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Honda Factory Photo Tour

Discussion in 'General Pioneer 700 Discussion' started by admin, Aug 1, 2013.

  1. admin

    admin Your club! I just turn it on!
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    Its kool to see a high tech assembly line running those blue trolleys. They can probably be programmed to go anywhere in the factory floor.
     
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    Take a close look at how modular this machine is. The main chassis is very simple with sub-frames being bolted on. I can easily see where they can "Pioneer" several variants from this basic chassis. I'd bet future variants will utilize many of the same components as they've done with the motorcycle line. Competition is here!!
     
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    ya. you can see them putting it together in sections. it should make it more mod'able too. going to be fun.
     
  5. Hondasxs

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    Very nice, You can almost see it being built from start to finish. It looks like if you are in a wreck you can just replace the front. Thats in the long run I'm sure as I know I will more then likely wreck mine sooner or later.
     
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    This is neat.
     
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    Who agrees they will likely put half of a Honda Fit engine in one? They used the Fit engine in the Honda outboard and made a twin cylinder variant powering several 50 hp motorcycles now. Cylinders are tilted making it easy to stuff into one of these. And it already has an auto transmission. I'd says its already being tested!
     

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