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2007 CBR600rr All Black, tons of Custom

I really like this bike, and I've just recently put alot into it. Clean clear title in hand. 3900 miles.

But, I've never owned a liter bike and I'd really like to try one out.
I'm not looking to sell this bike. I want to trade it for one of these:
-GSXR 1000R
-CBR1000rr
-CBR9xx?
-Triumph speed triple
-Yamaha R1
-RC51
-Ducati Superbike
-Maybe a ZX10

See the build thread on this bike here:
https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.php?t=132850


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Tell what none of the other liter bikes will get close to the awesomeness
of the 600RR except the 08 1000RR just do yourself a favor and really
think of the reasons you got to have a liter bike

Will these reasons equal in value to the dough you will loose by selling or trading this black beauty of yours , the dough spent on extra payments , extra insurance
extra traffic violations i am not telling you what to do i am just giving you
a different prespective to investigate before hand best of luck either way



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Thanks Moeman, have you owned both? If so, I'd really like to hear why the 600 is so much better, maybe I can convince myself I'm not missing anything :)
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my pop owns a 1krr and i prefer the 600 its much more nimble. you can trow into turns way nicer, and has plenty of power. imo

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you should get on a 1000rr net and talk to them and see why the decided to go to the 1k

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Thanks Moeman, have you owned both? If so, I'd really like to hear why the 600 is so much better, maybe I can convince myself I'm not missing anything :)

I have not owned both but on public roads the 600 has plenty of enough
power to get any one in trouble regardless of the driver's skill on the race track its totally a different ball game and even there the 600 is much more
fun talk to niner1000RR (site member ) he owns both bikes he will tell
you honestly what he thinks about both bikes



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not sure if youre gonna keep it but just in case... price??
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just up for trade bro
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I've had a 04 600rr and a 06 1000rr. I liked the 1000rr better. To me the 1000 just felt more stable, and the extra grunt was nice for me since i'm a bigger guy. Doesn't seem like you have to run through the gears in town as much on the 1000. I miss my 1000 real bad, and would still have it if it hadn't of got stolen. I bought a bike I could just pay cash for an F4i because I was wanting a boat. As soon as soon as the boats paid off I'm gettin another 1000rr. And thats my story

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to be honest i dont think anyone has a real need to get a liter bike for the street... its more of a "i just want it"



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Bike looks great man! I know out here in Southern AZ a liter bike is tempting with all the straight open roads we have. But I would keep the 600rr and enjoy the hell out of it. A short trip gets you to the nice twisties of Arivaca Rd, Mount Lemmon, etc. I have had my GSXR750 for over a year now and still do not enjoy it nearly as much as my 600rr.

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