Stock 636's are putting down 111hp to the wheel and with full exhaust, pcIII, and velocity stacks they're getting 120+ on a bike that weighs 355dry-380ish wet. Stock numbers in the 1/4 are [email protected]
Sorry about that, I can't really sense the sarcasticness of it over the net-my bad. Yeah the new 600's are pretty fast, especially the 636. At the track, its all rider skill and I know thats what the 7R was set up for. They're very solid riding bikes.
No offense here, but you can't tell the way a bike rides in just 15 minutes. When I traded my F3 in and bought my 636, the 636 felt extremelly awkward. I did love the brakes which were/are perfect, the tranny, and throttle response, but the handling and seating position were so different than my F3 that I was having second thoughts. Now after about 3 weeks of riding it, I feel in love with the bike and feel like it and I go together perfectly. Just about 2 weeks ago I rode a 04 R6 and the same thing happened again-I rode it for about 15 minutes and didn't like it at all compared to my bike. The handling was soo much different, although very stable and light, but the seating, power, and overall handling was so different than what I'm used to that I didn't like it compared to my bike. But that is not a fair comparison, if I were to ride it for a week or so straight, then I would have different opinions.