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Discussion in 'Ridiculous streetbikes with 6 CPUs and too much HP' started by goodcat8, Apr 23, 2012.
1190 Adv R
9X0 Adv R.I.P.
Oh no ...
Cheers for the wallpaper!
I like my 950 Adv even more...
Oh, that's a sexy beast!
Good job KTM!!!
i like it!
sturdy crash bars attached to the frame..
adjustable handlerbar? no more molded triple clamp... easier for a scotts?
looks like tubeless wheel?
single fill tank
urine sample front MC? :huh
My 990 is going up for sale lol
Looks like it has ABS, Radial Master cylinder........
On the german photo a different seat too...
Tires are Conti street attack, w tubes (I Think)
Im guessing 18k range...
I want one:)
Does anybody know for sure what the wheel sizes will be? Front and rear? The base 19/17? And the R 21/18? Just curious because in my experience find a DS rear in a 17 inch that I like and that will hold up on that bike is going to be next to impossible. I know we will all know in a few, but ....just wondering. That bike could make me think orange.
Nice STREET bike.....no thanks.
Looks like ....
First two pics (standard mod) 17 and 19 w tubes
Last Pic (R mod) 18 and 21
just noticed different windscreen on the R too
That's a 19" front in FuSoYa's pic. Jim, that's what it looks like to me, too before FuSoYa's pic.
Guys. Those wheels say tubeless. And those are Conti Trail Attack tubeless tires.
you are right! Tubeless they are!
Tubeless is more better for me.
Here's Continental's Trail Attack site.
Uninspired. Homogenous. Heritage-less. Cliche contemporary.
Starbux Ready. Indeed.
Will someone please explain to me why this is not better (in every way) than the outgoing 990? I see a lot of hate in this thread and I don't get it. All I see is improvement.
How about 503 lbs to start?
Improvement if you want a street bike.
A big step int he wrong direction if you want a big touring offroad bike.