+1 i got an R6, and it is good for wheelies and whatnot, but i would guess that something with more power would be better for other stuntingbrentsR6 said:not an R6, theres better stunters out there for sure. i wouldnt even get an 04 to stunt with anyway. but if i had to pick itd be a gixxer 1000 or 750
of course a 600 has enough power to stunt, but that doesnt make it a more logical choice over a liter bike. have i wheelied a 1000? yes i have, but the thing with 1000s over 600s is that at low speeds, liter bikes get up easier/at lower rpms than 600s with stock gearing. would i rather stunt a 600 over a liter bike? no. id take the power and low end grunt of a 1000 over a 600 any day. liter bikes id say are better than 600s at highway wheelies as well, just cause of the fact that at the same speeds and gear, a liter bike wont be revving as high as a 600 and a 1000 could get up in third more readily than a 600, which slows the response of the bike to throttle inputs. yeah you can get a 600 up in second and shift to third, but you wouldnt have to deal with that on a 1000. and besides, a good stunter with decent throttle control doesnt have a problem with the "touchy" throttle of a liter bike compared to a 600. all my buds that stunt a liter now and a 600 back in the day keep tellin me how much they love stuntin a 1000 over a 600.the great ESKIMO said:have you ever wheelied a 1000? its easy, but you have to watch that throttle too much! a 600 is enough power to stunt.
evils-03-RR said:929RR and 954RR seem to be favorites in the videos I've watched, I know the 929 is a fairly light bike for a litre bike. 7G's for a stunt bike is nucking futs. Try 2500-4000 is a better place to spend it. But if you have the money the 04 ZX-6r is the most powerful 600 bike, it's dyno is 111RWHP and 47RWT