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Thread: HD Superlow or Iron883 or Triumph Street Triple 675 - PLEASE HELP!

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    Default Re: HD Superlow or Iron883 or Triumph Street Triple 675 - PLEASE HELP!

    Bikes in my list of choice:
    1. HD Superlow 883
    2. HD Iron 883
    3. Triumph Street Triple 675 and may be
    4. The Daytona 675

    Or should i settle for Hyosung Aquila Pro and or the GT650R

    And yes i don't like the Bonneville.

    Budget: 8 to 12L

    I cant sleep guys, if you know what i mean. I need to make a choice and move on. SO PLEASE help!.[/QUOTE]




    hi brother,


    With your budget, you can buy DUCATI Monster 796. With 803 cc and 85 bhp, she is an amazing machine. She can be used for commuting, track use or weekend fun. She will give you performance as well as big bike feel together, and OH BOY! Do they look good ?

    DUCATIS
    are like Katrina kaif of the biking world. They never look bad with anyone. They always look beautiful.

    Still, if you are confused, take the test ride of each bike and listen to your guts.


    Cheers......

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    Default Re: HD Superlow or Iron883 or Triumph Street Triple 675 - PLEASE HELP!

    @ the TS .. did you decide anything mate?

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    Default Re: HD Superlow or Iron883 or Triumph Street Triple 675 - PLEASE HELP!

    Have you considered Bonneville?

    You can also have an all rounder like 650F.
    You Were Born Original, Don't Die A Copy.

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    Default Re: HD Superlow or Iron883 or Triumph Street Triple 675 - PLEASE HELP!

    Quote Originally Posted by kevinlane View Post
    Have you considered Bonneville?

    You can also have an all rounder like 650F.
    Mate, the more I ride my Red Rose ie. Street Triple, the more I am liking it! It's sweet sounding, really light footed to handle any bumper to bumper traffic and acceleration rocks even with 80 bhp stock condition..It is really quick even while riding just up to 7000 RPM (actual range is 13000 RPM - if one uses that, it will simply go crazy and will take hell lot of effort to control it).

    I think I have taken a right decision...I had almost decided for Kawasaki Z800 due to attraction of its 113 ps power...But now I feel like it might have been overwhelming for my riding capacity!! If street triple is so crazy with 80 bhp, Z800 is absolutely insane...

    Bonus is that Red Rose is rather comfortable in day to day riding....

    I think you should decide between these two only...Unless you are crazy about faired bikes - in that case CBR 650 also has a strong case.

    Kawasaki Ninja 650 doesn't have ABS, DSK benelli 600i doesn't have ABS, Triumph Bonnie doesn't have ABS either...So surely ruling them out..Boss, ABS is definitely needed - we are certainly not as good as Rossi or any other Indian racers who race even on R15 on racing circuits...Let's not fool ourselves...I mean I am indeed good - better than quite a few people who ride similar bikes but not so good that I don't need ABS at all!!
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    Default Re: HD Superlow or Iron883 or Triumph Street Triple 675 - PLEASE HELP!

    Quote Originally Posted by dustom_99 View Post
    Well , for a start 883s are not out and out cruisers , handle pretty well and last a life time.
    Have very good reliability of cycle parts and engine .
    Tons of upgrade options that will keep you interested .
    Not too expensive to maintain if you do it outside the official dealership - parts are available all over internet and turn out cheaper than dealership even after shipping and duties)

    In fact it's best to score a low mileage 883( Superlow preferred for 4/4.5) - spend 1.5/2lc on it)
    you get the bling and the xing in that money.
    Give most of the superbikes below 10 a run for their money and still remain that happy HD

    Z800 is another good option.

    In what way?

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    Default Re: HD Superlow or Iron883 or Triumph Street Triple 675 - PLEASE HELP!

    the TS hasn't logged on to xBHP for the last 8 months.

    honestly... i have no idea why these threads get approved in the first place.

    Colgate Plax or Listerine Original? I also like Dove shampoo. please help me decide. I have 500-800 rupees to spend.

    how in the world would the TS really be helped with 3 pages of opinions on choosing from a lot of bikes that are so different in character?

    @TS: if you've you ever log on here again... since you've got 8-12 lac... buy yourself a used ZX14R.
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    Default Re: HD Superlow or Iron883 or Triumph Street Triple 675 - PLEASE HELP!

    Quote Originally Posted by HyperRetard View Post
    In what way?
    In whatever way you want!


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    Default Re: HD Superlow or Iron883 or Triumph Street Triple 675 - PLEASE HELP!

    Quote Originally Posted by dustom_99 View Post
    In whatever way you want!

    0-100?
    handling?
    cost of ownership?
    top speed?
    Power?

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    Default Re: HD Superlow or Iron883 or Triumph Street Triple 675 - PLEASE HELP!

    Quote Originally Posted by HyperRetard View Post
    0-100?
    handling?
    cost of ownership?
    top speed?
    Power?
    Quote a few numbers if you will!

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