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    Energica 2019 models


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    Nice looking motorcycles! They look heavy though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YJP View Post
    Nice looking motorcycles! They look heavy though.
    Yeah but they sure don’t feel like it. I rode an Eva recently and I’m not sure if it’s the way the bike is balanced, the sheer, quick power, or a combination of both, but they are a joy to ride and don’t seem that heavy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by laker213 View Post
    Yeah but they sure don’t feel like it. I rode an Eva recently and I’m not sure if it’s the way the bike is balanced, the sheer, quick power, or a combination of both, but they are a joy to ride and don’t seem that heavy.
    for $30k, it better be nice to ride

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    Did they put the VRRROOM VRRROOOM sound in or do you just sneak up on people .

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigo298er View Post
    for $30k, it better be nice to ride
    I imagine like all Italian sportsbikes itís expensive when it comes to getting the valves done, top end rebuilds, belts etc

    Not to mention the fact they will charge like a wounded bull for the factory performance exhaust...


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    And all the blinker fluid that needs to be added


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    Quote Originally Posted by SudEst View Post
    I imagine like all Italian sportsbikes it’s expensive when it comes to getting the valves done, top end rebuilds, belts etc

    Not to mention the fact they will charge like a wounded bull for the factory performance exhaust...


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    ...and the high performance extension lead.
    And a valve adjustment would be expansive with Italian air in the tyres.
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    Sad face front end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SudEst View Post
    I imagine like all Italian sportsbikes it’s expensive when it comes to getting the valves done, top end rebuilds, belts etc

    Not to mention the fact they will charge like a wounded bull for the factory performance exhaust...


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    Sad that some will take this seriously too and yet a bit funny.

    People keep asking me about oil changes and other piston engine maintenance on my full plug in electric car. Some don't get it when you tell them it only has an electric motor and uses no gasoline.

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    So the specs on AF1's site don't list weight. Do we know what they weigh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAndrewG View Post
    So the specs on AF1's site don't list weight. Do we know what they weigh?

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    According to google, 258-280kg depending on which trim you get. 569-617lbs.

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    Saw them at AF1 a couple weekends ago. Very nice. Top notch fit and finish. I first saw them for behind, I thought they were new Shiver 900s. Then I realized what they were. They look good and I'm sure they go like hell!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockynv View Post
    Sad that some will take this seriously too and yet a bit funny.

    People keep asking me about oil changes and other piston engine maintenance on my full plug in electric car. Some don't get it when you tell them it only has an electric motor and uses no gasoline.
    People are dumb...
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    If I had the money, or they were imported her, I'd crawl seven miles over broken glass to stick matches in a salesman's shit to get one! A mate in Mass. has ridden one and says it's just 'Video Game' fast, fun and stupid!

    No matter how much 'We' love our ICE the fact is this is the future and the Energica product seems to be the first one with the emphasis on 'Raging Asshole' type fun! I'm over 60! I couldn't hope to do such a machine justice, but I'd love to give it a nudge!

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