Suzuki GSX-R750 : Wikis (The Full Wiki)

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Air and oil-cooled

The oil cooled can be further divided into the generation and second generation models. They are informally to as slabbies (slang) and slingshots The 85-87 models featured work which is very compared to modern sport-bikes. slab-side.

The ’88-91 (92 USA) are sometimes referred to as slingshots the carburetors introduced in 1988 marketed as slingshot carburetors describes the cross section of the slide carbs).

GSX-R750 (F)

The original model featured a aluminum alloy frame, carbs, twin discs 4-pot calipers and 18-inch mm) tires both front and The unusual choice of an oil-cooled was made to save weight as with the heavier water-cooled of the time.

Engine Type: 4-…, DOHC in-line

Power: 106.00 HP (77.4 @ 10500 RPM

Displacement: 749cc cubic inches)

Compression:

Cooling System: Air-Cooled

Brakes: Hydraulic twin with dual opposed calipers

Rear Brakes: disc, hydraulic

GSX-R750 (G)

The 1986 received a 25 mm longer arm to help calm the handling. from a modified belly pan and headlamps there is very difference between the 1985 and models. This is the first the model was introduced to the USA.

Type: 16-valve, 4-…, in-line four

Cooling Air/oil Cooled

Rear Single disc, hydraulic

Fuel Capacity:5.02 gallons

1986

Racing homologation Edition model, limited Including a dry clutch system, seat rear section and Limited Edition graphics.

(H) 1987

The 1987 model upgraded 41 mm front forks NEAS (New Electrically Suspension) from the previous RR and a steering damper was fitted as A larger 21 liter fuel was added.

Engine Type: 4-…, DOHC in-line

Displacement: 749.00cc (45.70 inches)

Compression: 9.8:1

System: Air-Cooled

Front Hydraulic twin disc dual opposed piston

Rear Brakes: Single hydraulic

GSX-R750 (J) 1988

major revision. New chassis engine revisions and body Introduction of a new short-… version of the engine, now displacing 748 cc.

Engine had 73 mm and 44.7 mm stoke and could higher engine speeds rpm redline indicated, but rev limited at 12,500 according to the Suzuki manual). Internal engine changed to accommodate the new bore and This engine used valves and carburetors then years.

Mikuni model carbs were 36 mm diameter and vacuum operated slides. The cross section resembled the of a slingshot. A larger clutch was on the short … engine 6 springs. New styling, and twin silencers (aka mufflers). were now a 17-inch (430 mm) three spoke design and a 160/60VR17 in the rear and 120/70VR17 in the

Slingshot graphic first on the bodywork. Forks now used a design and were 43 mm in diameter. The generation model was heaver the first but had a stiffer frame and power.

Engine Type: 4-…, DOHC in-line

Bore x Stroke: 73.0 x mm (2.9 x 1.8 inches)

Fuel Carburetion

Ignition: Digital/Transistorized

System: Air-Cooled

Gearbox: (1 down, 5 up)

Final Drive:

Dry Weight: 429.9 pounds

Height: 830mm (32.7


Overall Height: 1135mm in.)

Wheelbase: 1400mm in.)

Rear Brakes: single hydraulic disc

(K) 1989

Minor changes as: modified lower bodywork, to graphics and silver exhaust Magazines reported that the manifold now featured small on the collector for increased ground Cycle magazines also a change to the rear shock geometry and front fork to improve ground clearance.

schemes varied slightly global markets. US models available in blue/white and red/white The SACS acronym decal, on the lower body work of the models, changed from a lettering to a straight lettering [ needed ] .

GSX-R750R 1989

edition racing homologation The redesigned engine reverted to the long … (70 x 48.7mm) The crankcase, crankshaft connecting and clutch were upgraded to as a ready to race platform.

The RR also received new 40 mm Slingshot and 4-into-1 exhaust pipe, ratio gearbox, braced swing arm. single unit and 19L aluminium fuel Model was never sold in the US.

(L) 1990

Although this looks very similar to the ’89 model many were made. The 90 model changes to the engine, suspension, work, brakes and chassis. was the first GSX-R to be fitted inverted forks as standard models retained the conventional until 1991), and returned to the and … dimension of the original engine.

The engine returned to the 749 cc bore and … dimensions of the long-… engine but still the 13,000 rpm redline. It now featured mm (smaller than the 88-89 … but larger than the and used larger carburetors. The new model BST38SS carburetors 38 mm diameter and featured an additional circuit (circuit was blocked in USA and the slide breathers were now from air box.

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The exhaust was also changed, gone the dual silencers and replaced one stainless steel silencer on the side. The transmission output was lengthened to accommodate a wider A new curved oil-cooler design and oil (attached to the oil pan similar to the original engines) were installed.

The was changed for 90 and used some of the from the ’89 GSX-R frame. The rake was now 25.5 and wheel base 55.7 (1,410 mm). The front now had inverted forks, the triple (yokes) and handlebars were to accommodate the new forks. The rear featured a new damper (shock) and

The rear damper (shock) now had a reservoir and damping adjustment. The swingarm now featured cast for the axle adjustment. The rear was widened to 5.5 inches (previously but the tire size remained the A non-adjustable steering damper was which attached from the frame rail to a clamp on the fork (US models did not receive the but the frame had the tapped mounting

The rear sprocket carrier and changed to a six-bolt design five). The front brake changed to a slotted design cross drilled holes).

The work changed slightly The side vents became rectangular and in a slightly different Anew fender was also with the inverted forks US).

GSX-R750 (M) 1991

The GSX-R750M gained 15 kg over the model. The most notable of the M are the faired in headlamps and a slanted both of which were to reduce drag. Also was a new larger seat and new rear work that featured tail lamps. This was the GSX-R to use the oil-cooled SACS (except for US).

Internal changes included a new valvetrain used one dedicated cam lobe and arm (finger follower) per valve models used one lobe and one rocker per two valves). Valve (lash) was now adjusted with (previous models used a and nut). The cam duration and indexing slightly as well as the porting to a magazine article. The rear width was increased to a 170 mm section

The gauges also changed to colored needles (previously colored).

GSX-R750 (N) 1992

US models are the same as the 1991 different paint and graphics. All markets got the new water-cooled GSX-R

Water-cooled

GSX-R750 (WN)

New water cooled engine and frame, bodywork and suspension. USA models retained the oil-cooled and the USA 1992 model is basically the as the 91 model with different A sleeved down version was as the GSXR-600 for 92 and 93, both years available with non inverted, forks.

Interestingly, the 1992 was water cooled for the US market the 750 had to wait one more year.

(WP) 1993

Mostly changes, minor revision of internals, minor increase in

GSX-R750 (WR) 1994

power and weight on last model. The inverted forks for year were blue

GSX-R750 SPR 1994-1995

GSX-R750 1995

Last model to use the frame. Increased power and and over last years The US model was essentially the SPR model in of technical specs.

Inverted forks were annodized for 95. Frame was reinforced for stiffness over the 94 model and the top fairing was all new with lighter, reflector beam headlights. by Motorcyclist as having the most clearance leaned over, behind a 916.

SRAD

there are air intakes at the front force air directly into the All models as of 1996 have this design.

GSX-R750 (T)

The ’96 GSX-R introduced a new frame which was derived Suzuki’s RGV 500 GP racer. A new compact and engine incorporated magnesium on the cylinder head, starter and clutch cover to aid weight These changes resulted in a in weight by 20 kg to 179 kg, while power had to a 128 bhp (95 kW).

This year’s finally addressed the weight that had plagued the GSX-R the first half of the 90s.

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