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Old 01-23-2008, 12:32 PM   #1
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How much power does a stock R6 have?

hey just like the tittle states, Im about to purchase a 06 R6 when i get back, but does anyone know how much Hp and trq they have, thank you
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not enough.
probably around 100/50 at the wheel
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Not enough?

More then most people can use and certainly enough for someone who does not know.

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i think its enough..
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About 2hp below 10k, peak at 107-110 usually. As far as torque, it's an 06 R6, so hardly any.
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More then most people can use and certainly enough for someone who does not know.

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kewl, i appreciate all your comments, but i think that the r6 is a pretty stroong bike for a 600.

now here is my other question
wich 600 is better?
suzuki, honda,yamaha,
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kewl, i appreciate all your comments, but i think that the r6 is a pretty stroong bike for a 600.

now here is my other question
wich 600 is better?
suzuki, honda,yamaha,
It depends on you. There is no the best is... IMO it depends what you prefer and feel comfy on. Some have a tiny bt more mid-range-topend, bottom-end(not really they are all 600's) but you get my drift. Whaat are you intentions as far as usage?(track/street/drag)
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does not matter which 600 is better, 99% of people cant out ride one anyways, Go with what you like, so goes for exhaust, get the one you like

But to answer, its personal preferance, they are all very close in performance, it comes down to the rider.
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It depends on you. There is no the best is... IMO it depends what you prefer and feel comfy on. Some have a tiny bt more mid-range-topend, bottom-end(not really they are all 600's) but you get my drift. Whaat are you intentions as far as usage?(track/street/drag)
track, and once in a while street... i was originally looking for a Gixxer but my friend is giving me an awesome deal on his r6 (it would be stupid of me to say no) so im basiclly going towards having an R6 but im actully really excited about it, cant wait till i get back home and drive it ( kill some stress)
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does not matter which 600 is better, 99% of people cant out ride one anyways, Go with what you like, so goes for exhaust, get the one you like

But to answer, its personal preferance, they are all very close in performance, it comes down to the rider.
oh ok thank you sir
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Old 01-23-2008, 01:58 PM   #15
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Here are some refresher #'s on the dyno day we did back at your old place... now remember that a lot of the bikes were not " stock " but at least you can use it as a ref. point... I think there is an R1 in it...
1. PoPoRiderRR ( CBR 1000RR ) - 144.40 HP/ 72.14 Torque
2. BrutusTx ( Zx-10R ) - 144.11 HP/ 71.85 Torque
3. Redd4211 ( R1 ) - 142.98 HP/ 69.56 Torque
4. Caligonetx ( Busa 1300 ) - 142.63 HP/ 89.02 Torque
5. Shadman ( Busa 1300 ) - 136.20/ 93.3 Torque
6. Issani ( Gsxr 750 ) - 121.97 HP/ 51.54 Torque
7. Schmitty ( Gsxr 750 ) - 115.69 HP/ 52.69 Torque
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9. Texlurch ( Bandit 1200 ) - 109.09 HP/ 73.20 Torque
10. Gryphin ( ZX-6R ) - 105.08 HP/ 42.31 Torque
11. 07VMAX ( Vmax ) - 104.78 HP/ 75.71 Torque
12. CubanGixxeR ( Gxsr 600 ) - 101.91 HP/ 42.11 Torque
13. Cletus ( Gxsr 600 ) - 99.28 HP/ 40.95 Torque
14. Sassy Chassis ( Gxsr 600 ) - 96.04 HP/ 42.35 Torque
15. SpeedJunkie ( Zx-6R ) - 93.24 HP/ 40.07 Torque
16. Sassy Chassis ( Buell XB 1255 ) 86.26 HP/ 69.79 Torque
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the r6 doesnt have great mid range power......which is what you want for the track.

if you want the fastest 600 for the track....i'd have to say gsxr600, or 636....not the new zx6r's. next choice is 07+ 600rr's.

(and yes, i said gsxr, this is coming from a honda owner)
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the r6 doesnt have great mid range power......which is what you want for the track.

if you want the fastest 600 for the track....i'd have to say gsxr600, or 636....not the new zx6r's. next choice is 07+ 600rr's.

(and yes, i said gsxr, this is coming from a honda owner)
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Biggest downside to the R6 seems to be that they like to catch on fire as they slide down the track.
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