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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-27-2012, 08:12 PM Thread Starter
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V4's?

Everbody should have at least two. My next one will be a VF1000R.

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Good to see you again gordon how is the family?





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Its all good, Mark and the family is doing well.

Thanks for asking.
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Honda!! make a sport oriented V4 already. I loved my 86 VFR, but I just can't quit thinking about the feel of that v4 on a modern day chasis and electronics system. Buy=instantly
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Honda!! make a sport oriented V4 already. I loved my 86 VFR, but I just can't quit thinking about the feel of that v4 on a modern day chasis and electronics system. Buy=instantly
In a heart beat...I have an '86 VFR and would love to put another modern chassis V4 beside it, preferably a Honda.
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Its all good, Mark and the family is doing well.

Thanks for asking.
Good to see you doing well and still kicking

How is the 30?





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Everbody should have at least two. My next one will be a VF1000R.

The RC30:
The NC30:
Agree! I have two NC35's (RVF400's) Next one...not 100% sure yet.

I have a V8 which is divided in two V4's
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