Same with the VFR 700.Bster13 said:Not true, back in the 80s when harley was getting their butt kicked they got the government to impose a tarrif on Bikes over 700cc. That's why my first bike, a 1984 Honda nighthawk S was 700cc and the one they got in Canada was 750cc.
dude they guy who owns the shop where i get most of my gear raced a aprillia 250 and he could pull 140 down a straigt away. now thats what i call scary. considering that bike weighs like nothing.Ivan said:I wish there was some displacement/HP limit for new riders in the USA because even Jap 400's are frightingly fast. I saw stock 400 sportbikes being raced at the Isle of Man, rear mudflap and all, and they were averaging 118 mph. Stock 1000's were doing 123 mph and superbikes were doing 126 mph.
Besides license and insurance pressures - the rest of the world view motorcycles not as toys, but as bona-fide transportation. They're tools.novakane said:Why are 500's and 400 so popular over seas? Are those treated as track bikes or what? Over here everybody wants the biggest, fastest bike, I guess we're totally different eh?
It's the same as the bodywork for a 650.thejimdaddy said:some one frind me the bodywork to a sv400
i want the cool graphics on the bodyworkeeeeek said:It's the same as the bodywork for a 650.
You put the two bikes side by side and you can not tell the difference. There are two of them in the AFM and the only thing I remember that's different on the outside is the sticker and a little stamp on the case.