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This is pretty good news for EU/AUS owners too, as by opening up the XSR700 to the US market means there should be an even greater range of (mostly after-market) add-ons and accessories.
Case in point, take a look at the Silver bike in background of the following video, from the XSR700 exhibit at AIMExpo a few days ago.
You should see a new item of official luggage mounted to it (granted, it's in the pretty ugly HD style, but still...)



(Also, lol at the even more ridiculous indicators our American brethren are lumbered with)
 

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This is pretty good news for EU/AUS owners too, as by opening up the XSR700 to the US market means there should be an even greater range of (mostly after-market) add-ons and accessories.

(Also, lol at the even more ridiculous indicators our American brethren are lumbered with)
Good point, extra competition on extras is bound to be good. Look at the price of some of the spare parts for the MT07 in the USA, way cheaper in dollars than the UK prices in pounds :frown2:

I see that their bonus is to get the extra value grey radiator :laugh:
 

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I also think the panniers don't look "right", style over practicality springs to mind as well.

I wonder if the exhaust is the Akrapovic one with an XSR sticker on it?
 

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Courtesy of some photos over at the FZ-07 forums, here's a better view at the new style (fugly) panniers plus a glimpse at what looks like a new stay for fixing them.
Also looks like a new Carbon-tipped exhaust, with slightly garish XSR branding.

https://fz07.org/thread/8980/xsr-700-at-aimexpo/
Not sure about the design of the panniers (too chooper like for me) but at least they old up more volume ....more than a laptop and two bananas at least...
 
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