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Old 10-30-2012, 12:55 PM   #31
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^ lol, when my buddy brought his new 999 home his wife looked at him and said " wtf? it's broken already??" LOL also liking the fact the 848's have a wet clutch ;)
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Yep, want a liter bike for my next.

If I go new, it'll be the BMW S1000RR. Used, either R1 or GSXR1k
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^ lol, when my buddy brought his new 999 home his wife looked at him and said " wtf? it's broken already??" LOL also liking the fact the 848's have a wet clutch ;)
LOL! The 999's were probably the hideous bike they've made as well ... but Ducati

I heard a lot of negative things about the RSV4 but also heard amazing feed back as well. But also heard of 848 tanks expanding :|

There's so many amazing bikes out these days. It's going to be a hard decision when the time comes.
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lol, yeah i know. It's just the daily driver/ergo's/ parts, maintencance costs that are neg's for me :P But part of me would still love one. NEED to do the Ducati Ride Day next spring
yes we do!!! as far as i know GP bikes still has their demo 848 stealth for sale. less then 1500km comes with a new bike warranty as it has not been registered yet.

get vtec out on a bike eh......... is that mofo just cager cruising since he got his new wheels?

haha.
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If you want a no hassle speed machine then go with 1000rr.

If you want something different, unique and a torque monster the 1x98 is your bike.

If you have money then the 1199 is for you.

I've put extensive kms on a 1000rr and currently own a 1098. I can answer questions on both these bikes.
Have you ridden a 1199(did you hear about Carlos Checa's test ride witht the R?) what would you get, 1199(red) or 1198s(white, red frame)? and how much KM have you put on the 1000rr before getting it service? I know with Ducati's you've got the 1k service, the 3k and etc.

I want a ducati because of the grunt/ looks. The first think I seen/ heard one, I knew I wanted one. But the services are kinda making me think twice, because when I buy a bike I'll ride it LOTS! I'm not thinking about keeping the kms low, like some rides or owners of any motorcycle/ vehicles.

But post a pic of the Ducati
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Only liter bike I'm considering is a 999. My next bike, if I don't find a better deal on a 749
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I am disgusted at all this non 1000RR talk

Too many people following their heart over the MIND!!

John McGuiness, Casey Stoner, hate to break it to you but they ride Honda...

The John McGuiness The Repsol models is super sick and :| Castrol!!!! I will probably end up getting an 1000rr because I'm not loaded and probably can't afford the maintenance fees but a Ducati lol!
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If I was buying a 4cyl liter bike, I'd get a CBR for sure.
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bike looks insano! but I don't like lots of carbon.
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I think the question to ask is why do you want a liter bike? Unless for some reason you absolutely need the top end speed, then the 600 can do everything a 600 can. Just last month I met a racer at Willow Springs' big track. That track is known for speed. This guys was racing there for 6 years on various bikes. He said his lap time on a 600 was faster than 1000! I know it is hard to believe. But I've heard similar stories before.
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And don't forget, you'll go through tires faster with a 1000 cc.
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I'm so happy with my 600. Don't think il ever bother getting a liter. Especially the CBR 1000rr. Personally my opinion after 07 the look just went downhill. I think the 08 and up models are so ugly
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How do you harness all the power of a liter bike on the streets? I can see people getting one for track duties, but seems a little overkill for the streets. I'm perfectly happy with my 600. May be one day an S1000RR would be in my garage, but it would be there for look more than anything else.
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Have ridden the zx10r, s1000rr and rc8r recently. The Kim is a great motor on the street. Friend has one and it draws a crowd. Since my bike is my daily driver I would be concerned that since its so limited parts might be harder to come by. Maybe I am wrong. Also it's pricey and not sure how resale would be if I needed to sell it. Hard to beat Honda. Don't see many ducs getting built for Isle of Man and that 7500 mile valve service isn't quick to do therefore pricey. I also drawn to new 636 and Daytona 675R.

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I myself have never wanted a liter bike. Yes I've owned two buells but they don't really fall into the liter bike category. I'm 6'1" 190 lbs with out gear and I've never been able to out ride my 600 bikes. And I've only ever had a hand full of liter bikes out run me on the track. So I will never consider trading up to a 1000cc bike. No need for a big bike.
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hey if its of any value.....i had a 2010 zx-10r. that thing was a BEAST. i went back to a 600rr because of the fact it was waayy to much bike for the street. if you want a litre bike i would consider getting one of those. quite honestly the only way i would ride one of those again is if i stretch it and race it in the quarter mile. honestly take it from me....third gear, hundred miles an hour you can still pull that front wheel up. found that out by mistake
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I myself have never wanted a liter bike. Yes I've owned two buells but they don't really fall into the liter bike category. I'm 6'1" 190 lbs with out gear and I've never been able to out ride my 600 bikes. And I've only ever had a hand full of liter bikes out run me on the track. So I will never consider trading up to a 1000cc bike. No need for a big bike.
It's not always about who can outrun who on what bike.

Riding a literbike on the track is fun. Since most of us aren't getting paid to be on the track having fun is important.

I agree that most of us will be faster around a track on a 600. But I do enjoy twisting the throttle on a literbike on the straights.
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Not a litre bike, but a 675R maybe. The 11-12 model. So sexy and so fun.
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I don't think it is bad looking.

Hell, the 675R got a **** ton uglier. At least Honda didn't go that direction.
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Not a litre bike, but a 675R maybe. The 11-12 model. So sexy and so fun.
DynastySS, I seen that you couldn't make up your mind about the 675R, lol!!!!!!

But I personally think the 675R looks like crap compared to the any 600rr model/ year.

And I've read on a number of forums of dudes who used to ride 600rr (still do) and some who have never looked back (RSV4, DUCATI, BMW, 1000RR forums).
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Absolutely I do. After I get back from my deployment next year I'm probably going to pick up a '13 Repsol 1000rr to go along with my '12 600rr.
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I always wanted a 1000 then I went on a group ride. Smoked all the 1000's in the canyons, and realized what an amazing bike I already have :)
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I have had a many bikes. I am on the 08 1000rr right now and love it. When i had my 07 cbr600rr i loved it but always had my eye on the 1000rr.

I loved the look of the 081k from the day i saw it. So for me the 600 was just a good step along the way.

The only thing i would rather have is the new s1000rr HP4 and thats not going to happen
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I had a 07 1000rr for a while a few years back. Hands down the best all around bike ive ever owned.
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The real question is why do you think you need a liter bike. The 600 is plenty fast and great mobility. Unless you are bothered at track days by the liter bikes passing you on the straights, then don't get a liter bike. Insurance is more. You go over 100 in streets without even noticing it and get tickets.
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Mad Matt, that is one sick R1. Do let us know how it rides.

I guess for those of us who have never ridden a 1000, we have to try it out to make an informed decision. I can't decide yet since I have only ridden my RR. I look forward to owning a 1000 someday, but don't know if I will end up keeping it or not. You probably cant go wrong with the Blade. The ZX-10R I hear handles very well and isnt heavy at all compared to other liter bikes. So many great options out there.
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Mad Matt, that is one sick R1. Do let us know how it rides.

I guess for those of us who have never ridden a 1000, we have to try it out to make an informed decision. I can't decide yet since I have only ridden my RR. I look forward to owning a 1000 someday, but don't know if I will end up keeping it or not. You probably cant go wrong with the Blade. The ZX-10R I hear handles very well and isnt heavy at all compared to other liter bikes. So many great options out there.
Thanks mate, i love her even though ive only put 100 miles on since buying it...

The R1 isn't the best litre bike out there, its probably the slowest and heaviest but for me it looks far better than all the others. The under tail pipes are a must and from the front it looks like an evil alien type of insect... I could have got any litre bike but the R1 is what i wanted..

Currently im having some upgrades on it and have only had the bike in my possession for a week the rest of the time its been spent at the dealers.

Ive not mentioned this before but it was stolen the last time i rode it. I took it out for a last spin before putting her to be, i was out for an hour then pulled up outside my house. I went inside to take my helmet and gloves off and to unlock my back gate, all this took about a minuet but when i went back outside the bike was gone.

To cut a long story short 3 youngish guy's had pushed it away, myself and a friend found it 2 hours later stashed in a small woods on a park. There was damage, they had forced it between two concrete bollards causing damage to both side fairings and the had pulled on the ignition wires. I sent it back to the dealers and they told me the ignition aerial was fvcked so that had to be replaced with the fairings....

I decided last week that as it was winter here now i would have other work carried out. Two new Akra cans, tail tidy, rear cowl, cat removal, and now she has arrived in Nottingham for a complete new paint job. Ive always loved the yellow swan colours below is a picture of what it will look like when done. Sadly i wont get it back till February but i wouldn't of been riding until March at the earliest anyway...
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