2012 Suzuki Burgman 400 Abs Scooter on 2040-motos
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2012 SUZUKI Burgman 400 ABS, Take the Burgman 400 ABS out for a ride around town and you'll find that every one of your senses is in for a delight. Visually the clean, aerodynamic lines of its bodywork are stunning, and for 2012 it features new pinstripe decals on the front and rear wheels. For your comfort around town or on the highway, it has plush suspension and a sleek fairing that provides excellent protection from the wind. A stepped seat and an easily adjustable backrest for the rider, along with a passenger backrest offer comfortable seating mile after mile. For exciting performance the Burgman 400 ABS's liquid-cooled engine offers strong acceleration utilizing an advanced fuel injection system ensuring crisp throttle response working together with an automatic clutch and V-belt drive for smooth power delivery. If you're looking for the ultimate in style and performance, check out the Burgman 400 ABS.
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The digital ink is still wet on news of American Suzuki declaring bankruptcy and shutting down its car business to focus on powersports and marine products, and now there’s more bad news for the Japanese manufacturer. Suzuki announced it will close its motorcycle factory in Gijón, Spain, in March, 2013, shutting the company’s sole European production plant. The factory has been producing motorcycles and scooters for Suzuki since 1984, with the manufacturer taking 100% ownership of the factory.Wed, 09 Jul 2014
Brock’s Performance, well known for its history with go-fast products for go-fast motorcycles, has just introduced Sprint Filters P08 air filters for Suzuki Hayabusas that never need washing or oiling. New Product Line The first product in Brock’s new lineup of Sprint Filters, this is a direct-replacement unit which simply drops inside the Gen II ‘Busa’s airbox. It easily outperforms the stock element in every way and promotes better fuel mileage.Sat, 14 Jan 2012
Following numerous procedures and some complications, American racer John Hopkins has undergone surgery to remove the tip of his right ring finger. The Crescent Suzuki racer initially injured the finger in a crash while competing as a MotoGP wild card entry for Rizla Suzuki in the Czech Republic Grand Prix at Brno in August. Since then, Hopkins underwent six procedures to repair his finger to no avail.
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