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    Senior Member cutandrun's Avatar
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    Feeding the need

    So my brother and best friend both got new bikes last week. They know I am weak and would not be able to stand up to that kind of pressure. So, bye bye to my beloved R1200RT and hello to K1600GTL Exclusive. This thing is insanely fast. I guess 6 cylinders and 160hp will do that, even to a 760 pound tourer like this! Of course, the CB stays. Not sure this BMW can split traffic

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    Do you have a willing victim for that armchair in the back?

    I can't help wondering what a lightweight, sports-tuned CBR1600 would go like }:-)

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    Nice! Go big or go home haha.

    Quote Originally Posted by BigOne-94-14 View Post
    I can't help wondering what a lightweight, sports-tuned CBR1600 would go like }:-)
    'Busa and ZX-14 killer
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    Wow that's huge - too big for my 5'8" short ar$e.

    Enjoy it mate

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    More and more I find myself eyeing sports tourers. She looks like a fantastic bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 919toCB1R View Post
    More and more I find myself eyeing sports tourers. She looks like a fantastic bike.
    I did the same, lusted after the K1600 but too expensive for what is essentially a toy, settled on an ex-dem Yamaha FJR 1300, couldn't be happier, don't miss the CB1kR one bit, the Yam is comfortable, fast, it handles pretty well for a big lass, and did I say it's fast?

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    It's a "new" 2014. It was a photo bike that was just released to my local dealer by BMW. Full (3 year) factory warranty and less than 700 miles. Got it for 33% off sticker.

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    It's stunning buddy, enjoy it.

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    Man, you have to rig something up so you can ride from that rear seat. It looks comfy as hell!
    You can have any color you want, as long as it's black.

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    Looks easy to work on. Unless you do your own maintenance.

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