Suzuki GSX-R600 (2008-2010) Motorbike Review MCN

8 Apr 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Suzuki GSX-R600 (2008-2010) Motorbike Review MCN

Owners’ Overall Rating (7 reviews)

So I thought I would write a review on my gsxr further into its life as its all well and good writing a review but is it still true a year on. I brought my gsxr in april 2010 and had a fir bit done to it since then but ill go more into that later. For start off Id like to say how well the bike does handle its smooth pretty much every ware.

Although be aware the bike out of the shop is soft as a foam mattress. You really do need to go to a garage or do it yourself if you know how and get the front hardened up the rear was not to bad. The seat and ride position was very comfy and you were not laying on the tank, and I found it to be very roomy with good wind cover.

The speed is not a big issue with mine I mean its got 180 on a dyno so its more than fast enough but I never found it a problem when it was standard tbh. Yea its no twin and you need to live high in the revs but you do with any 600 4, Build quality and bits well its got a electro damper which is awesome for keeping you straight and true and the slipper clutch is amazing!

Plus it’s a gsxr…. say no more for magpie and trick bits everyone does parts for them, and *touching table* mine going ok after a year (no rust like kwaks) this is my 4th 600 and its by far the best all rounder its no track weapon (like my old 08 zx6r but it does keep up/ beat most bikes and it’s a great bike for a learner or someone looking to improve their riding. So all in all they do look a bit dated but hay if it work why change it, iv done 300miles in one ride (2 tanks of fule) and got of without a ake or pain (unlike my zx6r buddy that looked like he needed a foam seat for the rest of the day!

Its quick its comfy and it does what it says on the tin it’s a amazing road bike! And bike to learn on! If you want a affordable road sports bike that covers all the bases this is it. I would suggest you get a full system (makes a huge difference to midrange and low down) and the bike don’t sound to great with the cat and silencer. (08-) before 08 you can just use a link pipe. + Comfy, affordable, learner friendly, good support, loads of extras as standard. – Dated looks, not the fastest out there, poor for pillions.

Drop me a line if you do have any specific questions.

Suzuki GSX 250

Just as the title says this bike has silky smooth handling. After being out of the saddle since 1992 I wanted a machine that would be forgiving but also something i could grow into and enjoy. Something i wouldn’t outlearn quickly [i.e. something fast!!].

I like this as it has the drive mode settings which limits the torque going out at the rear wheel. I have ridden it on mode C for about 2 months [the 65bhp setting]. As I got more confident I moved from C to B [about 85 bhp] and then onto Mode A [ Full power]. This bike is excellent if you have been out of biking sometime and want something forgiving yet formidable. You can increase the power the bike makes the better you get at riding.

The handling is excellent and light, the steering damper works a treat [not like the bikes of yesteryear]. All in all i ma glad i went for this bike over the others in the 600cc SS market. Power, excellent brakes, Drive mode which really works well, slipper clutch that makes down shifting straight forward.

What more can you ask for.

Suzuki GSX 250
Suzuki GSX 250

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