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post #51 of 60 Old 12-12-2012, 05:06 PM
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Why are there so many people with 600's in this forum? Do they not know this is for 1000's?
I have ridden a 600rr, fabulous bike. If that was the bike I owned, and it had been a lightweight top performer for me, there's a better than even chance I would want the 1000rr next. Seems to me that their being members here is entirely logical.
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post #56 of 60 Old 12-13-2012, 06:14 PM
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Because the only logical decision after you've owned a 600rr is to step it up to a 1000rr and they are getting a head-start to ownership.
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I have ridden a 600rr, fabulous bike. If that was the bike I owned, and it had been a lightweight top performer for me, there's a better than even chance I would want the 1000rr next. Seems to me that their being members here is entirely logical.
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post #57 of 60 Old 12-13-2012, 06:17 PM
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I have a dirty secret... the 600rr is so damn light, and so easy to rape, that secretly I'd like one in the garage beside my thou... preferably the 2013 in matching Repsol colours.

Unfortunately I've just rebuilt my garage with mezzanine shelving etc just so I can fit the bikes I already have... and I'm not going back to a situation where I can just fit them all in, but no room to work on them, it just makes winter suck arse.
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Two wheels rulez . Wanted to get a 600 as well but I will brake the poor thing . So I stick with nothing but my 07' 1000 HRC . Not as powerful or fast as the newer models but good enough for me . Even thou she's not a stock bitch anymore . ( Motor wise , pipe etc. )


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I also have both, 600 for track and 1k for street. Don't mind anyone on this site, I like to do my research before I spend hard earned cash, so ask away anyone!
BUT...use the search function before you ask STUPID questions!!!
As for the bikes, just love the power and torque of my 1k, nothing comes close to that! But, me and a team just did a 24 hour enduro last weekend on the 600, and man was I surprised with my little bike! 1k's were pulling us on the straights, but we beat them on late braking and in the corners (did however have a -1 +3 sprocket conversion).
The bike is amazing and will not fail you ever if you look after it!


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post #60 of 60 Old 12-14-2012, 06:10 AM
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Sounds good . Think I will look at getting a track bike .


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