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The Yamaha R1 is faster
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The current generation tops out ~165 mph in stock condition
Depends what gsx-r you're talking about. If you're talking about the Hayabusa, then that would win in the top speed. Check it out on youtube, Hayabusa vs R1. The R6 is t…he smaller version of the R1. The R1 is better for track, the R6 is better for canyon and city riding. The smaller Gsx-r 600 is a good competition for the R6, but the R6 is better at corners.
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I have a 2003 r6, which I use for both commuting & recreational riding. I consistently get about 50 mpg using premium petrol. I've read some comments on other forums tha…t suggest the newer bikes have much worse fuel mileage.
118.3 hp @ 13,000 rpm
120 hp @ 13, 000 rpm
Power Commanders are a common installation on Fuel Injected Motorcycles, for example any Yamaha r6 made after 2003. Power Commanders allow you to change out your fue…l map ( i.e. change the fuel/air ratio) on your motorcycle for your needs. It is a way to even out your acceleration or increase horsepower. very common amongst racers. especially if you are going to upgrade your exhaust system and air filter you will need to adjust how much fuel is going to the throttle bodies or you will not gain the performance from your other additions.
make a piece of tapered pipe to fit from one muffler to the other then weld them together.
top end is faster other then that, there isn't that much of a difference.
In 2006 Yamaha redesigned the R6 and narrowed the gap even further between the race and street versions of the bike. While the more aggressive riding position and high RPM pow…er increase attracted track enthusiasts and sport bike purists, the prior year design still had a loyal fan-base. Yamaha decided to the re-badge the prior generation and continue making it as the R6s. The R6s has a more relaxed rake, slightly higher bar position, and better lower RPM power. This makes it a desirable bike for many consumers who will ride it primarily on the street. So which one is better depends on your tastes and the application. An R6 of the same year will outperform an R6s on the track and has a higher top speed. The R6s will be more comfortable to ride and will outperform an R6 on city streets.
Yes both engines should fit in the crate box with enough space for stuffing and foam.
The Yamaha R6 is a 600cc class sport bike, but technically has 599cc's so that they may be used for races requiring bikes to be under 600cc.
From my experience, Yamaha R1 hands down.
Yamaha r1 will beat anything off the line