Irn Bru Freak wrote
For example, german bikes can't be sold over with 100bhp.What are the others ?
so what do they do with r1`s etc
Eff Bee wrote
Isnt austria quite strict on emmisions too???
The scotch don't buy brand new bikes - they're too tight
Swtzerland is - although that isn't really Europe....
It's not EU.
And therefore is not required to conform to 'European' standards.
Bike Breaker wrote
Ah, but did he mean european as in the geographical continent, or as in the EU, which seems to take in anyone who wants to join. And some who didn't.
germany now allows bike to be sold without the 100bhp restriction, has been the case for the past 2 years. It was more a self imposed limit unlike the strict french 100bhp where the manufacturers parts warehouse in france cant even stock the parts to derestrict the bikes!!!, which is often done with cams and cylinder heads not just ecu!!
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