2011 Suzuki MotorcycleSuzuki may have taken 2010 off when it came to manufacturing motorcycles, but the R&D department was working overtime on the 2011 GSX-R750.
Part of an orphaned class between the 600s and liter-bikes, the 750 is just right for those who want high-performance but aren’t worried about finding a spot on the starting grid.For 2011, the GSX-R750 gets a new 4-into-1 stainless steel exhaust, race-developed Showa Big Piston front forks, Showa rear shock, Brembo radial brakes, and Suzuki’s two-position Drive Mode Selector. 2011 Suzuki GSX-R 750 Quick Stats
ENGINE TYPE: DOHC inline-4
BORE x STROKE: 70mm x 48.7mm
COMP. RATIO: 12.5:1
WHEELBASE: 54.7 inches
CURB WEIGHT: 419 pounds
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