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The new Yamaha 1000 will likely take trail riding to the next level Yamaha Sport Live Unveiling

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Standard shift with a foot pedal clutch, defiantly a drivers machine! Sure looks fun, don't think I would get my wife to go with me...



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people on the yamaha forums are pissed that it doesn't have low range and isn't a automatic and has a huge turning ratious .....it looks cool tho and should do good in the dunes and open trails

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it'll be fine for eastern trails, especially with the $800 rekluse clutch option, but a rock crawler it ain't.

I can't wait to see what Honda brings for their pure sport. I anticipate it will have the 1,000 twin with manual/auto option 6 speed from the Pioneer.
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It is difficult to estimate how quick/fast the unit may actually be but it certainly looks like its designed for ripping it up

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it better be 70 plus or it will be a joke.
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it'll be fine for eastern trails, especially with the $800 rekluse clutch option, but a rock crawler it ain't.

I can't wait to see what Honda brings for their pure sport. I anticipate it will have the 1,000 twin with manual/auto option 6 speed from the Pioneer.
low range too....even for a sport.
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I'm not sure how do able a low range is for the YZX 1000, which is basically a motorcycle trans.
The $800 rekluse clutch option is a bargain.
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I'm not sure how do able a low range is for the YZX 1000, which is basically a motorcycle trans.
The $800 rekluse clutch option is a bargain.
I would think on 20 grand bike this should be standard. Glad Honda makes their trannys right from the beginning without the need for expensive upgrade kits.

Six speed dct dual range fully automatic with paddle shifters has my vote.
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I would think on 20 grand bike this should be standard. Glad Honda makes their trannys right from the beginning without the need for expensive upgrade kits.

Six speed dct dual range fully automatic with paddle shifters has my vote.
$800 is cheap for a recluse clutch
I prefer the sequential shifter on the console
The Honda Pioneer 1000 should come with premium shocks for what it costs.
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