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I think the HH is a very unique motorcycle, especially function wise.

MO, i am kinda dissappointed that you are just now bringing this bike to light. I read about it in MotorCyclist in the March 2001 issue that i recieved like 3 weeks ago. Ya'll most operate under some kind of gag that restricts you from disclosing stories/bikes until it is first available in paper.

Anyway; the bike.

1493cc 90 degree v twin

102 hp, 101 ft-lbs

roughly $20,000 in US

528 lbs dry

dual 320 mm brakes w/ 4 piston calipers

17 inch rims w/D207's

51 mm forks, Paoli monoshock rear

The specs are very close to say, a Confederate Hellcat. I wish this genre of cruisers that can handle became more popular, and i wish the Japanese would make one. Say, a TL1000 motor in an aluminum monocoque cruiser chassis with sportbike suspension and laid back riding postion. A bike you can kick back on when you want to, or mix it up in the canyons. The closest thing to this right now is probably the Bandits. Well, the confederates and the Phantom are exactly it, but i dont have 15 to 20 thousand to shell out for it.
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