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    TNT 1130 Sports/Evo vs base TNT

    Hi I am considering an 1130 TNT, the basic model i could get new for £6700 while the latest Evo is £7999. Do you guys reckon it is worth paying the extra for the adjustable suspension and radial brakes plus some CF parts?

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    oh yeah!!!!!!!!! you couldn't buy the extras for the difference thats why i went for the tornado rs over the standard 1 (& the rs was yellow not the boring green & silver )
    I AM THE STIG!!!!!!!!!

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    Welcome,

    To quote Mutley "YEAHYEAHYEAHYEAHYEAH"

    Hope this helps.
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    Welcome Patkin

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    Quote Originally Posted by patkin View Post
    Hi I am considering an 1130 TNT, the basic model i could get new for £6700 while the latest Evo is £7999. Do you guys reckon it is worth paying the extra for the adjustable suspension and radial brakes plus some CF parts?
    Welcome Patkin.
    I'd love the adjustable suspension at both ends but buy what you can afford, the standard TNT is still a great bike!
    Value for money, the more you pay the more added value you usually get.
    Best wishes with whichever way you go!
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    Quote Originally Posted by patkin View Post
    Hi I am considering an 1130 TNT, the basic model i could get new for £6700 while the latest Evo is £7999. Do you guys reckon it is worth paying the extra for the adjustable suspension and radial brakes plus some CF parts?
    Multi-adjustable Marzzoqui forks, Sachs rear suspension, radial Brembos, some carbon parts, improved serious mechanical problems from the former model. All this for only 1299 pounds?: is a bargain!. (Actually I consider that 7999 for a new Sport EVO is more than a bargain, is like a present).

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    Good old benelli uk the price is never the same from one week to the next

    A 1130 TnT for £7999 list Wow

    The 899s is £7999 list also, this just does not compute

    Six months ago the 1130 cafe racer was £7600

    Go figure
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    Quote Originally Posted by patkin View Post
    Hi I am considering an 1130 TNT, the basic model i could get new for £6700 while the latest Evo is £7999. Do you guys reckon it is worth paying the extra for the adjustable suspension and radial brakes plus some CF parts?
    Patkin,
    so what was your final choice?
    Cheers.
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    Im still deliberating and also have to get my current ride sorted out, currently under evaluation from insurance company. If a total loss its the green light to move on the benelli.

    If its repaired its still the benelli but i will have to get it much later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patkin View Post
    Im still deliberating and also have to get my current ride sorted out, currently under evaluation from insurance company. If a total loss its the green light to move on the benelli.

    If its repaired its still the benelli but i will have to get it much later.
    Not often you wish a write-off on anyone!
    Best of luck!
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