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Video: 2011 Suzuki GSX-R600 vs used 1000s

Suzuki's latest 600 is so sharp we wondered how it would measure up against a superbike from just a few years ago - say, from 2003 when Neil Hodgson was WSB champion. So we asked Hodgson himself to find out.  brightcove.createExperiences();

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CORSARO

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CORSARO says:

WOULD BE INTERESTED TO SEE THE RESULTS IN THE DRY WHEN THE OTHERS CAN USE THE POWER MORE EFFECTIVELY 

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sandmacker

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sandmacker says:

600 v 1000's

The fireblade is virtually the same today as it was in 04 .Is he trying to tell us that the 600's are better than the 209/10  1000cc Blades? . 04 blade weight ; 211kg/466lbs wet with 149hp/111kw and 76.4lbf/103nm torque. Suzuki ? 187kgs (dry?), 126 bhp, 51.4 lbf torque 2004 blade costs around $9000 with between 6 &40K on the clock  . Suzuki 2010 gsxr 600 new (no 2011) : between 13 and 15,000 dollars. Lucky for us it's not a sales pitch hey .Sure, the 600's are good , but as good as a 04 to 08 1000 bike ?  of course Mr Hodgson . The second hand market is dead and buried ............NOT.

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CBR11X

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CBR11X says:

Yeah right! Trade in your 1000 which has heaps of mid-range torque, can pull brilliantly from idle, is easy to ride in traffic for a 600 with a 90 mph 1st gear, which has to have it's arse revved just to move, which will break down in a few years and lose it's value like a hole in a piggy bank.

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