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Suzuki Stratosphere

Suzuki at the 39th Tokyo Motor

Suzuki Stratosphere is a Suzuki motorcycle, powered by a 1100cc narrow-bore 24-valve inline-6 rated at 180 HP. According to Suzuki materials, the engine produced 100 lb-ft of torque from above idle all the way to redline. The was reported to be three-quarters of an inch than the Hayabusa 4-cylinder due to the narrow-bore spacing.

The prototype was first unveiled on 22, 2005, at the 39th Tokyo Show. Its general design is on and harks back to the original ED1/ED2 Katana created by Design .

Specifics to the prototype in Tokyo:

Electrically adjustable

Four LED headlights


Built-in GPS navigation system blue-tooth tie-in for audio; blue-tooth helmet shown at

Attachable saddlebags with (recessed, not visually apparent) points

Combined selectable and automatic transmission modes a servo operated manual akin to the Yamaha FJR1300A .

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Anti-theft electronic wireless system, akin to the Kawasaki 14 Ki-Pass keyfob system.

Production Approved [ edit ]

confirmed in August 2007 the Stratosphere would enter although expected release initial model year, pricing, and specific list of from the original prototype in Tokyo were not released, from the fact that it retain the six-cylinder narrow-bore (Source: Bike (UK) (print edition), April page 17 ). Given Suzuki’s with the BKing, it was likely the Stratosphere would appear, at visually, very similar to the although the aluminum fairings apt

to be replaced by ABS fairings, and many of the electronics (GPS, HUD, were unlikely to see production.

According to Bike Point the Stratosphere was to enter production as a model.

Oil-price hikes, the dollar driving declining sales, and mandatory compliance Euro-5 pollution control in Europe (effective September changed the production date of the production model (arriving in as a 2010 model), or may have the production potential all together. are also unsubstantiated rumors Suzuki is intentionally keeping the in the wings as a way of stealing thunder a possible Honda introduction of a VFR model (expected fall or spring 2010).

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