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Actually, I have a question since you own(ed?) a CBR600RR: is it still worth it to get a CBR600R in this day and age for street riding?
As you know I own a 2005 CBR1000RR, and I'm contemplating to get a newer bike, one of those new leftovers from 2018, 2019 and CBR600RR is in my short list. I seem to be jumping between the 1000RR and the 600RR and may be a Ninja 1000SX.
 
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Actually, I have a question since you own(ed?) a CBR600RR: is it still worth it to get a CBR600R in this day and age for street riding?
As you know I own a 2005 CBR1000RR, and I'm contemplating to get a newer bike, one of those new leftovers from 2018, 2019 and CBR600RR is in my short list. I seem to be jumping between the 1000RR and the 600RR and may be a Ninja 1000SX.
Sorry, just seeing this.
With the lightened weight of the ‘17-‘19 CBR1K, I would always choose that, over anything else, let alone a 600RR.
Unless, you’re looking to race 600cc class, then it’s a no-brainer. The ninja SX is heavy, (as are most all Kawa’s), and won’t handle anything close to the Honda CBR’s.
 

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Sorry, just seeing this.
I thought you were ignoring me. :unsure::)

With the lightened weight of the ‘17-‘19 CBR1K, I would always choose that, over anything else, let alone a 600RR.
Unless, you’re looking to race 600cc class, then it’s a no-brainer. The ninja SX is heavy, (as are most all Kawa’s), and won’t handle anything close to the Honda CBR’s.
Thank, this helps.
 
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