2009 Suzuki GSXR 600
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Suzuki’s GSXR is a fuel-injected 599cc race machine legal for street use. Aluminum twin-spar frame, Showa front and rear suspension, wet slipper clutch, and stainless exhaust all contribute to the epic handling and extreme power to weight ratio. Expect instant throttle, turn-in and braking performance thanks to the track heritage of the GSXR. 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 125 hp at 13,500 rpms. This, barring all the extensive engine redesigning that has been done, results in the all too familiar signature exhaust note the 600 shares with its big brother, the GSXR 1000. 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.
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Model: Suzuki GSXR 600
Motorcycle Class: Sport Bikes
Engine: 599cc liquid-cooled inline four cylinder
Fuel System: Fuel Injected
Suspension: Showa 41mm telescopic forks with fully adjustable preload, rebound and compression up front, and 46mm 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: 359 pounds