OneWheelDrive.Net Road Review: 2006 Suzuki GSX-R 750

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Being the identical twin to the 600 in steering geometry, brakes, wheels, seat and fairings give the K6 GSX-R 750 a bit of an identity Under the fairing it’s a story, while the 600 may have a stomach however, the 750 has been off to the gym some serious muscular – snapping to speed like a with shoulder wrenching

At the crank the claimed output is a 150hp at 12,000 RPM, 55ft-lbs of torque coming on at 10,500RPM. Compare those to the Gixxer 600’s maximum of torque shoving in at 7000RPM, and claimed 124 crank horses at RPM and there’s no mystery as to who has the better

Whacking the throttle boldfaces the between the two bikes and opens up injectors, one manually controlled the bulk of the fuelling and one computer fine tuning the control, working in synchrony to keep smooth and responsive.  The 600 spins up wailing through the tach, and speedo, while the 750 is more and purposeful.

  On the 750, passing 8000RPM you are up to faster than your can be stamped with “Cancelled”.   The 750’s numbers come at a though; the bike comes in at heavier than its 161kg brother at 163kg dry. mass it seems does weigh more.

Out on the road two kilograms completely fail to when the GSX-R 750’s flexibility and easier riding the equation – concerned about weight?  Skip the doughnuts and hit the shakes at the office.  Where the 600 has only one gear that the occasion, the 750 is better natured you take you waft through the twists in fourth, or scream in second.

  Whatever the mood, bike is willing to play.

If you choose to ride in traffic, forbid, the compact ergos are wrist screaming sportbike till over 120kph, the midrange gives the bike a lenient nature than the set.  The K6 750 requires less through Suzuki’s slick 6-ratio transmission, and less to get up to power – by comparison the 600 feels it’s come down a case of anemia.  This is all the threat of getting pounded a mash by the ‘roid-rage power of the class bikes… take pick of which, because in the end all make about as much on the road as gym bunny with biceps wedged into a

There is something else riding through town on the 750 that one needs to consider – the it draws.  Part of it might be the syncopated snarl stirring deep limbic response in the brain.  The other part be the looks, subtle like a panther from the side and vehement cycloptic villainy the front.  The experience turns the of the male “slacker” generation so quickly as to cause whiplash.

  at an intersection by the local board and call the ambulance, ‘cause will be walking into poles.  For the sake of those me it was obvious the GSX-R 750 needed to be in less urban environs.

Thru the twists the GSX-R is planted and composed.  The suspension a multiplicity of adjustments; preload, and low speed compression damping, and damping.  Adjusting this is mind-boggling than the list of on a semi-synthetic power bar.

  of us in the Clydesdale category at the local fun will find a bit more out back in order, lest the 750 feel like a dog dragging its along the ground,  Once the are right though, this shreds the corners with matching any 600-sport bike force feeding you truckloads of and assailing you with the stubby bellicose bray.  As with the drawing you down from intoxicating bout of encroaching loss are the twin 310mm and four? pistoned radial providing strong and consistent

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When it comes to ergonomics the K6 750’s are tighter than the year’s model, three-way pegs or no.  Sitting on the K5 the feels like a sport by comparison to the latest greatest.  The are something to keep in mind, among the current crop of sport 600’s the GSX-R 750 by extension the 600) is fairly

  Relaxed of course is a relative a bed of nails say is more comfortable laying on red-hot coals, but I’m sport touring biased.

In the GSX-R 750 could see you through the aggressive tour like its brother the 1000.  Comfort is by the smoothness of the engine;  vibe is reduced over the 600’s through the pegs and bars. We the GSX-R 750 with a Bandit and the Honda VFR and frankly this keeps company with bikes in the smooth category, not as sedate by any means.

  The airflow and weather protection is top for a sport bike, the stream the windscreen is clean and buffet and the fairings offer good

The tank at 16.5L leaves a bit to be on longer rides with the requiring periodic libations, the coming on at around 120km You’ll not be carrying much on the in standard garb, with the cowl (or pillion seat if out to inflict pain on the unsuspecting) requiring creativity to fit anything the manual, a wallet and your

The real question here is type of régime of engine and performance enhancements would it to move the 125hp GSX-R 600 up the to the 750’s 150?  Could it be for the $1200.00 difference in MSRPs the 750 sitting at $12,999?  At that a set of pipes feels like a unless you’re a “bling-it-on” who needs the visual affirmation of

  Even if you could pull off an upgrade it’s doubtful as to you’d be able to achieve the mid-range grunt as the Suzuki 750.  That makes the pretty easy in my books, you absolutely crave the rev-happy of a 600cc sport bike, or off to the races I’m hard pressed to see any not to go for the road usability of the GSX-R 750 the 600.  If you’re really about being seen on a you can always buy the stickers…  you’ll be fast enough no one will be to tell the difference between the two

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