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looking at buying the latest 2017 F3 675 but want some experiences from current owners feedback before i buy , the myth is because of the redesigned head they have less power than the earlier ones ? can anyone confirm or is this really a myth ? thanks
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looking at buying the latest 2017 F3 675 but want some experiences from current owners feedback before i buy , the myth is because of the redesigned head they have less power than the earlier ones ? can anyone confirm or is this really a myth ? thanks
New euroIV regulations. Ofcourse HP is less, though I believe an increase in Torque.

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New euroIV regulations. Ofcourse HP is less, though I believe an increase in Torque.
Untrue, HP is exact same for the F3
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Untrue, HP is exact same for the F3
Then im wrong.
Do know they reduced horsepower and increased torque on brutale/dragster when Euro3 was introduced.
Kinda geussing same happens with Euro4.

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I have several Japanese bikes, and this by far is my favorite. I recently purchased one of the 17' F3 675 RC's. However just be aware, just as anyone on here would probably tell you. The bike isn't very easy to ride in slow or stop and go traffic. The r6's and mainstream bikes are much more refined in that area as they are catering to more mass production and ease of ride. If you're not a new rider its no problem at all, and it doesn't bother me at all, just adds to the effect of the elusiveness of the brand, but its enough that I don't particularly let some of my buddies take a spin if they're not experienced enough. It takes more finesse than than the usual steeds. I find it endearing however. Good luck! (just get one)
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