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I think lightweight racing has a place, but lightweight street riding is a tough sell, especially when most of the riding is probably on a boring, straight highway.
How about 600's are too fast for most riders? Even thoughs with "skills"...
Purk's bike is a 2001, I believe. Not that it's different from the '99. And not that lap times have been pushed down that much anyway.
Jim, you mentioned Purk's bike. He's is definitely fast, but what's in that motor? I'm not saying he is cheating or anything even remotely like that, but that aint no stock engine pushing him around. For us lesser being, we might get a chance to race with him on this bike.
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