Dude, I wish you well, but that's not too bright to come on a forum like this telling us you're new to riding, how you want a new 600, but that you don't like the fact that the 6R is unstable over 120 mph. OVER 120 mph?!
Man, put your donkey before the cart, and learn to ride first. Your 'friends' are going to get you killed, instead of teaching you how to ride and be responsible.
I don't blame you and I'm not picking on you, as I think a fair amount of the guys on here were that way back in the day(guys? some support?
), myself included. We all care a lot about the new riders and I know for me personally, I don't like to hear this stuff as I know what hapens to 4 out of 5 of these riders. I live in a no-helmet state and it makes me cringe every time I see these guys on liter bikes doing wheelies and racing with a baseball cap on backwards with sunglasses....that's their idea of head protection.
You want to get scared? I knew 2 young riders, one 17, one 18. These are true stories. The 17 year old had a bad wreck racing....bad. Did it stop him? No. Once the pins came out of his leg and arm, he was back out racing. Within 3 weeks, he was back in the hospital with 2 broken legs, and the doctors told him that he would be in a wheelchair by 35 with severe arthritis, and that he would have trouble gaining an erection due to the amount of damage to his pelvic region and the internal injuries. Can you imagine not being able to get hard at 17? That SUCKED.
The 18 year old? He wrecked badly, and once his broken back healed, he was back out racing again like his idiot friend. What happened? He broke both his arms and reinjured his back and had to walk around like a scarecrow. Why? Because he only had money for the bike insurance, but not health insurance. He couldn't afford to go to the hospital to get his arms fixed. The morning I saw him, he looked like he was carrying a broom over both shoulders. We asked him how he functioned and he said that that morning in the shower, he had bent one of his arms the wrong way and the pain was so intense that it made him throw up. Can you imagine throwing up out of pain? And just think: he couldn't brace himself when he threw up in the shower, so when he went to grab something, it was even more painful and he threw up again. He thought he would fall down and REALLY get hurt and that thought scared him so much that he crapped himself in the shower. Yeah, we laughed a little, but after he left, we all said "Dude, I don't even know WHAT I would do if I were in that position."
I am done rambling on here......somebody kick my soapbox out from under me.