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post #1 of 32 Old 10-04-2016, 05:59 AM Thread Starter
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Spoked wheel 1000cc vstrom at Intermot.

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post #2 of 32 Old 10-04-2016, 06:30 AM
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Still got that damn suitcase of an exhaust. Why do they have to try and 'out ugly' one another

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Yea I just seen it too. It seems like the only difference is the color scheme and wait for it...wire wheels. Way to go Suzuki.


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I'll be purchasing the hubs and I'll have a local shop lace me up some black wheels. Im sure fitting them to my 2014 won't be a problem.
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Yea I just seen it too. It seems like the only difference is the color scheme and wait for it...wire wheels. Way to go Suzuki.


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They did more than that, but no there is still not cruise control or shaft drive yet.

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They did more than that, but no there is still not cruise control or shaft drive yet.


It's definitely something not worth trading in a bike for. There's some new GSXR 750 I seen introduced. That's tempting. The V2 is staying, the DRZ gotta go!


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Suzuki easy start system? You mean that my 04 with a push of a button motor start isn't easy enough?
What am I missing here?
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They did more than that, but no there is still not cruise control or shaft drive yet.
Ugh, no shaft please!! There's enough bikes out there with a heavy, inefficient, unadjustable, suspension-compromising final drive!!
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Suzuki easy start system? You mean that my 04 with a push of a button motor start isn't easy enough?
What am I missing here?
Was reading the details and "Easy Start" let's it start if the bike is neutral without pulling in the clutch.

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