Suzuki GSX-R 750 — Vintage Motorcycles Online

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Suzuki GSX-R 750

The technical of the original GSX-R may have from the GS1000R Works but ten-years earlier the aforementioned RE5 was as motorcycling’s best handling bike by the editors of Cycle . came during a period Japanese frames were as little more than places to bolt the latest So while the RE5’s two-… is remembered as a failed effort, it was the large-displacement Japanese road to find happiness in the twisty Clearly, Suzuki’s work in and suspension development paid dividends on the GSX-R.

Just over 19” wide, the 747cc DOHC four was on the GS 750 that made its production in 1976. Suzuki opened the and filled it with hi-output lightening the crank nearly pounds, shortening the … and the bore until the engine be safely revved to 11.000 Dealing with the issue of and power-robbing friction yet obsessed keeping the weight low, discarded the idea of liquid in favor of a twin oil pump

One pump for lubrication, another to jets of oil under the (10.6.1) and on top of the combustion chamber. Nearly of multi-grade flow through the traditionally-mounted radiator.

The larger bore allowed to fit bigger intake and exhaust inside its patented “Twin 16v combustion chamber, opened and with cams that more lift and duration. arms and followers feature screws to simplify tappet A quartet of 29 mm Mikuni square-slide were attached to a huge airbox, while exhaust were dispelled by a factory exhaust.

The transmission is a 6-speed and the is multi-plate/oil bath unit. In a factory ‘R’ race kit was It consisted of revised suspensions, clip-ons, a dry clutch, upgraded a magnesium cylinder head, bodywork and custom wheels.

Light and compact, befitting the of the package, the GSX-R’s aluminum frame and swingarm was closely after the GS-R endurance right down the rake and figures. No expense spared, the 41 mm fork was fully adjustable, as was the KYB ‘full floating’ monoshock, with simplified mounting to the seat height. Full brake rotors were fitted, twin 300 mm fronts and a (floating) rear disc.

Suzuki GSX 750

Possibly dating the bike than any other visual are the Gixxer’s twin 18” wheels, with 110/140 width front and rear.

From the the GSX-R was a no compromise machine, in the spirit of contemporary Italy. The were high and inset, the stubby clip-ons offered to no leverage in slow prodding, the a simple shell with a to hide behind. Truly a with lights, the made-for-Bol Or GSX-R 750 didn’t wake up the tach needle swung 8000 rpm.

Then, and only then did the make sense. At 388 pounds dry the 750 was 100 pounds lighter than the Interceptor, and vaporized Yamaha’s when the pace began to True sport biking the Gixxer joined Bimota, F1 and a small number of specials on the mid 80s roll.

More than it signaled the arrival of Japan as a on techno-force, inspiring even designs. Nolan Woodbury

Suzuki GSX 750
Suzuki GSX 750
Suzuki GSX 750
Suzuki GSX 750
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