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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-30-2002, 12:08 PM Thread Starter
 
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1992 Fzr600 Limited

It is a limited addition Vance and Hines with 20,000 miles he wants $2,200 for it should I buy Iam a new rider If any guys know on how it handles and if it is fast let me know please

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-30-2002, 12:37 PM
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I learned how to ride on a 92 FZR 600. It's a great bike which I think you'll find plenty fast for your needs. 2200 isn't a bad price, worth seeing if you can get a little more knocked off but prolly won't have too much luck.
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So how does it handle and what about the speed can it keep up with the new bikes
he said he will take 1,900 or 1,800 so I think I will get the bike
how fast did you get the one you was riding on.

Could it do Wheelies

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It'll go over 130. If you learn to actually ride the thing, you'll be able to keep up with anybody on the street. I say go for it if it runs/looks OK.
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I think 1800 would be a great deal if its in good shape. I agree with Tristan too, you'll be able to keep up with everything when you become a good rider. Sure it could wheelie, you can wheelie most anything if you know what you're doing I think, heck I've seen videos with Goldwing's wheelieing. I just learned how to do wheelies on my F2 a couple weeks ago, it's really not that hard if you read up on how to do it and give it a couple tries. I'd have to advise against doing them though, learn how to become a good rider before trying stunts.
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Oh yea, the one I was riding wasn't mine so I never pushed it. Got up to about 70-75 when I was riding with the owner on his other bike. But it can definately push 130+, much faster than anyone technically needs to be able to go.
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Thanks For the help everbody if any more advice please tell and I will listen
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