How fast is a 2013 GSXR 1000?
The 2013 Suzuki GSX-R1000ZL3 is a 1 Million Commemorative Edition of the popular GSX-R sport bike. Its top speed is 186 mph.
How much horsepower does a GSX-R 100 have?
Specifications are 202 horsepower at 13,200 rpm (claimed), 157.2 (rear wheel), 86 lb-ft torque at 10,000 rpm (claimed) and 76.3 lb⋅ft (103.4 N⋅m) (rear wheel); 76.0 mm x 55.1 mm bore x stroke, and 13.2:1 compression ratio.
Is GSXR 1000 a good bike?
Overall rating. The Suzuki GSX-R1000 is still a phenomenally capable superbike, packed with grunt, attitude, sharp handling and surprising long-distance comfort.
When did GSXR 1000 become fuel injected?
GSXR SRADs were fuel injected in 1997.
What makes the 2013 Suzuki GSX-R 1000 so special?
The Suzuki GSX-R 1000 2013’s 999cm3 engine combines advances in design, performance, and fuel efficiency with the fundamental elements that helped to create the GSX-R legend. Key benefits include better throttle response, more power and acceleration at mid-range engine speeds, and approximately 8% better fuel economy*.
Is the Suzuki GSX-R750 still being made?
With its evolution into 600, 1000 and 1100cm3 versions too, Suzuki remained true to the GSX-R’s original concept continuing production of a GSX-R750. As Suzuki celebrated 60 years of motorcycle production in 2012, the one millionth GSX-R rolled off the production line too.
How many units of GSX-R1000 Commemorative Edition are there worldwide?
To acknowledge this important milestone, Suzuki brings GSX-R1000 1 million Commemorative edition, offering a special paint scheme in 1,985 units of limited production. 1,985 units of limited production worldwide.
What makes the GSX-R1000 the quickest street bike ever?
With the bar raised in acceleration, braking, and cornering, the quickest GSX-R1000 ever hits the streets and racetracks of the world. It’s a pure, untainted riding experience for the true Supersport rider.