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post #16 of 27 Old 01-20-2016, 06:08 PM
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This thing is 10 grand cheaper then an H2... if it can make over 200rwhp with just flash and tune... imagine what it could do with a full workup... maybe 230+rwhp on motor?!? That'd be nuts.
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It's too bad it's so damn fluffy below the 8k RPM hit. I'm sure it's a beast if ride it like a 600 and keep it constantly on the boil.

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It's too bad it's so damn fluffy below the 8k RPM hit. I'm sure it's a beast if ride it like a 600 and keep it constantly on the boil.
there aint no fluffy bottom end on the gen 5 it pulls strong all the way through the rev range, I sit at about 5 grand on the highway and roll on the power every now and then and it goes no hesitation, the power is so smooth and seemless
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10R and H2 are both heavily restricted from the factory. Not sure about the Yamaha.

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10R and H2 are both heavily restricted from the factory. Not sure about the Yamaha.
H2 is still a better deal for absolute power. Those liter bike curves are shit before they become magnificent. The H2's is just magnificent all the way across.
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there aint no fluffy bottom end on the gen 5 it pulls strong all the way through the rev range, I sit at about 5 grand on the highway and roll on the power every now and then and it goes no hesitation, the power is so smooth and seemless
I'm sure it's fine rolling on but from a dig, yikes.
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have you ridden one yet or are you just guessing ???
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I haven't. I have seat time on the Gen4 and was unimpressed by absolute lack of low power, the Gen5 seems to make power in a similar fashion.
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They boast having improved low down and midrange...
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I'm sure it's awesome once you change your riding style to keep it tach'd up.
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post #27 of 27 Old 01-30-2016, 03:55 PM
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I've ridden a 14 and a 16 model and in my opinion they are chalk and cheese 16 has so much more power everywhere, it will pull strong at any revs and knock it down a gear at it takes off, better than the 15 r1 I tested
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