The Suzuki GSX-R1000 is the latest edition of Suzuki’s GSX-R series of motorcycles which was released in the Indianapolis Grand Prix in order to celebrate its fifty years of existence on the U.S. market.The Amazing Suzuki GSX-R1000 Picture
The new Suzuki GSX-R1000 will be produced in one hundred copies which will be distinguished by a chromed chassis, brilliant blue wheel spokes and blue fork legs.The special edition of motorcycles is limited and half of them will be sold on the U.S. market.
This motorcycle meets every need its owner might have because it is very practical and it features a fuel economy system. It has a 999cc displacement and a DOHC engine with a great cooling capacity. The engine has the ability to run from idle to redline, and it can go fast and stop as you command due to its outstanding brakes.The brake discs are heat resistant, and they are stainless steel products that can face some of the most difficult racetracks. The suspensions can make anyone enjoy a smooth ride, even on rough surfaces.
The sport bike includes a strong chassis design, and special translucent and blue paint. It is powered by a 6 speed transmission which offers precise shifts. The lightweight frame features three castings and one die cast rear subframe. The longer swingarm and the shorter wheelbase help achieving a great racetrack performance, while the adjustable 43mm Showa Big Piston Front forks deliver an amazing feedback and very stable operations.
The best thing that makes the rides smoother than ever is the rear shock absorber that integrates adjustable spring preload, rebound damping and high and low-speed compression damping. It can be adjusted for some of the most difficult road conditions. Another important thing that is meant to make things easier for the driver is the fact that the steering is electronically controlled. That helps handling stability better by increasing the damping power when the rider uses the acceleration at its full capacity.
The new Suzuki GSX-R1000’s front brakes are equipped with the best calipers, while the rear disc brake functions with a single Nissin piston. The caliper is mounted above the swingarm, and it has a compact design that contributes to a reduction of unsprung weight. The lower unsprung weight is also helped by the new tires’ patterns, which are lighter than the ones from the previous