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good2bebad
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cbr 600rr

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iv just sold my cbr600f and got a rr and i have to say within 5mins i was going round corners so much qicker and smother than i have ever done.the handling is amazing.i have only riden 10 bikes or so but i cannot get over how this bike changes direction.i am 6ft tall and i have coverd about 200miles on it so far and all is good,i have read that is was a small bike but i have been fine on it.if i was being picky the seat is alittle hard,but it is a sports bike.i like the note from the standerd pipe but my mate came out with me for a bit on his r1 and i could not hear the rr after that so you diehards will need a new pipe.the brakes where another thing that is worth sayin,thay are brill,no dramers there,havint seen them in the rain yet tho.(didnt get abs).
loving it and cant wait for nw200.

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Must admit the Cbr600rr Urges you to wind it up in the corners and the power is superbly given.i put a gel seat pad on mine it does help but only slightly.

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:stupid

Had mine for 3 years now, fitted it with a akrapovic sp exhaust makes a nice note.Im 6ft 2" as well n find it a fantastic bike to ride.Fitted gel seat is a must though. NW200 nae long now may see you on the road down. :2up

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gel seat,have to look in to that.thanks lads.
:cheers

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Ricky wrote: fitted it with a akrapovic sp exhaust makes a nice note

It's a bit too quiet tho loon :log

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Ricky wrote:
NW200 nae long now may see you on the road down. :2up
:nono your grounded i am going in your place ;) :log

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Had mine 3 years too and also put an akra can on it.

I'm still happy with it but the downside is this bike makes you do things you shouldn't!!
Don't know if yours is the same.

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