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if let u choose AGAIN/ or 1st time which cl2 bike u will buy?


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so many talk like pros for wat? u guys are just pitting ego against ego.. Ts is here to ask wat should he get not asking u guys pro advise on 600 cc super track bike 1 litre for striaght road.. just tell him get the bike u like be it 600cc or 1000cc. as long as u love ur bike u dun care about the coments other make...

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so many talk like pros for wat? u guys are just pitting ego against ego.. Ts is here to ask wat should he get not asking u guys pro advise on 600 cc super track bike 1 litre for striaght road.. just tell him get the bike u like be it 600cc or 1000cc. as long as u love ur bike u dun care about the coments other make...

 

 

If he knew what he liked, he wouldn't be here asking now, would he?? :slapforehead:

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For a biker on a middle-weight bike like me, I would like to applaud the Class 2 bros here in explaining the differences between a sixer and a literbike :thumb:

 

It's good to be in the know before I make my decision/purchase in the future.

Now I just gotta know what speed in itself really is, before I (hop onto a Class 2 bike and) control it.

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Currently riding a blackbird,next ride will also be a blackbird....its a cult thing.:)

My orgasm starts at 299km/h.....

Personal ride -

1st ride - TRZ 125

2nd ride - GSXR-K

3rd ride - CBR400RN

3rd ride - Super 4(S)

4th ride - R1

5th ride - CBRXX1100:thumb:

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Most important is affordability.

Comparison of rd tax,insurance,maintenance and tyres and stuff.

For avid tourers,big cc bikes are better as the have bigger tanks but i noe some big bikes can hold til 200 or mebbe lesser km/full tank.

For sixxers are mostly for trackers.

If u wan to play track,getting a sixer will be enuff due to its compactibilty and its very nimble in control.Due take note that the wheelbase of the bike do play a role in tracking.The shorter the wheelbase, the sharper the cornering.

Busas,BB,Z14 are touring bikes and they are faster on straights than corners.But this can be remedied by adding spacers on the rear suspension to make the wheelbase shorter(for cornering purpose)

In the end it up to the individual what kind of rider he's gonna be.

Tourer or tracker?

My orgasm starts at 299km/h.....

Personal ride -

1st ride - TRZ 125

2nd ride - GSXR-K

3rd ride - CBR400RN

3rd ride - Super 4(S)

4th ride - R1

5th ride - CBRXX1100:thumb:

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Not related to the Waco, Texas type, right? :p :P

 

Oh no..that one kill ppl,i make ppl...:)

My orgasm starts at 299km/h.....

Personal ride -

1st ride - TRZ 125

2nd ride - GSXR-K

3rd ride - CBR400RN

3rd ride - Super 4(S)

4th ride - R1

5th ride - CBRXX1100:thumb:

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I'm happy with my VTR1000SP1...:-)

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I'm happy with my VTR1000SP1...:-)

 

Yup luv those grunt of the exhaust.Almost bought that bike but the fc turns me off.:cheeky:

My orgasm starts at 299km/h.....

Personal ride -

1st ride - TRZ 125

2nd ride - GSXR-K

3rd ride - CBR400RN

3rd ride - Super 4(S)

4th ride - R1

5th ride - CBRXX1100:thumb:

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I'll choose a 1000cc this time. Having owned an 600cc and 750cc GSXR, it still boils down to not enough power at the end of the day. Now dreaming of the '08 ZX10R already. Modern days 1000cc power delivery is more managable compare to olden days machine. Thus you don't really need to worry about "Will I be able to handle the bike power" things like that. You'll learn to control it. In Singapore, more is still better than less. It the Kiasu mentality.

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so many talk like pros for wat? u guys are just pitting ego against ego.. Ts is here to ask wat should he get not asking u guys pro advise on 600 cc super track bike 1 litre for striaght road.. just tell him get the bike u like be it 600cc or 1000cc. as long as u love ur bike u dun care about the coments other make...

 

yeah thats the problem with bikers here..u ask abit they will start with their ego thing...kinda sick..

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I rode cbr600f3 for 4 years, gsxr600k4 for 3 years, and now riding gsxr1000k7.

 

Honestly, if you can afford it (CHECK your finances again & AGAIN!!!), go for the 1000.

 

Fuel consumption is about the same. And, not so tiring as don't really need to constantly change gears. BUT, make sure you get your right wrist used to the bike first. 600cc can open throttle fast, 1000cc must make sure it is very gradual...

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I rode cbr600f3 for 4 years, gsxr600k4 for 3 years, and now riding gsxr1000k7.

 

Honestly, if you can afford it (CHECK your finances again & AGAIN!!!), go for the 1000.

 

Fuel consumption is about the same. And, not so tiring as don't really need to constantly change gears. BUT, make sure you get your right wrist used to the bike first. 600cc can open throttle fast, 1000cc must make sure it is very gradual...

 

what is the difference in fuel consumption?

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so many talk like pros for wat? u guys are just pitting ego against ego.. Ts is here to ask wat should he get not asking u guys pro advise on 600 cc super track bike 1 litre for striaght road.. just tell him get the bike u like be it 600cc or 1000cc. as long as u love ur bike u dun care about the coments other make...

 

can learn from every one's comments, so riders out there thanks and carry on with your comments.=)

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for the make and model of the bike, it all boils down to personal preference. some would prefer a suzuki coz it looks so nice, while some may prefer a kawasaki because of its green

 

i never tried a 600 before and chose a 1000 because i didn't want to have the feeling "still got a "faster" bike out there, haven't try before, must buy and ride before i leave my helmet for display"

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pointless man......get the one tt suits u the most, on $$ side and riding pleasure side.

 

600 is fine for me but nt for my frens.. even a 750 complain wan up to 1000. a 1300 fren claim he never utilise much,wan down to 600. all boils down to yours choice yea ? just like some love fiona xie big horsepower some like felicia chin small horsepower, small but more agile. hahaa u get what i mean ? okie offtopic. chheerss.

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pointless man......get the one tt suits u the most, on $$ side and riding pleasure side.

 

600 is fine for me but nt for my frens.. even a 750 complain wan up to 1000. a 1300 fren claim he never utilise much,wan down to 600. all boils down to yours choice yea ? just like some love fiona xie big horsepower some like felicia chin small horsepower, small but more agile. hahaa u get what i mean ? okie offtopic. chheerss.

 

i like both fiona xie n felicia chin . i just love babes..hahaha..

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