Without traction control and down on power, can the 2012 Honda CBR1000RR still compete?
There are 1 comment on the Hell For Leather story from Dec 16, 2011, titled Without traction control and down on power, can the 2012 Honda CBR1000RR still compete?. In it, Hell For Leather reports that:
It's easy to feel a bit sorry for liter bikes as 2011 slowly becomes 2012. They've reached some sort of pinnacle - without exception the entire class is now so impossibly fast that the bikes have become distinguished not by power or handling, but by the efficacy of electronic rider aids.
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#1 Dec 17, 2011
They suck even 05 cbr1000rr had to spend small fortune to get rid if HESD!! POS!! OTHERWISE AMAZING BIKE BUT LET US DECIDE THE CONTROL BIKE ISNT SMART ENOUGH!!!
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