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post #1 of 79 (permalink) Old 08-22-2006, 06:56 PM Thread Starter
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07 Gsxr 750 Vs 2003 R1

there is this kid that lives on my street. He has a 2006 GSXR750 with an Akrapovic Full Race System and Power Commander 3 with a map done to it.

He told me that on his way to the local bike nite last week, he raced a 2003 r1 with a full system and a Pc3.

So they were both riding on the highway. So they raced from a Roll at 55, from what he told me. Then he said that they both took off, ripping the gears. He said, he kept up with the R1 in till they hit about 130mph, after he said that the R1 walked on him and left him.

Should I call the flag on this one?
I knew the 07 750's were fast but can they keep up with the R1 like that for that long?
From what I hear the guy on the R1 is a good rider.

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Dude, a 06 GSXR 750 is faster than a 98-03 R1 everywhere, 1/4 mile, top speed, acceleration etc.... Your only chance is if you do a roll-on from low rpm.

The 2000 750 was killing the R1.

Of course, is different with the 04 R1, but it's still very very close.

Those 750's are fast as hell!!!

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Sounds almost accurate. The R1 probably started leaving him around 100-110.

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post #5 of 79 (permalink) Old 08-22-2006, 07:16 PM
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when the 2000 Gix 750 came out, it was faster 1/4 mile, 0-60, and top speed then any of the liter bikes of the time.
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when the 2000 Gix 750 came out, it was faster 1/4 mile, 0-60, and top speed then any of the liter bikes of the time.

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Dude, a 06 GSXR 750 is faster than a 98-03 R1 everywhere, 1/4 mile, top speed, acceleration etc.... Your only chance is if you do a roll-on from low rpm.

The 2000 750 was killing the R1.

Of course, is different with the 04 R1, but it's still very very close.

Those 750's are fast as hell!!!


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post #10 of 79 (permalink) Old 08-22-2006, 07:29 PM
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Dude, a 06 GSXR 750 is faster than a 98-03 R1 everywhere, 1/4 mile, top speed, acceleration etc.... Your only chance is if you do a roll-on from low rpm.





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Dude, a 06 GSXR 750 is faster than a 98-03 R1 everywhere, 1/4 mile, top speed, acceleration etc.... Your only chance is if you do a roll-on from low rpm.
I'm not sure if thats entirely true generally speaking.

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those 750's are fast, too bad everyone else stopped making them

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Dude, a 06 GSXR 750 is faster than a 98-03 R1 everywhere, 1/4 mile, top speed, acceleration etc.... Your only chance is if you do a roll-on from low rpm.

The 2000 750 was killing the R1.

Of course, is different with the 04 R1, but it's still very very close.

Those 750's are fast as hell!!!
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lol

750cc / 1000cc

lol

yes the 750 is fast.

but...

do the maths.

oh... no 750 or under has ever pulled on me, in the twisties or on any straight road.

Good talking up on the 750 though mate... lol
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750cc / 1000cc

lol

yes the 750 is fast.

but...

do the maths.

oh... no 750 or under has ever pulled on me, in the twisties or on any straight road.

Good talking up on the 750 though mate... lol

Maybe a full race TZ750. Anyone remember those?
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My bike previous to the Raven was an '03 750. I had a couple friends with the '02 and '03 R1, and we rolled a couple times.

He would walk at higher speeds, but down low, that ass was mine. Sorry for you guys in the posts above who think that the 1 is untouchable when compared to the GSXR, but real world experiences don't lie.

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GSX-R750 ('96) 10.54 @ 133.5 Radar Top Speed 163.6
GSX-R750 ('98) 10.54 @ 131.0 Radar Top Speed 162.2
GSX-R750 ('00) 10.26 @ 135.6 No Top Speed Recorded
GSX-R750 ('04) 10.36 @ 135.4 No Top Speed Recorded

These numbers are from sport rider. Anybody have the current times for the 06's?
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GSX-R750 ('96) 10.54 @ 133.5 Radar Top Speed 163.6
GSX-R750 ('98) 10.54 @ 131.0 Radar Top Speed 162.2
GSX-R750 ('00) 10.26 @ 135.6 No Top Speed Recorded
GSX-R750 ('04) 10.36 @ 135.4 No Top Speed Recorded

These numbers are from sport rider. Anybody have the current times for the 06's?
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Those 750's are fast as hell!!!



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Should I call the flag on this one?

I have an 05 750, believe me, they are faster than the 98-03 R1's. I have yet to race an 04-06 up top, but till about 100 i'm in front of them.
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I've never had a 750 beat my ZX9.
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