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Have you ever?

Ridden an RC51.

These bikes just have something about them that the others don't.

Sorry Mr.gsxr for the win, But I've had the pleasure of riding many bikes over the years (many gsxr's) they're great but they're just another race replical.

The RC51 is all that and special.I'm not telling anybody the51 is faster or better but it does have something most of these other bikes don't.


HRC for the win.

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Track Ready Big Ass V Twin - Great Bike - Like I have always said, no better soundign bike than an RC51 with a set of Satos - IMHO, even better that a Termi'ed Duc

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I love it when people say it's to big and heavy .

Tell me do you think I want a bike the size of these new ones I'm a big guy and I want a big bike .

Such crap listening to people talk about how much a bike weighs and they're 30lbs over weight.

I'm not going to be racing it so unless you can show me that your fast enough to argue a few lbs. then I might listen to the heavy point.

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I love it when people say it's to big and heavy .

Tell me do you think I want a bike the size of these new ones I'm a big guy and I want a big bike .

Such crap listening to people talk about how much a bike weighs and they're 30lbs over weight.

I'm not going to be racing it so unless you can show me that your fast enough to argue a few lbs. then I might listen to the heavy point.
Huh? - I said Big Ass V Twin as in 999cc's - One of the biggest (was in it's day prior to 1098 & 1198 Ducatis) ever produced - As for weight, most all 1K VT's are within 30-40 lbs of each other - Hell, I rode a TLR for YEARS - Talk about big and heavy VT

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I personally hate the pile of crap known as the RC-51. I think the Aprilia is much better overall.

The RC-51 does have good handeling but the ducs are better. For the track, Ducati. For the street, Aprilia. For a joke that tries to do both RC-51.

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I personally hate the pile of crap known as the RC-51. I think the Aprilia is much better overall.

The RC-51 does have good handeling but the ducs are better. For the track, Ducati. For the street, Aprilia. For a joke that tries to do both RC-51.
Said Joke was the first bike to de-throne the Ducati Racing Class in days gone by known as SBK

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Honda has done that a few time in racing

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They built the bench mark and step back

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Said Joke was the first bike to de-throne the Ducati Racing Class in days gone by known as SBK
Maybe so, but I still dont like em.

I have ridden the RC-51 enough to know that I dont like it.

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I've hunted squirrel before.LOL

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I think it's the HRC thing that does it for me those Honda bikes that carry that title are just that much cooler.

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I have ridden the RC-51 enough to know that I dont like it.
They are not for everyone - The main reason I bought the TLR was that the RC did not fit me - The ergos were not in my favor - The TLR on the other hand fit perfectly - I had them side by side on the show room floor and was going back and forth - In the end, I rode the TLR home

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While I still love the RC, it is THE most uncomfortable sportbike I have EVER ridden on the street. I would only own one as a occasional track toy.

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They are not for everyone - The main reason I bought the TLR was that the RC did not fit me - The ergos were not in my favor - The TLR on the other hand fit perfectly - I had them side by side on the show room floor and was going back and forth - In the end, I rode the TLR home
I like the TLRs they are good. I just don't like the RC-51. But they get a lot of attention from people that havr not ridden one.

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twins in general

Once you try a twin, you might never go back (sorta like once you go black, you never go back).
I've had most of the I4 BOY's of the last decade but once I tried a RC51, 916,996, I bought a 998. I later gave that up because it was too unreliable and required too much maintenance. Great handling bike though. Then I bought my '07 Aprilia factory with full Ohlins and to me, this bike quenches the need for me to buy a new bike every few years. The RC51 is bullitt-proof (not crash proof-side mounted radiators are discouraging). The Ape has it's quirks but nothing like the Ducs. The motor is rock solid.
Twins are not the fastest or lightest but they sure are fun and sound awesome. They can still hang in a dogfight!
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Said Joke was the first bike to de-throne the Ducati Racing Class in days gone by known as SBK
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I have a special place in my heart for the RC51. The summer I started riding and went on a bunch of CLSB group rides with WSE and Underdog there were always one or two guys in the group with an RC and I remember sitting next to them at stop lights just drooling over the look and sound that bike.

I also learned pretty quickly just how fast a twin engine-brakes when I damn near rear ended one of them once after not seeing any brake lights, but wondering why it was slowing so quickly...lol

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T-legs rc51 sounds good. I dont like the gauges I loved my 996, but it hurt too much to ride it.
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After riding my RC for three years before she supermanned me at 100 at RA. It was by far my fav bike. She was my daily ride and my track toy. Being just shy of 6', I think it's more suited for peeps a couple inches shorter. Being uncomfortable is a personal choice. After all these are super bikes, built to be raced on a track, not a round the world trip. And yes I've seen the guy who's done this on a R1. I've taken my RC from here to southern 'Bama and was fine, with a backpack and luggage, and the heaviest Kentucky rain I have EVER ridden in. Now that I have had my 10r for two years, I want an RC again. V-twins, esp reliable ones, are my choice. 'Til honda releases a V4 superbike.

What if I told you insane was working fifty hours a week in some office for fifty years at the end of which they tell you to piss off; ending up in some retirement village hoping to die before suffering the indignity of trying to make it to the toilet on time? Wouldn't you consider that to be insane?
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What if I told you insane was working fifty hours a week in some office for fifty years at the end of which they tell you to piss off; ending up in some retirement village hoping to die before suffering the indignity of trying to make it to the toilet on time? Wouldn't you consider that to be insane?
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Except for the RC45 Ridden by Kocinski ..... please.



The RC-51 is heavy and slow compared to the Aprilia or the Ducati.


Now it is Japanese and therefore dead reliable... and has gear driven cams... very trick.

The FI sucks hard on the SP-1 and was only marginally better on the SP-2... it
operates like a lightswitch off idle and makes the bike hard to ride.


After that..... great powerband, decent chassis.


A GSXR750 will leave it for dead.



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I can agree about the FI bein crap. It was my first Fi bike, which yer forced to learn with a RC. Was a very jerky bike, but that also could be due to all the gear backlash. Bein heavy, yeah sure, but a few pounds shouldn't make a huge difference unless yer pro, which we are not. I learned more about ridin on three years on that bike than the 20 i've been ridin berforehand.
As far as G750 leavin it for dead, same years, I laugh. But would be a good race to watch given equal everything.
But to each their own.
I would like to own one of each in the RC series, esp the 400.

What if I told you insane was working fifty hours a week in some office for fifty years at the end of which they tell you to piss off; ending up in some retirement village hoping to die before suffering the indignity of trying to make it to the toilet on time? Wouldn't you consider that to be insane?
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Bein heavy, yeah sure, but a few pounds shouldn't make a huge difference unless yer pro, which we are not. ------

As far as G750 leavin it for dead, same years, I laugh. But would be a good race to watch given equal everything.

I have owned both ( Plus a Mille R ) and track ridden all extensively at a club-racer pace.

The GSXR (2000+) is easier to ride and faster by a fair bit.

The Mille had a better chassis and flawless FI, just needed a little more motor.


Not sure that I'm a "pro" ...... but close enough to tell the difference.



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Bragger <- meant as a joke. Have a coke and a smile.

But as i said to each their own. It's just what worked for you and your opinion. Thats all i was sayin.

The RC is/was a great affordable V twin that is reliable, and to me, was a blast to own and ride.

Your experiences with it not so good, mine - just fine. Well except for the high side off course.

What if I told you insane was working fifty hours a week in some office for fifty years at the end of which they tell you to piss off; ending up in some retirement village hoping to die before suffering the indignity of trying to make it to the toilet on time? Wouldn't you consider that to be insane?
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