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Old 11-17-2009, 03:29 PM   #41
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not quite sure i follow u cintron.

regardless, ill agree to disagree (if we are even disagreeing here, i cant tell)...i just think anyone of average size or more can handle a 600 with a decent head on their shoulders...
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Old 11-17-2009, 04:02 PM   #42
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not quite sure i follow u cintron.

regardless, ill agree to disagree (if we are even disagreeing here, i cant tell)...i just think anyone of average size or more can handle a 600 with a decent head on their shoulders...
Well I wouldn't necessarily disagree with that statement. Just think they would be better off on a less powerful/cheaper bike to start off with (i.e. SV650, 250, or similar)

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Old 11-17-2009, 04:26 PM   #43
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Old 11-17-2009, 04:40 PM   #44
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Well I wouldn't necessarily disagree with that statement. Just think they would be better off on a less powerful/cheaper bike to start off with (i.e. SV650, 250, or similar)

sv, 250----better off, but can still handle a 600...... got it. yes. we agree there.

The cheaper part is a good factor i never thought of too



in the previous quote of mine u quoted: i was saying i know my wreck was lack of skill, and thats why i started track. i dont believe my wreck was cuz my 600 had to much power....thats all
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sv, 250----better off, but can still handle a 600...... got it. yes. we agree there.

The cheaper part is a good factor i never thought of too



in the previous quote of mine u quoted: i was saying i know my wreck was lack of skill, and thats why i started track. i dont believe my wreck was cuz my 600 had to much power....thats all
We are in agreement.
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Old 11-17-2009, 10:18 PM   #46
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I am glad that is settled... But I do agree with you both.

I was just sick of the 250, as it was too slow on the Hwy. I felt like it was so slow on the Hwy that it was almost unsafe or at the very least a Pita to pass depending on traffic etc.

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I am glad that is settled... But I do agree with you both.

I was just sick of the 250, as it was too slow on the Hwy. I felt like it was so slow on the Hwy that it was almost unsafe or at the very least a Pita to pass depending on traffic etc.

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, you will come to notice over time, we at MH are good at settling conflicts over the internet NOT!!!

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Welcome. Id recommend a Sv650. Not to much power, but still fun to ride. Plus i hear its a beast at the track.
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