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Old 10-22-2015, 04:29 AM   #1
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Revised NC750X teased

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Revised NC750X teased

HONDA will launch its facelifted NC750X at the Tokyo Motor Show next week with a new look and a few technical tweaks.

The changes include LED lights front and rear, a 70mm taller screen, a new lightweight silencer, increased luggage space – up from 21 litres to 22 litres – and a reprogrammed DCT transmission with three ‘S-Mode’ levels.

For European and Japanese versions, the NC also gains revised suspension with ‘dual-bending valves’ in the forks to ‘optimise linear compression and decompression damping characteristics’ plus the addition of preload adjustment at the back.
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