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    Here is the first direct comparison that I have seen between the H-D Livewire and the Zero SR/F electric motorcycles with lots of instrumented numbers and interesting comments. As you might expect, the $9K more expensive Livewire came out on top of the Zero in most areas of performance, range, handling and build quality. This road test was performed by the U.S. publication Cycle World and unfortunately, you have to wade through a lot of ads to see the entire review.
    https://www.cycleworld.com/story/mot...s-srf-premium/
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    Becuase of the ads... I'll take your word on it....
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    Becuase of the ads... I'll take your word on it....
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    One thing that is worth looking at in the article are the two dyno torque and power curves of the two motorcycles. Very different from a gasoline engine and even different from each other.
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    what to do now?

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    A weak introduction Mike.
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