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I'm currently looking at purchasing this bike and i was wondering what people thought of the bike, and what a decent price would be for the bike.
:iagree: its also near the top of the list for beginners.Gas Man said:Great bikes... not the top of the top but you can't ask for much more. Great reliability, and top notch looks!
The RR isn't a starter bike....but the F4i is a decient bike to start out on. :2cents:bumblebee said:Y'all are nuts... :yikes: The F4i is not a starter bike...Mine puts 100 HP at the rear wheel, does sub 12 second 1/4 miles and will run 140+ MPH...
I agree it is not a liter bike, but it will hang with the RR, R6, 636, any of those bikes...only a pro would know the difference...It is not a starter bike... :bslap:
SVupON1 said:The RR isn't a starter bike....but the F4i is a decient bike to start out on. :2cents:
bee, I have quite a few friends with an F4i and I kept up with those guys just fine on my SV....I'm not getting a CBR at all anyway!bumblebee said:Show me pics of yours after you buy one...It ain't your SV, there Bubba. It will make a believer out of you in a hurry. I have put many miles on Snakemann's RR, he leaves it in my garage...and if you think either one of them are starter bikes...you nuts...
I have to agree. If somebody isn't willing to go the ex500 route, or the SV... the Fri is way better than many other 600's out now!SVupON1 said:The RR isn't a starter bike....but the F4i is a decient bike to start out on. :2cents: