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Old 07-25-2010, 10:12 PM   #1
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I think it's an awesome idea, but the angle of the light on the conventional motorcycles during the turns is way overexaggerated IMO. LOL...
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Originally Posted by DrAwkwArD View Post
This is fantastic. Leave it up to BMW to destroy the top literbikes in hp AND bring adaptive headlight technology to motorcycles all in the same year.
Yeah too bad bmw got rolled on by the cbr in every track test.

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I think it's an awesome idea, but the angle of the light on the conventional motorcycles during the turns is way overexaggerated IMO. LOL...
Yea, it is nice seeing what appears to be a simple solution to a problem and in the end perhaps others will incorporate this into their bikes.
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