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 Yamaha brings back an ICON! SR400! coming to the USA 
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Post Re: Yamaha brings back an ICON! SR400! coming to the USA
needs to be down priced to rebel range

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Post Re: Yamaha brings back an ICON! SR400! coming to the USA
I have a 440 cc Kawasaki...1980. I think these bikes are underestimated in terms of function and fun. I think that new yamaha may be overpriced but I don't think its too small. You can find a great project bike on craigslist, usually for around a 1000 and then go to town on it. My Kaw may not be as exciting as an R6 but she'll still zip around all day long and I can monkey with it all I want.

Maybe the scooter is a gateway drug? :2bong:


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Post Re: Yamaha brings back an ICON! SR400! coming to the USA
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Pulled for subpar performance......for the 6g sticker price you could go pick up a 600 that will crush that relic with it's eyes closed Baignoire à porte. There bringing back SCRAP METAL. Nobody will buy em. It will turn out to be a two year production run with catastrophic failure written across it. At least here in the US. It might do well in Asia where everyone is 110 lbs soaking wet.

But these products that everyone does not like can also be cool on a yamaha type scooter. Besides, I'd like to try.


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