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Honda 1200V4 Crosstourer


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From what i gather, the XT fuel consumption will be around: manual gear = 16,1 km/lt , DCT in D mode = 16,7 km/lt

So, 16km/lt x 17 lt = 272 reserve , 16 km/lt x 21,5 = 344 km total autonomy.

 

Panniers fixed using 03 points which integrated to the bike. No unsightly metal brackets....

 

base on what average speed?

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This CT1200 weight 270kg? That's more heavy then a XT1200(261kg) or GS1200(255kg).

 

Kerb weight is 275kg, 127hp, 93ft.lbs torque. Power to weight ratio, it will be a sweet ride.

 

Just look at the Fatgerl(Varadero) whilst on the move all those numbers dont matter. Its very responsive. I bet the XTourer to be on par, if not better than its predecessor. But all in all, its still yet to be proven.

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This CT1200 weight 270kg? That's more heavy then a XT1200(261kg) or GS1200(255kg).
Kerb weight is 275kg, 127hp, 93ft.lbs torque. Power to weight ratio, it will be a sweet ride.

 

Just look at the Fatgerl(Varadero) whilst on the move all those numbers dont matter. Its very responsive. I bet the XTourer to be on par, if not better than its predecessor. But all in all, its still yet to be proven.

 

Exactly!

Another example is the VFR1200.

http://i152.photobucket.com/albums/s189/muddyxr/pic-billboard.jpg
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never wanted to belittle or discredit any model or what so ever for the below. just pure data from internet and some math sum.

 

BMW R1200GSA

PWR : 110hp ( 81kw) @7750rpm

Torque : 120nm @6000rpm

Weight : 256kg

Power-weight ratio : 0.429hp/1kg

http://www.bmwmotorrad.com.sg/newmotorcycles/enduro/r1200gsa/r1200gsa_data.html

 

Yamaha Super Tenere XT1200

PWR : 110hp ( 80.9kw) @7250rpm

Torque : 114.1nm @6000rpm

Weight : 261kg

Power-weight ratio : 0.421hp/1kg

http://www.yamaha-motor.eu/eu/products/motorcycles/adventure/xt1200z-super-tenere.aspx?view=techspecs

 

Honda CrossTourer

PWR : 127hp ( 95kw) @7750rpm

Torque : 126nm @6500rpm

Weight : 275kg

Power-weight ratio : 0.461hp/1kg

http://www.mcnews.com.au/2012_Bikes/Honda/CrossTourer/Honda_CrossTourer_Intro.htm

 

From the above direct compare....one can see that the New crosstourer has the highest HP vs weight. however do note that it torque that push the bike forward hence on a straight pickup, the High torque will come later then the GSA or Super Tenere but can say the Super Tenere will be left behind with it weaker 114Nm torque while the GSA 120Nm will have a close fight with the 126Nm Crosstourer.

 

whats left is the "price" of ownership for this beauty....GSA range of $48k? or Super Tenere of S$33k?:thumb:

http://img841.imageshack.us/img841/7007/sbfs101.jpg

 

RIDE it while u can.....NOT when u want !.

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