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post #1 of 35 (permalink) Old 04-17-2008, 04:16 PM Thread Starter
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To tall for your bike?

I figured id make it a post since it raises a good question. I do not wanna get rid of the 600rr and im gonna try everything i can to see if theres anything i can change before im almost forced to change bikes to something bigger to fit my height.

First off im 6'2, and on the gsxr 750 im as comftorble as can be tucked in and riding/turning etc. On the cbr I find myself ok tucking if i slide to the very back of the seat but turning is my main problem. When i goto slide off the seat and hook my leg on the tank the bike gets shakey and i ease off so im not eating the pavement. (also note the tires on both are PP)

Here are a few things I'm questioning or wanna try before i do even think about pulling the trigger to sell it.

* Lately ive been having suspention problems - could that have alot to do with the shakeyness of the bike in a turn
* stompgrips? Im use to them on the gsxr and its alot more comforting when sliding off the seat. Could those help out?
* Body positioning? I know my form probably has a 1000 flaws but to me on the gsxr im comfortable, on the cbr the bike get wobbly. (im on the balls of my feet, arm over the tank, kissing the mirror and low elbow dropped in/or on my knee)

Is anybody else my height on a 600?

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im 6'1 on an f4i (different bike) but I bought a corbin "saddle" and it helped a bit.

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Your rearsets are fucking you up. Shoulda kept the stockers, you don't tuck that often, and when you do your elbows can be on your knees.

Also, if your elboze are too low, adjust your levers down so your elboze can be up.
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im 6'1 on an f4i (different bike) but I bought a corbin "saddle" and it helped a bit.
I thought about the corbin but i hear mixed reviews when you goto slide off the seat since it has a higher seam on the side. I unno, ill have to ride somebodys with one so i can see how it is before i spend $300 on a seat.


And bobby, i was thinking about that with the levers. Ill try that today and the main thing is my legs so im gonna throw some stompgrips on the top half of the tank and see if that helps.

The rearsets are adjustible and they are all the way down and back. I still have the stockers to though so ill toss those on for a ride and see if i notice that big of a difference

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I don't see how your height would make the bike feel shakey when leaned over? what am I missing?

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The rearsets are adjustible and they are all the way down and back. I still have the stockers to though so ill toss those on for a ride and see if i notice that big of a difference
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I don't see how your height would make the bike feel shakey when leaned over? what am I missing?
its hard to find a place to hook my leg since it feels like a crunched into a ball when im over the tank. The giggy my body is alot more stretched out and comftorble

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its hard to find a place to hook my leg since it feels like a crunched into a ball when im over the tank. The giggy my body is alot more stretched out and comftorble
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lol since when is 6'2" tall.

I'd say its more your form than your height. Usually is. If you've been having suspensions issues latley I would start there.

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Try riding another 600. I had an R6 and moved onto a ZX-6R. The 636 just didn't feel right. I don't know what exactly it was that didn't fit, but I was way more confortable on the R6 (and on my current bike). I didn't feel much shaking, but I couldn't get into a position to really rail the 636.

but i'm kind of short 5'10" so not exactly the same situation.

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Next time you feel like railing through a corner, try putting your inner heal on the heal guard.

Bumpyness is from your shit ass suspension. I'm starting to get the same feeling too. Not sure if you guys saw me in an ass puckering moment on the 83 off ramp. It got shaky and i froze for a moment and lost my line.

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Next time you feel like railing through a corner, try putting your inner heal on the heal guard.

Bumpyness is from your shit ass suspension. I'm starting to get the same feeling too. Not sure if you guys saw me in an ass puckering moment on the 83 off ramp. It got shaky and i froze for a moment and lost my line.
thats semi releiving, i wasnt gonna rail the turn yesterday off 83 because i had maria on back and i was still adjusting to her weight so i just kept up instead of jumping up front.

I always do that, even though ive never done track im always reading threads about body positioning and i do as much possible on the street so i can adapt to how it feels since even riding on the balls of your feet throws ya off at first

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you're not too tall for your bike.
This coming from the 6+" guy that rides a 125 GP bike that would easily fit in the trunk of a Honda Accord

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I can kind of see where Silent is coming from, I'm 6'2" and I really can't fit on the new GSXR600/750, just too tiny, the grips are narrower than my shoulders and the whole thing just feels off.

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I thought about the corbin but i hear mixed reviews when you goto slide off the seat since it has a higher seam on the side. I unno, ill have to ride somebodys with one so i can see how it is before i spend $300 on a seat.
I've got a Corbin. We can swap seats (or trade bikes if you get your rear suspension fixed) sometime for a while if you want. I'm 6'3" on a 600rr and I have trouble tucking too, mostly with the fact that I have to contort my neck to get my head under the windshield. I also move to the back of the seat when tucking. I'm also not really railing while street riding very much so I don't need to shift too far off the seat or tuck too frequently. Let me know if you want to swap seats for a bit.
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First off im 6'2, and on the gsxr 750 im as comftorble as can be tucked in and riding/turning etc.
the 00-03 gsxr750, 01-03 gsxr600, and 01-04 gsxr1000 are all roomy for tall guys. They started get more compact after that, the latest models are the tightest.

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the 00-03 gsxr750, 01-03 gsxr600, and 01-04 gsxr1000 are all roomy for tall guys. They started get more compact after that, the latest models are the tightest.
definatly, if the 750 wasnt so damn heavy id keep it and ride it full time. Because even mao's 750 felt small. Thats why im debating the 1000rr, its a nice feel when i sat on em, i just wanna ride one so i can get the feel of how it rides.
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I've got a Corbin. We can swap seats (or trade bikes if you get your rear suspension fixed) sometime for a while if you want. I'm 6'3" on a 600rr and I have trouble tucking too, mostly with the fact that I have to contort my neck to get my head under the windshield. I also move to the back of the seat when tucking. I'm also not really railing while street riding very much so I don't need to shift too far off the seat or tuck too frequently. Let me know if you want to swap seats for a bit.

Cool, yea def maybe just swap bikes for a ride or something, I dont need to try it for a few days, just that sparatic slide to the side of the seat when needed. And i dont rail turns or anything on the street either but if im coming on a nice sweeper id rather hang off the bike more instead of pushing more lean angle to get through the turn faster.

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Me too. I'm 5'0, and have REALLY short arms and legs (I have like a 28 1/2 " inseam). I can barely touch tip toed on on an SV650...with a shaved seat. I also have a hard time with a comfortable reach across the tank on some bikes.

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So, not what we've figured out that you are not too tall for the bike, the question is, are you too tall to be a drag queen?

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You need a FREE KEN'S class to help with adjustment and placement..

Many have touched on some of the attributes to help assist in the form needed to achieve also a 4 & 6 seminar or WINK Tech day may help..

Do a search on 4 & 6 suspension...

Good Luck, interested to hear your final outcome.. What Rear sets ya running (aftermarket)?

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and ive been too kens free class, he teaches alot more about slower moving stuff which works great.

im gonna order some stompgrips, and call greg and see if he can take a look at the rear strut.

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Sorry should have specified, KEns Free Advanced Class, we have to get him to do one of those where he touches on more track day / Race day type topics... But with the vast number of members on here that do all of that I am sure we can get ya straighntened out..

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