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September 28, 2004, 03:30 PM

Between the YZF-600R and YZF-R6. I know the fronts are very similiar almost identical but i am not 100% sure and also about the rears other then being wider.
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September 28, 2004, 03:42 PM

These are the specs for the 05 but the 600r has F 120/60/17 and R 160/60/17 for the R6 its 120/70/17 and R 180/55/17


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These are the specs for the 05 but the 600r has F 120/60/17 and R 160/60/17 for the R6 its 120/70/17 and R 180/55/17
Thank you. Are the actual rims similiar though? I was thinking of putting some R6 rims because i might want a set in Chrome and that is cheaper then getting mine chrome dipped.
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The 600r has a curved 3 spoke design and the R6 has the 5 spoke design. I've always liked the look of the R6's. Make sure the rear will fit between your swingarm.


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September 28, 2004, 03:53 PM

Go to yamaha's website and look at the owners manuals; wheel specs including width/diameter/casting/etc. should be there.

www.yamaha-motor.com

Their under Parts and Service on the nav bar.
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Awesome thanks guys, ill check that out tonight when i get home!
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Ok i still can't find anything useful on this topic. I checked the manuals and it says that the fronts are the same size's and the rear's are .5 off. I guess ill jsut have to find a friend to test the swap with..... Yo flip lets have a mini tech day this weekend!
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