Monday, February 28, 2011

Beautiful Honda VFR1200F Review

Honda VFR1200F
The sporty looks of new VFR will surely create charisma which will catch the heartbeat of the massive bike lovers. The new Honda VFR 1200F was already shown at the 10th anniversary of Delhi Auto Expo 2010. Where it was also getting a excellent attention from the visitors. The most awaited VFR 1200F is additionally packed with awesome features which makes it very stunning superbike in the auto market.

Honda VFR1200FThe Honda VFR 1200F has got cutting-edge massive engine with innovative and new generation technologies that is sure to become futuristic sports power plant. The new superbike is comes loaded with liquid cooled, 76 degree, SOHC, V-4, four valve per cylinder which churns a top power of 170 bhp at 10,000 rpm while produces a maximum torque of 129 Nm at 8,750 rpm. It has got a good capabilities to deliver fuel economy of around 12 kmpl in the auto market. Besides, the fuel tank capacity of this bike is comes around 18.5ltr. The bike's most outstanding features is the V-4 engine, but only because the dual-clutch automatic transmission is optional.

Honda VFR1200FWe always found that the massive braking system desirable in the high-end capacity motorcycles and the all new Honda VFR 1200 F is also available with disc brakes with CBS at both the wheels. The front brake is 320mm disc brake with CBS and the rear one also of 276 mm single disc with CBS. The sound braking system of the bike will decelerate the speed of the bike even at higher speed.

Honda VFR1200FThe all new Honda VFR 1200F available with cutting-edge suspension system that is often seen in MotoGP bikes only. The front shock absorber is 43mm cartridge shocker with spring preloaded adjustability; 4.7 inches of wheel travel while the rear one is Honda Pro Arm® single-sided swingarm with single gas-charged shock generates most advanced rear suspension action; features handy remote spring preloaded adjuster, rebound damping adjustability and 5.1 inches of wheel travel. You can't notice the rear shocker from rear or side view as it is located under the seat.


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