2007 Suzuki GSXR 750

Suzuki GSXR 750 in Santa Clara San Jose Bay Area

$6000

Plus Taxes & LicensingSold

2007 Suzuki GSXR 750

23k miles

new rear tire

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A huge step in power from a 600 without the weight and size of a 1000, the GSXR750 is a perfect mix of power and weight. The 750’s powerband is wide, featuring instant throttle response and braking performance with very balanced handling thanks to the lightweight aluminum frame and Suzuki’s attention to keeping the weight centralized with the MotoGP style underside exhaust. On the track, or the street the GSXR is more than capable of anything you can throw at it. As a true race level sport bike, the GSXR offers nothing but the best throttle response, acceleration, handling and braking performance. Much like the 600, the 750 boasts a slipper clutch that allows for smooth downshifts and tall gearing that makes it the most comfortable street bike in its class. The GSXR 750 proves itself yet again as an extremely capable street and track machine even more so than the 600, making it an excellent choice for experienced riders who appreciate a well-balanced and refined bike.

Year: 2007
Model: Suzuki GSXR 750
Motorcycle Class: Sport Bikes
Engine: 749cc liquid-cooled inline four cylinder four stroke
Fuel System: Fuel Injected Suzuki's SDTV throttle valve system
Transmission: 6-Speed
Suspension: Inverted 41mm Showa cartridge front forks with fully adjustable preload, compression damping, and rebound damping, Showa rear shock with fully adjustable rebound damping, compression damping and preload.
Brakes: Dual 310mm front discs with Tokico four-piston calipers, 220mm rear disc with Tokico two-piston caliper
Dry Weight: 359 pounds

Category: Sport Bikes
Year: 2007
Make: Suzuki
Model: GSXR 750
Condition: excellent
Title status: clean
Miles: 23000
Sold: yes

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