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post #1 of 3 Old 05-02-2014, 06:10 PM Thread Starter
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Everything Old is New?

At least thats how Yamaha is promoting their SR400. I think its a cool looking concept, true retro style, modern components. Especially with cafe and bobber culture being some prominent now a days. 400cc air cooled thumper... $6K

2015 Yamaha SR400 Specifications, specs

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Nice, love the retro styling, but 6 grand seems a little steep. I've got a Suzuki Boulevard S40 (650 Savage) and the msrp on it is 5699. It is a sweet bike, lots of torque and power. A lot of guys do Bobber and Chopper conversions on it.

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I really like the neo-retro trend. Harley fits very well into the trend too since most of their bikes look classic anyway. I like the retro bikes a heck of a lot better than the modern sports bike that are out now. I think I'll take the fascia off of the Street 500 to get the plain round headlight.
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