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Official 2011 Suzuki GSR750 promo

The official promotion video for the new GSR750.


 


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SUZUKI GSR750
スズキの 2011年モデル『GSR750』に乗ることができました。場所は ズキ竜洋テストコースでした。





G&G GP exhaust sound on Suzuki GSR 750
Listen to the sound of the G&G GP Exhaust on the Suzuki GSR750. The standard GSR750 looks sleek, but its lines are messed up by the big original Exhaust and license plate holder. Our GP Exhaust is short and sporty, giving the GSR a whole new look. It is short, it is impressive and the sound is a deep grumble. The black lower parts are optional, and give the impression of an even shorter look. Combine that with the cover over the flange and the Exhaust is a real addition to your bike! More information can be found on www.gegshop.nl





New 2011 Suzuki GSR 750 Preview by SMC Bikes, Jamie Whitham & John reynolds.wmv
The GSR750 is a new kind of naked machine: one that combines dynamic styling, 749cc performance and an exhilarating, sporty ride with each component carefully designed to work perfectly and add to the GSR750's impressive presence. With strong lines running from nose to tail and impressive specification, the unique chassis incorporates the best qualities of a compact tubular streetbike frame and the pin-point accuracy of a twin-spar sportsbike frame. Riding on KAYABA suspension and powered by an engine derived from the GSX-R750, the result is a truly unique machine that offers strong acceleration from linear low-to-mid range torque and an intensely exciting ride. GSX-R750 derived engine -- Through modifications, including revised cam profiles, intake and Exhaust tracts and a 12.3:1 compression ratio, Suzuki engineers have tuned the 749cc engine to produce broad low-end torque and dynamic mid-range power for strong acceleration and unmatched throttle response. More fuel efficient -- With the valves set at a very narrow angle, the combustion efficiency is also improved and with cutting-edge design techniques to reduce mechanical losses, sees a 10% improvement in fuel efficiency compared to the GSR600. Upside Down Forks (USD) -- A design developed in racing and mandatory for any serious high performance machine, the inverted KAYABA front forks feature41mm stanchion tubes and adjustable spring preload. Sporty handling and riding position - With a sporty riding position and a careful relationship between the handlebars, footrests and the seat, adjustable front and rear KAYABA suspension and a compact frame, the new GSR750 tracks with real confidence to deliver a dynamic ride. Exciting and unique instruments - With adjustable brightness, the instrument cluster features a prominent, easy to read analogue tachometer and a large digital LCD speedometer. The LCD display also includes a gear position indicator, fuel gauge, odometer/trip meter and a clock. Slim mid-section -- Designed to enhance comfort so that a wider range of riders can confidently get their feet on the floor.





Suzuki GSR 750
Suzuki GSR 750 Ringtest am Pannoniaring Zum Testbericht: http://www.1000ps.at/testbericht-2352031-Suzuki_GSR_750





Test Suzuki GSR750 2011
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2011 SUZUKI GSR750 Test Ride WEB Mr. Bike
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