i hoped for something more to be honest. !
Just wrote off ZX6R J1 and thought that was the best 600 but realise that I was wrong, got the FX at the moment but will trade it in once the ZX6R is repaired and buy a FY. I bought this bike just over a year ago and it aint let me down. It's comfy, fast, it's never let me down, handles well even with a 16 stone tubby like me on it! The only problem is what to buy after this........oh well it will have to be another one!!!!! As I'm in Switzerland, all prices and mileages are converted from Swiss Francs and kilometres.
. I love the way I can through it into corners and it sticks to the road as a sports bike should.
, A bit tall for me so have had to lower front and rear. I'm amazed still at how many people look at the reg & say "no way...thought it was a new bike!). La création d'une catégorie intermédiaire baptisée A2 (entre le permis A1 des 125 cc et le permis A) est la principale nouveauté. For a sports bike, it is very comfortable posture-wise - leaning forward enough for sports corners, but still upright enough when cruising; it's probably the last of the 600 supersports that was comfortable (I'm 175cm, 80kg). La Tesi H2 bientôt en France dans les concessions Bimota et Kawasaki. my tyres are not the best and probably are due replacement if im honest with myself but the bike still handles stunning in the dry. Purchased my FS2 "2002 FSport" as my first step off of the 125 :D wow what a machine. HONDA CBR 600 F Hurricane (1987 - 1988) = 85BHP. It's fast, comfortable over long distances, good solid & reliable. No adjustment in the forks nor much in the rear but it does work. When I began riding a few years ago I drooled over a Red, White and Blue, CBR600 at the local Honda Garage but at that time could only afford a Fazer 600. Fabio Quartararo renoue avec la victoire et la tête du championnat du monde MotoGP au Grand Prix de Catalogne grâce à une solide échappée. Still trying to work out best suspension fsettings for a 14 stone tub, but enjoying trying them all! Ce qu'en dit le constructeur : "Issue d'une plateforme commune de 500 cm3, Honda décline 3 modèles qui partagent cadre et motorisation. Rear hugger is a good buy to smarten it up & keep the under tray & suspension cleaner, stubby led indicators modern up the looks, HID headlights make night time riding a lot easier & double bubble screen is a bit of a must if you're 6ft like me. Duel Versys 1000 Vs FJR1300 : le maxitrail routier a tué le sport GT ? Strengths: Easy to ride as a first bike and equally at home thrashing round circuits with a few tweaks. After installing an aftermarket Scorpion end can, the bike benefited from lost weight, and it now sounds like hardcore porn. Bike is the "dogs"! Have to jump start it to get it going again. Other than that, it's all good! Renntec sports rack and top box; soft panniers also wrap around the pillion seat quite snugly (I use generic ebay ones; the branded ones I think will work very well too). Forte de son poids plume, de la vivacité de son nouveau monocylindre, d'une partie cycle performante et d'un design aux lignes modernes et dynamiques, la CBR250R a été conçue pour répondre aux besoins des pilotes les plus exigeants". Copes well commuting with bags and a top box. I bought my 600Sport new in 2002 and did 20,000 miles in the 3 years I owned. A few people told me it would be too much, but I've been pleasently suprised, although its a massive step up for me (last bike was a CBR125!!!!) See the Honda CBR600F specifications table for restriction info, and the restrictor kits section to see what restrictors are available for the Honda CBR600F. îmi folosește datele personale în conformitate cu Declarația de confidențialitate și Politica privind modulele cookie și alte tehnologii similare.S.C.
Tank range is some times only 128 miles before fuel light come on if you push it hard, but have got 160 miles before it comes on! Extremely confidence inspiring as only recently passed test. I have owned this from new, now 9 years old. 000 km). I KEPT THAT BIKE UNTIL 1999 IT NEVER ONCE LET ME DOWN 20000 MILES, ALL NEW CBR COMES ON THE MARKET MUST HAVE ONE OF THESE SO I BOUGHT ONE. Amazing kick over 8k RPM. All in all, if you're after a do-it-all bike that will last almost forever - there's a couple of American riders on the CBR Forum who've been touring on the F4/FS's to beyond 250,000 MILES with no major engine rebuilds ... this is one bike you will not regret. Addressed on later machines. Perfect riding position and passenger's too. I installed a set of Oxford Hot Hands and cigarette lighter power point (under the seat) - mechanically it was typical Honda - easy to install a relay to control the items I installed above. Yamaha z końca 2006r. Les nombreux accessoires en option vous permettent de l'adapter à vos besoins ou envies. The CBR was my second bike. ive had my cbr 600 for a few months now and i don't think i could have picked a better bike,i've only been rideing big bikes for a few years so my expeiriance is ltd its not as quick as its rival sports tourers, but they are certainly a better ride than most,equipment choice is more varied,handling is brilliant,economy is good and the power is just right.In fact the only thing that i could possably pick up on, is when i go to put the indicators on, sometimes i catch the horn, but that could just be my sausage fingers! I opened it up and i didnt even realise i was doing a wheelie until the feont touched down and it made complete sense to me why the front felt light. I'd recommend this bike as a first bike for anyone, only thing is the brakes don't seem that good, but as I've only ever ridden a zx7r about a mile up the road I have nothing to compare it with. Remember, loud pipes save lives! I do all but valves but thats cos tank pain to remove. Anyway, there wasn't a fault with the bike, it was a fault with the rider. I bought my CBR600F in September 07, so not had that long in riding it, but for the small amount of miles i have done on it i wouldn't swap it. Otherwise good value. The tyres r chosen for allround grip (wet and dry) and are excellent in the wet.... just right for sliding the bike around. In the dry they're enough to run the bike round gerrards at 130+. I change pads at about 7000mls and tyres as and when, 'tween 4 & 6k but choice can make a big difference especialy on front end feel. Pitted forks on the paint is a pain, other than that I love this bike. Split seat version not the comfiest. What more can I say? Absolutely love the black & grey colour scheme & among all those other CBRs out there it seems to be the least common.