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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-30-2009, 10:59 PM Thread Starter
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R6 vs R6s?

Some say R6s is better then a R6..vice versa..What do you think is better?.

life is a burrr at 170mph...
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Some say R6s is better then a R6..vice versa..What do you think is better?.
btw i'm in no way sayin that the r6s is better than the r6r...i'm only sayin it's still a great bike.
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they're both great bikes..both have won many races..

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they're both great bikes..both have won many races..

But the previous R6 - R6s "have NO performance". How is it a great bike then? And how did it win many races? Do you hear yourself, buddy?

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The r6s use to be the bike Yamaha used in races until the R6 came out...Buddy..you kids think you know everything just because you got a sport bike..the R6 in the off spring of the R6s..IT had performance for it time...get over it..

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The r6s use to be the bike Yamaha used in races until the R6 came out...Buddy..you kids think you know everything just because you got a sport bike..the R6 in the off spring of the R6s..IT had performance for it time...get over it..

So because its old that means that it doesnt have performance, anymore? LoL... Let me show you a video where 90's bikes prove to have plenty performance against the newest bikes.

And just for the record. Just because a last gen. bike is a bit slower than a current gen. bike, does not mean that it has no performance. Now watch and learn, kid.



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The r6s use to be the bike Yamaha used in races until the R6 came out...Buddy..you kids think you know everything just because you got a sport bike..the R6 in the off spring of the R6s..IT had performance for it time...get over it..

So because its old that means that it doesnt have performance, anymore? LoL... Let me show you a video where 90's bikes prove to have plenty performance against the newest bikes.



And just for the record. Just because a last gen. bike is a bit slower than a current gen. bike, does not mean that it has no performance. Now watch and learn, kid.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSyPk...layer_embedded


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this fool is an idiot...he's going back and restating everything i schooled him on earlier...
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by today's standard's two different bikes. Thats why Yamaha sells them both. R6S is more comfortable and IMO is street to track days as 90:10. For new R6, it is somewhere in the 40 street and 60 track or more. Yamaha adds trick stuff track guys can appreciate and want to pay for. R6S guys I expect won't be spending mucho bucks on track mods.

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IMO the S is the better street bike while the R6 is the better track ride

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