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Originally Posted by TwoWheeledWonder
How so? In the US they would not be able to license the M as they are not street legal.
This is the first time a jap bike has brought all this tech, meaning it is getting cheaper to make. Just like in the car world. The higher priced typically start the new tech and it works its way down. Just like ABS for example.
Since when is the M model not street legal?
I personally would not say the base model is cheap at $16500.. I would say it is more like if you can't beat or match your competitors contact their suppliers and buy the same parts. Or should I say the same stuff Ducati uses.
Most of you people are not capable of being your GD self, to damn worried about being politically correct.
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