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I agree with Kojiro. There many different things that make the r3 much different than other bikes and other cars regardless of similar speeds. Some things could be power (low end power, upper range power), comfort, what the vehicle is being used for (racing/cruising), etc. A lot of us didn't just buy the r3 for 0-60. I do understand what you are trying to say though. The r3 is a great bike for the money and can keep up with other bikes, but we bought it for various reasons.
I hear it a lot.. bigger bikes can't keep up with the smaller ones in the corners and I've seen a ton of videos to prove it. I don't ride a track though and don't want to ride the street dragging knee either. I do wish the bike had more straight line grunt though, and it's not because I want to go fast. I just want to get to speed quicker (cause it's fun)
I'm jealous of you guys with track experience. I'd explore it if I had more time and money to throw into yet another hobby.
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