Suzuki RF900 R Motorbikes

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Suzuki RF 900 R

The Suzuki RF900R first in 1994. The RF900R is based a steel beam frame ample rigidity, at the expense of a extra weight.

Designed as a the Suzuki RF900R is equipped firm suspension which is at its when riding with a The four piston Nissin provide more than stopping power for the RF900R.

for the Suzuki RF900R came a liquid cooled, 937 cc, inline cylinder providing usable throughout the rev range.

Top speed is at 160mph, though FIM stock is held by this bike at for one hour (and 152+ for 24 including gas stops, rider and changes, and once running out of

As a long-distance touring bike, it is I have owned three of and get very high-40s in mpg, mid-70s mph.

Extremely smooth, and useful powerband. just under 2000rpm in the bike will accelerate to any speed you want. No soft in the torque curve at all.

you want to go very fast, decent, especially for a 15-year-old After all, it does a lot of hp. It’s flat-out faster ‘most any 600, especially at speeds or in throttle roll-ons; and comfortable, besides.

Looks? You love it or you hate it, but you look. Enhanced by new paint and coat.

Brakes are good. (I did the front calipers with from an early Hayabusa. it turns out that there’s no improvement in street riding; but look cool.) Saddle and are set for someone about 6′ or I replaced seat with (heavy but comfy) and use Heli-Bars I understand they don’t those available any more).

clutch and brake lines a better feel (and customer service is superb!). flush turn signals and also huge truck brake/tail light, installed in inner fender. Yoshimura is a bit louder, but not bad at all.

Modified outside running light sockets to take bulbs; these now run brake and signals. (Some mods made after the photo was This one is a ’96; I still own a and also owned another

Have run old Michelins and new Conti Attacks (really good!) and now Pilot Road 2s, at my local recommendation. Too early to tell on but I’d recommend the Continentals to Use stock size (e.g.

rear) tires — the rear fits but is is a bad idea for Current weight (actual, gas and after the repaint) is 498 pounds

Suzuki RF 900 R
Suzuki RF 900 R

Since the bike is for touring, I put a (by 2 teeth) sprocket on the rear. wheelies (but still going into third at over 100), easier to in rain.

I have owned over 40 bikes in over 40 of riding. This is the nicest yet for high-speed mile-eating. (Yes, I owned H-D, Yamaha, and BMW, among others.)

bike, the RF900, is a keeper, from Tampa to Daytona Doing 90 on it is like standing I went from a Yamah 600 to this to carry a passenger and bike doesn’t notice the weight.

Mine’s a ’97 and I just 30k miles.

I’ve had my ’95 since new and have loved minute of it. I’ve done the upgrades; full pipe, Corbin saddle and suspension by GMD It’s toured all over the coast and has circled NHIS VIR (!) and has left me by the side of the road.

A underrated bike.

a most motorcycle. and one with a worldwide fan at the RFOC One of the friendliest and most clubs on the web. If you see an RF for sale at a price near you, do a favour and check it out..these are keepers and for the excellent

Suzuki RF 900 R
Suzuki RF 900 R
Suzuki RF 900 R
Suzuki RF 900 R
Suzuki RF 900 R
Suzuki RF 900 R
Suzuki RF 900 R
Suzuki RF 900 R
Suzuki RF 900 R
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