Suzuki GSR750: history, specs, pictures

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Suzuki GSR750
Manufacturer
Also called GSR750 ABS, GSR 750 ABS, GSR750Z ABS, GSR750Z, GSR750 ABS MotoGP, GSR 750
Production 2011 - 2017
Class Naked
Successor Suzuki GSX-S750
Engine
in-line four, four-stroke
Bore / Stroke 72.0mm x 46.0mm
Compression ratio 12.3:1
Horsepower 103.8 HP (77.4 KW) @ 10000RPM
Torque 59.01 ft/lbs (80.0 Nm) @ 9000RPM
Fuel System injection
Air Filter K&N SU-6006 `11-16[1]
Ignition electronic (transistorised)
Transmission Gear box: 6-speed

Final Drive: chain

Clutch: Wet multi-disc, manual
Suspension Front: inverted telescopic, coil spring, oil damped
Rear: link type, coil spring, oil damped
Brakes Front: double disc. abs
Rear: single disc. abs
Front Tire 120/70-zr17
Rear Tire 180/55-zr17
Wheelbase 57.09 inches (1450 mm)
Length 83.27 inches (2115 mm)
Width 30.91 inches (785 mm)
Height 41.73 inches (1060 mm)
Seat Height 32.09 inches (815 mm)
Weight 213.0 kg (wet)
Oil Filter K&N KN-138[1]
Recommended Oil Suzuki ECSTAR 10w40
Fuel Capacity 4.62 Gallon (17.50 Liters)
Fuel Consumption 3.89 liters/100 km (25.7 km/l or 60.47 mpg)
Related Suzuki GSR600
Suzuki GSX-R750
Manuals Service Manual


The Suzuki GSR750 ABS MotoGP was a in-line four, four-stroke Naked motorcycle produced by Suzuki between 2011 and 2017. Max torque was 59.01 ft/lbs (80.0 Nm) @ 9000 RPM. Claimed horsepower was 103.8 HP (77.4 KW) @ 10000 RPM.

Engine

The engine was a liquid cooled in-line four, four-stroke. A 72.0mm bore x 46.0mm stroke result in a displacement of just 749.0 cubic centimeters. Fuel was supplied via a double overhead cams/twin cam (dohc).

Drive

The bike has a 6-speed transmission. Power was moderated via the Wet multi-disc, manual.

Chassis

It came with a 120/70-zr17 front tire and a 180/55-zr17 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via double disc. abs in the front and a single disc. abs in the rear. The front suspension was a inverted telescopic, coil spring, oil damped while the rear was equipped with a link type, coil spring, oil damped. The GSR750 ABS MotoGP was fitted with a 4.62 Gallon (17.50 Liters) fuel tank. The wheelbase was 57.09 inches (1450 mm) long.

2012 Suzuki GSR750

The all-new GSR750 model introduces a different breed of naked machines, the result of combining the winning engine recipe of the 750cc engine with the sporty unfaired attire of the streetfighter series. The outcome is a bike with a very strong visual appearance, packing aggressiveness in a comfortable and highly-maneuverable combination.


The GSR750 arrives with upside-down Kayaba forks and a matching rear monoshock, cast wheels, an upright riding position and modern adjustable instruments. Fuel injection, adjustable exhausts, a sculpted cavernous tank and gear position indicator are also complementing the looks of a truly appealing machine fit for city, canyons and highways alike.


2012 Suzuki GSR750 ABS

2012 Suzuki GSR750 ABS

Suzuki retains all the evil looks and exhilarating engine character for the GSR750 base model, and introduces increased road safety thanks to the ABS brakes. The bike will now behave much better under strong braking and on slippery surfaces, adding to the stability and feeling of being in control when the going gets tough.


The GSX-R750-derived engine provides plenty of grunt across the entire rev range, as it has been tweaked for better power and torque deployment in the lower rpm and even more it offers a mileage 10% better than the best the CGR600 can do.


2013 Suzuki GSR750 ABS

2013 Suzuki GSR750 ABS

GSR750 is 10% more fuel-efficient than the GSR600, despite being powered by an engine that's 25% bigger. Thanks to top-drawer engineering, Suzuki managed to make the 2013 GSR750 ABS a bike which rides just as smoothly as it looks sharp. The moderate weight and the brawny engine make a sizzling hot combination skilled riders will simply love, but which also feels manageable to intermediate motorcyclists.


The only difference from the base model is the addition of the ABS which introduces a new level of road safety and a more reassuring feel to the bike. The extra bulk is negligible, but the advantages are clear, so it's worth spending some extra bucks on a bike equipped with race-inspired brakes AND ABS.


2013 Suzuki GSR750

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The model recently introduced in Suzuki's Line-up was greeted with a warm welcome, because it filled a niche which seems to have been neglected by the motorcycle producers. Suzuki understood the customer's aspirations and delivered a naked machine which was not too big and not too small, evil enough for aggressive rides around the track or twisties, yet manageable in the urban environment and still comfortable day in-day out.


Having the legendary GSX-R750 engine as the main source of inspiration, the 2013 MY GSR750 is also loaded with premium technologies derived from the racing program and refined for street use. These included the Kayaba suspensions, top-notch digital and analog instruments, and multiple engine tweaks. Despite its bigger displacement, the GSR750 is 10% more fuel-efficient than the GSR600.

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 2019 K&L Supply Co Catalog. K&L Supply Co. 2019.