CBR600F 2012 vs CBR600RR

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Old 05-01-2017, 10:26 AM
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Question CBR600F 2012 vs CBR600RR

Does anyone know the mechanical and electronic difference between the CBR600F 2012 vs CBR600RR. I've just started racing a F model and the RR just runs away from me down the straights. Any mods and or info will help.
 
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Old 06-17-2017, 12:52 PM
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Sadly you need an RR, its probably got 20bhp on you plus 30kg less weight.
 
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Old 06-28-2017, 08:15 AM
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Not to mention, maybe the rider on the RR is more experienced/seasoned veteran. He could probably trade you motorcycles and still run away from you. Lets be honest, I've turned faster lap times on my old 94 CBR F2 than the fella who won the vintage V7 championship on a Yamaha FZR 400 with a 600 engine, but I bet if Valentino Rossi was on a 250 Ninja he would beat us both.
 
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I have a 2011 600f and I can say its a beast. 64nm on the 600f and 65nm on the RR, but it all about the Curve, the RR wants to throw you off in first at 16000. you just cant get that without a power commander on the F. It'll straight line the f out of the RR but out a corner you lose.
 
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