That the bike will be rather unforgiving in handeling. You cannot flick the 600cc peaky engine bike around like the 250. Still a bit of practice as you sensible work put your hrs on the bike & that will be basically it.
Better, smoother, faster. Takes no prisoners. You'll love it.
R6's have a very paculiar clutch. from the bar, the first 80% of movement do nothing. The next 20% do everything. Makes it very easy to stall the engine. Just be carefull at first, everything is real touchy.
Bikes are all a bit different in the clutch control lever. Do not sweat over it for you will adapt to what is on your bike immediately. With three sportbikes they are all a bit different yet I ride them, like one at a time, once or twice a week.
As owner of a m/c shop & also the mechanic I was handeling customers strange set-up to even foot clutch & hand gear change systems along with different foot shift & hand shift patterns, so really not much of a problem as it is a part of m/cing & always makes things more interesting.
running the bike out of oil is considered operator error, not manufacture defect. Good luck w/that. The shop that will warantee it must keep the parts removed for a period of years for any type's of inspections by the franchise. Also they must fill out a warantee claim that completely details the problem. The dealer will not warantee it if they feel the franchise will deny the claim cause they won't get paid.