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Old 4th November 2016, 13:05   #16
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Default Re: Twin-cylinder Motorcycle: Which one?

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A fellow BHP'ian and Ninja 650 owner goes for multiple day drives with his friend on the Yamaha R3. Funnily though, at 4 lane empty highway cruising speeds - the N650 turns out to be more fuel efficient.
At highway cruising speeds the bigger motor is under lesser strain (RPM) than its smaller counterpart at the same speed, so its fuel efficiency will be better.

The R3 will have to find its sweet spot in terms of RPM & fuel efficency while cruising, instead of trying to keep up with the N650.
But the fun factor comes in only when its pushed hard so - pick one.
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