a GSXR 600 and a GSXR1000 will behave differently
A 600 is "meant " to be revved more also has there is bugger all power low down. A 1k has more torque thus more power low down so no need to rev the bejesus out of it (also you look like a moron)
This information is wrong. The torque on a 1k does help a lot with the power down low but where the true power and speed is on the 1000 is the same place as the 600s. Most people who ride 1000s keep the power down low because, unless you're on a track, that much power is usually not manageable on the street, unless it's open road. I have a 09 R1 and my dyno showed me exactly were my peak power is and that's right about 500 rpm before redline. I have my shifter light set up 500 rpm before the peak power to account for my reaction time and that is when I shift on the track. With my CBR F3 track bike, I have to keep it high revving because that is where all the power exist. The torque is too low to produce any real drive power so on the track that is where it stays.