First of all congratulations on your name , best on the forum.What are people's thoughts on the rumoured 800cc R2?
They will require massive re-engineering. But at this point it is not a major technical obstacle. The auto industry already knows how to build big power low-emissions engines and it's the same technology. The 2016 ZX10R is already a Euro 4 compliant bike, and the already-announced-but-not-yet-out 2017 GSXR1000 will be Euro 4 compliant.^ In another thread it was mentioned the new euro 4 emissions standard. I did some lookups and it sounds like emissions will need to be cut in half next year. How will manufacturers address this without massively re-engineering current models. IMO we have seen the bits of the answer as a SC with an CPU controlled aperture. So if you take a ZX14 motor and cut it in half you have half the emissions and less weight. Add on a smartly controlled SC and you have your power back. And this configuration could be sold to worldwide market. Maybe we can all thank the global carbon police for our SC/1000cc bike
I pm'd you about the thread "KEBC error?" pbly not but I have a theory.? where you caught looking at other bikes? Try polishing your bike and re assuring it before you go out??
Only joking, why or how did that happen? Anything I should especially look out for?