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2004 Suzuki GSXR-600 Sportbike Review

A little of my experience. I grew up on motorcycles, dirtbikes and streetbikes. I do not see myself as a pro but I have some decent skills. I do not trick or show off. My bike is a convenient, fast, economical and fun way to the shuttle.

I bought my 04 Suzuki GSXR-600 in yellow with 7300 miles and mint condition. I strongly recommend the purchase is your bike or buying a new person to whom you trust took care of the motorcycle. Just a small error in maintenance can transform your pleasure toys in a large pit head money.

Looks come first. Personally, I will not take any other bike for the look. All 04 yellow model is striking. Not only does it get a lot of compliments despite his age, but the flashy yellow is very visible to all drivers inattentive. Combine that with the high intensity of light and you have a very effective “look at me” factor.

Comfort wise, is a motorcycle sport. Wait cramped legs and pain in the wrist on long hikes. You get used to the position, but it will never be “comfortable” as a cruiser or BMW will be. I did not mind the position because he is very comfortable for riding intense.

Performance. The reason why anyone who buys a motorcycle sport. A 600 is only going to give you both the performance. Suffice it May or May. I grew up riding bikes that were supposed to be much more than my weight in order to accelerate the 600 is a bit underwhelming. When I say underwhelming I do not mean slow. 1st you get to 70 in a hurry. Most people can not even manage that. I mean that the front is not begging to come on earth unless you pop the clutch. Fast is not the case until so in the Tie. If you do not get past the bicycle 11k RPM you do acceleration experience as a 600 can provide.

Bottom line. A 1000 offers an yield much more than 600. However, a good rider on a 600 can spank a 1000. It all depends on the skills of the rider.

I seriously believe that if a new rider has a lot of maturity not to take the bike hard wherever he can learn to ride on a 600. These devices are as dangerous as you make them. Chances are that if a new rider get himself in a position he is not qualified enough to treat and will crash.

I love my bike. I like everything except the absence of a couple of low-end that can be helped by a dynamometer development and larger gable and a commander of power. They are en route.

I strongly recommend anyone who wants a bike for a sport as soon as possible. You only live experience once. Be smart on your bike, hiking in your limits, and have fun. I would not miss for the world.

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