The powerful and ultra-new GSX-R1000, can be comparable in terms of power with the most potent super bikes of five years ago. Suzuki has been offering the most powerful bikes for the last two decades. They have always developed in their ideas, creativity and delivery. Back then when you think of sports bike, you think of poor power, high up the rev range and not easy to use but, the GSX-R has come with a big difference so that thought should be erased from your mind.
Upon its unveiling at the 2015 EICMA show, its manufacturers say that this bike is the most capable, hardest- accelerating, cleanest-ridden Suzuki ever built.
This bike, features everything you need in a sports bike. From variable valve timing, to a ten-electronic stability control system, launch control, and automatic-quick shift with up/down. Its variable valve timing certainly distinguishes it from all competitors.
The Suzuki’s primary goal was to produce the most top-down power, without sacrificing low-down and mid-distance power, and this has been accomplished with its new VVT system. Suzuki’s set-up as steel balls that work on the intake cam, and move by centrifugal coerce in order to spin the Camshaft at a very high rpm, which will lead to delaying the inner camshaft and will eventually lead to more top-end power and value overlap.
This system has being chosen as the most appropriate because it adds less weight to the engine. though it adds a little, the engine dynamics still goes from less value to more value overlap. Its variable valve timing process offers a great ride as it allows the bike to run smoothly at lower rpm – while offering absolutely good power up top.
Concerning the chassis, the Suzuki GSX-R 1000 will be a replica of the 2016 Kawasaki ZX-10R. As it will come with the same Showa Balance Free Front (BFF) and Balance Free Rear Cushion (BFRC) but, with improved Suzuki settings.
In the 2017 Suzuki bike, the manufactures chose not to use the IMU as its electronics centre points like other previous manufactures did but ,nevertheless with the Suzuki’s traction control system, the settings can be changed, so far as the throttle is closed.
The engine’s maximum torque is 80ft. Ibf (110 N.m) at 8,000 rpm. it is combined with a total weight of 374 Ib (170 kg) which gives the GSX-R 1000 a top speed of 173 mph(278 km/h), a 1/4 mile time of 10.1 seconds at 141.7 mph(228.0 km/h), and a 0 to 100 km/h(62 mph) time of three(3) seconds.