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2008 Suzuki Suzuki Gsxr 1300 on 2040-motos

$14,950
YearYear:2008 MileageMileage:8889 ColorColor: Candy Tangerine/ Black
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2008 Suzuki Suzuki GSXR 1300, Custom 2008 Hayabusa 300 Wide Tire - 08 Suzuki GSXR 1300- Candy Tangerine/ Black, C and S Custom 300 Wide Tire Kit with Chrome Wheels, Lowered, Chrome Footpeg Assemblies, Chrome Clutch and Stator Cover, Chrome Lowering Triple Tree, Brocks Alien Head Exhaust, Power Commander III, Custom Seats, ** We offer military discounts and FREE storage for deployed military personnel on their new purchase thru us until they return home ** We can modify any bike to suit your taste or riding style ** NO HIDDEN FEES! The price you see is the price out the door!

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Turbocharged Suzuki Recursion Concept Announced for Tokyo Motor Show

Tue, 29 Oct 2013

Of the Big Four Japanese manufacturers, Suzuki has been the most stagnant in recent years as it tries to recover from the economic downturn, offering fewer product updates and new models than Honda, Kawasaki or Yamaha. Suzuki now appears ready to innovate once again, first new products including the V-Strom 1000 and the new Burgman 200 scooter. But there’s more on the way.

Teaser: 2012 Japanese Literbike Shootout – Video

Thu, 29 Mar 2012

The last time we assembled the superbike offerings from the Big Four Japanese manufacturers to determine the alpha male model was 2009. The CBR won that confrontation, but a lot’s changed since then. For 2012 Honda revamped the CBR1000RR, Yamaha added traction control to the R1, the GSX-R1000 lost a muffler and last year Kawasaki introduced an all-new ZX-10R.

2014 AMA Supercross – Arlington Results

Tue, 18 Feb 2014

James Stewart‘s hot streak continues with his second-consecutive win and fourth AMA Supercross podium in five weeks after an impressive effort at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Fresh off of signing a contract extension with Yoshimura Suzuki, Stewart took control of the Arlington main event on the third lap, passing holeshot-taker Ryan Dungey and running away with the win. With his win last week at San Diego, Stewart becomes the first rider to win back-to-back races this season and establishes himself as a championship contender as we approach the mid-way point of the 2014 season.