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Two types?
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Inhouse Bob Offline
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Two types?
This is an old photo and I'm not sure where is comes from (not US, for sure), but does anyone know what the Two Types refers to? I see some little differences (wheels for one) but what else?
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01-11-2016 09:23 AM
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Randy B Offline
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RE: Two types?
I believe that's only in Japan. And from what I can see the wheels look to be the same.
01-11-2016 09:33 AM
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Inhouse Bob Offline
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RE: Two types?
(01-11-2016 09:33 AM)Randy B Wrote:  I believe that's only in Japan. And from what I can see the wheels look to be the same.

You are probably right. It's hard to see the white one's wheels and I thought they looked spoked, but a second look says otherwise. Anyhow, what's the deal with "Two Types?"
01-11-2016 09:43 AM
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fruno Offline
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RE: Two types?
It's about the handle bar, I think.
"Type 2" is the lower handlebar.
See http://www.samurider.com/?p=14359/#itemImage

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01-11-2016 09:49 AM
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Inhouse Bob Offline
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RE: Two types?
(01-11-2016 09:49 AM)fruno Wrote:  It's about the handle bar, I think.
"Type 2" is the lower handlebar.
See http://www.samurider.com/?p=14359/#itemImage

greetings, fruno

Got it! Thanks Fruno.
01-11-2016 11:43 AM
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rbike Offline
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RE: Two types?
The only obvious visible difference is the fuel tank color. Type 1 is red. Type 2 appears to be white , grey, or silver.

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01-11-2016 11:51 AM
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Carguy1959 Offline
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RE: Two types?
It looks like the white one sits higher in the back than the red one...
01-11-2016 08:38 PM
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rbike Offline
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RE: Two types?
(01-11-2016 08:38 PM)Carguy1959 Wrote:  It looks like the white one sits higher in the back than the red one...

Probably just perspective camera angle - closer (white one) will look larger.

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01-12-2016 07:05 AM
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curlyjoe Offline
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RE: Two types?
I think the one on the left has ABS. Looks like it has the speed sensor on the front wheel. The photo is too fuzzy to confirm though.

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01-12-2016 09:25 AM
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Randy B Offline
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RE: Two types?
(01-12-2016 09:25 AM)curlyjoe Wrote:  I think the one on the left has ABS. Looks like it has the speed sensor on the front wheel. The photo is too fuzzy to confirm though.

I'm going to agree with you, not because of the reluctor wheel, because quite frankly I can't see if it's there or not, but because I can clearly see two brake lines coming from the right caliper and that would only be the case if the bike had ABS.
01-12-2016 01:25 PM
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