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Suzuki, in 1985 with their creation of the GSX-R750, helped to pioneer the world of the super-sport bike that we all know today.  Debuting with a whopping 100hp engine, the GSX-R750 won the AMA superbike series in 1989. To keep up with the competition, Suzuki has refined the GSXR750 almost every year since its inception.

1985 Suzuki GSXR750





GSX-R750, 1985-1987

•    100 Horse Power
•    Welded Box Tube Aluminum Chassis
•    Weighed 388 lbs
•    Distinct Full Faired, Twin Round Headlight Body
•    Air and Oil Cooled


GSX-R750, 1988-1992

•    Chassis changed to a cast frame
•    Weighed 458 lbs
•    Winner of the 1989 AMA Superbike Series

 

1993 Suzuki GSXR750





GSX-R750 W, 1993

•    Engine was upgraded to be water cooled
•    “W” was added to the model name to specify that it was water cooled
•    Engine was tweaked to give it slightly more horse power
•    118 horse power
•    Weighed 458 lbs.


GSX-R750, 1994-1995

•    Same water-cooled motor as the 1993
•    Revised frame design, reduced weight by 22 lbs
•    Weighed 436 lbs

2000 Suzuki GSXR750



GSX-R750, 1996-1999

•    New Aluminum Frame to reduce weight even more
•    Weighed 394 lbs
•    In 1996 introduced SRAD (Suzuki Ram Air Direct)
•    In 1998, introduced Electronic Fuel Injection
•    Boosted Horse Power to 134hp
•    Won 10 of 11 consecutive AMA Superbike Championships beginning in 1999


GSX-R750, 2000-2003

•    Totally redesigned the engine
•    Upgraded Electronic Fuel Injection
•    Upgraded body to be more aero-dynamic
•    New twin-spar frame
•    Longer swingarm
•    More than a decade later in 2011, Cycle World Magazine described it as, “One of the greatest sportbikes of all time.”

 

2005 20th Anniversary Edition Suzuki GSXR750




GSX-R750, 2004

•    ECU upgrade from a 16bit to a 32bit system
•    Body updated to have more modern styling
•    147 horse power
•    Weighed 359 lbs.


GSXR-750, 2005

•    20th Anniversary Edition
•    Custom paint
•    Custom exhaust
•    Blue EK drive chain
•    Blue seat
•    Anniversary placards

2009 Suzuki GSXR750




GSX-R750, 2006-2007

•    New Frame design to reduce weight and increase strength
•    New swingarm
•    New motor, increase the stroke length
•    Lightweight titanium valves
•    Thin-wall hollow camshafts
•    Bigger brake rotors for more stopping power


GSX-R750, 2008-2010

•    Introduced selectable multi-mode power adjustments
•    Revised headlights
•    New color options
•    123 horse power
•    Weighed 394 lbs.

 

20114 Suzuki GSXR750






GSX-R750, 2011-2014

•    Full style update for more modern look and reduced weight
•    New headlight
•    Weighed 20 lbs less than the previous years
•    Total weight, 368 lbs
•    Upgraded the brakes to a Brembo system
•    Upgraded the suspension to the lightweight Showa Big Piston Forks, (BPF) an Showa rear shock

Suzuki GSX-R750 Specs

Tires, Battery, and Spark Plug

Suzuki GSXR 750 Specs

1986-1989 GSXR 750

Front Tires 110x80x18 (1986-1987

Front Tires 120x70x17 (1988-1989)

Rear Tires 140x70x18 (1986-1987)

Rear Tires 160x60x17 (1988-1989)

Battery YB14L-A2

Spark Plug D9EA (1986-1987)

Spark Plug JR9C (1988-1989)

Suzuki GSXR 750 Specs

1990-1992 GSXR 750

Front Tires 120x70x17

Rear Tires 170x60x17

Battery YB14L-A2

Spark Plug CR10EK

Suzuki GSXR 750 Specs

1993-1995 GSXR 750 W

Front Tires 120x70x17

Rear Tires 170x60x17 (1993)

Rear Tires 180x55x17 (1994-1995)

Battery YTX12-BS (1993)

Battery YTX9-BS (1994-1995)

Spark Plug CR9EK (1993)

Spark Plug CR9E (1994-1995)

Suzuki GSXR 750 Specs

1996-1999 GSXR 750

Front Tires 120x70x17

Rear Tires 190x50x17

Battery YTX9-BS

Spark Plug CR9E

Suzuki GSXR 750 Specs

2000-2012 GSXR 750

Front Tires 120x70x17

Rear Tires 180x55x17

Battery YT12A-BS

Spark Plug CR9E (2000-2007)

Spark Plug CR9EIA-9 (2008-2012)

Suzuki GSXR 750 Specs

2005 GSXR 750 X

(20TH Anniversary Edition)

Front Tires 120x70x17

Rear Tires 180x55x17

Battery YT12A-BS

Spark Plug CR9E

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