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Old 05-26-2008, 03:57 PM   #21
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+1 and later if you want you can mod it a lil and out run 750's all day long

you guys need to do some homework. the 750 is the same bike as the 600. same frame and everything. the engine is different so it weighs a LITTLE more than the 600. so cornering and straight line speed the 750 kills a 600. put exhaust and pc on a 750 and you start talking 140 hp to the wheel.... no 600 is going to get that number.... not even heavily modded.
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you guys need to do some homework. the 750 is the same bike as the 600. same frame and everything. the engine is different so it weighs a LITTLE more than the 600. so cornering and straight line speed the 750 kills a 600. put exhaust and pc on a 750 and you start talking 140 hp to the wheel.... no 600 is going to get that number.... not even heavily modded.
My old r6 I could out run any stock 750 and keep up with a 1000 luis so I guess if it was heavily modded it can
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My old r6 I could out run any stock 750 and keep up with a 1000 luis so I guess if it was heavily modded it can

you and I both know that all depends on the rider. a rider on a 1k can get their handed to then by a good rider on a 600 any day.
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not on that 749 you don't,lol better go back and get another 600 hehe
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not on that 749 you don't,lol better go back and get another 600 hehe
i'll go get a 250
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A 600 is really all you need it wont get "punked" by no 1000's either if the rider on it is good enough. This has been proven many times
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you guys need to do some homework. the 750 is the same bike as the 600. same frame and everything. the engine is different so it weighs a LITTLE more than the 600. so cornering and straight line speed the 750 kills a 600. put exhaust and pc on a 750 and you start talking 140 hp to the wheel.... no 600 is going to get that number.... not even heavily modded.
no need to get testy. i know all of this already. but other than racing the bike, why bother spending another two grand when you get a 600 to pull just as hard with a little gear swapping. like i said, im glad i went with the 600.
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Think about it...buy the 750 ALREADY faster than a 600 or spend 2 g's making it just as fast as the 750??? Either way I know I can handle the 750. i am going used and going to cage it boys....puhleeeesssseeee. I am not scratching up a minty bike. But I can't do with my ninja lowered like it is. Unacceptable...completely unacceptable. But it does smoke on the street. Not too much fun at the stunt spot though... for me anyways. Does anyone know who is selling that F4i and would U buy it????
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Well at this point it's a toss up on a CBR-RR or an F4i or the GSXR750. Hmmmmmmmmmm. I really want the GSXR. BTW Gixxer girl, we r gonna have to hit up some twistees together soon. PM me if ya want.
the gsxr 750 is a nice bike and i use it to commute to school which is 30miles each way. it runs nice on the freeway at lower rpms (i ride at high rpms too so dont flame) and like the other guy said, same frame and everything except for a bigger motor and some stickers that say 750..lol
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Put your ninja back to stock hight and then see if you can wheelie if.
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I wouldnt spend any money on a bike just to make it faster. They are fast enought stock.
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no 600 is going to get that number.... not even heavily modded.
The 636 will.
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(im not reading all that^^^) well a 600 is perfect for the track, if ur not 300lbs. a 1000 is a defenite ***** enlarger but is not suitable for alot of people because its heavy. a 1000 is "unforgiving" and a 600 has more room to play. i love my 08 600rr. it is enough bike for me.
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Think about it...buy the 750 ALREADY faster than a 600 or spend 2 g's making it just as fast as the 750??? Either way I know I can handle the 750. i am going used and going to cage it boys....puhleeeesssseeee. I am not scratching up a minty bike. But I can't do with my ninja lowered like it is. Unacceptable...completely unacceptable. But it does smoke on the street. Not too much fun at the stunt spot though... for me anyways. Does anyone know who is selling that F4i and would U buy it????
not saying itll be just as fast, just taht itll pull as hard.
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buy the 750 if you like, it is a great bike with a bit more grunt than the 600. there is a reason suzuki keeps making it after all. but you asked for opinions and what im telling you is from personal experience: me iz happy wit da six hunnerd.
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Okay...can't put the ninja back to stock...it's too high...need something stock that's low enuf...I won't even try a wheelie yet. Maybe a power up...but nothing crazy. Like I said, I need a cage before I act stoopid. It doesn't matter what I get, it's gonna get scratched up a bit...but the ninja will not go as fast as I want it to highway...167 topped out...unacceptable...must go 190 top end. Yezzuuurrr....=)
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