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Kawi has never had an issue with power, just getting it all to the ground. The new bike seems to do that (and has a look all of it's own). Honda needs a facelift. Suzuki (seemingly) has not progressed enough, seems like almost the same bike since 2005 with minor updates along the way. I can't fault the R1 as a "real world" bike. That's my take on the Jap bikes. The one you can get the best deal on is ultimately (to me) more important than anything else, even the "slowest" of the bunch has more than I need. The roads where I live now are so tight I'm thinking of selling my liter bike for a 675 powered Triumph, I will never see 180+ !!!