Super GSR 750


This is a new suzuki GSR750 for 2011 market. The new GSX-R600 boasts heightened performance levels thanks to MotoGP inspired development that has seen the new bike shed an impressive nine kilograms over its predecessor, thanks partly to an all-new chassis that has a 15mm shorter wheelbase, as well as Showa Big Piston Forks.



With engine technology advances, the new GSR750 also offers heightened performance, due to a host of innovative features taken straight from MotoGP, including lighter, more durable pistons designed with the same Finite Element Method (FEM) and fatigue analysis technology used to develop MotoGP engines. Combined with thoroughly reworked cam profiles and narrow valve angles, the new GSR750 delivers this enhanced performance through a vertically staggered, close ratio gearbox with shorter ratios for good race start performance and better corner exit drive.



To help make the 2011 Suzuki GSR750 easier to ride on city streets, Suzuki has fitted a different camshaft profile, and revised the intake and exhaust valve ports. The result is more torque down low, and a smoother throttle response from the launch. The 2011 Suzuki GSR750 receives the same engine modifications to its 750cc power plant as the 2011 Suzuki GSX-R750, namely a very narrow and compact combustion chamber. With 27.2mm intake valves, 22mm exhaust valves, and a compression ration of 12.3:1, the Suzuki GSR750 make its power in the low and mid-range, and Suzuki is touting better acceleration, fuel economy, and lower emissions because of the modifications, which is just fine by us.

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