New fuel injection and EXUP valve for 2009 XJRFOLLOWING HOT on the heels of the Japan-only Kawasaki ZRX1200 that was announced by the factory last week, this is the newly-revised 2009 Yamaha XJR1300.Cosmetically there are only tweaks and different
piston Brembo calipers Rear Brake: Single 245mm disc, two piston caliper Dry weight: 192kg (claimed) Seat height: 850mm Fuel capacity: 20 litres Top speed 150mph (est)Tyres: Front, Pirelli Scorpion Trail 120/70 ZR 17, Rear, Pirelli Scorpion Trail 190/55
HERE'S a colour-scheme to get your tastebuds tingling: a JPS-style black and gold option on the exquisite Triumph Street Triple R.The sexy middleweight roadster gets gold wheels, gold calipers and decals and the frame, swingarm and bodywork are all
notch accessories, including Marchesini wheels, 320mm carbon discs and AP six-pot calipers, to name just a few.So, the bad news. How much?It's being offered for £75,000.That's double the price of a secondhand Desmosedici.
and discs, along with carbon-fibre BST wheels.Constructed in the UK at Donington Park, using mostly British parts, the 961 SE retails at £15,995.
will have a single-sided swingarm, chunky USD front forks, beefy Brembo calipers, a relaxed riding position and what looks like a failry low centre of gravity.The bulbous, squat shape looks a little Honda EVO6, don't you think?Pics from http://lecontainer.blogspot.com
Triumph Speed Triple, a Moto Guzzi V11 Sport in lime green, a T3 California Guzzi, a mid-nineties 900SS Ducati, a 1970s CB500-4 with four original pipes, a 1968 CB250K, a C70 (greatest machine ever), and a 1964 C200 – the pushrod one. I like Hondas as you
.Compared to its peers, the Honda has a lack of bottom end compared to the R1 and GSX-R1000 of the day, but the ’Blade kicks in at around 6000rpm, beating even the 9R for torque before hitting around 140bhp at the back wheel at 11,00rpm (954cc we’re talking about
-section steel tubes for an especially smooth ride. Wheelbase is 1,450 mm with 25°15' of rake and 102 mm of trail, again contributing to a comfortable ride.BRAKES: The GSR750 features lightweight three-spoke cast aluminum wheels. The front wheel carries two 310
Ducati Diavel Carbon 0-60+ videoOwn this bike? Tell us what you thinkDucati Monster 1100 EVOCompared to the basic twin-carb set-up of the original 900 Monster in 1993, the 1100 Evo’s engine management system is on a different planet. There are three ECUs
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