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Moto-Spotlight: Suzuki GSXR 600

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2011 marks a complete overhaul of the Suzuki GSXR.  This new package has dropped nearly twenty pounds compared to the previous year.  Suzuki has designed a new aluminum twin-spar frame with enhanced flex design that provides solid rider feedback without being overly harsh in everyday riding conditions.  The GSXR 600 now features Showa big piston forks with increased adjustment range for changing road surfaces.  The new big piston forks combined with upgraded Brembo Monobloc calipers result in significantly improved stopping performance and increased stability under braking.  The 2011 edition features a new engine design that significantly boosts midrange torque.  Suzuki’s engine management system has been tweaked to feature two-way power modes, A and B.  Mode A allows for full power delivery, with no throttle restriction.  Mode B reduces power delivery, making it ideal for slick road conditions, or new riders looking to adjust to a new bike.

AK Motors is proud to offer a huge selection of Suzuki GSXR variants including the 600, 750, and GSXR 1000.  This 2011 example is currently for sale with only 3000 miles!  All of our motorcycles go through a full safety inspection and detailing before being sold to ensure your safety and satisfaction.  If you’re interested in seeing this GSXR or any other motorcycle in our inventory, click here!

Here at AK Motors we are proud to offer one of the best used motorcycle selections you’ll find in the Bay Area.  If you’re in the market for a used bike, check out our online inventory or contact us for an appointment.  To see our current inventory and explore more details, check out our Inventory page!  We are located in the heart of the Silicon Valley in Santa Clara, CA with easy access from all over the Bay Area.  We offer financing for all credit levels!  Apply online here, and contact us with any further questions.

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