2014 Suzuki GSX-R 750 Review Unchanged & Razor Sharp

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2014 Suzuki GSX-R 750

Suzuki GSX-R 750

2014 GSX-R 750

2014 Suzuki 750

2014 Suzuki GSX-R 750

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2014 GSX-R750 Test

Suzuki change a thing on its 2014 and that’s fine with us. than incorporating last front brake master-cylinder the 750 remains a singular bike in a of its own and one that, other than its A/B injection maps, eschews rider aids. Want control?

Use your wrist.

We be taking it to the track but for now, than cramped ergonomics offer little in the way of creature the GSX-R is a real rider.

The 80 of freeway back to our garage that even with set up for the track or aggressive canyon the 750 remained relatively supple the many blemishes in the road and little of the harshness normally suspension settings like on many other brands.

Credit for this ride to the Showa inverted forks and link-type coil spring suspension. We found that setup worked very both on the road and at the track.

Our bike was received with 200 miles on the odometer and, with stock suspension In hundreds of canyon miles and more than 100 miles of track riding, the Gixxer was sharp and confidence inducing.

I 185 pounds and never touched the settings. And at 6 feet, I fit into the and found the reach to the bars, angle and peg height to be what one expect in most bikes size and design. Tight but

The standard fitment Bridgestone BT016 Hypersport tires (F – R 180/55ZR17) offered only ability on the street and did take a at the track producing gumballs the of garbanzo beans. In all fairness, says this tire “is to maximize the sporty performance of bikes on the road today.” Not to as you will shag these in no-time and replace them rubber commensurate with mission.

Around town is easy and the torque available off is far superior to that of a 600. away from stop requires no histrionics. The bike off smoothly but, at low revs, the has a very guttural “valvey” kind of like the noise by an old duck call.

Notwithstanding engine internals harmonize 6000 rpm when the engine making serious power thrust more akin to an liter bike than a and redline is north of 14,000

The 750 has a wheelbase of 54.7 inches and a curb weight of 419 pounds. to the 600, wheelbase is only 0.2 longer and it’s only 7 heavier. Given the base of $12,299, the 750 is priced only more than its diminutive making it, methinks, an easy for buyers, presuming they racing in the Supersport class.

duties are performed by twin radial mounted brakes up and a Nissin caliper in the rear. M50 they are not but they are everything to tame this beast, at track speed and repeated usage. We experienced no fade or irregularities in their performance.

For our day with Motoyard (www.motoyard.com) at the of Willow within Willow International Raceway in the high outside Rosamond, Calif. the is quite cooperative. This which can get high winds, hot and very cold days, and all in the same day, is about 65 calm and sunny. We are really our weather here in Southern as most of the US is now snowed in.

This Gixxer springs out of the almost like a liter and does not suffer any embarrassment any of the sessions. Sure, those may pack 40-50 more but the 750 hangs with them on relatively short track in the tight places, reigns As the old saying goes, “better to a slow bike fast a fast bike slow.” It overwhelm nor is it intimidating, but don’t let make you think it’s

With an estimated 120-125 hp at the this bike acquits quite well offering lap lap of consistent performance.

Turn-in at any is smooth and drama-free. Those work well and the stiff aids in keeping everything as the pilot approaches each Drive off the corner is very yet manageable and there is power to steer with the throttle and the rear. The front end delivered good feedback and sent messages as to where the gremlin

Good stuff, as we also on the Showa-suspended 2014 Aprilia we rode recently.

We liked the feel of the 6-speed transmission and the back-torque-limiting (slipper) clutch is a piece of kit. Our vote be for a quick-shifter, especially for track Truth is, most sport ought to have one.

Gixxer completed the day at Streets any muss or fuss but, most of the bikes out there, fuel at a high rate the 4.5 gallon tank. MPG on the street was 45 and on the about 23.

The 2014 Suzuki GSX-R750 to live up to its well-deserved reputation and is now in Metallic Triton Blue-Pearl White or Glass Sparkle Mira Red. If you are in the market for a track bike that can as your weekend ride, all at a cost, this offering suit your fancy.

by Don Williams

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