Georgia Interstate Bullet
Join Date: Sep 2012
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
I started out on My 1000rr, I have never been on a 600rr.
You need to respect the power, especially accelerating out of a corner...
I am very comfortable on my 1000, however I can see how other people would feel better on a 600.
a 1000 requires more self control on the throttle, a 600 tends not to spin the tire when exiting a corner.
In this area there is a big difference in safety.
I was on my way to work on the interstate, there was a cluster of cars behind me and another cluster up ahead.
So I give it about half throttle to join the other group of cars up ahead,
I glanced at my speedo, read 151 mph. It felt like 90 mph ...
This 1000rr has a lot of power, you just gotta use some self control thats all......
I can see why a lot of people say to buy a 600rr , you gotta be carefull........
Then on my way home from work Friday I was in a 45 mph zone, I looked down at my speedo because a police car just passed going the other way, I was going 88 mph, with only a little throttle..low rpm's at that speed...
my muffler is stock, bike is really quiet and I enjoy the high torque.
600 cc = Crotch Rocket
1000 cc = Super Bike
(some folks are confused about this)
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