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    Husqvarna Vitpilen 125...

    http://lanesplitter.jalopnik.com/the-husqvarna-vitpilen-125-may-be-the-closest-thing-to-1744290346

    This things cute!!

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    So very cool!
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    I kept expecting this to be a dyslexic spelling of Pit villlain. Kinda surprised it's only a 125cc.

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    In principle – I like it – compact and un-fussy

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    Looks like it could do with “toughening up” for the trail – difficult to tell unless you’re standing next to it.

    Nice find – I’ll keep an eye on it …………………..
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    Would definitely rock the 401 version.

    My only concern is that tank frame/rack thing on the front. It looks like it's just waiting to decapitate a testicle as soon as you aren't looking...
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    Quote Originally Posted by methamphetasaur View Post
    Would definitely rock the 401 version.

    My only concern is that tank frame/rack thing on the front. It looks like it's just waiting to decapitate a testicle as soon as you aren't looking...
    Also, I don't really get what's going on with the back end, behind the seat...

    Other than that, I think this model looks pretty cool and has a place. Still leery of the 390 motor though: don't really trust it too much. Perhaps this is the closest thing we'll get to a 390 Adventure...?
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    This is what I'm really interested, from that article: "Kawasaki just declared they have 12 bikes coming over the next two years."

    If this is true, then it's a virtual guarantee that at least one of those will be a dual sport. EFI'd KLX 350, anyone (with a cam chain tensioner that actually works)!? Haha, you never know...it's nice to dream.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kj7687 View Post
    Also, I don't really get what's going on with the back end, behind the seat...
    What do you mean? The tiny rack? I think it's probably there more for aesthetic reasons than practical ones.

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