'm kind of bias. Get whatever you like, they are both sexy as HELL.

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The red/silver version is very similar to the existing F41000S with subtle changes to a few graphics and the addition of the black wheels of course. The black R has a totally new color scheme. The new black color scheme is what attracted me to the R in the first place. I think the folks who are into the classic red/silver combo will go for that color and those who like the other colors will most likely go for the black. If you are on a fence post about color you could be in for a very difficult decision. Just make 100% sure you will not have buyer’s remorse after committing to a color.

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Black, no doubt

If it were the classic red and silver i'd say red.
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post #8 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-13-2006, 04:27 PM
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Black. I like the traditional red/silver colors but the new red/silver color scheme has too much red bleeding on the the silver. It just looks a bit girlie to me.

See, it's a girlie girlie's color (joking)
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post #9 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-13-2006, 04:37 PM
I'd get the Red and Silver only because I already have a Black Piaggio BV200 and Black Honda RC-51. But the Black is a Bad Ass Color, the Red is a Sexy Color. Red always screams Exclusive Italian like Ferrari Red. Girls like Red which is a plus!
I guess it boils down to if you like Knight Rider or if you like Magnum PI. LOL!
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Have to say red for me , love the black on the 910 R but just love red/silver on an F4...... now where are my lotto tickets????

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