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    gsx-r 750

    i'm thinking about picking up a gsx-r 750. anyone familiar with this bike? how is it compared to the top 600's? compared to the gixxer 6? huge difference in power and torque? any opinions are appreciated. thanks

    oh, and which do you think is the better colour scheme? yellow/black or blue/white?

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    Entertainment Poster Guy Array rearwheelrider's Avatar
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    750's are the shiznit.

    what year are you lookin at...tons of us have experience with them.

    imo. i thinkt hey're the only bike to have (zook that is)

    blu/white is the best scheme...looks nice, good resale colour.

    there's a nastybadass difference between 750's and 6hunnys.

    that should just about cover it all.

    oh yeah...whatever bike you buy, go GIXXER!!!!
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    Cat Fight promoter Array GIXXER-SQUID's Avatar
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    You got it all wrong. The colour sceam to go with is erd/silver. GIRLS LIKE RED
    They (750's) wheelie easier too, not that I can do it.

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    p.s. gixxers rule in any size

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    i'm going for an '03

    my only thing about the blue/white scheme is that there are way too many blue bikes out there.....but with the yellow i feel like i'm trying to hard to get noticed.

    i've heard that there isn't a huge difference in power from this years 600's, especially the zx-6r. i am taking the demo out on saturday, so i'll get a better idea i guess. just curious to know.

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    oh and how much does it cost for one of those flush mounts to make it a solo seat? any clue?

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    unfortunately the red/black scheme isn't available on the '03 750

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    Entertainment Poster Guy Array rearwheelrider's Avatar
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    Originally posted by centaur
    oh and how much does it cost for one of those flush mounts to make it a solo seat? any clue?
    the solo seat should come with it. (if you're just talkn about that plastic cover you stick on the ass when you take off the seat)

    Of course there's lots o' blu/whit ones out there...it's cuz it's the shizznit colour!....don't forget you can always cuztomize it

    and as for this "750's aren't much better then 600's ", gimme a break....there's another 1/3 of a bike there.....do you seriously think that it's not goin to make a difference? or that bike manufacturers would waste their time making a two bikes the same but in different cc classes, when they're tryin to get as much power as poss. to win the class that they race in?

    Don't believe everything you hear....find out yourself and know!



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    I've got a 2002 gixxer 750 red/silver/black for sale($10,000). Comes with double bubble, spools, rocket locker bag and a couple of other items. Dollar for dollar it's the best track/street bike IMHO.

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    Is this your first bike? (just sounds like it from the types of questions you are asking)

    If so, you may won't to consider something smaller than a 750...that's a lot of bike for a beginner. There's a great thread (floating around somewhere) that TeeTee stared about newbie bikes.

    If it's not your first bike...what else have you been riding? (so we know what to compare it to when describing the differences) They're great bikes...litre bike power (well, litre bikes from a couple of years ago) and the handling of a 600.

    What will you be using the bike for? Is it just to get around town? Or lots of long-haul/highway trips? Trackdays? We gotta know what you want, before blindly saying. "Yes, this is a great bike for you." Pretty much all the sportbikes out there are great bikes but it depends on what you'll be using it for.

    BTW - the blu/wht ones are the slowest.
    Maybe Mediocre
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    dude if you get one
    you HAVE to get the yellow/black because it rocks
    i was going to get it until i pussyed out and got a 600 but my kawi rocks

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    The gixxer 750 is the best bike for the money. It's easy to get carried away on one but any newer sportbike is. I like the blue and white over the yellow and black (red IS best). They are a very common bike. You can buy almost anything for them to customize as there were 3 bikes of that body style. The 600 is no slouch but you can buy pretty much the same bike with the 750 except you have a bit more power all the way through the revs. Well worth the extra you pay as you don't pay extra for insurance.

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    Get off a 2000+ GSXR750 and jump on a GSXR600 and it'll feel slow.

    But if this is ur first sportsbike go for a Six. It'll teach you have to keep the revs up on the track. If you start with a big bike you won't progess as fast. You'll become a lazy rider.

    As for you all you guys with the 03' 600s and think it's got 750 power get up cause you've just wet ur beds....
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    Je ne suis pas Francais Array nutcracker's Avatar
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    Originally posted by rearwheelrider
    there's another 1/3 of a bike there
    Actually it's 1/4

    The Gixxer 750 will be my next bike , IMHO it's the best compromise of power and not scaring the shit out of you. 600's lack a little power and 1000 is too fucking much. I wish Kawi would come with a brand new 750 but they won't so my next bike is the gixxer 750. Go for it
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    Entertainment Poster Guy Array rearwheelrider's Avatar
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    Originally posted by nutcracker
    Actually it's 1/4

    BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!
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    Originally posted by rearwheelrider
    BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!
    LOL
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