Announcement: New 7th Gen Forum

Discussion in '7th Generation 2010-Present' started by derstuka, Jul 27, 2009.

  1. derstuka

    derstuka Lord of the Wankers Staff Member

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    Yes, all of you conspiracy theorists should be very excited! Just like how we know Elvis is still alive, Bigfoot does exist and is indeed a relative of Robin Williams, and Britney Spears is actually a man! Just us select few know better that the 7th gen is alive and kickin'! Don't let the man get you down!

    COME ONE, COME ALL, AND POST ALL OF YOUR 7TH GEN RUMORS, BELIEFS, SIGHTINGS, ETC, ETC....IN THE NEW "SEVENTH GENERATION" FORUM!

    Remember...THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE!

    :crazy:
     
  2. 02 VFR Rider

    02 VFR Rider New Member

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    just had lunch w/ bigfoot today as a matter of fact.
     
  3. Scubalong

    Scubalong Official Greeter?

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    Are you okay Boss..........................
    Some one must have brain wash him.
    He had been gone for while and not the same as his return.
    I think he got kidnap and rape by the Alien or the Midgets
     
  4. derstuka

    derstuka Lord of the Wankers Staff Member

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    To all of the non-believers out there...

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  5. WhiteKnight

    WhiteKnight Well-Known Member

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    I am waiting to find out the $$$ of the mystical 7th Gen.
     
  6. VFR1200

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    I just want to know if its going to come to North America. Why is all the hype and web stuff all being kept in Europe.
     
  7. xeipher

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    You guys are lame!!! I have been beta testing :ninja: the 7th Gen since June this year. Freaking, moto paparazzi cant get their shots right. :thumbsup:
     
  8. SLOVFR

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    7th Gens SUCK A$$, even more than the 6th and 5th ones....never thought Id live to see the day.
     
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    If it actualy comes to the USA I wander who the first VFRW member to own one is. MMMMM.... We should start a pool :)
     
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    You need a haircut Stuka. :biggrin:
    And wear a helmet!!!
    You should know better.
     
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    The question is who on here would buy one from what they have seen so far. I need a new bike for next season so I will either buy the VFR1200 (if it comes this way) or the BMW K1300S.
     
  12. Echo3Niner

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    If it's competative with the Concours 14, I will buy one. If the Connie is still better (than the BMW too IMO), then I'll get the Connie.
     
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    The BMW is a great bike, but when optioned out the Honda will be cheaper and nothing beats the reliability of a Honda. Also much easier to get service if needed for the Honda finding BMW service is not as easy, especially when travelling.
     
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    i'm hearing from my dealer that it is going to sell for 16k.
     
  15. Greg_rc46_France

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    Does anyone know what will be the type of this VFR?

    After the NC, the PC, the RC and the SC for all V4 honda models??

    will it be a SC 36 :crazy:
     
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    So I'm sitting with a dealer today discussing the (overpriced) 1200. I figured I could finagle a good deal. He thinks he can maybe knock $2K off list price, but with the bags, it's still gonna be nearly $18K otd. That's pretty steep, I don't even think it had the automatic. What I'm waiting for is the touring model, since I think the lower pegs will be easier on my knees (that's right sonny) Then he looks up the financing - 7.5% for my excellent (780) credit score. What the heck is Honda doing to these guys? All the dealers in South Florida have bikes languishing on their showroom floors. Hey I'd take one for a good deal.

    In fact I really like the front end on the current bike -reminds me of a PRR GG1 when I used to have model trains. (The rumor mill shows pics of the 1200T with a completely redesigned front end.) The killer for me was when he looked up next year's pricing and noticed that this bike is not even offered as a 2011! One off? Overpriced? WTH is up with all this baloney?
     
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    price

    I paid $13800 OTD for a brand new 2010 VFR1200F. PM me...
     
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    The 1200 rocks
     
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    I am looking at the 2010 vfr. What do you think , DCT or manuel. I like shifting and I am concerned about long term reliability as well as finding a dealer that is familiar with the DCT if I ever have a problem with it. This will most likely be a long term tbike.
     
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    Follow our threads under surging/stumbling, phenomenal bike, but!!!!!!
     
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