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2008 Suzuki Suzuki Gsxr 1300 on 2040-motos

YearYear:2008 MileageMileage:8973 ColorColor: Custom Pearl White/ Blue/ Blac
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2008 Suzuki Suzuki GSXR 1300, Custom 2008 Hayabusa - 08 Suzuki GSXR 1300- Custom Pearl White/ Blue/ Black, Custom Shortee Exhaust, Lowered, 6" Extended Swing Arm, Custom Mirrors, Custom Painted Wheels, Fairing Screens, Lowering Triple Tree, Seat Cowl with Grab Bar ** 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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US Motorcycle Thefts Down 6% in 2011

Tue, 09 Oct 2012

Americans reported 46,667 motorcycle thefts in 2011, a 6% decrease from 49,791 stolen motorcycles in 2010, reports the National Insurance Crime Bureau. Despite the drop in reported thefts, the non-profit organization representing nearly 1100 property and casualty insurance companies says the theft rate still averages out to one motorcycle stolen every 11 minutes in the U.S. The numbers were published in the NICB’s 2011 ForeCAST Report which examined theft reports as well as recoveries.

2014 WSBK – Phillip Island Results

Sun, 23 Feb 2014

When he signed with the team, Eugene Laverty said he would give all he possibly could to bring Suzuki back to the top of the podium once again. Well, it sure didn’t take the Northern Irishman long to accomplish that goal, winning the very first race of the 2014 season at Australia’s Phillip Island course. The win was Laverty’s third in a row, including the final two races of the 2013 season when he raced for Aprilia.

Piaggio, Suzuki Hit with Fines by CARB

Mon, 01 Apr 2013

The California Air Resources Board has agreed to settlements with Suzuki and Piaggio for selling motorcycles that the companies did not disclose could be modified to exceed the state’s strict emission standards. Suzuki was hit with the larger of the two penalties, agreeing to a fine of $3,020,000, though the amount could be reduced by $1,812,000 if Suzuki follows certain provisions. The penalty is in addition to the previous fine of $885,000 levied by the Environmental Protection Agency for selling 25,396 LT-R450 ATVs and 62 RMX450Z dirtbikes with a racing map programmed into their ECUs that was not certified or tested. This racing map is not initially accessible to customers, unless they buy aftermarket devices to unlock the higher-performance engine mapping.