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Old 11-13-2006, 06:25 PM   #1
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getting rid of your 750's or 1000's and going back to a 600. Ofcourse this question is for the folks who have owned several bikes and have had 600's and now ride bigger bikes. And if you did what was the reason for doing so?
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Old 11-13-2006, 06:37 PM   #2
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i wanna get rid of my r1 and go back to a 600 or my old 750 . i had more fun on the smaller bike i ride my buddys 600rr more than he does
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Im at a point where i miss my 6 and sometimes want to get a new r6 but then i start thinking about the power difference on my 750 and get all confused. I dont know what to do. And ive ridden around an 06 r6 which feels just as quick as my 750. Then again, i sometimes want to upgrade to a 1000. I cant make up my mind
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Im at a point where i miss my 6 and sometimes want to get a new r6 but then i start thinking about the power difference on my 750 and get all confused. I dont know what to do. And ive ridden around an 06 r6 which feels just as quick as my 750. Then again, i sometimes want to upgrade to a 1000. I cant make up my mind
Dam dude your all over the place! lol

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wouldnt know only owned and ever road my 900rr but i think the newer 600s can keep up wit my tank
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now thats just too much. I dont see how anyone could want a big bike like that
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wouldnt know only owned and ever road my 900rr but i think the newer 600s can keep up wit my tank
i have to agree with u on this one:laughing6
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i use to have a gsxr 600 and im looking to get a new bike in a few months. i cant decide 600 or 750 or 1000. im thinking the 750 would be the perfect combination but ive never ridden one so i dont really know
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who needs a 1000? i havnt seen one road around here yet you could do 186 on for more then 10 seconds. besides, a 600 with the right gearing will take the 750 and stay next to the 1000, i proved that to myself =)
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if i had the choice again i wouldn't own a 1000 i'd have another small bike.anyone wanna trade?
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who needs a 1000? i havnt seen one road around here yet you could do 186 on for more then 10 seconds. besides, a 600 with the right gearing will take the 750 and stay next to the 1000, i proved that to myself =)
yeah i know i say i think about getting a 1000 but i wont end up getting one. I really dont need all that power
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getting rid of your 750's or 1000's and going back to a 600. Ofcourse this question is for the folks who have owned several bikes and have had 600's and now ride bigger bikes. And if you did what was the reason for doing so?
I have considered getting rid of my R1 many many times already and still would if someone showed the right amount of money to me. I had way more fun with all of my 600's and I was just as fast with the exception of the long straight aways. I would go back to a 600 or the 636 anytime.
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if i had the choice again i wouldn't own a 1000 i'd have another small bike.anyone wanna trade?
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I have considered getting rid of my R1 many many times already and still would if someone showed the right amount of money to me. I had way more fun with all of my 600's and I was just as fast with the exception of the long straight aways. I would go back to a 600 or the 636 anytime.

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Yep, that's why I have both....LOL.


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Old 11-13-2006, 07:01 PM   #17
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Having the same problem. I have a 1k and can't figure out if I want another or a 750 maybe even a 600 ughhhhh
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im pretty positive I will be moving up to a 1k after this one. Just personal preference.
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