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Old Mar 13th 2018, 11:15 AM   #1
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Cool Hello !

Hi everyone !







Fist , my English is not that good ...
I just register today but i have been reading a lot on the forum for the past 3 months.

I need your help !

I have about 3 years of experience on motorcycles, I own a 2015 ktm rc8r and an Aprilia rsv4 2014.


I will give my Aprilia for trade in

I have a couple of Questions if you guys are welling to answer it will help me a lot.

1- What do you like/ hate the most about your V4 so far ?

2- I dont do track, it will be mostly for road use. I want to know, even if it is a superbike, is it still comftable ? im 6 foot 97kilos

3-With that much of power, is the electronic do a good job ? does they help ?
I also have the opportunity to get my hands on a 2018 kawasaki h2 Carbons and i know it is a really good bike, but i have trouble making a decision..

What are your though ?

Thank you guys
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Old Mar 13th 2018, 01:31 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by ducatiguy View Post
Hi everyone !







Fist , my English is not that good ...
I just register today but i have been reading a lot on the forum for the past 3 months.

I need your help !

I have about 3 years of experience on motorcycles, I own a 2015 ktm rc8r and an Aprilia rsv4 2014.


I will give my Aprilia for trade in

I have a couple of Questions if you guys are welling to answer it will help me a lot.

1- What do you like/ hate the most about your V4 so far ?

2- I dont do track, it will be mostly for road use. I want to know, even if it is a superbike, is it still comftable ? im 6 foot 97kilos

3-With that much of power, is the electronic do a good job ? does they help ?
I also have the opportunity to get my hands on a 2018 kawasaki h2 Carbons and i know it is a really good bike, but i have trouble making a decision..

What are your though ?

Thank you guys
I don't have a v4....yet. I do have an H2 though. Different bikes. The h2 is heavy and bigger and is not the flickable machine the v4 is. If you want a cruising bike go for it. If you want a more nimble bike go v4. Btw the h2 gets awful gas mileage. The h2 is heavy, but the craftsmanship is really top notch.
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Old Mar 13th 2018, 02:26 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by gnance View Post
I don't have a v4....yet. I do have an H2 though. Different bikes. The h2 is heavy and bigger and is not the flickable machine the v4 is. If you want a cruising bike go for it. If you want a more nimble bike go v4. Btw the h2 gets awful gas mileage. The h2 is heavy, but the craftsmanship is really top notch.
Thanks for your reply, how is the h2 on your wrist ?
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Old Mar 13th 2018, 05:36 PM   #4
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Thanks for your reply, how is the h2 on your wrist ?
My wrist is ok, but it makes my back and knees sore. I find the pani much more comfortable
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Old Mar 17th 2018, 06:19 AM   #5
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You should also take a look at the Yamaha R1M your getting ohlins electronic suspension on a bike that cost 21k that is insane and amazing.lol
BMW should had put ohlins eletronic suspension on the 1st generation HP4's but they did'nt unfortunately. You may have to change out the clip ons to a less aggressive angle on the R1M. This is a good comparison to V4.

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