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Old 09-08-2009, 07:46 AM   #1
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Honda Announces the New Dual Clutch Transmission for Use in Large-displacement Sport

http://http://www.world.honda.com/ne...-Transmission/

If you are on facebook, you should also be able to see the vid for it:

http://http://www.facebook.com/video...d=137349535960
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Smooth, good for a sport tourer maybe?


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Kind of a waste but they had to make it since Riddler has used CVT transmissions for the last couple of years... that by far is a far better design then an automatic transmission for a bike. They run a 750 but it pulls however you like since the gear ratio is endless between the set gearing.
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Thanks guys for fixing the links, it was just a little too early for me...
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Thanks guys for fixing the links, it was just a little too early for me...
its okk you just had an extra http:// at the beginning
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Smooth, good for a sport tourer maybe?
It appears that the first bike this is supposed to be on is the new VFR.
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