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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-28-2006, 05:32 PM Thread Starter
 
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Please HELP ME!!!

Ok im new to the 600 class, used to ride 1000's and what not, but for the money the 06 600RR tribal orange just made me buy it!!! Ok heres what it boils down to i got like a spare 3 or 4,000$$$$$ to spend on this bad boy. My mission is to made the baddest mofo around! But can this be done? Am i wasting my money? Should i just buy a 1000 again?? But i really like this 600rr the handling weight and everything i love, so want to keep but if it aint worth nothin then i dont want to dump a bunch of money for nuthin. so your help will be much appreciated, thx guys
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-28-2006, 06:21 PM
 
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Honestly besides a full exhaust system and a PC there is not much that you can do to improve the performance of a bike. They are built to be the best that they can be from the factory, and there is not much you can buy to increase performance.
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By the sound of it you should have bought a liter bike again. If you're just looking for straight line hauls a$$ speed the 600RR is fast but it's not a liter bike. But if you're putting it on the track then buy some gear and some track days. You won't need anymore power out of this bike for awhile. The stock 600RR is plenty for all but the fastest of riders as most can't use 75% of the bike capabilities let alone 100%.


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What did you do to it already? I am assuming nothing and when you say you wanna make it bad, I assume you also want to mod it to death so here ya go:

1. Exhaust
2. Power commander
3. Turn signals
4. Rims (this will probably eat half of what you got left)
5. Fender Eliminator
6. Windscreen
7. Grips
8. Steering Dampener
9. Boots, Helmet, and other gear (This really should be #1)
10. HID Headlights
11. What else????

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gearing changes will help quite a bit on the 600rr. there is LOTS you can do to make it a even better package.

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Full exhaust, PC3, gearing, and suspension upgrades will give you the best results. Also shaving up any extra weight will help.
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Man, this is a stupid post...

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Man, this is a stupid post...

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Next time just keep that to yourself. It doesn't help anyone to post that. You realize this is his first post so cut the guy some slack.


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post #9 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-29-2006, 11:41 AM
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Buy a speedo healer and some sprockets and play around with the gearing. I just did the 15/45 520 conversion and wow what a difference. Besides that add a pipe, power commander, and velocity stacks and dyno it. then do what the other guys said, shave some weight, upgrade the suspension, add a steering damper and maybe some wheels and crg levers(mainly for pimp factor) and you will have a bike you never want to change up.

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spend your $$$ on a full HRC kit & you'll see how a 600RR can fly.


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HRC ECU AMA spec
HRC radiator
Electrex World race alternator
WP 4618 rear shock
WP 1508 steering damper
Ohlins 9.0N fork springs
Overrev tuned fork cartridges
Akrapovic Evo Carbon FS
Dynojet PCV WB2 POD300
BMC race air filter
AFAM 15/47 sprockets
DID VX2 520 gold chain
Brembo 19RCS MC
HEL brakelines
Euro Racing riser plates & lever
HM Plus quickshifter
EVR CTS slipper clutch
BST CF wheels
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turbo that bitch or NOS.. hahaha jk
full exhaust
PC
wheels - cost alot...but u can sell your old one back to cut the cost
vstack
gearing
add aerodaynamic stuff like windshield.
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