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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-25-2012, 05:04 AM Thread Starter
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750 brutale for track bike ???

ok need some help hear
how would a 750 brutale do as a track bike--
track is short but to long for my 600 motard --
is the power easy&smooth to use
like the upright position as ridden MX for 20 years
any thoughts & comments apreceated
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Those motards are pretty quick through the corners; I get passed by them all the time.

The Brutale is a damn fine bike and a lot of fun on the track, but if your only reason for buying it is to be faster on the straights, get a bigger motard.
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I roll mine on the track. But I would rather have a dedicated 600.
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Originally Posted by motoarch View Post
I roll mine on the track. But I would rather have a dedicated 600.
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I love tracking the Brutale, but a dedicated 600/750 would probably suit my skill level and also enable me to ride @ 90-100% knowing that an off would not ruin my lovely mistress

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