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    2008 Yamaha R6 for sale

    A 600 is more fun on the track, manageable, but take some getting use to just like anything.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AK4037 View Post
    Let's do it!

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    Im gonna send you my girls phone number, will you tell her its ok also? LMAO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oneg808 View Post
    Im gonna send you my girls phone number, will you tell her its ok also? LMAO
    Lol! I'll do it for you buddy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AK4037 View Post
    You know whats better than 2 R1's? 2 R1's and a R6!

    Pro's:
    1: You won't crash you beautiful R1 at the track
    2: Your corner speed will increase
    3: it's a hell of a lot cheaper to crash ( hope that doesn't happen)

    Cons: Not a Gosh damn one.🤣


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    Quote Originally Posted by AK4037 View Post
    You know whats better than 2 R1's? 2 R1's and a R6!

    Pro's:
    1: You won't crash you beautiful R1 at the track
    2: Your corner speed will increase
    3: it's a hell of a lot cheaper to crash ( hope that doesn't happen)

    Cons: Not a Gosh damn one.��


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    Cons: the entire time you are on the track, you are thinking...."If I only had my R1...."

    After riding my R1 on the track, I did not like downgrading to a 600, yes its fun but so many advantages to the 1000.
    2009 Yellow/Blue Yamaha R1

    People always say to man up and grow some balls, balls are vulnerable.....man up and grow a vagina, those things can take a pounding!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slimer View Post
    Cons: the entire time you are on the track, you are thinking...."If I only had my R1...."

    After riding my R1 on the track, I did not like downgrading to a 600, yes its fun but so many advantages to the 1000.
    This is true. The power is addictive on a liter bike, but the feeling of passing guys on liter bikes with your 600....PRICELESS

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    Quote Originally Posted by AK4037 View Post
    but the feeling of passing guys on liter bikes with your 600....PRICELESS

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    I have a similar feeling passing guys on a big naked bike that sounds like a landcaster bomber about to land on top of you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AK4037 View Post
    This is true. The power is addictive on a liter bike, but the feeling of passing guys on liter bikes with your 600....PRICELESS

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    YES!
    It makes me feel good to out brake and stay in front of a 1000 for a while.


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    Quote Originally Posted by booger View Post
    YES!
    It makes me feel good to out brake and stay in front of a 1000 for a while.
    Yes, yes you do that quite well booger!
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    2008 Yamaha R6 for sale

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