Insurance is a mother. My suggestion is that when you know what model you want, go to the dealer and get the VIN from a bike of that model. Call the insurance company and get a quote based on that VIN.
The reason? My insurer has quoted me a very high price for race rep's, and specifically the R6. A good friend of ours who might be selling hers to us has the exact same insurer and is getting half the rate as what we were quoted. That's because the VIN is incorrectly set in their computing system as a non-sportbike.
When using a VIN, it tells them exactly what bike it is, so you can't get more accurate than that.
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