2007 Suzuki

7 Apr 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on 2007 Suzuki
Suzuki AN 200

All 2007 Suzuki models right here from the Paris press conference.

Check out the pictures of the 2007 Suzuki’s from INTERMOT .

1st 2nd(pictures) update:

K7 GSX-R1000: 3 way ECU with 3 different settings on the handlebar: Sports mode, Wet mode and Normal. Much in the same way as on the highest spec Benelli TNT to control the power delivery. In effect traction control!

Upgraded chassis, more power etc. More detail later.

New Burgman 125 and 200, restyled.

K7 Suzuki GSX-R600, K7 GSX-R750 and K7 GSX-R1000

Pictures of the 2007 Suzuki GSX-R600 and 750 have been released early, only the colours and decals are new. The K7 GSX-R1000 have not been completely updated, but the engine now breaths out a new underbelly exhaust that ends in two larger silencers Yamaha FZ1-style. Whilst we wait for the 2007 Hayabusa we leave you to enjoy the first pictures of Suzuki’s 2007 model range. TS

2007 Suzuki SV 700

Rumours are now talking about a capacity increase of Suzuki’s long serving SV 650. Euro 3 is taking its toll and the popular middleweight V-twin is currently only Euro 2 homologated. This effectively means the SV has to change or disappear from Suzuki’s model range.

It is believed that Suzuki not only will change the SV to comply with the new emission rules but also increase capacity from 650 to 700cc. This will increase power and torque and keep the SV competitive in a new and much more competitive middle weight market. But don’t expect too much as the new regulations also makes it difficult for the engine builders to achieve as much power as we have seen in the past. Hence a capacity increase is the easiest way out.

Even the 1000 might get some changes and if it involves more cc’s and torque we welcome the changes. Welcome 2007! TS/Illustrations: Giannis Ragias Luc1 Suzuki GSR 600 test GSR 600 video

2007 Suzuki GSR 1000

After Honda launched it’s new ultra conservative CBF 1000 with Fireblade engine and Yamaha upgraded its FZ1 with a later generation R1 engine the pressure is on for Suzuki to do something exciting with its widely acclaimed monster engine GSX-R 1000. Kawasaki has stayed ahead the last few years with its all out streetfighter Z1000. The Z1000 features a large version of the old ZX9-R engine and has ever so slightly become outdated this year. More on a ZX10-R based Z1000 soon.

Previously we have reported on the expected Z1400 and GTR1400 from Kawasaki (scroll down). We believe Suzuki has big plans for its GSR, soon to be, range and despite the GSR 600 having teething problems with fuel injection issues its a cracking motorcycle ( read the test and watch video’s ). But nowhere near as cracking a motorcycle a GSR 1000 could be. Even with quite a heavy detune Suzuki could easily feature 150bhp and a monstrous torque curve in a GSR 1000.

With the GSX-R 1000 only weighing in at a claimed 166gk dry we are hoping Suzuki would keep it that way in a naked version. Assuming Suzuki has learnt from the mistake of changing to cheaper fuel injection on the GSR 600 the GSR 1000 should be pretty perfect out of the box. With top suspension and radial brakes from the GSX-R there shouldn’t be much stopping this concept.

Suzuki AN 200
Suzuki AN 200

As much as I love Italian motorcycles, the GSR 1000 is a mouth watering concept and there would be no need to re-mortgage your house to get one as the GSX-R 1000 already is the best and cheapest superbike. GSR 1000 would cost even less. Check out our GSR 1200 and 1800 concepts below and let us know your views on the GSR’s.

Which one would you buy? GSR 600 or A possible: GSR 750, GSR 1000, GSR 1200 (GSF engine), GSR 1300 (B-king Busa engine) or GSR 1800 (M1800R/M109 engine). By: TS/CG: Hugo van Waaijen

2008 Suzuki GSX1400R Hayabusa

I know it, and you know it, Suzuki will upgrade its speed monster Hayabusa for the 2008 model year. Euro 3 dictates everything the manufacturers do these days and Kawasaki has launched its most serious attack to the top speed crown since the very first ZZR in the ZZR1400. The ZZR1400 is a big leap forward much in the same way as the 1999 Hayabusa was.

When it comes to horsepower Suzuki has never rested long whe n a manufacturer has passed them. Obviously the 2008 ‘Busa has been under development for several years already. Still, we believe Suzuki has kept its super aerodynamic fairing.

Changes on our artists impression are: Radial brakes with ABS, 1400cc engine, conservative estimate of 195bhp with additional ponies at high ram-air friendly speeds, majestic torque from increased bore/stroke, new stronger swing-arm, new exhaust system that conforms to Euro 3 with a catalytic converter under the bike GSX-R style, slightly sharper styling on the rear end and brand new light weight wheels. We are pushing for official comments these days and we will see what Suzuki is willing to share early on.

By TS/Picture by: Hugo van Waaijen. Send your Suzuki Hayabusa or Honda Blackbird news to us.

2007 Suzuki SV650

Due to tighter and tighter emission regulations it is believed Suzuki will make quite a few changes to their SV range next year to conform to Euro 3. What do you say about a V-twin with GSX-R style exhaust and fresher more modern design? Well, here is how we think it will look like. Pic: Luc1

Suzuki AN 200
Suzuki AN 200

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