I agree with Belly, they are not the same animals at all.Belly said:Ever heard of chalk and cheese; Well thats about the story :lol:
Beware gentlemen. There are cruisers on the street that will hand you your huevos in a little stoplight skirmish. Some of those customs, that are barely rideable in anything but a straight line, will smoke you, up to 60 - 70 MPH. (remember, the only 'performance' most of these chaps are interested in bragging about is 'straight-line go.'Loki said:I have great difficulty (a polite way of saying "this is such BS" ) believing that any cruiser could pull out on an FJR anywhere, at any portion of the power band.
The new Fjr is more likely to have less HP than the 2002 due to restrictions laid down by the government.Liquidsilver said:...and when did it gain 20 HP?
Yup. And keep the front wheel down perfectly, and avoid wheelspin, and keep it going straight, and getting it launched in a perfectly coordinated fashion, and do all this while weighing 85 pounds. :lol:Wess said:I have no doubt that a Hyabusa /machine/ is capable of a 9.84s 1/4 mile; I just don't think that there are more than a handful of pilots that can hit each shift point perfectly with the throttle wide open... 8)