600cc vs 1000cc Sportbikes - Which to get





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Published on Oct 28, 2011

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600's dont have enough power
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+gsx8ualive801 You're a moron. Case closed.
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mitch rude
This is my argument in the 600 vs 1000 cc ...... Doesn't fucking matter what you say about skill level and shit, I don't care. If I want a liter bike because of the big motor then I'll go get it because this is America and that's how we do shit here. Everyone will be biased toward what they have. Just because I have a 1000 and enjoy it, I think it's the best thing ever. Do I need all that power? No. Can I safely use all that power? No. Do I have the skills to harness 100% of the bike? Hell no. Do I want all the extra power? Yes. And that's why I upgraded from 750 to 1000. Best thing I ever did. I don't care what numbers you throw at me, nothing beats the feeling of a literbike ripping your fucking arms off when you give that bitch some throttle .
Chris Yeager
2008-2010 R6=366Lb ; R1=399Lb... lol, not much weight difference.
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Chris Yeager
And your keeping jack shit in nothing? You've posted not a single thing of information, correct or wrong. Your just posting your opinion and trolls. The weight difference between my year is 66lb, it gets aprx 15-10mpg highway better than the r6. You're just jealous that you don't have a 1000cc and that's why you hate. Cause you ain't got. Simply said.
Chris Yeager
Actually the gas mileage is right on point. As they do the tests no on back roads stopping for stop signs and going highway speed. You talk lots of shit for not knowing anything
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If you do not regualrly attend track days there really is ZERO reason to buy a sportbike 600 or 1000.  Get a standard.  By standard I mean something like an Aprilla Tuono, or a z1000, or a speed Triple, these bikes haul serious ass yet you can actually ride them all day and not be crushed.  Sportbikes give zero percent more performance on the street and are actually less useable due to the extreme seating position.
I agree, I brought a 2013 675 Daytona for my first bike as I fell in love with the package. I rode a 125, 150, 250, 400 and a 650 whilst away in asia before settling on the 675. Only now I own it and LOVE riding it I believe a speed triple would have been more suitable for me… 
ebubekir binici
I am 5,3 , and Idk about other liter bikes but i rode my friends R1 and its wayy more comfortable then my 07 zx6r it has more comfortable seat and seat height so it makes the handle bar higher then my zx6r and all the power makes it a lot smoother to ride. how ever IT IS HEAVY AS SHIT. It doesnt want to lean you have to literally turn the steering wheel to turn. 
The Rider
R1 is better in the low rpm
I've been riding for over 25 years, raced at Willow Springs big track and believe me that track will make you grow a pair!!! I've owned at least 40+ bikes over my lifetime, from a 50cc scooter to liter bikes.  I couldn't dissgree more with you I own a GSX-R 2008 600 and an 2013 R1 and the difference in power is massive! My 600 is quite modified my 2013 R1 is bone stock, yes the 600 handles better but not the diffierence that you are claiming, however there is about 35-40 hp difference between mhy two bikes and as to the weight difference there is some but not that much. I can't imagine why someone that claims that has never ridden a liter bike would adivse that you don't really need a liter bike. BTW I started riding on a 1978 Kawasaki Z1R that's a 1000cc bike. The power of my R1 is ADDICTIVE! Once you turn that throttle and you feel that rush you are hooked! I say Ride what you want, as long as it sings to your soul...
GreekGamer 32
600cc or 1000cc for trips travel and streets
02 CBR 954 RR
CBR 954 is 370 lbs
alex gonzalez
If you start on a 250 your wasting your money.. unless you have absolutely NO experience on 2 wheels (Dirtbike) then go with a 600 bike.
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