QUOTE:"The class requires engines must be normally aspirated - no turbos, superchargers or nitrous – and must displace no more than 1800cc. And the Vee angle of the Twins must be less than 90 degrees, so you'll have to leave your Ducati at home. The cylinder bore may be increased over stock, but it can't be stroked. All bikes must use stock head castings, cylinder castings and crankcases."BAMmono12r said:wonder what the mighty ZX12R would do with that much money dumped into it... :lol:
My friend has a V-Max and I get to ride it often... (because he cries like a baby if I don't let him ride the 12 :lol: ) IMHO... I really don't consider the V-Max a real cruiser. To me, the V-Max doesn't know what it wants to be! It has a lot of power, get-up and go... BUT once you have a 12R... everything else is just plain slow! It's not really 'big' and massive enuff to feel like a cruiser... But once you have a Roadstar... everything else is just plain small! I love my 12 & my Roadie.OutsiderZX12R said:If I had to buy a NEW cruiser, it would be a VMax. Used cruiser, I would look for a nice V65 Magna.