Model of the "European 1st Division" babes

Discussion in 'Europe' started by CitrusSinensis, Jan 27, 2008.

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Which are the models of the "European 1st Division" babes, and how many are they?

  1. VFR 400

    2.3%
  2. VFR 750F / RC24 (1986-87)

    11.6%
  3. VFR 750F / RC24II (1988-89)

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  4. VFR 750F / RC36 (1990-93)

    14.0%
  5. VFR 750F / RC36II (1994-97)

    7.0%
  6. VFR 800FI / RC46A (1998-99)

    16.3%
  7. VFR 800FI / RC46D (2000-01)

    14.0%
  8. VFR 800VTEC (2002-08)

    34.9%
  1. CitrusSinensis

    CitrusSinensis New Member

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    Let's try to find which models and how many of each there are around here...
     
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    Well if you go to the 6th Gen Militia Roll Call thread you will see that there are at least 47 2002 and up VTEC's in this house! :biggrin:
     
  3. CitrusSinensis

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    :smile:

    I hope I will not be misunderstood...

    When I launched this Poll, It was intended to the european contingent only.

    I had already voted on the similar VFRWorld (all world) Poll.

    :biggrin:
     
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    Oh Man, I hope you didn't think I was slamming you! I wasn't trying to do that at all! :redface:

    I think it's cool that you at least are trying something new to get a different thread going. I am really interested to see how many people respond to the thread for the other Gens. It's a neat idea! :biggrin:

    Let's wait and see what you come up with here, it'll be fun!
     
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    Rc 36 1992 :love:
     
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    Talking about V-Fours, Ive got a RC24, VFR750 86 and a NC13, a VF400F guess 84 M.Y.
     
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    yeah really neat:rolleyes: lol wasn't trying to slam you.:tongue: bet thats first time he said that:madgrin:
     
  9. Marley Davidson

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    I've casted my vote, I'm the proud owner of a beautifull red RC36II, the best VFR ever made (some say the last!) in my opinion, of corse.
     
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    I've voted - have a shiny red/silver Honda 50th anniversary model RC46A (1999)
     
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    I saw the word "model" and went a different direction completely. Must have been the bike washing thread...
     
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    Voted - 2003 VFR800 VTEC ABS.

    And my 1/2 VFR - 1989 fully-faired NTV600 Revere. Boring? Grounding the hero bolts on a Revere is not boring :smile:
     
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