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post #1 of 472 (permalink) Old 11-18-2006, 01:13 PM Thread Starter
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2006 600rr Price?

So I really like my friends Honda 600... How much should I offer for an 06 600rr? Its silver and brand new. The dealer is asking 8799 for it. Ive ridden a few 1K's and the Duck, and I still like the little 600 b/c of its agility.
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Wait for the 07 man Honda seems too have gotten there shit together.

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Wait for the 07 man Honda seems too have gotten there shit together.
They claimed the 07 might not arrive until March... and then I would be less likely to get a good deal. This would be the first bike that I actually owned, so I'm not totally worried about having the latest/greatest... At the same time, I don't want someone else's scratch/dent piece.
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Personally man i would buy a Suzuki or Yami thats just me man.


But too each is there own, i love my trackday's and i love the way this Yami handles now that i had Scott @ cyclewerkz do my suspension set-up.

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Personally man i would buy a Suzuki or Yami thats just me man.


But too each is there own, i love my trackday's and i love the way this Yami handles now that i had Scott @ cyclewerkz do my suspension set-up.
I think I would go Kawi or Yami, the Zuk and Honda's put down the lowest numbers of all the Jap 600's.
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I think I would go Kawi or Yami, the Zuk and Honda's put down the lowest numbers of all the Jap 600's.

Yes because a 3.6 hp difference at peak between the lowest and highest middleweight bikes should be the deciding factor for a newb.



On that dyno the GSXR out dyno'd the R6.


IMO a modern 600ss is too agressive of a bike for a beginner. Yes, of course you can be safe and all that bull shit. I also know this is dfwstangs where everyone can ride highchair wheelies on their bottl'd ZX-14 and drag knee while talking on their cell-phone. I just think you progess MUCH faster as a rider if you start out on less of a bike, but this the home to the supersized ego and undersized brain. I'm not directing this rant at you, it's just a pre-emptive strike for the knuckle draggers who will disagree with me.

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Actually i can drag Knee and talk on the phone as long as it's a ear peice.

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Yes because a 3.6 hp difference at peak between the lowest and highest middleweight bikes should be the deciding factor for a newb.



On that dyno the GSXR out dyno'd the R6.


IMO a modern 600ss is too agressive of a bike for a beginner. Yes, of course you can be safe and all that bull shit. I also know this is dfwstangs where everyone can ride highchair wheelies on their bottl'd ZX-14 and drag knee while talking on their cell-phone. I just think you progess MUCH faster as a rider if you start out on less of a bike, but this the home to the supersized ego and undersized brain. I'm not directing this rant at you, it's just a pre-emptive strike for the knuckle draggers who will disagree with me.
Hey man, some people like to go fast and others take YOUR advice.

And just for the record I would never post a dynograph unless it was my own and I knew all the condtions. this just in "Magazines are biased and fall to sponsorship $$"
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btw ive yet too get drug by a 600rr so i suppose 2hp does make a difference.:P


wait there was that 1 time errr but that was rider error.

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btw ive yet too get drug by a 600rr so i suppose 2hp does make a difference.:P


wait there was that 1 time errr but that was rider error.
Goose your such a dickhead.

I just wanted to say that, don't mean it, from Top Gun. haha
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Thanks Mav.....

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Hmmm interesting.. They told me, "this is one of the only 600rr's around so we're trying to get 87 for it." That was the response after I asked them the bottom dollar on it. I said, ok I guess you answered my question bye bye.

So I kicked a few more tires today and I am leaning on the Yamaha....
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In all seriousness man what are you looking for out this bike?

1.Casual ride around town having fun?
2. Street and Track "Cresson" not Kennedale.

ive ridden all 3 bikes on the track and i am biased towards my Yama but if i was too buy another one it would be a Gixxer..but brand new im going with the 06 R6 hands down.

If your looking for a Yami you can find 05 around $7k.

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So I rode my friends 05 R1 out to MotoLiberty tonight.... that's what I'm getting. I originally thought that I favored the agility of the smaller bikes being a "newb." After today I decided the liter is where its at. I actually had one of these on when I took the helmet off.

Bikes I have ridden.
1. 03 R1..... quick, pretty nice but a little rough.
2. 02 CBR600 F4i..... slow, agile, comfortable.
3. Ducati 749.. piece of shit heavy turd.
4. 05 R1.. bad ass. I had ridden it before but it took riding these other bikes to realize how much I really liked it.

I have kicked plenty of tires and I don't like the feel of the other liters out there. Of course that is my opinion.. I don't like the looks of the kawasaki so they are out of the question.

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Hey man, some people like to go fast and others take YOUR advice.

And just for the record I would never post a dynograph unless it was my own and I knew all the condtions. this just in "Magazines are biased and fall to sponsorship $$"
I like to see people enjoy the hobby and stick with it for the long term. For a newb to the bike scene 5hp isn't going to make a difference. Why not tell him to get a turbo'd ZX-14, why waste time on a puny liter or lowly 600???

It's been my observation over the last 7 years that people who start on less of bike progress faster as riders and stick with the hobby. No matter how fast something is in a straight line, you always get used to it. Think about the first time you made a pass in something quick or drove something quick. At one time something that went 13's felt quick and fun. After you've been riding (or owned a really powerful car) especially liters, something that runs 13's feels dog slow.

It seems most guys who start on really fast bikes, whether it be a liter or a late-model 600SS, they get used to the straight line speed rather quickly, but never really seem to have much confidence under heavy braking and don't have much mid corner speed, more so the liter guys than the 600 guys, but I really don't feel like modern 600ss are beginner friendly, but that's not really the point. They seem to be the same guys that say they don't like putting it down through a corner or riding wheelies. Maybe that's true, but riding with those types, it seems more like they can't do it rather than they don't enjoy it and their ego won't let them be honest. These same guys usually don't put many miles on a bike and rarely will ever own more than one. They never learn to handle the machine, they get used to the straight line speed, and they leave the hobby. I've seen it happen time and time again.


Bias, make all the accusations you wish, but I will trust a dynograph over someones oppinion on a messageboard anyday.

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Dyno's my friend arent always accurate and that's a whole other debate. My first bike was a 600 and i progressed fine on the bike now take it for granted i had a group of great guy's teaching me some are RideSmart instructors . But if your level headed you will be fine on a 600.

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best bike in the class IMO, after all the reading ive done and opinions ive heard. i really want one and will purchase one depending on the deal i find and funds available to me. any other help with good deal locations would be appreciated, thanks stunter bob
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ill hit up all you guys so we can go riding....look at this motard pic i found, the site i got it from said on the "willow creek course" this 426 was able to keep up with an R1



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look at this motard pic i found, the site i got it from said on the "willow creek course" this 426 was able to keep up with an R1

On a tighter track, motards can spank sportbikes. They can brake WWWAAAYYY deeper, lean farther, and back it in to faster lines than a sportbike could dream of.

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Have you considered the KTM SM bikes? That 950SM looks like a lot of fun, or the 525 with a SM conversion would be a nice choice if you're looking for something smaller and lighter.
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Have you considered the KTM SM bikes? That 950SM looks like a lot of fun, or the 525 with a SM conversion would be a nice choice if you're looking for something smaller and lighter.
950 is a little much for my tiny ass. and id just like something i can out of the box have fun on and be street legal. any other suggestions will be noted and considered.
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I think I sawsome dealers closing out New 06 CBR600RRs for around $8499.

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wait for the 07 600rr in white....its an eye catcher
Yep, I sat on it at the show... looks much better in person than on the website!!
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950 is a little much for my tiny ass. and id just like something i can out of the box have fun on and be street legal. any other suggestions will be noted and considered.
Alot of dealers have 525's sitting on the showroom floor already converted for SM. If it's not registered for the street yet they can get that done easily.
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Replacing a swing arm?

I'm trying to help a friend do some stuff to his bike....

Should we even bother cutting the stock chain? Does he need to get a new one to put on the replacement swing arm? Are there special tools needed or can you home make/mcgyver them? How do you align the rear tire when done? How much slack does the chain need?
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What kind of bike?

The swing arm pivot bolt could be a challenge w/o an impact, and also may be inverted, ie hex, requring an allen (like on a 954).

As far as the chain, the master link can be removed/destroyed, and then replaced w/ a new master when reassembling. If the chain is in good condition, no need to replace it.

As far as wheel alignment, modern bikes come with spacers from the factory, so outside of putting it back like you found it the spacing is not adjustable.

on Chain slack, I like 3/4" up to down, and a freely spinning rim. Its an eyeball thing.

Look over all the fastners to prepare, and then approach the swap, don't start it w/o all the tools avail or you'll be pissed fast.

Also I assume you have some means to support the frame while you remove the swingarm? I'd sugest ratchet/pulley/chain setup to the roof/rafters or something similar or secure. An engine puller works well for this too, thats what I use when doing extreme disassembly on a bike.


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Don't replace the chain unless you replace the sprockets. If your not keeping the bike, and the chain looks really bad, replace it but, a new chain and used sprockets will make the new chain wear 3x as fast.

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Its on a 2005 R1. I have the swing arm right now, its a take off from another 2005 with 1000miles. Supposedly it was being "parted" out but I didnt ask too many questions. They said it wasn't wrecked and the arm looks perfect. I have a front stand. I plan on putting jackstands under the footrests.
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DAMN! Thats all there is to say about that...looks like a tough ass race!

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