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Old 02-06-2006, 07:57 PM   #21
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The more power the better.... plus if you have the 1000 u can say I have a GIXXER 1000.....
thats why most guys ride 1000s
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Old 02-06-2006, 08:24 PM   #22
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I was just wondering if someone has ridden all three of the Gixxer cc sizes. Cause I'm wondering a few things about them.

I kind of wanted to know which they thought had more bang for your buck... And if the 750 was worth bothering with instead of just getting a 1000.
i'd have to say a 750... i own an 05 750 and the bike is realy nice and just as fast as a 1000......... 196 was the top speed for me
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Old 02-06-2006, 08:47 PM   #23
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I was just wondering if someone has ridden all three of the Gixxer cc sizes. Cause I'm wondering a few things about them.

I kind of wanted to know which they thought had more bang for your buck... And if the 750 was worth bothering with instead of just getting a 1000.
depends on experience level and personal taste.

first street motorcycle...buy used...buy abused....tend towards something a few years old with 600 or less cc's, if not based on common sense then based on insurance rates.

if you like to ride more than shoot around in straight lines... have some good experience... I think you would appreciate the 750. suzuki has a soft spot for that bike, and it shows. it's a good one, modern unlike the jurassic ZX-7R competition of 3 years ago. power is up there but still turns in better than a liter. highly tractable power...versus, say, a ZX-10R.

if you have a lot of experience, mental restraint, and have a controlled throttle hand, a modern literbike is hard to beat. however, jumping straight to a modern 1000 as a beginner or moderately experienced rider is a waste, IMHO. like said before, the suzuki GSXR 750 is a good blend.

look at your wallet, comfort zone, experience, insurance rates, and take a test ride if you can.
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