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Thread: Yamaha XSR900 GP rep

  1. #16
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    So it has made it onto the Yamaha NZ website but no price given - https://www.yamaha-motor.co.nz/produ...tage/xsr900-gp

    Still like those Velocity Moto body kits. I'll have mine in yellow please.

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    A bit porky at 200 kg eh.

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    And if it's priced where rumours suggest it will be, mid to high 20's then it's becoming less and less attractive than I first hoped.

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    Yamaha should make a R9 plus a R9M with active suspension. Just keep it below 200 kg and they'd have a winner - I'd buy one.

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    Funny that the images don't show the 2024 MT-09SP brakes and suspension being used. It does sound like the full electronic rider aid system is available but again the 09SP has a couple of little extras which considering the other bits not shown, could be missing

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    Bit cheaper than feared.
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    Quote Originally Posted by onearmedbandit View Post
    Bit cheaper than feared.
    "a fee belly pan valued at $829" fuckin expensive piece of plastic, but
    it's not a bad thing till you throw a KLR into the mix.
    those cheap ass bitches can do anything with ductape.
    (PostalDave on ADVrider)

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete376403 View Post
    "a fee belly pan valued at $829" fuckin expensive piece of plastic, but
    When I was ordering some parts from overseas a few years back a friend asked me to price a rear seat cover for his Repsol Fireblade. Genuine part landed here from America was about $240. The same part through Honda NZ was $540. Makes that belly pan look cheap in comparison. But yeah still.

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    It looks like they designed the bike with a full fairing and then decided making the belly pan an accessory could bring in more $$$.

    Not as bad as KTM charging extra for electronic functions that should be standard, but the same principle.

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    Wow, they could at least have made it fit properly.
    Don't you look at my accountant.
    He's the only one I've got.

  11. #26
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    It's a good idea poorly executed.

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