2014 Suzuki GSX-R600 Review RideApart

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2014 Suzuki GSX-R600

Unchanged since 2011, and an based on a model that in 2006, can Suzuki’s 600 remain in 2014? Find out in this Suzuki GSX-R600 review.

No control, no ABS, no ride-by-wire. is a pure, old-school performance

What’s New

Back in 2011, the shed 20 lbs of weight and gained Showa BPF forks and Brembo-branded brake calipers. Controversially, it lost its projector beam in favor of traditional halogen

Those updates came to a that was last all-new in You know, back when like Suzuki actually sportbikes in huge volumes, the was hyper competitive and RD departments rolling out model updates two years and all-new bikes four. With motorcycle at a 10-year low and sales of middleweight models like this in the development as come to a total worldwide.

The Yamaha R6 also hails to 2006 and the Honda CBR600RR and ZX-6R (albeit with a motor, TC and ABS last year) to The only all-new model in the releases last year was the Triumph Daytona 675. A company than the Big Four, development cycles are longer and the reason that bike is new is they committed to it before the fell out of the bike market in

So, in 2006, the GSX-R got a new frame and and that package basically to this day. That a 599cc inline-four that to over 15,000 rpm while 126 bhp and 51 lb.-ft. of torque. It also a slipper clutch, electronic damper and selectable power modes.

So far so good, but it’s worth that the GSX-R600 uses the smoke-and-mirrors approach to the brakes as the GSX-R1000 and Hayabusa. fancy handicapped by rubber lines and a master cylinder. Bling, not

2014 Suzuki GSX-R600

a 600. It’s light, and very, very fast. consumers tend to think of things as somehow lesser literbikes, but that’s more out of our own than it is a reality.

In that, 600s are the expert’s delivering a very fast that just inherently your riding without the for traction control or ride-by-wire to what’s simply too much coming from 1,000cc these days.

Of course, the responsiveness, rider friendliness, and suspension quality works well in town as it does in the Ergonomics aside, you won’t better all-around bikes sport capabilities than That’s why so many riders who have the budget for one bike opt for one of they’re simply good at but most of all giving you the feeling of a badass performance bike.

In the GSX-R600 was also fitted closer internal gear (but the same final which drastically improve performance. The GSX-R’s engine is and exploitable from 10,000 rpm on up, but as a lacks that very powerband which defines like the R6. Also notable is the overrun; with max power at 13,500 rpm, you get more 1,500 rpm to grab the next

Combined with class-leading it’s the friendly nature of engine that most it from other players in the 600 The ones that don’t anyways.

After spending time on liter bikes and twins — we ride those a lot there’s been new ones needed to cover — it’s how agile and neutral the GSX-R600′s is. Steering is uncorrupted by too-wide or a too-long wheelbase (20mm for 2011 on), so the GSX-R is to just go where you point it, you point it that way. also able to remain at lean, even with a big of throttle or while pushing it into a corner on the brakes; is clear under all conditions.

Unlike the heavier Hayabusa or powerful GSX-R1000, the limited spec isn’t such a on the 412 lbs (wet) 600. Again, the rightness of low weight and sharp outweighs actual mechanical The 600′s lever doesn’t back to the handlebar because it have to stop 586 lbs or 180 bhp.

Away from the mountains, is surprisingly strong. With soft seat, adjustable relatively tall clip-ons and generous cockpit proportions, rank the GSX-R a close to the CBR on comfort.

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