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Re: New and more powerfull Africa Twin 1080 announced for 2020?
« Reply #30 on: May 19, 2019, 12:37:47 »
Should have a shaft drive on a future model...  ;D ;D ;D

My 35 year young XLV750R is about 30kg less than your CRF1000L with 70bhp (which is enough), suspension with airsupport and shaftdrive. So?  ;D
To add more weight and complexity? Maybe good for Starbucks riders...
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Re: New and more powerfull Africa Twin 1080 announced for 2020?
« Reply #31 on: May 19, 2019, 12:39:52 »
New computer rendering added in posting #1.

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Re: New and more powerfull Africa Twin 1100 announced for 2020?
« Reply #32 on: July 26, 2019, 10:18:07 »
Update added in posting #1. 👍🏼
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Re: New and more powerfull Africa Twin 1100 announced for 2020?
« Reply #33 on: July 26, 2019, 14:32:48 »
And where is the often talked about adventage concearning the weight CRF1100L to XT1200Z (Super Ténéré) ?

XT 1200 Z with Kardan, 1200 ccm and 23 litres fuel capacity is 267 kg,

AT 1100 L without DCT, with chaine, 1100 ccm and 24 litres is 262 kg.

Now they are playing in the same leaque.


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Re: New and more powerfull Africa Twin 1100 announced for 2020?
« Reply #34 on: July 26, 2019, 14:58:34 »
Wait and see when we have it beetwin our legs ... Have seen much more AT then XTZ at the Stella... 21" front wheel is a real advantage !  VCIF_ok but yes I love it's ease because of the weight...
And surely if Honda increase the displacement is to push a smaller bike under ...
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Re: New and more powerfull Africa Twin 1100 announced for 2020?
« Reply #35 on: August 05, 2019, 18:55:35 »
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Re: New and more powerfull Africa Twin 1100 announced for 2020?
« Reply #36 on: August 05, 2019, 23:19:37 »
The advantage, Rainer? Well, not that difficult... Its a Honda.

Funny that you seems to know the weight of a yet to be introduced bike for which only is known that engine capacity and feul capacity increases.

And even Yamaha riders keep hanging around on a HONDA forum and a HONDA community... which make sence... After all, you meet the nicest people on a HONDA!  VCIF_salut
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Re: New and more powerfull Africa Twin 1100 announced for 2020?
« Reply #37 on: August 06, 2019, 00:27:02 »
And where is the often talked about adventage concearning the weight CRF1100L to XT1200Z (Super Ténéré) ?

XT 1200 Z with Kardan, 1200 ccm and 23 litres fuel capacity is 267 kg,

AT 1100 L without DCT, with chaine, 1100 ccm and 24 litres is 262 kg.

Now they are playing in the same leaque.

The advantage, Rainer? Well, not that difficult... Its a Honda.

Funny that you seems to know the weight of a yet to be introduced bike for which only is known that engine capacity and feul capacity increases.

And even Yamaha riders keep hanging around on a HONDA forum and a HONDA community... which make sence... After all, you meet the nicest people on a HONDA!  VCIF_salut

Bernard, weight is annouced in the link you give as 524.7 pounds (237,6 kg) ...  VCIF_salut
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Re: New and more powerfull Africa Twin 1100 announced for 2020?
« Reply #38 on: August 13, 2019, 09:52:46 »
Honda are funny guys, they say lighter, yes it is but really almost 238Kg, basically my now 230Kg bike with 5L canister still is lighter by a few hairs !

BTW Honda XLV750R is 189 Kg but dry, it's 220Kg wet and makes 61 hp not 70, but I like it's looks these were the times !

I'll be more interested by a 800cc that's more around 200Kg, because after now 32'000Km and again going to Croatia soon, I'm a bit fed up when suddenly there's a slight ditch in the ground or downslope and I need to use all my body weight and force to haul the AT out of parking spots... last time with 40 Kg packed on it, honestly I allready feel old  :-[ !

Ahhh and cruise control Honda !!!
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