|Vehicle type||Civilian motorcycle|
|Body style||Sports bike|
|Capacity||2 (rider and passenger)|
|Appearance(s)||GTA Vice City|
GTA San Andreas
GTA Liberty City Stoies
GTA Vice City Stories
|Manufacturer||Shitzu (GTA IV)|
The PCJ-600 is a sports bike which appears in the following games:
- Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
- Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
- Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
- Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories
- Grand Theft Auto IV
The PCJ-600's name is rendered PCJ 600 (unhyphenized) in GTA Vice City and GTA IV. In GTA IV, the PCJ 600 is manufactured by Shitzu.
GTA Vice City — GTA Vice City Stories
The PCJ 600 between GTA Vice City and GTA Vice City Stories loosely resembles a Suzuki GSX600F Katana. In GTA Liberty City Stories, the bike receives a facelift that provides the vehicle with a more modernized appearance; it is worth noting, however, that the bike is depicted in its original form in earlier pre-release screenshots of the game.
Excluding the GTA San Andreas rendition, the PCJ 600 is one of the fastest bikes; in Vice City and Vice City Stories, it's tied with the Angel. Overall performance is exceptional, except in handling — high-speed impacts often result in being thrown from the bike, resulting in injury.It requires more traction to balance the performance. In GTA San Andreas, the PCJ-600 is no longer the fastest bike, outpaced by the NRG-500 and FCR-900.
GTA IVIn GTA IV the PCJ 600 is designed as a streetfighter that strongly resembles the Honda CB series bikes, namely the CB400 Super Four and the first generation CB600F with elements of a Ducati Monster S4R on certain models. The color is either solid or split between the body and frame.
In GTA IV, the PCJ 600 is the second-fastest bike (after the NRG 900). Due to the time it takes an NRG 900 to attain its top speed, the PCJ can outrun the NRG in a Race if the PCJ rider leans forward. Both bikes have the same 0-60mph time of 4.4 seconds. The PCJ 600 appears to be powered by a 3 cylinder engine, possibly 600cc (hence the '600' in the name). The Bike shares the same high-pitched wail with the Vader. In the hands of an experienced rider, the PCJ 600 can outrun any NRG 900. But be warned that in both TBOGT and TLAD new fast bikes are introduced and may put this bike in the shade. While the NRG 900 could be hard to control at certain times, the PCJ 600 could be a good alternative for beating the NRG in an online race since it is easier to ride.
Variants with unique colors
- Silver PCJ 600
In the beginning of the mission Autocide, in GTA Vice City, the player is given a unique PCJ-600 along with a Micro-SMG, and a Sniper Rifle for his task of eliminating members of a European Gang whom were setting up a heist at a bank in Vice City. The PCJ-600 has a unique silver paintjob, but still maintains the same performance of the regular PCJ-600. Following the completion or failure of the mission, the player can store it in a garage to keep it.
- During development of GTA LCS, there was to be a golden PCJ-600. This PCJ also seemed to be the GTA: VC/VCS version.
- In GTA IV, the two default radio stations in the PCJ 600 are Electro-Choc and Radio Broker.
In the GTA: Liberty City Stories races Torrington TT and Gangsta GP, you race against three PCJ-600s, two of which have special colors (white and sky blue). They can be obtained using this trick: Start the race as usual, but remain in the starting line until the end of the race. Wait for the other racers to cross the finish line. Get into the bike of your choice and drive it to your safehouse garage. Leave the garage door open and fire a rocket or grenade at the bike. You will fail the race by damaging one of your competitors' bikes, but it will be repaired once again after the garage door closes. Save as usual.
GTA Vice City
- As explained earlier, you will be given a uniquely silver PCJ-600 in the mission Autocide for Mr Black
- North of the VCPD headquarters in Ocean Beach at the base of a tall white building, activates the side mission PCJ Playground.
- Behind the glass window of Howlin' Petes Biker Emporium in Downtown opposite the Greasy Chopper Bar.
- Under a blue building north of the Pay 'n' Spray in Washington Beach.
- At the Ocean Bay Marina in Washington Beach.
- They usually spawn in Downtown's streets.
GTA San Andreas
- Beside the water tanker, on the northeast corner of the airstrip at Verdant Meadows, Bone County.
- Occasionally, several of them will spawn in the parking lot of the Las Venturas Hospital.
- Commonly spawning around the state of San Andreas
GTA Liberty City Stories
- Frequently found being driven around all areas.
- Outside Salvatore's mansion in the edge of Saint Mark's, Portland Island. This vehicle is uniquely jet black.
- In a small alley just south of the Portland safehouse from GTA III.
- In the parking lot behind the Staunton Island safehouse in Newport.
- Spawns with the V8 Ghost at the players Staunton Island Safehouse after completing the Car-azy Car Give Away.
- In the parking lot in front of the fire truck in Francis International Airport, Shoreside Vale
- Near the GTA III Portland Safehouse in an alleyway
GTA Vice City Stories
- One, under the bridge to Prawn Island by Vice Point Mall, activates the side mission Playground on the Point.
- Next to a building by the Vice Point Mall.
- Parked by the Links View Apartment.
- Parked near the Downtown police station, activates the Playground on the Park side mission.
- Parked in a small parking lot westward of fire station in Downtown
- Parked in the front yard of a house north of Diaz's Mansion.
- Parked near the 101 Bayshore Avenue safehouse, begins side mission Playground on the Docks. (PS2 exclusive)
- Can be usually seen Downtown and driving along Bayshore Avenue in front of the safehouse.
- Leaning against a tree east of Lance's house (during "Light My Pyre" mission only)
- Used in No Love Lost.
- Used in I Need Your Clothes, Your Boots, and Your Motorcycle.
- Found easily in Alderney, specifically Alderney City.
- May spawn by walking around Star Junction, Algonquin.
- Spawns more when driving a Sabre GT.
- Spawns in Easton and Lancet