Posted by Anonymous

Suzuki has dropped 9 kg of a suzuki GSX-R600 2011 incredible. The engine has more mid-range gearbox with close ratios for the first time, Showa Big Piston Forks Brembo monobloc radial front brakes. Aside from a handful of components, the suzuki GSX-R600 is completely new. The relaxed nature of the bike is still there, but is sharper, more agile and there is no force out of the corners. If only it looked a bit special and does not look like any other susuzki GSX-R should be done during the last decade. The inline four engine has the same basic architecture as before with the same 599cc, 67 x 42.5 mm bore and stroke. This is the same power, but with a more mid-range torque. With new cams, pistons and vents in the pentagonal block. Compression is in place and each piston is 78 grams lighter. A new gearbox lighter, close-ratio has a larger gear and shorter first reports for the second, third, fourth and sixth. Final drive is moved from a 17/45 to 16/43.

The new four-in-one is a rain of stainless steel exhaust, a butterfly valve to improve low and medium power and the end of titanium can. The whole system is l.7kg lighter.The suzuki GSX-R600 has a new life-spar aluminum frame more built-in flex, which is lighter, shorter and narrower around the area of the seat. The new swingarm is lighter, too. In general principle of creating a typical GSX-R: a flexible and friendly, but now a harder edge. It is not as rigid as that of R6, ZX-6R and the Daytona 675, but it gives a lot of us and it feels very nice to push your limits right away.

For the first time the suzuki GSX-R600 is equipped with a lighter weight Showa Big Piston Forks (BPF). Unlike the old units, new forks have a lot of adjustment in trail riding too hard and give a good solid feel in the corners. The harder you use them, the better they are. The new brakes have been a revelation in and fade very little on the track.

{ 0 comments... read them below or add one }

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.