:handclap congrats, you don't know anything :blahblahbwell...The r6s has NO performance to it and a little style....
the R6 "s" is the '03-'04 model not the '05...the 2005 had the inverted forks and radial mounted brakes..:2centsI use to sell Yamahas, for about five years. Basically, the R6"S" was the R6 until 2006, when a new "track" focused model was introduced as the R6.
lol, no i have a 2008 r6R, i was just sayin you're making ignorant statements that you have no right to be making...and how are you going to say that they have no performance at all??? older technology, yes, but no performance AT ALL? ridiculous...it's not the bike dude, it's the rider.I take you have an r6s....r6s's have NO performance at all..I have nothing against the r6s..if you like the r6s ..its cool..but if you want performance and style and and being a little uncomfortable on long rides then the r6 is your choice..remember Ben Bostum had a very sucessful championship winning 2008 season. Sporting the Yamaha YFZ-R6 ...NOT an r6s...nothing personal..
well said...:thumbupIt's so cute the way little boys whose mommies are paying for their bikes think they know everything about bikes now.
Yes, Bostrom (and all professional racers) rides an R6V. Why? Because as a professional racer he can actually exploit the differences between the S and the V at a full race pace. You can't.
For you, the S would be a better bike. It is more comfortable, more stylish, and it has more midrange, which is far more useful for street riding than an extra 5 hp at redline. But, I guess you think the V is more stylish, because you're blind I guess, and someone told you it was faster. Any time you're ready to find out how much faster an S can be than you are you are welcome to come out to the track and I'll be happy to show you.