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This is one cool bike.
It is tall and narrow like a dirt bike
Has more than 7" of suspension
Husqvarna started with the Rotax 800 inline twin from BMW
They modified the bore and stroke. Increased the valve size.
Installed a crank that gives the bike a 45 deg firing order.
It produces 110 HP
It has an amazzzzzzzzing sound.......

Remember this is a inline twin...... 900cc

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Nice throttle blipping too


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Can't believe I just watched the whole thing. I've watched other UK riders videos and some are just as impressive in regards to their riding abilities. Greece too. Their graduated license system and the amount of practice they get has a lot to do with it. I have to imagine riders from the southern US where there is a lengthy riding season can be comparable if they have grown up in the city on a comparable style of bike.
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Can't believe I just watched the whole thing. I've watched other UK riders videos and some are just as impressive in regards to their riding abilities. Greece too. Their graduated license system and the amount of practice they get has a lot to do with it. I have to imagine riders from the southern US where there is a lengthy riding season can be comparable if they have grown up in the city on a comparable style of bike.
I haven't seen any California guys quite that aggressive in traffic.
Can you imagine doing that here. If you even get close they try and take you out or call the cops.

That would be one cool bike if you lived in Europe. Not much fun here though.

what did you think of the sound from the motor ?

I like that guys vids I watch a lot of them.

Hows the weather in BC ????


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Nice lane splitting. I do that on the drz but not the ultra.


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Nice lane splitting. I do that on the drz but not the ultra.


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They call it filtering as in filtering through traffic.
Are you in Calafornia ?
You dont get that agressive do you ????


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That Bike sounds great. The scenery was awesome too.
But there were a few spots that I didn't think He was going to squeeze thru.
Incredible driving, It sucks being a cager there.

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They call it filtering as in filtering through traffic.
Are you in Calafornia ?
You dont get that agressive do you ????
Yes some of us do. Most don't filter at all to scared. By my self I will on the ultra but not with wife on back, now on my Zx I will do it at 80 with no passenger no problem. Back when I got my first go pro testing it a chp lit me up, I ran on the yellow line passing everything when we hit 160 the chp gave up. And no I won't do that again I will take the ticket.

I am older now and learned my life is worth more than the fine for speeding.


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