Not that I've had enough experience on any of these bikes to warrant an educated opinion, but from what I've read it is 929 all the way. I like the idea of a bike with an engine like that weighing the same (approx.) as my 600. Quite amazing, if you ask me. Not that anyone did
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my Bruthas AND Sistas!!!
[This message has been edited by CBR Brutha (edited June 19, 2000).]
if i could keep my gsxr and fzr, i'd get the 9r. comfy, take the girlfriend on the back, highway rides, and maybe some bracket racing.
if i had to get rid of them both, and i did some occasional track days, but mostly street rode, 929. it has to be more comfy than an r1.
if i had to get rid of them both, i'd probably let my love of the race track fester into my decision, it'd be an r1. the r1 is awesome. but then again, i haven't ridden the 929 yet, anyone wanna let me try theirs out?
00 GSX-R750-yellow & black
88 FZR400-krylon black
Oh R1 ALL the way. Am I biased, HELL no, not at all( ). For me the R1 just delivers the power where I need it most, down low. Most of my best driving is mountain twisties, not a lot of top end required. But for me these are the most fun. I can take my favorite ride in second and third and never see fourth and here the R1 just pours it on!
RLJ3RD ... 98' R1
"The only thing worse than regret is not trying"
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Aril, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by RLJ3RD: I can take my favorite ride in second and third and never see fourth and here the R1 just pours it on!
Love it Bro! Not to mention that you never
beat the bike because you JUST DON'T NEED
TO REV IT!!!
It's nice to have one of the biggest...
I would have to choose the ZX-9R, as there are very few corners around here. And besides, everyone else ride the corners super slow around here anyway. People always give me the "man I wish I had the balls to lean the bike over that far" comment, and I don't even lean it over too far. So around here, I could definately kick some butt on the Kawi. And it comes in such a pretty blue.
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