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Old 17th November 2008, 22:31   #1021
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actually looks tail heavy.the design weight is too much on the tail side
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Old 17th November 2008, 23:46   #1022
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hehe thats my friend raj
that pic is in his album on facebook !!
he'll be quite amused to see his pic on the forum !!
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Old 18th November 2008, 09:50   #1023
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has it been officially launched yet...How many R$ to burn to claim ownership ) cheers:
Bookings were on from July onwards. Thats when I had booked it. So the wait has been way too long, but finally coming to an end. Well the figure is best left untold. You can surely get the price on the net. Add all the duty, shipping etc etc. Quite a bomb
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Dont know if you can count this as a superbike but none the less it is not the regular from here.
Honda CB400 belonging to my friend.
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Old 18th November 2008, 21:30   #1025
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Bookings were on from July onwards. Thats when I had booked it. So the wait has been way too long, but finally coming to an end. Well the figure is best left untold. You can surely get the price on the net. Add all the duty, shipping etc etc. Quite a bomb
WOAH MAn you booked w/o even knowing the final landing price of it ... MAN SOME MONEY >>> Insane
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Old 18th November 2008, 22:25   #1026
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Dont know if you can count this as a superbike but none the less it is not the regular from here.
Honda CB400 belonging to my friend.
does he wants to sell his cb400 what year it is
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Old 18th November 2008, 22:31   #1027
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If I am not mistaken that is a 2007 Honda CB400 Super Four Hyper Vtec. Amazing bike, slip on an Akrapovic exhaust & damn, you will have the sweetest inline 4 sound ever.
There is a Kwack ZRX400 for sale in Pune if you are interested, very well maintained, MH-01 registered, asking 3lakhs. But you have to promise to let me ride the bike once you have it. I miss my CB400. Contact Bajwa at 9921529500.

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Old 19th November 2008, 02:09   #1028
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WOAH MAn you booked w/o even knowing the final landing price of it ... MAN SOME MONEY >>> Insane
Oh man, sorry for some odd reason i got mixed up with the Vmax thread & responded here. I surely havent booked any B-king, I was talking about my 09 VMax. B-King was available since quite some time. And I dnt think any one would just book a bike without knowing the exact price. At least not me
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Dropping by Tony's is always fun. Had gone to fetch my toolkit this evening when i came across a spanking clean late 90's fireblade in MINT condition.
Red & White colour scheme, with the huge RR graphics in black. Almost stock besides a MIG exhaust. Its a pity Tony wasn't around, oresle i could have probably heard the fabulous thing come to life.
Trust me, this bike had so much more character to it than the new toys. It was huge, well kept and carried the sexiest colour scheme it ever did.

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Old 20th November 2008, 22:27   #1030
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Here is one glimpse of my super BIKE ... more of them have been posted on my other thread !
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does he wants to sell his cb400 what year it is
It is a 2007 model and not for sale. He just got it in exchange for his suzuki 600.

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If I am not mistaken that is a 2007 Honda CB400 Super Four Hyper Vtec. Amazing bike, slip on an Akrapovic exhaust & damn, you will have the sweetest inline 4 sound ever.
Yes it is. I dont think he would be changeing the exhaust, but will give him your suggestion.
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Nice shot Jonny!
Get the plastic off the seat though, you do not want to slip off in the middle of a corner and scratch your backside sore. Its a lot better to let the seat get a tender scratch instead.

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Nice shot Jonny!
Get the plastic off the seat though, you do not want to slip off in the middle of a corner and scratch your backside sore. Its a lot better to let the seat get a tender scratch instead.

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Its actually DAY2 pix... as Now i have entered into day 3rd day perhaps now i can remove them ! Yeah i will post few new pix on my thread for more visual delight with appealing backgrounds !
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He just got it in exchange for his suzuki 600.
I know of another person who gave his Suzuki Katana 600 last year for a spanking new black cb400 vtec with bronze wheels.

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Yes it is. I dont think he would be changeing the exhaust, but will give him your suggestion.[/quote]

It's just personal preference, the bike sounds good with the original exhaust too. The Akrapovic is LOUDDDD, you could hear the exhaust approx 2kms away
I used to push my bike out of the society gate, onto the street just to start it, forget riding out of the society at 5:30am on a Sunday . Me & a friend used to ride to Mahabaleshwar, Lonavla every Sunday till I sold my bike & he moved to Hyd.
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