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No. Just my compulsive buying kicking in. I just want to own a 600. This zx9r was my first street bike. And after 5500 miles I'm curious as to what the fuss is about the better handling bikes. Not that mine now is a slouch but everybody reads the mags you know. I rode my buddy's F4 and it felt like a toy compaird to mine. I don't mean that in a bad way either. I think it may be funner to rip around on. Plus I could use Kawasaki's credit card vs. getting a loan, since it's easier to get a credit card than a loan.


o, and I just tried to get a loan for a new R1 and got shot down because of my debt ratio. Pi$$ed me off a little.
 

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I happen to think it's a great idea! Your right about the handling of the 600's. The shorter wheel base, lighter weight and 180's on the back make the zx6r a blast on the twisties!
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Beware of those credit card deals. It actually is a loan from Kawi, and you will still have to get full coverage. Plus, you will get bent way over on the interest. I'm curious though, as I have thought about 2 bikes, how much would you ride both? I figure one bike would sit an awful lot.

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I'd advise you to examine your credit/expenditure/income/debt situation. It seems to me that you fit the profile of people who are most likely to need credit counselling services.

Be careful.

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it's always nice to be able to have 2 bikes just make sure that you can afford to do so

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