Suzuki GSX-R 750, Kawasaki ZX 636R test
Suzuki GSX-R 750, Kawasaki ZX 636R test.
Suzuki GSX-R 750
Suzuki has remained true to the GSX-R's original concept with continued
evolution the GSX-R750. The GSX-R750 remains the best choice for riders
who appreciate a state-of-the-art 750cc engine combined with the
compactness of a GSX-R600cc Supersport. When you ride a GSX-R750 you
experience the breathtaking combination of outstanding race winning
heritage, engine performance, crisp handling, compact size and light
weight. It's a winning combination that allows any rider to experience the
exhilarating rush any time, any place, anywhere.
Kawasaki ZX 636R
On the streets or at the track, the 2013 Ninja® ZX™-6R has all the right
weapons to punish the competition.
Equipped with the undeniable power that can only be produced from extra
displacement, the Ninja ZX-6R makes
no apologies for packing a 636cc engine in a 599cc class. It embodies all
the lessons of its predecessors
and combines them with new technologies to ensure Ninja's position at the
forefront of the middleweight class.
Yamaha Warrior GSXR 750
Click on the link; to see her in action -
02 fuel injected Suzuki GSX-R 750 motor producing 148 bhp
CNC machined Fuel tank and oil Pan
Laser cut Exhaust flanges
True dual Exhaust, custom headers
and dual D&D mufflers
Balanced to 49.6% Crossweight
Nissan Skyline GTR 700HP vs. Suzuki GSX-R 750 - Topspeedbattle -
Nissan Skyline R32 GTR 700HP vs. Suzuki GSX-R 750 K8 in stock condition -
Topspeedbattle - on German Autobahn. 1. Run stopped because of traffic.
Skyline has one extra passenger inside. The biker was effective really fast
up to 270km/h...but dont trust the Suzuki speedo...its not really that
accurate...but see yourself.
Maybe we will have a rerun with some parts changed or the Boost raised up :)
Good run though. Thanks to Marcel
Illegal Street Bike Stunts
Like us on Facebook:
and follow at Twitter: https://twitter.com/FourOrTwoWheel1