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0-60, 0-100, quarter mile?

Anybodyknow where I can find the performance times of the Brutale? I can't seem to find anything....

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Anybodyknow where I can find the performance times of the Brutale? I can't seem to find anything....
0-60 3.3 seconds

0-100 7.1 seconds

quarter 11.4 seconds

...www.motorcyclenews.com when they did the streetfighter test.
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Are those numbers for the 750?

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i swear i saw 1/4 of 10.7 for the 750
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Although, numbers aren't "absolute"...they don't lie. But who the hell buys a bike based on numbers?

I just was wondering them as somebody on the R6 board said there was no way a Brutale could keep up with an R6 or GSXR 750.....just wanting to see driver error...

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Although, numbers aren't "absolute"...they don't lie. But who the hell buys a bike based on numbers?

I just was wondering them as somebody on the R6 board said there was no way a Brutale could keep up with an R6 or GSXR 750.....just wanting to see driver error...
Yeah, that's not true at all. A 750 runs about even with a GSXR of the same year, and beats pretty much any 600 (given equal conditions, same rider, straight-line).

But who cares about straight line? If you want that, buy a V-Max
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I totally agree with Fazer6 regarding that the Brutale is faster than R6 and the others.

Last year in the autumn I did some street race (half a quarter mile) and beat several R6 and GSX600, they all had some tuning done, my Brutale 750 was original. I don`t think those japanese horsepower are all that real....
If they where, they should all have beaten me

I had alot fun racing, and my Brutale got lots of attention beating those Japanese
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Are those numbers for the 750?

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yes, they are for the 750.
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post #9 of 17 (permalink) Old 05-10-2006, 08:28 AM
According to Motorcyclist the 750 shows 10.74 corrected 1/4 mile.
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ok, i have to ask.... any word on the 910 numbers?

<just curious, i have trouble operating a stopwatch while riding>
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