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I'm a bit confused as to why repsol Honda would make a flagship model that doesn't bare the repsol name ? If your a top end spending customer surely your going to buy this instead of the repsol model which seems to me to contradict the whole point!

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"Hey Guys, I've got a plan to use up all the left over black frames.

288cc, everything else 'new' is a bolt-on. Call it a limited edition RR model

Now let's get on with the all new from the ground up 2018 model."

Hgas- "Repsol" tag Is what we customers continue to call the bike. Officially they changed flagship model name to Race Replicas -RR- more tha a model year ago.

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I think youre average jo has got a 4rt if he wants one. Even with the extra pwer im not sure I would want one, its more of a marmite bike than any other?

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I think youre average jo has got a 4rt if he wants one. Even with the extra pwer im not sure I would want one, its more of a marmite bike than any other?

Thanks Nigel , I just got educated on what marmite is ... Love it or hate it ...

 (I didn't understand your reference before I looked it up :))

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There seems to be two threads running on the Cota RR and I've posted my thoughts on the other one.

However, according to the factory press release the RR stands for "Race Ready". The Repsol model is still being referred to as the "Race Replica".

Chris.

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