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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-19-2004, 01:42 PM Thread Starter
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Good place for a used YZF R6?

anyone know a good place to buy a used R6, preferably 2003?

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-19-2004, 02:18 PM
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ebay or a dealership or cycletrader. i would still get an older bike then a 2003 to learn on

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what do you suggest?
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Suzuki SV650 is a very popular first bike.

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early to late 90s cbr, early to late 90s sixxer, svsix50, early to late 90s ninja.

starting around 01 the bikes started to get some nice power, come 03 bikes started to get insane, and this is coming from a guy who stepped up to a 1000RR from a F3

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hmmm...
thanks for the info man.


one question: what about yamaha's ? --too difficult to control?

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well the Rsix i think came around 99 and i think those models had soem tranny issues. not a bad bike. they did make a yamaha it was called fzr or the yzsix00r where as the rsix is known as YZRsix00

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