Issue: 19930101

Friday, January 1, 1993
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Articles
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0001.xml
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2,3
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Ford
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Ford
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0002.xml
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4
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Husqvarna
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Husqvarna
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0003.xml
tableOfContents
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0004.xml
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sbs
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sbs
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0005.xml
masthead
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0006.xml
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DRAG SPECIALTIES
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DRAG SPECIALTIES
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0007.xml
article
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UP FRONT
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Not for sale
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David Edwards
NOBODY REALLY NEEDS MORE THAN one motorcycle. I should know; I have eight, which at times seems about seven too many. Just keeping the things in current registration tags, charged batteries and fresh oil is a full-time job. And there always seems to be something else each one needs.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0008.xml
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Media Phpto-Graphics, Inc.
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Media Phpto-Graphics, Inc.
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0009.xml
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LEANINGS
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Camping progress
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Peter Egan A FEW WEEKS AGO, EDITOR DAVID EDwards called me and said he was flying into Milwaukee to pick up a new Heritage Softail Nostalgia testbike. The next day, he would join two old friends from Chicago, Tom Daly and Charles Davis, for a six-day trip around Lake Superior.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0010.xml
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DENNIS KIRK.
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DENNIS KIRK.
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0011.xml
article
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TDC
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Crank-cam connection
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Kevin Cameron
A FOUR-STROKE ENGINE’S CAMSHAFT is driven at one-half the crankshaft speed. This has to be so because a complete engine cycle requires two turns of the crank, or four piston strokes, while intake and exhaust valves open and close once during that time-half as often.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0012.xml
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13
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Performance Motorcycle & Accessories
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Performance Motorcycle & Accessories
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0013.xml
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14,15
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BMW
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BMW
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0014.xml
article
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LETTERS
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LETTERS
Letters to David E.
Reader Information
Cruise-off commentary
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David Edwards’ “Letter to Willie G.” (see Up Front, Cycle World, November, 1992) hit like a rock in a still pond. H-D has indeed made a miraculous recovery during the past 10 years. They have the large-displacement market segment covered, save for one class.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0015.xml
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MIKUNI
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MIKUNI
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0016.xml
review
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CW EVALUATION
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MOTO WEAR RALLY SPORT SUIT
Little red riding suit
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MOTO WEAR RALLY SPORT SUIT
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ALTERNATIVES TO TRADITIONAL LEATHER riding gear have become increasingly popular among street riders. One of the latest non-leather suits comes from Moto Wear (6885 Luther Drive, Unit C, Sacramento, CA 95823; 800/333-3155). Called the Rally Sport, this $350 Cordura/Keprotec suit is a one-piece design that provides relatively good protection from weather and road-rash.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0017.xml
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Lorillard: Newport
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Lorillard
Newport
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0018.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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CAGIVA-FERRARI CAUGHT BY SPY CAMERA
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Alan Cathcart
THE CAGIVA-FERRARI 750, a high-performance, high-end, limited-production sportbike under development at the Ducati plant in Bologna, Italy, has been as much-rumored as the Loch Ness Monster, and as elusive as that fanciful beast.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0019.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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DUCATI UPGRADES ITS 8-VALVES
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Ducati’s 851s are gone, and in their places are 888s. The company has done some juggling, and the result is that last year’s four-bike 851 line has been trimmed to three: the single-injector-percylinder 888 Strada, which in the U.S. will be known as the 888 SPO and which comes with a solo seat and high pipes; the SP5, which is basically a Strada carrying a double-injector Corsa motor; and the Corsa, the fullbore Doug Polen replica.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0020.xml
article
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20,21
ROUNDUP
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DOLLAR DOWN BIKE PRICES UP?
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Jon F. Thompson
HOEVER SAID, “WHAT goes up must come down,” obviously wasn’t talking about the prices of new motorcycles. He also wasn’t talking about the recent performance of the Japanese yen or the German deutsche mark, two currencies closely tied to motorcycle prices in the U.S.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0021.xml
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ROUNDUP
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THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME?
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Jon F. Thompson
WHILE OTHERS POSTUlate on the shape and form of future motorcycles, BMW has built an example of what it sees as the inner-city motorcycle of the future. The machine, called the C1 and displayed at the IFMA Motorcycle Show in Cologne, seems unlikely to ignite the fires of passion within the hearts of ultra-enthusiasts.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0022.xml
article
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21,22
ROUNDUP
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ETC.
SCHWARZBACH MEMORIAL FUND
ADVENTURES IN MOTORCYCLING
OUT OF SERVICE
FOR THE RECORD
AGV HEADS EAST
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Yamaha motor corporation has established a memorial scholarship in Larry Schwarzbach’s name at the Motorcycle Mechanics Institute in Phoenix, Arizona. The fund will provide one scholarship per year to the YamaPro elective program.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0023.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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OFF-ROAD DREAM MACHINE
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Ron Griewe
AVID OFF-ROAD MOTORcycle riders all seem to dream of designing their own dirtbikes. This dream isn't limited to any one nationality, and some of the dreamers actually get past the initial stages of lust to build their own versions of the ultimate dirtbike.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0024.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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MOTO GUZZI SPORT-TOURER NOW AVAILABLE
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Along-awaited sport-touring bike with an Italian flair finally will make its appearance in the US. market. The Moto Guzzi SP-3 (see Cycle World, August, 1991), a single example of which was brought to the U.S. two years ago for evaluative purposes, should be available in dealerships everywhere, except in California, by the time you read this.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0025.xml
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YAMAHA
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YAMAHA
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0026.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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25 YEARS AGO JANUARY, 1968
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Ron Griewe
A photograph of a wonderful little motorcycle from 1921, the O.K. Junior, drew attention to the January ’68 cover. The Junior was beautifully restored in maroon and black paint with gold pinstriping, and had a 248cc cylinder that resembled a stack of 45rpm records.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0027.xml
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ROUNDUP
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YAMAHA UNVEILS '93 TZ250
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Matthew Miles
AMAHA HYPES ITS TZ250 roadracer as “the world’s most successful racebike,” and the company apparently intends to maintain that status for the machine. To do so, Yamaha has developed several refinements for the 1993 TZ250E. The latest version of the liquid-cooled, 249cc, two-stroke V-Twin benefits from reshaped exhaust and scavenging ports, new combustion-chamber specifications and an updated ignition system.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0028.xml
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ROUNDUP
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THE BRITISH ARE COMING! MAYBE.
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Alan Cathcart
AMERICAN ENTHUSIATS take it as an article of faith that Triumph motorcycles are built to be sold in the U.S. The management of the reborn Triumph Motorcycles Limited hasn’t been so sure, citing not only the dismal warranty-claims record rolled up by Triumph owners during the original company’s presence in the colonies, but also the difficulties for a manufacturer represented by U.S.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0029.xml
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YAMAHA
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YAMAHA
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0030.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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UPS AND DOWNS
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UP: To four-time AMA Grand National Champion Scott Parker, for displaying the spirit of a true champion. The Michigan native won the season-ending Pomona Half-Mile, his 51 st career victory, but lost the series championship to Harley-Davidson teammate Chris Carr by two points.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0031.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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QUICK RIDE
RENNSPORT LEMANS Moto Guzzi on the go
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Mitch Boehm
WHEN TALK TURNS TO Italian sportbikes, Ducati’s lineup often dominates the discussion. After all, the Bologna-built machines are in big demand these days, and you don’t have to look any farther than World Superbike competition to see how well they stack up against Japan’s best.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0032.xml
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Dodge
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Dodge
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0033.xml
review
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28,29,30,31,32,33
CYCLE WORLD TEST
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GSX1993 SUZUKI R1100
BETTER MANNERS, SAME BANG, MORE BUCKS
SUZUKI
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SUZUKI
GSX-RHOO
$8199
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TUCKED IN AT 140 MPH, SHRIEKING DOWN Road Atlanta’s frighteningly fast back straight, you’d be hard-pressed to notice much of a difference. The sensations you expect from a Suzuki GSX-R 1100-rock-like stability and Lord-have-mercy speed-are there in force.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0034.xml
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EDITORS'NOTE
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Mitch Boehm
Is THE Suzuki’s LIQUID-COOLED GSX-R1100 better than last year’s model? Good question. Preceding big-bore GSX-Rs have covered themselves in race glory, winning sprint races and endurance contests alike. Sure, the airand-oil-cooled 750s were outgunned on the Superbike and supersport circuits, but the 1100 racebikes didn't need to be breathed on as hard and were giving a good account of themselves in battle.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0035.xml
review
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34,35,36,37,38
FEATURES
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SHOW STOPPERS!
COLOGNE KICKS OFF THE NEW YEAR
TRIUMPH
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TRIUMPH
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With the slide in the value of the pound sterling working heavily in its favor in foreign markets, Triumph responded to growing worldwide interest in its reborn line with the Tiger, an all-new model based on a rallybike theme, and the Daytona 900, a restyled supersport machine. Both use the modular 900cc Triple, but in very different states of tune. The Tiger’s engine produces a claimed 85 horsepower, and is tuned for torque and midrange power, while the Daytona’s engine is tuned to produce 100 horsepower, the maximum level that can be sold in Germany under the terms of a voluntary agreement. Markets without horsepower restrictions will get a more powerful Daytona, scheduled for release at Britain’s Birmingham Show.
TRIUMPH
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Its official designation is the Ducati M900, but its unofficial factory nickname, II Monstro, or, The Monster, is the handle that has stuck. The M900 (above) was conceived by Ducati designer Massimo Bordi as a musclebike variation of the standard-bike theme. Though it currently is powered by the 904cc V-Twin found in the Ducati 900SS, a long-stroke 972cc version of this engine may eventually find its way into II Monstro’s engine bay. While the M900 made IFMA observers pant with desire, a look at Ducati’s all-new Supe rmono (left) race bike positively made them swoon. As a result of these two bikes, the Ducati display area was the most heavily attended of any manufacturer present at the show. The 251-pound Supermono is powered by a 502cc Single based on the liquid-cooled, four-valve 8511888 Su per bike cylinder head, and is said to produce 72 rear-wheel horsepower at 11,500 rpm. Ducati says 30 customer racebikes, complete with dramatic and innovative styling by Pierre Terblanche, will be built this year, with street replicas available in 1994. The Triumph Trident 900 Sprint created a stir in Cologne. Its appearance put an end to complaints that Triumph’s line badly needed a café-style bike, a modern version of the Tritons that ruled the backroads of Britain in the 1960s. It also raised questions about a possible return by Triumph to the U.S. market. Though non-commital, a Triumph spokesman said the company’s motorcycles could go on sale in the U.S. by 1994.
TRIUMPH
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PGO is a Taiwanese firm known in the Orient for its scooters. By the looks of the new V2 1600, it seems the company wishes to bust out of the people-mover world and into full-sized performance bikes. The machine is powered by a whacking-great 1596cc V-Twin with liquid-cooling and four valves per cylinder. The beast makes a claimed 86 horsepower at 5700 rpm. It’s hung in an aluminum perimeter frame with a 55.3-inch wheelbase, and the entire assembly is said to tip the scales at a dry weight of 452 pounds. PGO claims a top speed of about 130 mph and a quartermile time of about 11 seconds for its prototype. The PGO may just be the V-Twin sportbike that enthusiasts have been expecting from the Japanese. The V2 is said to be destined for the U.S. market, but details remain scarce.
TRIUMPH
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Bimota came to Cologne with two show-stoppers to celebrate its 20 years of motorcycle manufacturing: a completely restyled Tesi and an all-new machine called the DB2 (see riding impression, page 40). The striking new Tesi, characterized by one IFMA observer as making the old-style Tesi look like “yesterday’s news,” carries the 1D-es designation, and will be limited, for its initial year, to production of 50 units. No price was announced for this new realization of the most expensive Bimota.
TRIUMPH
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Honda’s CBR1000F, a Cycle World favorite that was missing from the line last year, makes its return in 1993 kitted out with re-done bodywork, a new paint scheme and a front-rear linked braking system called, in Europe at least, the Dual Combined Brake System, or CBS. The system allows foot and hand brake levers to operate different hydraulic pistons in all three brake calipers via secondary hydraulic circuits and a sophisticated proportional flow valve, and is said to greatly stabilize the chassis during heavy braking.
TRIUMPH
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Kawasaki chose Cologne for the debut of its revised ZX-6, ZX-7 and ZX-11, shown exclusively in Cycle World last month. A surprise was the announcement of an all-new electric-start dual-purpose four-stroke called the KLX650, and a similarly styled, kick-start-only off-road machine called the KLX650R. Both bikes are powered by counterbalanced, liquid-cooled, four-valve 651 cc Singles, with the R-model using a heavier flywheel than the dual-purpose bike, and employing a lightweight aluminum cylinder of the same type found on the company’s MX bikes. Claimed dry weight of the D-P version is 337 pounds; the dirt version is said to weigh 276 pounds dry. The perimeter frames used by the bikes also are different from each other in that the dual-purpose bike’s frame has a longer wheelbase and more conservative steering geometry, while the dirtbike’s aluminum swingarm pivots on the rear engine mounts. Both bikes will be sold in the U.S. in 1993.
TRIUMPH
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BMW’s new top-of-the-line sport-touring machine is the K1100RS, which replaces last year’s K100RS. It gets a revised fairing and a 1092cc version of BMW’s Kmotor-the same engine that powers BMW’s impressive K1100LT (see Cycle World, September, 1992). Claimed engine output is limited to 100 horsepower, but compared to last year’s motor, torque is up, listed as 79 foot-pounds at 5500 rpm. The only difference between this engine/transmission and that of the K1100LT is the RS’s taller, 2.81:1 final-drive ratio (the LT’s is 2.91:1). Introduction of the bike to the American market is scheduled for January.
TRIUMPH
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Aprilia proved, by virtue of a world championship this year in GP racing’s 125cc class (not to mention a second-overall ranking in 250 GP standings) that it is a little company that can get things done. Though the company has yet to field a 250cc repli-racer, its 125s own the lion’s share of the very competitive small-bike market in Italy. The RS125 Replica, which weighs a claimed 312 pounds dry, pro duces a claimed 33 horsepower from its tiny two-stroke engine, and is wrapped in very stylish and colorful fiberglass, is one reason why.
TRIUMPH
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Though it was introduced at last year’s Tokyo Motor Show, the Honda CB1000 Super Four was not officially introduced to Europeans until the Cologne Show. This sport-standard is the result of an after-hours project by Honda engineer/enthusiasts bent on strapping together something they call an aggressive, no-frills “userbike.” The bike’s instrument layout emphasizes its Spartan nature, while its fork-derived from the RC30 but minus the RC30 unit’s complete adjustability-aluminum swingarm and quality twin shocks speak of the bike's performance capabilities. Look for the Super Four, a.k.a. the Big 1, to appear in U.S. showrooms in 1993, but in limited numbers and with a stout price tag.
TRIUMPH
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Yamaha wowed the Cologne Show crowd with its GTS1000 sport-touring bike, unveiled in Cycle World last month. It also displayed elements of its European model mix, including the TDR125, a flyweight but firebreathing supermotard-style machine much beloved of European backroad scratchers.
TRIUMPH
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KTM, apparently back from the brink of financial ruin and now separated from its bicycle and radiator divisions, marked the seriousness of its return to the motorcycle wars with a surprise sportbike. The company’s Cologne centerpiece was this fuel-injected, V-Twin-powered prototype, built by the German Bepono team and raced with increasing success this past year in the German Battle of the Twins series. For IFMA, the KTM factory converted it into a fully streetlegal machine, though it had no electric starter. The engine’s heads are sourced from the LC4 four-stroke Single, and the bike is said to be a serious long-term project that represents the future for the tiny Austrian manufacturer.
ALAN CATHCART
OF ALL THE CHANGES TO HAVE shaken Europe in the past few years, the one most difficult to predict was in evidence at the 1992 IFMA Motorcycle Show in Cologne, Germany. There, on the banks of the Rhine in this most sterile of German cities, were signs that the Europeans finally are returning in force to the motorcycle sales wars.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0036.xml
article
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FEATURES
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SUPER BOXER
FINALLY, BMW SHOWS ITS HAND
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Jon F. Thompson
THE FACT THAT BMW HAS been working on an all-new opposed-Twin engine has been a not very carefully kept scrept swiring around the company’s corporate skirts for nearly two years. Now, finally, BMW has let its neo-Boxer out of the bag, choosing the Cologne Show to debut the R259 engine, which will be installed in a new series of Beemers beginning in 1993.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0037.xml
review
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40,41
FEATURES
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BIMOTA DB2
EXOTICA FOR EVERYMAN?
BIMOTA
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BIMOTA
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Alan Cathcart
THERE WAS A TIME WHEN THE only Bimota you could buy came equipped not only with the marque’s usual monster price tag, but with a Japanese engine. This was, it developed, a passport to near-bankruptcy for the tiny Italian company. The bike that bailed Bimota back into profitability was the DBl, the company’s first Ducati-powered model.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0038.xml
review
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42,43,44,45
CW RIDING IMPRESSION
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1993 KAWASAKIZX-11
A FRESH LOOK, A NEW CHASSIS AND MORE PERFORMANCE FOR THE KING OF SPEED
KAWASAKI
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KAWASAKI
ZX-11
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FEW MOTORCYCLES GENERATE AS much excitement as the Kawasaki ZX-l1. None generate as much speed. When it was introduced in 1990, the big ZX posted a top speed of 176 miles per hour, making it the fastest production motorcycle Cycle World had ever tested.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0039.xml
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46,47
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Advertisement: Chevy Sport Truck
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Chevy Sport Truck
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0040.xml
review
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48,49,50,51,52
RACE WATCH
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SPECIAL EDITION SUPERSTAR
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VANCE & HINES
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VANCE & HINES
FZR1000
MITCH BOEHM
C'MON, ADMIT IT. YOU'RE A HORSEPOWER JUNKIE, YOU THINK swoopy styling and the latest in trick hardware are neat. but it's power wheelies. blitzkrieg quarter-mile runs and threedigit dyno figures that really bring your bloodstream to full boil.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0041.xml
review
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CW EVALUATION
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SCORPIO MOTORCYCLE ALARM
Better than a rent-a-cop
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SCORPIO MOTORCYCLE ALARM
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ANYONE WHO HAS RETURNED TO THE empty spot where his streetbike had been parked knows the incredible feelings of rage and helplessness that accompany the theft of a motorcycle. Anti-theft devices such as chains, cables and U-locks provide a visible deterrent, but they usually present little protection against a determined professional bike thief.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0042.xml
article
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54,55,56,57
FEATURES
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THE CROCKER V-TWIN
SOMETIMES, BEING THE BEST ISN’T QUITE GOOD ENOUGH
CROCKER
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ALLAN GIRDLER
AN OLD TESTAMENT philosopher, writing in the Book of Ecciesiastes, noted that the race isn't always to the swift nor the battle to the strong. He should have been here in 1936. He could have bought a Crocker V-Twin, been the fastest guy in town and seen for himself just what can happen to the swift and strong.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0043.xml
article
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58,59,60,61
CW PROJECT
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UPPING THE XRL
LESS WEIGHT, MORE FUN FOR HONDA'S DUAL-PURPOSE KING
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RON GRIEWE
KIRK WILLIS HONDA'S XR65OL is A great dual-purpose machine, almost perfectly splitting the line between off-road competence and on-road usefulness. But for riders who spend most of their riding time in the dirt, the XRL is a bit heavy and overburdened with street-legal doodads.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0044.xml
review
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60,61
PERSONAL PROJECT
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DUAL-PURPOSE DREAMBIKE
IS THIS SUZUKIDR441 THE WORLD’S TRICKEST D-P BIKE?
SUZUKI
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SUZUKI
DR441
Ron Griewe
IDENTICAL TWINS DAN AND TOM White love to ride. Owners of White Bros., a Southern California aftermarket firm famous for its dirtbike, ATV and jet-ski accessories, plus a line of custom Harley parts, the brothers were national-class dirt-track racers during their younger years, and both currently are very fast Vet motocross racers.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0045.xml
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62,63
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Motorcycle Accessory Workhouse
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Motorcycle Accessory Workhouse
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0046.xml
article
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64,65,66,68,70
RACE WATCH
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REFLECTIONS ON A SEASON
Notes from the final AMA roadrace national
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KEVIN CAMERON
COTT RUSSELL MADE HIMSELF Superbike Champion at Texas World Speedway while points-rival Jamie James lost fronttire pressure and pitted for a replacement. Doug Polen started slowly, but soon hounded Russell. Two can play at saving the best lap for last, but Polen’s dash for first wasn’t quite as quick as Russell’s.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0047.xml
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CHESTERFIELD
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CHESTERFIELD
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0048.xml
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69
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Advertisement: CYCLE WORLD
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0049.xml
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71
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CHAPARRAL WAREHOUSE
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CHAPARRAL WAREHOUSE
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0050.xml
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72
72,73
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0051.xml
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74
74,76,77
RACE WATCH
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Clipboard
Carr captures Camel Pro championship
Kiedrowski, Emig score MX titles
Americans upset at World Speedway final
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After eight years of trying and three successive runner-up finishes, 25year-old Harley-Davidson factory pilot Chris Carr won the 1992 AMA Grand National Championship dirt-track series with a third-place finish at the Pomona, California, Half-Mile.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0052.xml
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74
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0053.xml
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75
75
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Competition Accessories Inc.
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Competition Accessories Inc.
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0054.xml
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76
76
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0055.xml
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77
77
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Motorcycle Mechanics Institute
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Motorcycle Mechanics Institute
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0056.xml
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77
77
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Danoc Manufcturing Copertation
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Danoc Manufcturing Copertation
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0057.xml
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78
78,80,82
DEPARTMENTS
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SERVICE
A hundred thou or bust
Narrow advantage
Caveat emptor
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How many miles should I expect to put on my motorcycle before it’s on its last legs and in need of a major engine overhaul? I’d rather ride a motorcycle than drive a car, but fun and thrills aside, if I can reasonably expect to get 100,000 miles before major repairs on a new economy car, shouldn’t I expect the same mileage and reliability from any new motorcycle purchased at comparable cost?
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0058.xml
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78
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Cycle City
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Cycle City
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0059.xml
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79
79
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0060.xml
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80
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0061.xml
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80
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0062.xml
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81
81
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DONELSON CYCLES, INC.
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DONELSON CYCLES, INC.
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0063.xml
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82
82
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HURRICANE ENTERPRISES
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HURRICANE ENTERPRISES
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0064.xml
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82
82
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AMERICAN MOTORCYCLE INSTITUTE
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AMERICAN MOTORCYCLE INSTITUTE
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0065.xml
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82
82
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0066.xml
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82
82
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0067.xml
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83
83
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0068.xml
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84
84
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CYCLE WORLD SHOWCASE
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0069.xml
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84
84
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CYCLE WORLD SHOWCASE
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0070.xml
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85
85
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0071.xml
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0072.xml
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87
87
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0073.xml
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88
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0074.xml
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89
89
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0075.xml
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90
DEPARTMENTS
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SLIPSTREAM
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We need your photos for Slipstream. We’re looking for photos that make us smile because they say something about motorcycling. Submissions should be made to Slipstream, Cycle World, 1499 Monrovia Avenue, Newport Beach, CA 92663. To be returned, the photographs must be accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped envelope.
CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0076.xml
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91
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TOYOTA
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TOYOTA
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0077.xml
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92
92
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Philip Morris Inc.: Marlboro
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Philip Morris Inc.
Marlboro
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CycleWorld_19930101_0032_001_0078.xml