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normal 910R or s.e."hydrogen"

howdy to all the brutale riders.
i've been riding an F4 for a while and my father's been riding probably around 18 months now on a honda VTR250, (started it up when i got my f4).anyways it's about time for him to upgrade.

so we went into the melbourne bike show over the weekend, and i showed him around the bikes he'd been thinking about getting, the triumph street triple(675cc) and the aprilia shiver (750cc). i then "guided" him over to the MV stand and got him talking to Paul (of Paul feeny group, the australian importers) who was most helpful. anyway cut a long story short we may have convinced him to go with a brutale. now my father wanted a white colored bike, and the only Brutale's the had in white were the 910 R and the "hydrogen" special edition.

Is there much difference between the 910 R and the hydrogen? and for the same price is it worth going for the hydrogen?
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-05-2008, 02:58 AM
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to the best of my knowledge, the 910R and Hydrogen are exactly the same bikes,
with the only difference of the color scheme and that the Hydrogen is a "limited edition". performance and parts wise they are identical.

so i would recommend you to get the bike you like most from the color scheme.
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post #3 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-09-2008, 06:14 PM
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Technical differences are none, it is just the colour scheme. The hydrogen has the black motor white mirrors etc. I beleive that there are only 5 of them in Australia. I do know that two of them are here in Tasmania, I have one and there is aonther at the dealer. It just comes back to a personal preference of which colour scheme you prefer.
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If you like the hydrogen, and it is the same price, why not?

I don't know if I would pay extra for it though.

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Since it's a limited edition, Hydrogen would most probably keep its value better than the 910R...

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If you need spares from the special editions it a pain in A**
I would go for the 910R

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I have the Hydrogen...........I originally wanted the pearl whits 910R........but a Hydrogen was due to be impoted by motogb and I got first choice

pure vanity about being one of only 100

the black engine does look good to and white pillion seat.........not sure about the white mirrors.......but have keep them for 8 month now so grown used to then..........just collour changes as mentioned above.......still a good bike

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If you need spares from the special editions it a pain in A**
I would go for the 910R
...we can take care of that problem

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...we can take care of that problem

I hope I dont need you...........if you know what I mean............but have been eyeing some other parts for the Hydrogen that you may be able to help with

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yeap...i know...but we're here if you need anything ;-) We can't guarantee that we have what you need but we guarantee to try our very best :-D

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