You also have to check the width of the motor because it will sit between the frame members and if it is too much wider, will not work
Check engine mounting angle and mount position.
Check lower engine dimensions too, brecause in some areas on the R6, the bodywork leaves little room for anything larger.
Sounds like a lot of work and a lot of modification, fot for *000 a year\, it may be worth it.
It will never be as good or as stable as the r1 (or even the original r6)
The R1s are completely different.
Gixxers may work better because the frames might all be the same (I think they get them out of cereal boxes too, but I'm not sure)
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