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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 07-02-2019, 11:08 PM Thread Starter
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I havenít seen anyone post about that model, is it a worthy purchase or not? Differences that I see are the wheels, seat and team bodywork, correct?
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Here you go. Only you can say if those extra features are what you need. Track? Street?
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I havenít seen anyone post about that model, is it a worthy purchase or not? Differences that I see are the wheels, seat and team bodywork, correct?
If you dont get the track version you miss out on the Race Pro modes 1 2 3, then the forged wheels.. Those would need to be a must if I was going to get the Red 2020.
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I rode a full base model. Red with standard wheels, no ddc, no heated grips, no ride modes pro, no cruise. Just quick shift. Felt like I was on a Honda
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I rode a full base model. Red with standard wheels, no ddc, no heated grips, no ride modes pro, no cruise. Just quick shift. Felt like I was on a Honda
Did said Honda have a softer seat than M version? M seat is great on track but 4 hours down the road....little bit hard
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I haven’t seen anyone post about that model, is it a worthy purchase or not? Differences that I see are the wheels, seat and team bodywork, correct?
If you dont get the track version you miss out on the Race Pro modes 1 2 3, then the forged wheels.. Those would need to be a must if I was going to get the Red 2020.
I agree. You get to adjust the throttle, engine brake, wheelie, and other things with the racepro modes. Even if you dont track, its pretty cool to have that adjustability.
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Did said Honda have a softer seat than M version? M seat is great on track but 4 hours down the road....little bit hard
Just as hard. Looks like seat upgrades are a must on the new bike. For anyone doing high miles.
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I havenít seen anyone post about that model, is it a worthy purchase or not? Differences that I see are the wheels, seat and team bodywork, correct?
Obviously nice to have the M but the base model is extremely well priced.
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Just as hard. Looks like seat upgrades are a must on the new bike. For anyone doing high miles.
Sounds like this ride back to Los Angeles from Vegas tomorrow is going to be trying on my a$$. M seat, not regular. Besides the butt suffering though it should be fun.
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I've done 600km + in a day and the seat is fine when you're moving or actively riding , however on the freeway its where it hurts... no more than any other seat sitting still on a freeway imho.

I think the So called"race " model in australia is best value.

mid range it has all the DDC cruise, grips , plus forged wheels.
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