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I'm 6ft and 155pounds. On a 2000 750 the wrists get a bit sore and the left hammie gets a bit tight. I won't do long rides on it. My R6 trackie feels far more relaxed in comparison.
 

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I'm 5'7" The F4 is a good fit for my legs, but a bit stretched for the bars .. Not at all comfortable for longer rides
 

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I am 5'9" and feel fine, although I can't imagine how tight it must be for the 6 footers.

If anyone wants to know how 'cramped' feels, try the 2020 CBR1000RR-R (Fireblade) if/when you get the chance.:surprise:
 

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There is a subtle difference between the early 70 and the latter 1000 or 312R.

I have had both, and the configuration of the 750 made it feel a bit shorter to the bars and to the pegs.

I have plenty of room on the 312R and have done 500 mile days on it with minimum discomfort.

For reference, I am 59, 6'2", 260 pounds and I have a 34" inseam.
 

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I'm 6' 200lbs. and find the F4 to be pretty comfortable. Due to being tall, the seat to bars room feels like it's supposed to. Leg room is never an issue unless I'm dehydrated, which I'll get a cramp in my hip.

By comparison, my buddies 2005 CBR600F4, which has a much more friendly rider ergonomics is a torture rack for me, as the bars are too close to the seat and makes my wrists hurt.
 
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