Penned as a sport-tourer for "experienced hands who ride hard, ride long, ride far and ride often", the new Viffer is powered by a 1237cc, 16-valve V-4 which is sure to be a stunner. The previous model's complex DOHC VTEC cylinder heads are gone, replaced by simpler, lighter, more compact Unicam heads similar to those found on the CRF motocross bikes. Smaller in every way, the Unicam valvetrain allows the staggered cylinders to be swung inward to form a narrow 76-degree angle (the VFR800 was a 90-degree V-4) for a more compact engine and better mass centralization. Jammed into the tiny gap between aforementioned cylinders is a quartet of 44-millimeter throttle bodies, controlled by Honda's first-ever use of Throttle-By-Wire technology for optimized throttle response. While power figures weren't divulged, Honda reps suggested that horsepower and torque will be more than ample for the sport riding and touring this rig was designed for.