mardi 23 février 2010

Suzuki GSX-R

Suzuki GSX-R600
For many sportbike racing enthusiasts, the Suzuki GSX-R600 was their first race machine. The lightweight package delivers incredibly nimble handling feel and fuel-injected horsepower for a combination that makes this bike a leader in the class. Featuring technology developed and refined on racetracks around the world, the GSX-R600 features the most powerful, most
efficient 600cc four-cylinder engine ever built by Suzuki. Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve fuel injection technology provides the optimum throttle response and fuel delivery for top performance on the street or circuit. Like its GSX-R siblings, the 600 also features the
Suzuki Drive Mode Selector system that lets riders choose from three distinct power mode settings. This allows racers to select different power delivery modes depending on track conditions. These features and more make the Suzuki GSX-R600 one of the best-selling motorcycles in the nation.

Suzuki GSX-R750
Introduced in 1985, the original Suzuki GSX-R750 gave birth to the racer replica sportbike movement. With this motorcycle, Suzuki proved that a sportbike made for the street can perform like it’s made for the racetrack. This GSX-R paved the road for all the great GSX-R sportbikes to follow, including the lightweight GSX-R600 and the top performing GSX-R1000 superbike. The strength of the GSX-R750 today is even more prominent than when the motorcycle was first introduced. With big-bore power close to that of the GSX-R1000 in a small package sized like the lightweight GSX-R600, the GSX-R750 is often considered the ultimate sportbike.
Suzuki GSX-R1000
With the best professional road racing record of any modern Superbike, the Suzuki GSX-R1000 lives up to its “Own the Racetrack” message. It’s helped great racers like Mat Mladin and Ben Spies win the last six consecutive AMA Superbike Championships. For 2009, the liter-bike is all new and is poised to continue its reign atop the podium. The 2009 GSX-R1000 is redesigned for one simple reason: to make sure it remains as the top performer. Knowing that its biggest rival will be the 2008 GSX-R1000, that’s a tall order. To achieve a total balance of superior high performance, the GSX-R1000 uses an all-new chassis with dimensions designed for incredible quickness along with high-speed stability. The new engine is more compact front-to-rear, helping achieve the new chassis dimension goals of a short wheelbase and a long swingarm. Plus, the new short-stroke engine design allows improved efficiency and is better suited to the high-rpm racing situations
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