I am sure that the comment this bike can be made to handle like a 600 is stretching things just a little bit. Maybe a lot.It boggles my mind that this can be figured out in a matter of weeks in the aftermarket, yet the factory engineers can't work it out over the past few years. You think it's a street vs track compromise?
Yes, it's a street vs. track compromise. But the bike will never handle anything like a 600 no matter what anyone does. 600s can get away with 23 degrees of rake and sub-100mm trail numbers, wheelbase in the sub-54" range.
Try those numbers on a bike with 200 rwhp and see what happens.
MotoGP bikes have long wheelbase, lots of rake and trail. They cannot turn with a Moto2 bike (600cc) let alone a Moto3 machine.
Literbikes are literbikes, 600s are 600s. Each can be taken to a certain limit based on design, materials, components, and rider.
It's the sheer HP and high speeds of the literbike that make it thrilling but those also limit cornering speeds and braking performance.
The ZX-10R is a literbike AND a streetbike so we can see where that puts it, squarely in the middle of a huge compromise.