2005 Suzuki Gsx-r600 on 2040-motos
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2005 Suzuki GSX-R600, 2005 Suzuki GSX-R600 - One ride on the Suzuki GSX-R600 and you'd swear that it was engineered by rocket scientists. And, actually, you wouldn't be far off, because the GSX-R600 is an incredible example of advanced technology dedicated to high performance. Every one of the 2005 GSX-R600's features has been tested and proven on the toughest proving ground of all - the racetrack. It's come out of this experience with a variety of designs straight out of the factory racing department. Titanium valves. An incredibly effective ram-air intake system. The innovative Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve digital fuel injection and engine management system. Together, these engineering masterpieces give the GSX-R600 a meaty powerband, incredible acceleration and flat-out amazing top-end performance. The GSX-R600's chassis and suspension are engineered to let you fully exploit its engine performance. Its twin-spar aluminum alloy frame has optimum rigidity for precise responsiveness in low-speed cornering, combined with rock-solid stability at racetrack speeds. Its advanced suspension, front and rear, helps it react with superb precision to your input. And its streamlined bodywork lets you slip through the wind with maximum efficiency. Put it all together and you've got razor-sharp handling on every part of the track. So set your sights on the best 600cc supersport bike on the track - the 2005 GSX-R600.
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