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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-26-2003, 01:06 AM Thread Starter
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Arrow Pics of my Black R6

as promised.
Think i need to get some better ones as a few didnt turn out.





03 Yamaha YZF-R6 - [email protected] (1.85 60')
96 Kawasaki ninja ZX-6R - [email protected] (2.09 60')
99 TurboTransAm - 512/536, [email protected] (2.06 60')
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Talking Ooooooooh ---- Ahhhhhhhhhhh!

It's pertie


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that bike just looks pissed off..... i love it do you think a beginner could handle an older r6 such as a 98 or 99? that bike is killer man, take care of it.

94 Z28 Camaro..... yes its fast :)
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that bike just looks pissed off..... i love it do you think a beginner could handle an older r6 such as a 98 or 99? that bike is killer man, take care of it.
The R6 is not reccomended for beginner riders. -- By popular opinion.

* The R6 was released for '99. (USA)


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that bike just looks pissed off..... i love it do you think a beginner could handle an older r6 such as a 98 or 99? that bike is killer man, take care of it.
I think a 600 is a good bigginer bike and good keeper bike.

anything smaller youd be unhappy with it to soon
plus a 600 has plenty of balls. THis is my second 600.

I would just get a used bike, no sense in buying a new one with a good probability youll drop it.

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99 TurboTransAm - 512/536, [email protected] (2.06 60')
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(sigh) i figured yall would say that. ive been looking into the yzf600r i just wanted to make sure i wouldnt get tired of it soon after i bought it. thanks for the help!!

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The R6 is not reccomended for beginner riders. -- By popular opinion.

* The R6 was released for '99. (USA)
It was my first bike...Although I'm glad I took the MSF Course! I wouldn't have been able to ride it off the lot without taking the course. I've never wrecked it, but only dropped it in the driveway afew times


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Dude, that bike ownz! black, the flames, all I can say is damn!
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Awesome bike too bad I prefer The ONE. You got to love the paint job though.

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nice bike.... have fun and be safe with it..


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