2009 VFR 7th Gen, 5 Cylinder 1000cc?

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    2009 VFR 7th Gen, 5 Cylinder 1000cc?
    I just got back from the Honda shop and saw a picture of the new 2009 VFR that’s right no “Interceptor”. I have to say it looks more like a pointy CBR with a Gixer exhaust. No more pipes under the back seat its down low on the side. I had to say YUCK! (but it dose look cool till you get to the back of it!). It doesn’t look very comfortable at all with a very high seat. I think some of us VeFeR heads are going to dislike it but I could be wrong. I feel Honda is trying to make this a new bike like a crotch rocket and not a sport touring bike. (ST1300 will be it for the line)
    I also was told that it will be a V-Twin 5 cylinder in the 1000CC class with the fifth piston to the rear of the bike. Has anyone got any 411 on this?
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    I need to get out more!
    Some times I feel like a dumb dick!!! LOL
    Cant fix Stupid........
     
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    don't feel bad, you are just smarter than the rest of us for not going along with all the crap for the last 2 years..:) will be interesting to see what it really looks like if it does come out!...and costs!!!
     

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