The 2014 Honda VFR800F drops 22 pounds from its predecessor while adding traction control, LED headlights, and gets a host of other updates.

Honda has released the 2014 Honda VFR800F at EICMA, an update to the popular VFR800 featuring a host of updates.

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The new VFR800F is 22 pounds lighter than the old model and features traction control, a height adjustable seat, a single exhaust can, and self-canceling turn signals.

The weight savings come from a new, lighter subframe and new aluminum single sided swingarm.

The Pro-Link rear suspension is adjustable for preload and rebound damping.

Front brakes adopt radial calipers and 310mm discs.

Seat height is adjustable (either 31 or 31.8 inches), using a tool provided.

Front headlights are LED

The 2014 Honda VFR800F is not slated for a U.S. release.

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