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2008 Suzuki Gsxr-750 on 2040-motos

$7,200
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:3
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Heartland, Texas

Heartland, TX
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The most powerful, efficient and cleanest running 750 cubic centimeter four-stroke production engine Suzuki has ever produced. Advanced engine management and fuel injection system with adjustable on-the-fly mapping. Fully adjustable high-performance suspension and radial-mount brakes. Open-class racetrack performance in a middleweight-sized package. The GSX-R has been an awesome ride with perhaps some of the best acceleration and handling I have experienced! However, due to lower back and knee problems I gained from a mountain climbing accident I decided to switch to a cruiser from a sports bike. More photographs and details available upon request.

Moto blog

Suzuki Celebrating 50 Years In USA At Indy MotoGP

Thu, 25 Jul 2013

August 16, 2013 will mark the start of the Indianapolis MotoGP weekend. It also marks Suzuki’s 50th anniversary in the USA, and to celebrate the company is going all-out during race weekend. Suzuki’s 50th Anniversary event will take place in the Suzuki Fan Paddock at Turn 2, a prominent position trackside, and will be the largest customer display by any manufacturer at this year’s Indianapolis MotoGP race weekend.

University Of Calgary Team Zeus To Compete In eMotoRacing Event At Miller Motorsports Park

Fri, 08 Aug 2014

eMotoRacing will hold it’s eighth race of the 2014 season at Miller Motorsports Park, in Tooele, Utah. Though there has been a great stirring of rumors as to who will be in attendance, one thing is certain — there will be a good mix of contestants, including the official Brammo racing team, and Team “ZEUS” of the University of Calgary. “ZEUS” stands for “Zero Emission Ucalgary Superbike,” and the team is comprised of engineers, business and physics majors. The team will be racing their Generation I bike, which uses an Agni 95-R motor mounted to the frame of a 2004 Suzuki GSX-R 600, which was straight from the factory, and then stripped of its gasoline engine components.

MotoGP to Standardize ECU Software in 2016 Season

Tue, 18 Mar 2014

MotoGP‘s Grand Prix Commission announced the series will adopt a standardized Engine Control Unit hardware and software programming for all entries starting with the 2016 season. At the moment, all teams are required to use a standard ECU hardware supplied by Magneti Marelli. Teams competing under the Factory option are allowed to use their own proprietary software programming while Open option participants must use standardized software.