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September 13th, 2016, 07:04 AM   #1
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Spyshots 2017 CBR1000RR/Fireblade

Put this here because I think it's relevant to WSBK, and what Ten Kate could achieve next season. Some spyshots came out of what is purported to be the 2017 bike.





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I am not fooling myself and thinking this is going to be an all conquering monster, but I hope it at least brings the team a bit closer to the front.

Oh and I expect to see Steeeve posting in here.
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The can is minging as usual, why can nobody design a decent looking exhaust on new bikes?
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The can is minging as usual, why can nobody design a decent looking exhaust on new bikes?
Who keeps the stock exhaust on a bike?
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Who keeps the stock exhaust on a bike?
Ha, not many but if the stocker was aesthetically pleasing perhaps no change would be necessary.
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I fear it is driven by legislation.
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Honda CBR1000RR 2017: por fincazada | Motos | Honda | Motos sport
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I fear it is driven by legislation.
EU legislation mainly.
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Does that mean the UK will get race cans at standard
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Ha, not many but if the stocker was aesthetically pleasing perhaps no change would be necessary.
If it looks great and is loud enough, I'd keep stock. But noooooo.
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