How Fast is a 2006 vfr 800?

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  1. Baddabing

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    All you need is to powder coat those wheels white and I can guarantee that your VFR will be faster than the other colors. Trust me, I know.
     
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    its all about having the right stickers! The VFR 800 is not a speed deamon, but every time Ive had to climb steep hills, corner fast and dodge a trucker changing lanes on me its never left me hanging or indoubt of what it could do. its your choice, but if you want raw speed consider a bike that makes its sales on that alone.
     
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    How fast? Too fast!
     
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    OP fires off question five years back. I have seen "Back to the Future" sixteen times and I still can't channel Grandma even with the mach 1 91 at full tilt.
     
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    I'm so confused as to how this thread made it back to life ... oh well great read you guys crack me up
     
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    How? IMO , some guys really have a hard time getting any kind of date.
     
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    The pearl white 2006 vfr is by far the fastest v4 ever produced. Just ask any squid or stunted from LA bout white lighting...
     
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    I suppose one could get a BMW K1300S if you wanted a fast sport tourer. Or a turbocharged Busa with Helibars, or a tuna. Yeah, I got nothin. How about this weather we're having, huh? Did you see the game last night? Is JL sleeping with MM? Did Rossi get cheated? Did the 700,000+ signatures actually do anything?

    Did we really land on the moon?
     
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    The autisms are strong in this thread.
     
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    Ahahahaha!
     
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    I can say for sure that my Gen 6 will do 250kph or 155mph.

    its pretty close to stock. but I did have it fully loaded traveling around Aust, so could possible do more but I don't think you would see 280kph/175mph
     
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    Sure you could see an INDICATED 175MPH. If you put a -1/+3 sprocket kit on there lol.

    Sent from my A0001 using Tapatalk
     
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    It's a endurance sport bike- made for old men with bad backs, who can't ride a full on sport bike anymore
     
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    7 yr old thread ... winter time boredom setting in for some :biggrin-new: ...

    ACE
     
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    If you are getting that reading from your speedo, you are off by about 25 - 30 kmb over actual speed. Experience spoken.
     
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    Truth spoken
     
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    Yes, GPS readings are needed!!!
     
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    Proof could also come in the form of a ticket. One is usually sufficient.
     
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    Im guessing that the rolling diameter of the stock tire setup is set that the speedo is reading faster that what you are actually traveling.
     
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    WOW! Talk about a serious necro-bump ... winter has barely begun up here in Canuckistan! LOL!

    Go spend some mad money on your motorcycle needs and turn some wrenches in the garage folks ... it's gonna be long one apparently ... :)
     
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