I owned this bike for a little over a year and it's a beast. I would highly recommend going -1, +2 or just plus 3 to the rear sprocket. These bikes are geared really high so by going -1 +2 with your sprockets it will pull like a bat outta hell. Vortex sells a excellent kit to do this and its not that expensive. (the front sprocket will give you hell when you try to take it off). If you change the coolant I wouldn't recommend putting race ready coolant in unless your positive your going to track the bike. I had better lucky with regular coolant instead of Engine Ice ect. If you do get Engine ice, make sure you thoroughly flush your system. It should take about 5/6 times to completely flush it out. Don't get impatient because Engine ice does not mix well with other coolants. I speak from experience. I pulled the stock MUFFLER and 100% gutted it and it sounded better than any aftermarket exhaust I heard on that bike so that is a option if you have the tools and the skills (this took me about 4-6 hours but can be done much faster with right tools). I have a youtube sound clip, if your interested in seeing it just let me know. This bike is a lot of fun and easy to ride, the extra weight of this 600 gives it a good planted feeling especially on rainy days. I did quite a bit of maintenance on this bike so if you have any questions feel free to PM me.
Last edited by Wheelies420; 05-07-2017 at 05:35 PM.