Suzuki Fairings — GSXR 600/750/1000

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Suzuki GSR 600 ABS

Suzuki Fairings

We build paint a variety of fairing designs for many Suzuki motorcycles. From the classic GSX-R 600 to the powerful GSX-R 1000. we’re sure we’ll have a design you’ll love for your Suzuki bike. All Suzuki fairing kits include complete bodywork as shown, Heat-Guard wrap for your lower fairings, and an installation/maintenance guide.

Suzuki Sportsbikes are really the top of the class. It is no wonder that many of Suzuki’s sportbikes models are consistently rating the highest, praised the most—and, of course, become bestsellers in the biking world. The reason for the popularity of Suzuki Sportsbikes is simple: Suzuki strives to create and release the very best in sportsbikes and motorcycles. Just about every model that Suzuki has released has achieved some sort of fame in the biking world.

But which Suzuki sportbikes are considered the best of the best? Let’s take a look at the most popular Suzuki sportbikes, both those currently in production and bikes which have since stopped production.

Suzuki GSX-R600

The Suzuki GSX-R600 is a 600 cc class (or supersport) sport bike. It is part of Suzuki’s GSX-R series and was first launched in 1992. The initial release of the Suzuki GSX-R600 featured a 599 cubic centimetre inline-4 water-cooled engine.

The very first Suzuki GSX-R600 had the same body specifications as the GSX-R750, also released in 1992. This particular model went unproduced for almost three years—from 1994 to 1996—until it was reintroduced with a new design in 1997. The new decide featured Suzuki Ram Air Direct, which remained through the 2000 model of the bike.

Since 2000, the Suzuki GSX-R600 has undergone 5 different redesigns or updates. The 2001 redesign, for example, introduced fuel injection while the 2006 redesign was a complete overhaul which featured a new underslung exhaust, slipper clutch, and a new motor. The most recent 2012 model introduced Brembo monobloc front brake calipers, a new gauge cluster, and a total weight of 9kg less than the 2008-2010 Suzuki GSX-R600 model.

Suzuki GSX-R750

The Suzuki GSX-R750 is a 70 cc class sport bike first introduced in 1985. The Suzuki GSX-R750is one of the first affordable, modern racing-replica bikes produced for the general market. The original Suzuki GSX-R750 model, referred to as the ‘F’ model, was made from a lightweight aluminum alloy frame and featured 4-pot calipers, an oil-cooled engine, and flatside carbs.

Only this first model has a seat which was made from a front and rear section; all future Suzuki GSX-R750 models used a one-piece seat.

The Suzuki GSX-R750 is one of the most popular Suzuki sportbike models. To date, there are over 28 different Suzuki GSX-R750 models which have been in production since 1985. The first major revision to the bike came in 1988 when a new chassis design was implemented; this design included a new short-stroke oil-cooled engine, larger valves and carburetors, twin black silences, redesigned wheels, and a stiffer but heavier frame.

Suzuki GSX-R1000

Suzuki GSR 600 ABS
Suzuki GSR 600 ABS

The Suzuki GSX-R1000 is a 999 cc inline four-cylinder four stroke engine Suzuki sport bike which was first introduced in 2001. There have been four different Suzuki GSX-R1000 models to date; aside from the initial 2001 model, new designs were produced in 2003, 2005 and 2007. The latest Suzuki GSX-R1000 model, produced in 2007, featured a new existed system which added approximately 14 lbs. to the bike.

Vastly improved aerodynamics was introduced to help balance out this increased weight. An improved engine, chassis and new hydraulic clutch were also introduced in 2007.

Suzuki TL1000R

The Suzuki TL1000R is a Suzuki motorcycle produced from 1998 to 2003 which featured a 996 cc, 4 stroke liquid-cool engine. The Suzuki TL1000R featured a fuel injection system, a computer controlled ignition, and a 6-speed transmission and twit win front brakes with 320 mm discs with six-piston calipers. The bike was a heavy model, which weighed around 430 lbs. throughout its 5 year production history. Although the bike was relatively popular, it was discontinued in 2003.

Suzuki Hayabusa The Suzuki Hayabusa, also called the GSX1300R, is a sport bike motorcycle originally produced in 1999. When it was first released, it was quickly acclaimed as the fastest production motorcycle due to the fact that it could reach a top speed of 188 to 194 miles per hour. The first generation of the Suzuki Hayabusa was produced in 1999 to 2007. This first generation bike featured a 1,299 cc liquid-cooled engine with sixteen valves and double-overhead cams.

Minor adjustments to the bike were released over the years, such as adjustments to the engine and aerodynamics of the bike. The second generation of the Suzuki Hayabusa started production in 2008 and continues today. The second generation featured a larger horsepower and adjustments to the bike that brought the new model back into compliance with new emission and noise requirements.

Other updates include an update to the suspension, which was upgraded to a 43 mm Kayaba inverted fork with sliders.

Suzuki GSR 600 ABS
Suzuki GSR 600 ABS

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