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Old 08-30-2020, 12:35 AM   #21
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Watched a couple of reviews which popped on my yt account this morning. As expected, it's an absolute screamer. Nothing until your well into the upper range. And sounds like the front-end is the business too.

I'd love to take one on track, especially something open and flowing. But couldn't imagine anything worse on the streets.
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Old 08-30-2020, 12:38 AM   #22
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I thought I'd be gone all the time, but the wife has a short leash on this ol' dog. The Dukes are awesome! I considered getting one, but then the FZ10 started looking just as badass to me.
Both good bikes. I had a FZ on loan a couple of times when getting bikes serviced. I'd take the SD in heartbeat though. I really don't think there's anything like that bike around. But everyone's got their own tastes.
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Old 08-30-2020, 01:25 AM   #23
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Watched a couple of reviews which popped on my yt account this morning. As expected, it's an absolute screamer. Nothing until your well into the upper range. And sounds like the front-end is the business too.

I'd love to take one on track, especially something open and flowing. But couldn't imagine anything worse on the streets.
Dont crush my dreams lol
Im sure it canít be any worse on the streets than any other liter bike made to go fast.

Imagine a zx10r with 30 more HP dipped in mystical Honda unicorn ultra reliability sauce
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The new Aprilia 660 is a head turner, Cycle world loves it...see latest issue. I am also looking at a new Ducati Monster 1200 S as a possible next bike.
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