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which will u choose??CBR or RVF ??  

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  1. 1. which will u choose??CBR or RVF ??



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to me both are good bikes.RVF slightly higher bhp in paper but VFR hv more.

i prefer RVF in terms of hadling due to his single swing arm and downfork although i'm riding CBR.

as for maintenance wise,i'm sure lot will agree CBR much cheaper.

 

RVF wear and tear cost quite alot :giddy:

 

but performance and handling wise i got nth to compliant :thumb:

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WOW this thread still alive??? rvf sucks dun take get a gsx 400 the most power :thumb:

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WOW this thread still alive??? rvf sucks dun take get a gsx 400 the most power :thumb:

Yeah man, it takes incredible skill for a person on an RVF to catch up with a GSXR 400 rider :p

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Agree lor haha..gsxr400 is quite old liao.. but u buy and do everything also cheaper den gettin a RvF !

 

wanted to get a gsxr 400 initially.. but save the trouble of rebuilding it again.. lazy.

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wanted to get a gsxr 400 initially.. but save the trouble of rebuilding it again.. lazy.

 

lol but somehow rvf still nicer. i really don like gsxr400 look(no offence to e rider) .

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If RVF was 1/3 of its current price in shops I'd get it :lol:

If RVF's were cheap despite being closer to being newer and a little more track-worthier, I'd say piglets would fly in the sky :faint:

 

lol but somehow rvf still nicer. i really don like gsxr400 look(no offence to e rider) .

 

Bad thing about the GSX-R400 is that there's no mounting points for sliders...haiz.

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If RVF's were cheap despite being closer to being newer and a little more track-worthier, I'd say piglets would fly in the sky :faint:

 

 

 

Bad thing about the GSX-R400 is that there's no mounting points for sliders...haiz.

 

RVF also no mountin points for sliders ma.. as in must cut fairing right ?!

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In my honest opinion,Both CBR and RVF are solid sports bike.

 

It is just like comparing Ryu and Ken in street fighters.

 

Also like comparing Sub-zero and Scorpion in mortal Kombat.

 

Taken at stock(without prior modifications or power enhancements)

 

If your choice is CBR - It is very good at its Top end.Very much FASTER then its counterpart.Ergodynamically,any bike with an inline four(or more) will run fast in proper piston stroke co-ordination.If the tuning is done right,the powerband would be uniform through out.

 

If your choice is RVF-It is competent at outrunning the former counterpart,it is QUICKER.A V-four configuration is best for higher torque output which very much explains the perk in take off.This bike also has track advantages due to its enduro style proarm.Very similar to Ducati's sportsbikes and even the NSR.

 

ALL bikes are made good for something.It is either acceleration,top end,just sheer comfort or fuel economy.Make sure you know what you want.

 

I certainly love what I have.

 

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bros after hearing you guys debate on rvf and cbr.. now comes the question.. besides these two..is it wise to get a suzuki 400?

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bros after hearing you guys debate on rvf and cbr.. now comes the question.. besides these two..is it wise to get a suzuki 400?

 

if ur willing to spend loads of cash.. its definitely worth getting.. its a real powerful bike

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if ur willing to spend loads of cash.. its definitely worth getting.. its a real powerful bike

 

how powerful ??

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