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Gsxr 750 Review

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2008 Suzuki GSX-R750 First Ride
…enthusiast's primary choices the 750 has faded away, replaced by either: a) fast enough for most, but still relatively tame supersport, or b) a triple-digit speed wheelieing literbike rocket, which has more power than most compact cars. Between those two extremes is where the Gixxer 750 finds itself idyllically…
2008 Suzuki GSX-R750 Comparison II
…too much power is like having too much money, who do everything in excess, who are never satisfied. But for the rest of us rational-minded folks, the 750 is hard to beat. It was quickly a favorite on the street and track. The only complaint may be that it's actually good at everything, but not really great…
2007 GSX-R750 vs Daytona 675
…sort of rehab we'll call Asphalt Anonymous. Twenty-two years ago the GSX-R750 defined the modern day sportbike. In the decades that followed the Gixxer seven-fifty, as it is known by true Suzuki enthusiasts, collected numerous race wins within both the amateur and professional road race ranks and tallied…
2006 Suzuki GSX-R750 First Ride
…arrived a little quicker than on the 600, necessitating a let off on the throttle and forcing different lines. The 750 was also more difficult to lean over than its smaller-displacement Gixxer kin, thanks to the extra speed it generates and the greater mass of reciprocating internal parts. Shifting up out…
2008 Suzuki GSX-R Comparison
…here, people: Three bikes, two tracks (two crashes), hundreds of street miles - but there can only be one winner. Suzuki GSXR Shootout Photo Gallery Recent Sportbike Motorcycle Reviews "
Suzuki GSX-R750 Project Bike
…-800-776-8473 GPR info@gprstabilizer.com 619-661-0101 Track Crafters 831-769-9154 Suzuki GSX-R750 Project Bike Gallery Recent Street Bike Motorcycle Reviews Dealer Locator Recent Project Bike Articles View All Project Bikes Related Articles 2008 Suzuki GSX-R750 First Ride 2008 Ducati 848 vs Suzuki GSX-R750…
2008 Ducati 848 vs Suzuki GSX-R750
…without a stand. We started off our first day at B-Willow on the standard OE tires as fitted off the showroom floor. Just like the Suzuki 600, the Gixxer 750 comes with Bridgestone Battlax BT-016 tires, while the Duc uses Pirelli's previous generation DOT-labeled roadracing tire, the Dragon Supercorsa…
2007 Suzuki GSX-R750 Comparison
…$10,199 Weight: 413 lbs (Fuel empty) MPG: 22 MPG (Track) / 33MPG (Street) Konnichiwa, my name is Suzuki GSX-R750 and I like to haul ass. Yes, Mr. Gixxer was all new from the ground up in 2006 and remains unchanged for this year aside from minor alterations to the graphics. It shares the aggressive and…
MotorcycleUSA's Best of 2006
…neglected, as a 750cc four-cylinder sportbike is a superb balance of weight and power. It's basically a GSX-R600 with a 750 motor stuffed inside, so it's nimbler than the Gixxer Thou and much more powerful than the 600. This class of bikes deserves a resurgence, and we might eventually see it now that…
Metzeler Roadtec Interact Z8 Tire Review
…the newest generation of sport touring motorcycles, which in this day and age could be anything from a BMW K1600GTL to Honda‚Äôs VFR to even a GSX-R 750. In the center of the tire the tension of the cords is high to deliver the best possible mileage and wear. On each side a lower tension zone is meant…
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