2008 Suzuki GSXR 1000
Leo vince Exhaust system
ABC power mode selection
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Suzuki’s GSXR continues to be class favorite with it’s striking looks, powerful engine and long term reliability. Equipped with an aluminum twin-spar frame, Showa front and rear suspension, wet slipper clutch, and stainless exhaust, there is no mistaking the GSXR as a track ready machine. GSXR’s have always been commended for their rider-friendliness, and the new model for the 2008 year is no different. Offering superior wind protection and comfort in its class, the Suzuki provides a healthy balance of track-day capabilities and street bike utility. All new for the 2008 year are the “A, B, & C” mode selections that allow the rider to select from programmed engine management commands that have been integrated into the ECU to suit a variety of riding conditions. In addition, despite progressively-harsher emissions regulations, power is still up and performance is excellent producing a max of 182.5hp. As a true race level sport bike, the GSXR offers nothing but the best throttle response, acceleration, handling and braking performance. The GSXR has been designed with a narrower engine and chassis to allow for maximum handling and riding comfort. A lightweight aluminum-alloy frame helps keep the weight down without compromising stiffness.
Model: Suzuki GSXR 1000
Motorcycle Class: Sport Bikes
Engine: 998cc liquid-cooled inline four cylinder
Fuel System: Fuel Injected
Suspension: Inverted telescopic forks with fully adjustable preload, rebound and compression up front, rear monoshock with fully adjustable preload, rebound and compression.
Brakes: Dual 310mm discs in front with four-piston calipers, single 220mm disc in back with two-piston caliper
Dry Weight: 379 pounds