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2011 Suzuki GSX-R600 and GSX-R750 Revealed
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2011 Suzuki GSX-R600 and GSX-R750 Revealed - October 8, 2010, 07:31 PM



2011 Suzuki GSX-R600 and GSX-R750 Revealed - Motorcycle.com

I think its sexy like a shaved juicebox. Yum.
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Brembo brakes, electronic dampner, better fuel mileage Big Piston Showa Front Forks and 18 pounds lighter on top of everything else. I'm really considering this from a K6 7.
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I just may sell the R6 and R1LE for a 750.........


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I still can't believe the weight reduction. That all but guarantees they will explode on impact


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The headlight is ugly...other than that I like it. I may trade up from my 07 750. We will see though...


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What's with all these snub nose bikes? They are all coming out rounded. Someone spiked the koolaid.

I like it a lot. 750s are going to be insanely popular. Suzuki is single-handedly floating the Heavyweight bike.

"But the best news is that Suzuki has juggled the 750ís MSRP in relation to the 600. Instead of the $1300 difference in 2009, the added cost for the 750cc version is now just $400"


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What's with all these snub nose bikes? They are all coming out rounded. Someone spiked the koolaid.

I like it a lot. 750s are going to be insanely popular. Suzuki is single-handedly floating the Heavyweight bike.

"But the best news is that Suzuki has juggled the 750ís MSRP in relation to the 600. Instead of the $1300 difference in 2009, the added cost for the 750cc version is now just $400"
That means big increase in sales figures for 750's from the would-be 600 market for sure. But I'm with you on the snub nose-ness these days. It is terrible looking.


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What's with all these snub nose bikes? They are all coming out rounded. Someone spiked the koolaid.

I like it a lot. 750s are going to be insanely popular. Suzuki is single-handedly floating the Heavyweight bike.

"But the best news is that Suzuki has juggled the 750ís MSRP in relation to the 600. Instead of the $1300 difference in 2009, the added cost for the 750cc version is now just $400"
With that being the case the only reason to buy a 600 is for those that race, 750 is the better deal!


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. But I'm with you on the snub nose-ness these days. It is terrible looking.
I'm with you. Does that mean were getting old? Like in 10 years ill be rolling around on my k6 gsxr 750 telling all the kids how "they don't make them like this anymore" lol


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I'm with you. Does that mean were getting old? Like in 10 years ill be rolling around on my k6 gsxr 750 telling all the kids how "they don't make them like this anymore" lol

I know man! To be honest, I don't think I will ever give mine up. It was the best model series they made in regards to looks (in my opinion, of course) and is just so much damn fun. I mean, do you remember when they first came out and all the hype that surrounded them? The lines on the bike were progressive and angular and... sexy! The mirrors had integrated turn signals and the tail section was one of the cleanest I had ever seen. Oh, and how about the insanely awesome exhaust (that everyone replaced within a month of getting the bike) and, of course, the power that the 7fiddy put down that made it an easy contender with any liter bike on the market!

I am sorry, but they don't make them like they used to! Well...at least as far as looks are concerned. I have yet to test the rest of it so I will hold judgment until then.


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October 13, 2010, 10:58 AM

can't believe they went back to a Reflector headlight (which looks terrible btw)


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October 13, 2010, 11:14 AM

being that any bike I ride is probably MORE than capable in the tech department all of that is bells and whistles (not that I don't care for it..but I know I can't USE it all yet so worrying about it doesn't do me any good)....

the next thing that is in my control when I buy is look. And the bike on video doesn't look good. It looks like an old new bike with that front fairing and headlight..

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