Hmm... I don't know when the last time you checked out a CBR600RR... the first models of that were in '03 and the X1/X2 headlights look NOTHING like the RR's... I think the 380x does a good job resembling the RR as well as the R1. i'm not quite a fan of the X1/X2 headlights.Pharohx said:Well depends if you want a bike that looks like a real bike or not.
X-1/X-2's Are a redux of a Honda CBR 600 RR. Therefore if you would like to do a scale version of that bike the X-2 will suit you best. The Infero Kinda has a R-1 look but its a stretch.
It mattered to me, may not mean squat to you.... GL with the new bike!
cak2003 said:i bought a bike from autozone its a cat eye bike just like many of the others but i have a chain drive tranny with two chains i want to convert to cvt because it looks like you can do alot more with cvt than chain, i hate the dual chain setup its way to doggy and it dont reacha high speed i clocked mine at 25 and that was like half past wound out and i modified the coarb to open a tad bit more, idk is a cvt way better than the dual chain i hear lots of stuff ?
R1 sells them along with the other mid/super bikes. He said that the Inferno doesn't have a CVT and as you said, has a gear reduction box. He also stated that his stock inferno beats his modded x2.Hotscoots said:Could someone clear up the 380x cvt question. I read it does use a CVT and I read it does not . On another thread , someone said it uses a reduction gear box instead. Which is it?
yep the inferno doesn't have cvt and yes it beats my x2 hands down.KennyK said:R1 sells them along with the other mid/super bikes. He said that the Inferno doesn't have a CVT and as you said, has a gear reduction box. He also stated that his stock inferno beats his modded x2.