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5 hours ago, LammyTS1 said:

 

I'll just leave this here....

 

HD 750 street - 53hp - 220kg - 177kph.

Honda CB500 Twin - 57hp - 173kg - 193kph.

Suzuki RGV250 - 62hp - 128kg - 209kph.

 

 

my current ride

H2sx  200 RWHP FRON DYNO  top speed, limited to 300 kph !

 

and you were saying ?

 

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What about the many big bike riders who have been riding them for years, or even decades?. Again, an ill-thought out idea, with many questions still left unanswered. Another knee-jerk reaction to a pr

Begin with an IQ test, that would filter out quite a few. 

So lets take a look at the Yamaha MT-15, it is only a 155CC bike, yet can do 140 Km/H. Enough torque and 6 speeds to accelerate as fast as a larger bike and yet would not be considered a big bike.  Yo

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On 11/11/2020 at 1:24 PM, moose7117 said:

my current ride

H2sx  200 RWHP FRON DYNO  top speed, limited to 300 kph !

 

and you were saying ?

 


You do 300kph on Thai roads?

 

Do you get upset when little scooters overtake you on the country roads? 

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On 11/11/2020 at 9:47 AM, jackdd said:

Comparing apples with oranges?

Do at least take a bike from this millenium based on the same technology

Honda CBR250RR - 40.8hp - 168kg - 179kph


No, I’m comparing a 30 year old 250 to a current production model 750, and the little 250 is streets ahead. 

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On 11/16/2020 at 1:45 PM, LammyTS1 said:


No, I’m comparing a 30 year old 250 to a current production model 750, and the little 250 is streets ahead. 

 

On 11/16/2020 at 1:42 PM, LammyTS1 said:


You do 300kph on Thai roads?

 

Do you get upset when little scooters overtake you on the country roads? 

not at all but some people , like you, seem to live in la la land.

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