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differences between 1000cc bikes

Discussion in 'General Motorcycling Discussion' at netrider.net.au started by henno, Apr 23, 2007.

  1. would there be many differences between all of the sport 1000cc bikes on a race track? considering cornering,out of cornering speed,braking and all other factors? say u put all the new 07 1000cc bikes together on a track would there be a big margine between the bikes or would they be pretty similar with todays technology? saying there all factory standard? any thoughts?yamaha, suzuki,honda e.c.t

  2. 1000CC huh? there are a lot of variation in models in this bracket.

    so you have entrants from Yamaha, Suzuki, Honda, Kawasaki, BMW, Ducati, MV, etc.

    Are you talking straight 4's or 2's as well? pure sport or nakeds/tourers too?

    the 4's will prabably be faster in the top end with the twins having more get up and go itially in the rev range...... if it's a twisty track you my find its all really close......any big straights and the 4's will grab it i think.
  3. Put it this way: choice of tyres will make a bigger difference than choice of machine!
  4. Not to mention the rider...
  5. Masterbike 2007, which should be run about 1 month from now, will answer your questions. The results should be published in AMCN over the coming 6-8 weeks.

    In short summary though, there is very little difference between the stock 1000cc bikes off the factory floor. Rider talent will acount for 90-95% of any difference between any two bikes.
  6. I guess you meant "margarine". Don't do it. For casual riding, they are best served with yoghurt or creamed cheese. Modern bikes have a delicate flavour so sauces should be kept to a minimium. Triumphs taste good drizzled with a little oil.

    Track bikes can be deep fried, but only for a few moments. Overcooking will leave the tyres rubbery.
  7. ^^

    :rofl: :rofl:

    ....INbelievable :LOL:

  8. http://www.aus-superbikes.com.au
  9. If you are shopping, pick the bike you most want to have sex with. :cool:

    If you're worried about 1/100th of a second you should be talking to Nicky, Dani, Valantino and Casey, not us bunch of bench experts. :LOL: