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Andy Downes  says:

Cologne Bike Show: 2011 GSX-R750 and 2011 GSX-R600

Suzuki has just publically unveiled the Suzuki GSX-R600 and GSX-R750 at the Cologne Bike Show They are claiming 9kg weight reduction over the previous GSX-R600 taking it down to 187kg. This is due to engine weight losses and an entirely new chassis. The GSX-750 has had an 8kg weight reduction and also 10% improvement in fuel economy.

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Apr 09

Posts: 34

FORCE3D says:

Well with all this claimed weight loss and various improvements I think she looks great!!! The bike ain't bad either

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Jul 10

Posts: 2

Is it just me

or do i see brembo brakes on the bike?

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Jun 06

Posts: 59

brynhils says:

Getting Lazy?

They might be 'Brembo' units on that model but, I'm not seeing any extra safety features like ABS which seem to be fitted to a great many sport bikes nowadays.

Perhaps Suzuki are getting a bit lazy?  Do we really care about a 9Kg weight loss when we are commuting from home to the office on our traffic congested roads?  How much time do people spend on a track vs time on the local roads?  Most of these will never see a track - I reckon we put back a couple of Kg with optional ABS/Traction control etc and I'm sure people wouldn't mind.


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Jun 07

Posts: 62

2FAST4YOU says:

ABS/Traction control

I'm in the ABS/Traction control camp I'm loving the Brembo & BPF very nice but ABS/Traction control is the future if you like speed it makes you go/stop faster & it should at the very least be optional extra! Look at BMW everyone likes it even the ones who say they don't

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Aug 02

Posts: 443

snave says:

I say,

Was she chosen because her nose exactly matches the front end of the Suzook? C'mon MCN, get with the real story...

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Jul 08

Posts: 179

Fomancu says:

So when do we get a 1000cc version?

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Sep 09

Posts: 74

cjenkins says:


New 1000 in 2012 if they stick to the three year cycle.

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Sep 10

Posts: 13

zepper252 says:


Its supposed to be a 2 yr cycle for the 1000's.   2001/2002, 03/04, 05/06, 07/08, 09/10.      They owe us a fookin' 1000.

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Jun 10

Posts: 191

Toecutter71 says:

I realy do not know What happens  whit Suzuki, but my impresion is,or Suzuki put they money in car or thay give'up of bike's, except in gsx-r class(but,that is questionable)  Suzuki didn't make brend new bike for 5 past year's, realy i was sure when yamaha reveal new fazer 8 end kawasaki reveal new z 1 end z 750,Suzuki have some card in the sleeve, but nothing go'n hapend.Know, i all ready wory !!!! They revel new???? gsx-r 750 end 600(but when we make a joke)which is lighter for...whos go'n'a care... especialy when all others brend's shooting up realy new end nice bike's

Those anybody know's what's going on whit "once up on a time, great manufacturer of bikes"??

People from Suzuki, ...enybody!!!??

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Sep 09

Posts: 74

cjenkins says:


They said they were changing to a three year cycle some time ago. I just hope the the bikes worth waiting for or i'll be getting the new Ducati thats due for release in 2012.

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