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6c2930289c The bike is long and low, with wide-set clip-ons and a high seat. 2002 Honda CBR 600 F4I . 2006 Kawasaki ZZR 600 . 2004 Honda CBR 600 RR . The R10s now feature a unique 3D groove design thats said to enhance stability and feel entering and exiting corners and aid in quick warm-up and rider feedback. Were huge fans of the Honda CBR1000RRs engine and 600-like handling, but restrictive ergos limit its appeal to smaller riders, and that midrange-rich engine makes it a handful at the racetrack. homewrecker is offline Quote Quick Reply post #10 of 19 Old 08-27-2012, 12:10 PM wickedfast Global Moderator Join Date: 03-08-2010 Location: Austin Texas, USA! Posts: 2,444 Images: 4 Mentioned: 0 Post(s) Tagged: 0 Thread(s) Quoted: 0 Post(s) Reputation Power: 173 Re: From gixxer 750 to cbr1000rr? then you sir, have not sampled the power delivery of the RC51!!! That bike, was sneaky fast.much better than a xb12r (based on a sportster engine) and the SV had a de-tuned TLR engine, the RC was bred for performance.try one sometime (if you can find one, anyway.) I have heard that the Buell 1125r has a ton of stank because its not the old harley motor, its a rotax twin and Eric Buell had specific specs to make it worthy of track.
Even so, the CBR feels lightest and most powerful on the street, earning high praise from all of our testers. I ran one on my brothers 07 r6s and pulled on him from a light, maybe he didn't know how to ride it well? He was serving through traffic on the highway like a maniac though lol. Posts: 72,466 Garage Anthony D's Garage 2006 Suzuki GSX-R600 Re: Gsxr 750 k7 vs Srad 750 1999 Quote: Originally Posted by MotoJoe View Post It is rider. 2000 Suzuki GSXR 600 . I have pretty much always gone for Honda's and owned a few Blades and a CBR600. Rears are offered in a Type 2 and 3 (hard and medium, respectively) and fronts in Type 3. 2008 Honda CBR 1000 RR . Posted 4 years ago # Fudd - Member I'd say go for the 750 but if its for road use only then you should seriously consider a litre bike. Fueling is precise and utterly flawless, and the handling is likewise faultless, but on twisty roads the doggy low-end performance made the Suzuki less exciting to ride. My 750 is more than enough on the street, it's super nice.