DUDE...What was the site??? You can't just post info like that without sources my man. I wanna read! Really though, let us know what site that was when you get a chance. Later on bro...!2000VFR said:I saw a post on another site where all three bikes were tested, R6, gixxer and F4i. The F4i dynoed at 107.7rwhp the gixxer was like 103rwhp.
Well I be damned, he's alive!!!cbr600f4gd said:
It's about time you got off the Happy High Honda Horse of yours. Hondas are just to damn happy for me.cbr600f4gd said:
Uhh... don't you have a 929? Sure, 99% of us would lap a track faster on a 600, but there are benefits to having "more than enough" power. Wanna pass that semi? on your 600, downshift 2-3 time and rocket past. On your 900+, roll it on and rocket past. On the track, the big bikes give you a wider selection of gears to be in so you can concentrate on other things (like that RC51 parked in the turn ahead of you...heh). But you already know the big draw of a big bore: ADDICTIVE ACCELERATION! Yes, it is a GREAT time to be a sport rider!Rossco929 said:[QUOTEAs for the Gixxer 1000, all those ponies are useles except in a straight line. The R1 and 929 already have more power than you can put down into, around, and out of a corner. Both those bikes have enough power to spin the back wheel (if you are not careful), or loft the front out of a corner which means they are putting as much power to the ground as can be put to the gournd, except in a straight line. Do you guys buy these bikes to go fast in a straight line? I don't.
[Edited by Rossco929 on 01-11-2001 at 07:34 PM]