zx636r said:Well as you know cause im posting it, the ZX won.
To borrow a line from Lethal Weapon..."Whatever, whatever..." 636, you must have forgotten, I'm a computer geek. I tried on like three different browsers and none can view it. It may be the cable modem though cause I've been having issues with it. *I've fried six of them in two months!!!zx636r said:id go with the last option, check ur browser settings cause it comes up fine for me.
yeah but still it wins and thats all that matters. lol
JK_DILLA said:The 05 636 is nice for sure. Why the ZX6RR is never in comparisons i dont understand. Both bikes should be in all these shootouts, and the 636 just for fun. If kawi makse a 600 and a 636... they should re-enter the world of 750cc sportbikes. Just up the cc's on the 600 and TA-DA!
I'm old enough to remember when 600's were 500's and smaller. In the early 70's, Suzuki made a 550 triple to replace their 500 twin. Honda upped their 500 four to 550, and Yamaha upped their RD350 to a 400. This was all to try and match Kawasaki's potent 500 triple. Full circle again. And by the way, it's rare to see a bike win both the street and race portion of a test. Congrats to the Kawi, but the others were very close.Grafixx01 said:True, true...I wonder if the 600 middleweights will eventually like disappear cause everyone keeps uppin' the CCs?
snakemann said:Last months Sport Rider had the 600RR as their winner. I don't think you could make a wrong choice in that category right now. I like the Honda b/c it fits me better. However that new Ninja is one awesome looking bike.
I also don't know if perhaps it was due to displacement or if Progressive had more claims filed on Ninjas 636's than 600RR's but I got a quote of 9 dollars more a month on an '04 636 than my 600RR last April.
i personally like the style of the 03-04 rather than the 05 but i want the 05 motor and suspension.