6th Generation Suzuki GSX

6th Generation Suzuki GSX

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What wasn’t there to like?The new engine: Much smaller yet stronger motor, upgraded fuel injection, yamaha r6 fairing kit redesigned narrower cylinder head with straighter intake tracts, stainless steel 4 into 1 exhaust, lighter stronger engine components and covers, increased cooling capacity, bigger air box, better ram air. The engine featured 12 degree intake valves and 13 degree exhaust valves, both one degree narrower for even more compact combustion area, enabling a high 12.0 compression ratio with a smaller 7.5mm magnesium cylinder head. For both strength and weight reduction cylinders are one piece with the upper distinct three piece design crankcase. Engine is now 15mm shorter in length and 8 mm narrower in width and 5 kg lighter.A new electronic fuel injection system with double valve rider controlled throttle valve and the electronically controlled valve increases torque and power as well as increasing combustion efficiency that contributes to cleaner exhaust emission as well. The new frame is lighter while the swing arm has been lengthened 20 mm and the wheelbase is kept at 1400 mm for better handling and traction control.Other features included: More aerodynamic bodywork, smaller frontal area, redesigned instrument cluster, new LCD information (odometer, coolant temperature, clock).2000 Suzuki GSX R750 SpecificationsOverall Length: 2 055 mm (80.9 in) Overall Width: 715 mm (28.1 in) Overall Height: 1 135 mm (44.7 in) Seat Height: 830 mm (32.6 in) Wheelbase: 1 410 mm (55.5 in) Dry Weight: 166 kg (365 lbs) Engine type: Water cooled 749 cc inline 4, DOHC, 16 valves. 141 hp (102.9 kW)/ 12,500 rpm, 83 Nm/ 10,500 rpm. 2008 yamaha r6 fairing 2001 Suzuki GSX R7502001 Suzuki GSX R7502001 Suzuki GSX R750K1If there was ever a family of motorcycles that “owned the racetrack” the GSX R line is it. Not surprising considering the thousands of GSX R motorcycles sold worldwide since the model’s inception, and their popularity at all levels of roadracing. Now, the new generation of GSX R motorcycles is complete with a new 600 supersport contender and an open class machine with the best power to weight ratio in its class. Rounding out the supersport line is the TL1000R a V twin powered machine with outstanding performance on the street or the track.GSX R750: THE BENCHMARKIt’s hard to believe that a 750cc machine could perform as well or better than a 1000cc sportbike. But that’s just what the 2000 GSX R750 proved it could do; running with or outrunning the competition’s best open class models. The GSX R750’s impressive power to weight ratio and advancements in steering and straight line tracking performance, have once again proven it to be the benchmark from which other sportbikes are judged. For 2001 the GSX R750 carries on unchanged, but gives birth to two equally impressive GSX R models.The GSX R750’s 4 stroke, four cylinder, 16 valve liquid cooled engine is extremely light and compact. The engine size and weight are primarily the result of a small, lightweight cylinder head with a narrow 25 valve angle, hollow camshafts, light forged pistons and shot peened connecting rods, narrow crankshaft journal diameter and a one piece cylinder block and upper crankcase section. Combining the cylinders with the upper crankcase makes the assembly strong, light and allows internal routing of lubricating oil, eliminating external oil hoses. To gain more power and improve throttle response, a 16 bit electronic control module is used to operate the fuel injection system which consists of tapered throttle bodies that provide a steep fuel injector spray angle, plus a servo controlled secondary throttle valve system, (SDTV), to maintain correct intake air velocity.The chassis centers around a compact aluminum alloy frame with a long swingarm designed for more weight distribution on the front wheel. The frame’s optimal torsional rigidity to weight ratio and steering geometry provide excellent turn in ability, rear wheel traction and straight line tracking on the race track. The suspension consists of fully adjustable 43mm inverted forks with 125mm of wheel travel and a fully adjustable aluminum bodied shock absorber. The front brake calipers are a four piston design with lightweight aluminum pistons. custom harley fairing Lightweight 17 wheels and radial tires have also been developed for the GSX R with a narrow 5.5 inch rear wheel and 180 size rear tire. Topping off the package is aerodynamic bodywork with large ram air inlets, a narrow headlight assembly and a compact digital instrument cluster.Features included: Increased 54.5 degrees maximum leaning angle. The 43mm inverted fork and the 46mm piston rear shock are both fully adjustable. 320mm disc front brakes with lightweight 4 piston calipers: 220mm disc rear brake with a twin opposed piston caliper. Lightweight 17 inch wheels with radial tires developed specifically for the GSX R750.2001 Suzuki GSX R750 Specifications Suggested Retail: $9,449 Overall Length: 2,040 mm (80.3 in) Overall Width: 715 mm (28.1 in) Overall Height: 1,135 mm (44.7 in) Seat Height: 830 mm (32.6 in) Wheelbase: 1 400 mm (55.5 inches) Dry weight: 166 kg (366 lbs) Engine type: 749cc, 4 stroke, four cylinder, liquid cooled, DOHC, 16 valve, TSCC. 141 hp (102,9 kW)/ 12,500 rpm, 83Nm/ 10,500 rpm.If there ever was a family of motorcycles that “owned the racetrack” the GSX R line is it. Not surprising considering the thousands of GSX R motorcycles sold worldwide since the model’s inception, and their popularity at all levels of roadracing. The complete line of high performance GSX R’s is here for 2002 featuring the supersport GSX R600, the superbike GSX R750 and the open class GSX R1000. 2006 suzuki gsxr 600 fairings Rounding out the supersport line up is the TL1000R a V twin powered machine with outstanding performance on the street or the track.

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