Yep, I was :drool:ing over that one today. To bad its a uke: Honda! :lol:coldair said:the RR is the one I'm really looking at. I like the tribal flame/black one.
:withstupi i would just get the plain black. but as long as its not a susuki its ok. my bike choice when buying was kawi, yam, honda. i hate the single head light on the suzuki.jeeps84 said:Yep, I was :drool:ing over that one today. To bad its a uke: Honda! :lol:
Have you ridden an F4i? There's no comparison on comfort.Nox said:Go with the RR. It's a more aggressive ride. I have a 600RR, and I hear the argument that they are uncomfortable. I ride mine frequently for 100+ mile rides, and I don't have any more discomfort than my BMW R1100S which is supposed to be a plush ride.
:dthumb:Pigface1 said:Have you ridden an F4i? There's no comparison on comfort.
Do you have the stock seat? Every Honda I've sat on is like sitting on a brick. But I agree. . I rode my buddy's GSXR 600 a couple weeks ago and it was relatively extremely uncomfortable.thirdgenlxi said::dthumb:
My one roomate has a 600RR, and although it's a sweet bike, after riding it I doubt I'd be able to spend as much time on it as my F4i without being seriously sore. I love my F4i as well... suprisingly comfy on long trips. The last 2 weekends I've rode up to Orlando and back the same day (about 3 1/2 hr each way + riding all over while up there), and I've put 1700 miles on this last week alone and don't feel at all sore.
What does it come with stock?f4ilapper said:Both have great suspensions for both comfort and smoothness. The RR has a debatable plank for a seat. The RR is up by 25+ horses and is better astetically.
coldair said:just got aproved for a bike cann't deside what one I want. this next weekend I will go test them both. but what do you guys think?