diff between R1, R4, R6?

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  1. -=Likwid=-

    -=Likwid=-

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    yes i am a n00b at this, no i don't care. :fawk:

    whats the diff... just engine size? am i missing other F series models?


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  2. flynfrog

    flynfrog Cool isnt Cheap

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    r1 =1000cc
    r4 =400cc i think
    r6 =600cc
     
  3. PUREVIL

    PUREVIL More Money Than Brains Croo

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    I saw a pic of a R3 once I think it as a 350 twin 2 stroke bike.

    There is the R7 = 750
     
  4. -=Likwid=-

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    i am now this

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    much smarter....

    thanks!
     
  5. MWHC22

    MWHC22 Bier/Deutsch/Homebrew/ Packers/Blackhawks/Outdoor

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    r7 is actually the bike used by pros. I haven't seen it produced for the U.S. yet. R1 is fuel injected, R6 is carbed, little difference in seat height between them, etc, etc. If you want the full info on them go to www.yamaha-motor.com
     
  6. mike1

    mike1 Dance Bish

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    This dude that rides with us now and again has a red R7 the thing is pretty sweet.
     
  7. Guest

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    the r7's weren't sold new to anyone unless you had a racing license, and were 20 some grand. They're starting to turn up on the street used now.. over priced and under performed..
     

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