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Suzuki GSV-R

Suzuki GSV-R

Suzuki is the name of the series of four-… V4 motorcycles developed by Suzuki to in the MotoGP World Championship. replaced Suzuki’s 500cc V4 RGV500 which was ridden by Roberts, Jr. to win the GP500 Championship in

The GSV-R was introduced on 2002, one earlier than the original with codename XRE0. New were promoting the growth of engines, and the performance of the new engine testing was strong according to Despite the use of a new engine, XRE0 was the old RGV500 Gamma Chassis, was later criticized as a big mistake by MotoGP analysts.

Using the chassis and fairings were previously made for the RGV500 engine, XRE0 was by many stability issues. The use of Tyre spec was another Despite all of that, XRE0 was to taste its first podium place) on the opening round at and got third place at Rio in the same

XRE0 achievements however inconsistent, as the riders often down, crashed, or were to retire by technical failures. The top rider by the end of The 2002 MotoGP was Kenny Roberts, Jr. in ninth overall.

For 2007, MotoGP rules changed to allow a maximum of 800cc. Suzuki introduced an version of the GSV-R also as GSV-R800. The GSV-R800 was codenamed because of its newly redesigned based on displacement limitations.

The new engine was based from the of the 2006 990cc GSV-R the XRG0 engines bore, and cylinder pitch had been to better suit the 800cc displacement. The factory Rizla MotoGP team stated the new aim was to ‘achieve the best possible and reliable high rpm operation, and to the riders with user power delivery and predictable character.’ The XRG0 was also with a redesigned engine unit supplied by Mitsubishi. of producing 220 horsepower at 17,500rpm. The layout and wheelbase length the 2006 GSV-R XRE4 in the 2006 MotoGP season on the new model, however the fairing had been updated to better

high speed stability. [ 1 ]

The 2008 MotoGP season another redesigned GSV-R800 Suzuki codenamed XRG1 as the to the XRG0 of the previous year. second generation 800cc prototype was the most complex and advanced racing motorcycle had ever produced at its time. The had been developed closely team riders Chris and Loris Capirossi and the feedback the MotoGP team and Suzuki engineers.

A key focus area in the XRG1 was improving acceleration. was accomplished by refining every of the 2007 XRG0 engine and an Mitsubishi ECU. The resulted redesigning provided lower consumption and increased usability.

Further refinements of the XRG0 for the 2008 XRG1 allowed for cornering performance and change of Along with the chassis a newly designed fairing was to reduce wind resistance to handling characteristics. [ 2 ]

At the end of 2011 pulled out of MotoGP until at 2014, citing the need to costs amid the global downturn. [ 3 ]

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Suzuki GSV-R
Suzuki GSV-R


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