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Old Nov 7th 2018, 11:52 AM   #171
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Originally Posted by BTrain5489 View Post
You have it reversed.

The R makes less power than the base/S everywhere except way up beyond overrev territory for the base/S. That said, the R has shorter final drive gearing than the base/S so the difference probably won't matter in the real world unless you care about fuel economy.
Also don't forget about how quickly the V4R will rev, the over 2 lbs. lighter crank and titanium rods as well as lighter flywheel will make that thing RIP through the revs regardless of what shows up on a dyno chart.
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Old Nov 7th 2018, 01:38 PM   #172
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Yes, that is what we've been told. Not that someone couldn't change their mind at some point, but with the emissions lawsuit with Harley and the VW "issue" there is zero tolerance for anything that could even perceived as being encouraging the skirting of emissions laws.
too bad the price hasn't been reduced to reflect it, essentially the bike is now $45k with exhaust.
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Old Nov 7th 2018, 02:06 PM   #173
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too bad the price hasn't been reduced to reflect it, essentially the bike is now $45k with exhaust.
Well, a 999R was $30k 12 years ago, so it's all relative.
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Old Nov 7th 2018, 06:26 PM   #174
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that is approx. $37500 today.

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Old Nov 8th 2018, 05:16 AM   #175
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that is approx. $37500 today.

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What's that in dollars per horsepower??
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Old Nov 8th 2018, 07:48 PM   #176
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I guessed the new V4R would be in the 45k range. I just bought a new 2018 Honda Civic Type R for $44k. I know...that's apples to oranges. Now, back on the subject. Frankly, I love the way the new V4R looks. I would love a chance to ride one at the track and compare it to my 1299S. Peace. Highside49
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I guessed the new V4R would be in the 45k range. I just bought a new 2018 Honda Civic Type R for $44k. I know...that's apples to oranges. Now, back on the subject. Frankly, I love the way the new V4R looks. I would love a chance to ride one at the track and compare it to my 1299S. Peace. Highside49
Yeah MotoRapdi priced it and its $45,600 US converted. So its around 50k+ OTD from new at dealer.

I think to myself, I am making more money as years go by but NOPE, still poor as things get more expensive.
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Old Nov 9th 2018, 07:13 AM   #178
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Yeah MotoRapdi priced it and its $45,600 US converted. So its around 50k+ OTD from new at dealer.

I think to myself, I am making more money as years go by but NOPE, still poor as things get more expensive.
US Retail is $39,995. Not sure where the $50 OTD comes from...
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41.490 CHF in here switzerland...allmost same in dollars.. (36300 In euros)
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Old Nov 9th 2018, 10:47 AM   #180
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US Retail is $39,995. Not sure where the $50 OTD comes from...
yup probably $45k OTD in NY.
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