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ModelGSX-S750Z ABS

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The 2023 GSX-S750Z ABS blends GSX-R750-derived engine performance with an ergonomically sound chassis to fashion a naked sportbike that gathers attention everywhere you ride it, thanks to its aggressive appearance. The GSX-S750Z ABS's Metallic Oort Gray and Glass Sparkle Black bodywork is complemented by a blacked-out engine and select chassis components. Sharp, angular logos and graphics on the bodywork accent the GSX-S750Z ABS's aggressive styling. Strong performance, and comfortable riding posture set the GSX-S750Z ABS apart from other middleweight sportbikes, and many of those competitors cost considerably more to purchase and own.

The 2023 GSX-S750Z ABS inherits its heart and soul from Suzuki's MotoGP race experience as well as the 35-year heritage of the GSX-R750. With strong, torque-rich engine power and a suite of rider-assist features that includes anti-lock brakes**, the GSX-S750Z ABS is ready to capture hearts and turn heads as the performance leader in its class. This is the perfect sportbike response to the craving of today's discriminating riders, as the GSX-S750Z ABS looks great and outperforms other entries in the class. It is nimble, comfortable, and an exhilarating, fun ride that retains Suzuki's heritage of quality, reliability, and value.

    Key Features

    • The fuel-injected, 749cc, four-cylinder engine uses GSX-R architecture to deliver a torque-rich sportbike experience.
    • The Suzuki Advanced Traction Control* (SATC) lets the rider select sensitivity to match road conditions.
    • The unique chassis integrates the best qualities of a tubular girder streetbike frame and a twin-spar sportbike frame, and is fitted with KYB suspension to provide precise handling.
    • Equipped with a compact, smooth-operating Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)**, the GSX-S750Z ABS has radially mounted Nissin four-piston brake calipers up front with twin, wave-style brake rotors to deliver strong and consistent braking performance.
    • The dark Metallic Oort Gray No. 3 and Glass Sparkle Black color scheme covers the sharp and angular streetfighter bodywork.
    • The wide, cast aluminum handlebar plus well positioned seat and foot pegs create an ergonomically comfortable, yet sporty riding position.
    • *The Traction Control System is not a substitute for the rider's throttle control. It cannot prevent loss of traction due to excessive speed when the rider enters a turn and/or applies the brakes. Neither can it prevent the front wheel from losing grip.
    • **Depending on road surface conditions, such as wet, loose, or uneven roads, braking distance for an ABS-equipped vehicle may be longer than for a vehicle not equipped with ABS. ABS cannot prevent wheel skidding caused by braking while cornering. Please ride carefully and do not overly rely on ABS.

    Engine Features

    • Potent, 749cc, four-cylinder, fuel-injected engine uses over-square GSX-R750 architecture so the power delivery is an excellent blend of strong low end and a muscular top end.
    • This big-bore engine architecture also permits a shorter chassis, which greatly enhances handling. This also makes the GSX-S750Z ABS the only motorcycle in its class with an engine with SuperSport lineage.
    • Ventilation holes are machined into the bottom side of each cylinder in the GSX-S750Z ABS crankcase. The holes reduce pumping loss to help produce power and gain fuel economy.
    • Camshafts tuned specifically for the GSX-S750Z ABS deliver a dynamic wave of smooth torque and strong acceleration.
    • Throttle bodies with Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve (SDTV) system contribute to better throttle response and torque at the low- to mid-rpm range while still producing peak performance.
    • Ten-hole, long-nose fuel injectors deliver finer atomized fuel to increase combustion efficiency.
    • Compact and lightweight, Suzuki's patented Throttle-body Integrated Idle Speed Control (TI-ISC) system stabilizes the engine idle speed and helps lower emissions.
    • The GSX-S750Z ABS's TI-ISC controls the Suzuki's Low RPM Assist feature that seamlessly adjusts engine speed during takeoff and low-speed riding to smooth the power delivery and to help reduce the possibility of the rider stalling the motorcycle.
    • A large-capacity airbox is used to match the higher engine output. The air inlets have been designed to provide an exciting auditory experience.
    • The Engine Control Module (ECM) provides state-of-the-art engine management and has carefully developed settings to suit the intake and exhaust systems, resulting in linear throttle response and class-leading fuel economy.
    • Suzuki's Advanced Traction Control system* lets the GSX-S750Z ABS rider control the throttle with more confidence in various riding conditions. As a result, the rider can enjoy sport riding with more comfort. There are four traction control modes (1, 2, 3, and OFF) that the rider can easily select at rest or on the fly via a handlebar-mounted control. The difference between the modes is their sensitivity to road conditions.* Mode 1 is the lowest sensitivity level - most suitable for skilled riders or in conditions that have good road surface grip (sport riding on good, smooth roads).* Mode 2 is a moderate sensitivity level - suitable for most riders or in conditions that have varied road surface grip (city riding, regular road conditions).* Mode 3 is the highest sensitivity level - suitable for road conditions where the grip may be limited (wet or cold surfaces).* OFF disengages all traction control features.
    • The digital ignition fires iridium type spark plugs that increase spark strength and combustion efficiency, contributing to higher power, more linear throttle response, easier engine start-up, and a more stable idle. These quality components also last longer than conventional spark plugs.
    • The stainless steel, 4-2-1 exhaust system helps the engine deliver a strong low- to mid-range punch with an exciting rush to redline. A larger catalyzer is in the mid-pipe to assist in emissions control without sacrificing performance. A polished stainless steel shield accents the black exhaust silencer.
    • Angular radiator shrouds efficiently guide cooling air to the high-capacity radiator. Additional heat is removed from the engine via the use of a lightweight and compact liquid-cooled oil cooler (like those used on GSX-R600 and 750 models).
    • *The Traction Control System is not a substitute for the rider's throttle control. It cannot prevent loss of traction due to excessive speed when the rider enters a turn and/or applies the brakes. Neither can it prevent the front wheel from losing grip.

    Transmission Features

    • The race-proven, GSX-R-style six-speed, close-ratio transmission features vertically staggered shafts to reduce overall engine length.
    • The final gear ratio is shorter than the prior generation GSX-S750 to help the 2023 GSX-S750Z ABS have quicker acceleration. The current generation GSX-S750Z ABS has higher peak power to retain the same top speed potential.
    • Large-diameter, wet multi-plate clutch is derived from a GSX-R750 design to easily transmit power, while the rack-and-pinion clutch release provides the rider with superb friction-point feel.
    • The ingenious shift linkage helps the rider easily and quickly select the best gear for the riding conditions.
    • The strong drive chain uses O-rings to preserve internal lubrication so power is transmitted smoothly and quietly.

    Chassis Features

    • With styling influenced by the GSX-S1000, but with its own aggressive turn, the GSX-S750Z ABS bodywork looks wild and forceful, yet keeps the rider comfortable at all times.
    • The headlight nacelle provides a visual focal point while the under-cowl connects the chassis styling to the engine and new exhaust system.
    • Frame design combines the advantages of a compact tubular-style street bike frame and a twin-spar sportbike frame to deliver a dynamic ride. A reasonable sport riding position is created by a carefully crafted relationship between the handlebars, footrests, and seat.
    • The low seat height of 820mm (32.2 inches) contributes to the sporty, yet upright riding position and aids rider confidence at stops.
    • Large-diameter, matte black, tapered aluminum handlebars damp vibration while adding style and good control leverage for the rider.
    • Radial-mounted, four-piston Nissin brake calipers squeeze twin, 310mm, wave-style brake rotors up front with a single-piston rear caliper out back to help deliver controlled stops.
    • Both the front and rear brakes can be modulated by a compact Anti-lock Brake System (ABS)** controller to match stopping force to the available traction.
    • Inverted KYB fork with gold-anodized outer tubes features spring preload adjustment while the axle holder provides a solid foundation for the Nissin radial-mounted brake calipers.
    • The trapezoidal, beam-type swingarm tapers down to precise chain adjusters that add strength and style.
    • Link-type rear suspension, with a single shock absorber working through a progressive linkage, has seven-way adjustable spring preload.
    • Developed directly for Suzuki's GSX-S750 models, the 10-spoke, cast aluminum wheels from TPR hold Bridgestone Battlax Hypersport S21 radial tires that deliver high grip and stability.
    • The black finish, aluminum hand and foot controls provide excellent action and contribute to the motorcycle's sporty style.
    • **Depending on road surface conditions, such as wet, loose, or uneven roads, braking distance for an ABS-equipped vehicle may be longer than for a vehicle not equipped with ABS. ABS cannot prevent wheel skidding caused by braking while cornering. Please ride carefully and do not overly rely on ABS.

    Electrical Features

    • This GSX-S750Z ABS has the Suzuki's Easy Start System that requires just a simple touch of the starter button to fire up the engine (without pulling the clutch lever if the transmission is in neutral).
    • Distinctively shaped headlight nacelle contains a bright 60/55-watt H4 halogen bulb. The tail section houses an integrated LED tail light with a dual-pane, red/clear lens.
    • Similar to a SV650, the lightweight and compact instrument panel uses an LCD display that includes speedometer, tachometer, odometer, dual trip meters, gear position, coolant temperatures, driving range, average fuel consumption, instantaneous fuel consumption, traction control and ABS alert icons, and a clock.
    • The display has an adjustable intensity, white color backlight for great nighttime visibility, and is flanked by LED indicators for the turn signals, high beam, malfunction, and traction control, plus coolant temperature and oil pressure alerts.
    • A three-phase charging system, with an oil-cooled stator, keeps the maintenance-free battery up to charge for trouble-free operation.

    Additional Features

    • A variety of Genuine Suzuki Accessories are available for the GSX-S750Z ABS, such as a solo seat cowl and sport screen, plus a large selection of logo apparel.
    • 12-month unlimited mileage limited warranty. Longer coverage periods with other benefits available through Suzuki Extended Protection (SEP).**Subject to separate coverage for certain parts and the exclusions and limitations described in the New On-Road Motorcycle Limited Warranty.


    • Engine: 749cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, 4-cylinder, DOHC
    • Bore x Stroke: 72.0 mm x 46.0 mm (2.834 in. x 1.811 in.)
    • Compression Ratio: 12.3:1
    • Fuel System: Fuel injection with SDTV
    • Starter: Electric
    • Lubrication: Wet sump


    • Clutch: Wet, multi-plate type
    • Transmission: 6-speed constant mesh
    • Final Drive: Chain, RK 525, 114 links


    • Suspension Front: Inverted telescopic, coil spring, oil damped
    • Suspension Rear: Link type, single shock, coil spring, oil damped
    • Brakes Front: Nissin, 4-piston, twin disc, ABS-equipped
    • Brakes Rear: Nissin, 1-piston, single disc, ABS-equipped
    • Tires Front: 120/70ZR17M/C (58W), tubeless
    • Tires Rear: 180/55ZR17M/C (73W), tubeless
    • Fuel Tank Capacity: 16.0 L (4.22 US gal.)
    • Color: Metallic Oort Gray No. 3 / Glass Sparkle Black


    • Ignition: Electronic ignition (transistorized)
    • Spark Plug: NGK CR9EIA-9 or DENSO IU27D (x 4)
    • Headlight: 12V 60/55W (H4)
    • Tail Light: LED


    • Overall Length: 2125 mm (83.7 in.)
    • Overall Width: 785 mm (30.9 in.)
    • Overall Height: 1055 mm (41.5 in.)
    • Wheelbase: 1455 mm (57.3 in.)
    • Ground Clearance: 135 mm (5.3 in.)
    • Seat Height: 820 mm (32.3 in.)
    • Curb Weight: 213 kg (470 lb.)


    • Warranty: 12-month unlimited mileage limited warranty
    • Extension: Longer coverage periods with other benefits available through Suzuki Extended Protection (SEP)


    For your safety, always wear a helmet, eye protection, and protective clothing when riding any motorcycle or ATV. Never ride under the influence of alcohol or other drugs. Study your owner's manual and always inspect your Suzuki before riding. Take a riding skills course. For the MSF street course nearest you, call 1-800-446-9227. Off-road riders can enroll in the DirtBike SchoolSM by calling 1-877-288-7093. ATV riders can call the SVIA at 1-800-852-5344 and we'll even pay for the training. Suzuki engineered the GSX-Rs™, Hayabusa, and the QuadSport Z400 for experienced riders.Specifications, appearances, equipment, color, features, materials and other items of “SUZUKI" products shown are subject to change by manufacturer at any time without notice.Suzuki, the “S" logo, and Suzuki model and product names are Suzuki Trademarks or ®. © 2023 Suzuki Motor USA, LLC.

    Product Specs


    Engine Type4-stroke, 4-cylinder, DOHC
    Bore and Stroke2.834 in. x 1.811 in. (72.0 mm x 46.0 mm)
    Compression Ratio12.3:1
    Fuel SystemFuel injection with SDTV
    IgnitionElectronic ignition (transistorized)


    Transmission6-speed constant mesh
    Final DriveChain, RK 525, 114 links


    Front SuspensionInverted telescopic, coil spring, oil damped
    Rear SuspensionLink type, single shock, coil spring, oil damped
    Front BrakesNissin, 4-piston, twin disc, ABS-equipped
    Rear BrakesNissin, 1-piston, single disc, ABS-equipped
    Front Tire120/70ZR17M/C (58W), tubeless
    Rear Tire180/55ZR17M/C (73W), tubeless


    Wheelbase57.3 in. (1455 mm)
    Seat Height32.3 in. (820 mm)
    Fuel Capacity4.22 US gal. (16.0 L)
    Dry WeightCurb Weight: 470 lb. (213 kg)


    ColorsMetallic Oort Gray No. 3 / Glass Sparkle Black
    Warranty12-month unlimited mileage limited warranty

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    Will there be a 2023 GSX-S750? ›

    The 2023 GSX-S750Z ABS blends GSX-R750-derived engine performance with an ergonomically sound chassis to fashion a naked sportbike that gathers attention everywhere you ride it, thanks to its aggressive appearance.

    What is the top speed of a GSX-S750Z abs? ›

    A tough, quiet O-ring chain carries the power to the rear wheel with an overall gear ratio that turns in a 142 mph GSX-S750 top speed, which is still a lot of bike for the buck.
    2022 Suzuki GSX-S750 Performance and Capability.
    Engine & Drivetrain
    Clutch:Wet, multi-plate type
    Transmission:6-speed constant mesh
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    What is the difference between Suzuki GSX-S750 and GSX-S750Z? ›

    For those of you wondering, the GSX-S750 and GSX-S750Z are essentially the same motorcycles. The latter will cost you an additional $400 and offers the added safety net of ABS. Meanwhile, Suzuki sells the bike in Canada with the feature as standard. For 2022, the GSX-S750 is available in a Metallic Matte Black No.

    Does the GSX-S750 have abs? ›

    Equipped with a compact, smooth-operating Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)**, the GSX-S750Z ABS has front Nissin Monobloc four-piston brake calipers, and twin, wave-style brake rotors supply strong and consistent braking performance.

    Is the GSX-S750 being discontinued? ›

    The 2023 GSX-S750Z is essentially the 2022 GSX-S750, which will no longer be available as a 2023 model. And the former branding of the GSX-S750Z, which represented the inclusion of ABS will now be the GSX-S750Z ABS.

    What is the top speed of a 2023 GSX-R750? ›

    A tough, chain-type final drive sends power to the rear wheel with a GSX-R750 top speed of around 170 mph.

    How much horsepower does a GSX S750Z have? ›

    Key Specification of GSX S750 Top Model
    Emission TypeBS6
    Engine Displ.749 cc
    No Of Cylinders4
    Max Torque81 Nm @ 9000 rpm
    Max Power114.2 PS @ 10500 rpm
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    What is the 0 to 60 on a GSX S750Z? ›

    Suzuki GSX-S750 0-60 mph in 3.10 seconds.

    How much horsepower does a Suzuki S750Z have? ›

    The Suzuki GSX-S750Z Phantom has 114.00 HP (83.2 kW)) @ 10500 RPM.

    Does Suzuki GSX S750 have quick shifter? ›

    Although its impossible to create a true Moto GP seamless shift action as it's a feature of the physical gear box Translogic's seamless shift simulation is a unique feature of these powerful Intellishift quickshifter systems enabling the rider to take advantage of much quicker gearshifts and more importantly even ...

    What is the fastest Suzuki GSX? ›

    In the list of fastest production motorcycles by acceleration, a 2006 Suzuki GSX-R1000 at a drag strip a 2006 model once recorded a 0 to 60 mph time of 2.35 seconds. Relaxed current record. This is the only GSX-R1000 that has won a title to championnat du monde de Superbike.

    How much is a GSX s750z? ›

    The Suzuki GSX S750 is a motorcycle that comes with a price tag of estimate Rs. 7.47 Lakh.It is available in 1 variant and 2 colours. GSX S750 is powered by a bs4 engine. It has Disc front brakes and Disc rear brakes.

    How much HP does a Suzuki GSX-S750 ABS have? ›

    Suzuki GSX-S 750
    Make ModelSuzuki GSX-S 750 / ABS
    Max Power73.8 kW / 99.1 hp @ 10170 rpm
    Max Torque73.6 Nm / 54.3 lb-ft / @ 9060 rpm
    ClutchWet, multi-plate type
    Transmission6 Speed, constant mesh
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    Does Suzuki GSX-S750 have slipper clutch? ›

    Glaring omission of high-quality parts (no steel-braided lines, no slipper clutch, no adjustable clutch lever, no LED lighting (other than the taillight)). Lack of pillion comfort - pillion seat only for the brave, especially with there being no pillion grab rails.

    What year did GSX get ABS? ›

    In 2013, Suzuki launched the GSX-1300R Hayabusa ABS, and as its name says, the bike was delivered with standard ABS and was Suzuki's first bike in the sport range that offered the safety feature technology.

    What is the difference between GSX-R and GSX? ›

    The GSX-S has a sporty edge to it. The wide Renthal bars allow you to throw the friendly bike around. The Brembo radial brake calipers are almost a match for the GSX-R items and the GSX-S comes with three-way traction control for added support, whereas the sporty GSX-R doesn't have any rider aids.

    Where is Suzuki GSX-S750 made? ›

    Given that the motorcycle will be 'Made-in-India' we expect to see aggressive pricing which will help the middleweight roadster battle against the likes of Triumph Street Triple, Kawasaki Z900 and the Ducati Monster 797. The Suzuki GSX-S750 takes visual cues from its elder sibling, the GXS-S1000.

    Why have Suzuki stopped making GSX-R? ›

    The biggest reason for the discontinuation of the GSX-R1000 is because of the tightening emission standards in Japan. With the Reiwa emission regulations revised for the second year, perhaps Suzuki didn't see it fit to update the GSX-R1000.

    How much does a 2023 GSXR 750 weigh? ›

    Wheelbase1390 mm (54.7 in.) Ground Clearance130 mm (5.1 in.) Seat Height810 mm (31.9 in.) Curb Weight190 kg (419 lb.)

    How much horsepower does a 2023 GSXR 750 have? ›

    2023 Suzuki GSX-R750 Claimed Specs
    Compression Ratio:12.5:1
    Transmission/Final Drive:6-speed/chain
    Cycle World Measured Horsepower:121.5 hp @ 12,560 rpm
    Cycle World Measured Torque:53 lb.-ft. @ 10,840 rpm
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    Can a beginner ride a GSX-R750? ›

    According to the first time owners on the GSXR forum, this 750cc motorcycle easily breaks the speed limit. Besides, the throttle response is incredibly faster, and it can get a beginner in trouble sooner than they know.

    What is the Z in GSXR 750z? ›

    What z series? The z package is the premium package- all available upgrades....

    What is the wet weight of GSX s750z? ›

    465 lb.

    What is the rev limit on the GSX-S750? ›

    From there, it's a mad rush all the way to the 11,500 rpm limiter.

    What is the difference between GSX-S750 and SV 650? ›

    whereas the Suzuki GSX S750 tallies 4.6 out of 5 based on 5 user reviews..
    GSX S750 vs SV650.
    Key HighlightsGSX S750SV650
    Max Power114.2 PS @ 10500 rpm76 PS @ 8500 rpm
    Body TypeSports Naked BikesSports Naked Bikes
    Engine TypeLiquid-cooled, 4-cylinder, 4-stroke, DOHC4-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC V-Twin
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    What is the top speed of a GSX-R750 by gear? ›

    If you keep feeding the GSX-R750 gears, you will eventually end up with a top speed of 170 mph in top gear showing around 13000 rpm with more revs to go.
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    Suzuki GSX-R750 Acceleration
    0-10 mph0.51
    0-20 mph0.92
    0-30 mph1.50
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    What is the most powerful Suzuki motor? ›

    Suzuki DF350A is the most powerful ever produced by the Japanese manufacturer. Powerful, quiet, with a keen eye for fuel economy.

    What is the fuel consumption of the GSX-S750? ›

    The GSX-S750 boosts the power output of its street-tuned engine over its predecessor, even while making advances that satisfy the stringent Euro 4 emissions regulations and achieve a class-leading level of fuel efficiency*1 at 20.4km/L (4.90L/100km)*2.

    What are the traction control modes on the GSX-S750? ›

    Mode one is for sport riding with minimal intervention, mode two offers the ideal balance for typical road conditions; and mode three delivers maximum traction control when riding in poor conditions.

    What does GSXS stand for Suzuki? ›

    Suzuki's GSX-R supposedly stands for “Grand Sport eXperimental- Racing”, Honda's CB stands for “City Bike”, and CBR is short for “City Bike Racer” (or “racing”) not for “cross beam racer”.

    Does quickshifter increase speed? ›

    Having a quick shifter also increases the speed of your motorcycle. It increases safety and enhances the overall performance of your motorcycle.

    Does quickshifter require clutch? ›

    A quickshifter (or quick shifter) is a device that eliminates the need to use the clutch or throttle when shifting gears on a manual transmission.

    What is the 0 60 mph of a GSX? ›

    Suzuki GSX-R1000 acceleration through the gears
    Suzuki GSX-R1000 Acceleration
    0-50 mph2.57
    0-60 mph3.10
    0-70 mph3.65
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    What is the most powerful GSX-R? ›


    The 2023 GSX-R1000 features the most powerful and technologically advanced engine to date, with 148.6kW (2oohp) at 13,200rpm and 117.6Nm of torque at 10,800rpm, channelled through a bi-directional quickshifter for smooth shifting up and down.

    Which is the most fastest bike of Suzuki? ›

    The Hayabusa is well known for being the fastest bike in the world at its 1999 launch, recording a top speed of 194 mph. It achieved this with a four-cylinder engine delivering a mighty 173 horsepower.

    Is a GSX-R750 a super sport? ›

    A servo motor, associated linkages, and electrical connections transform the Gixxer 750 into a Supersport Next Generation racebike.

    How many gears does a Suzuki GSX 750 have? ›

    There are 6-Speed gears available in Suzuki GSX S750.

    How many pounds is a GSX-R750? ›

    The wet weight is 194.1 kg (428 lb).

    What is the top speed of a GSX-R600 without limiter? ›

    11-13 Suzuki GSX-R600 Top Speed 161 mph.

    How much HP does a Suzuki 650 GSXR have? ›

    The 656 cc liquid-cooled engine has 85 bhp (63 kW) and a 12,500 rpm redline.

    Do you really need a slipper clutch? ›

    A Slipper Clutch reduces the effects of engine braking. It also reduces wear and tear on the engine and transmission, thereby improving its durability. A Slipper Clutch prevents the rear-wheel from locking-up in case of any uncertain situation. Slipper Clutch improves the performance of the motorcycle.

    What does a slipper clutch allow you to do? ›

    The main purpose of a slipper clutch is to prevent over engine rev and rear wheel hop (or clatter) especially under hard braking in a vehicle (usually performance motorcycles). It does so by partially slipping until engine's speed matches with the vehicle's speed upon sudden braking.

    Is a slipper clutch safer? ›

    Bikes without slipper clutches transfer their engine braking or slowing force to the rear wheel instantly, leading to lock-ups or wobbles of the same. The slipper clutch prevents any such incident from taking place. It makes it safer to brake or downshift at higher speeds and then accelerate again.

    How many miles can a GSX-R750 last? ›

    If you take care of the bike it should last 70-100k miles.

    How many miles per gallon does a GSX-R750 get? ›

    Based on data from 18 vehicles, 726 fuel-ups and 87,345 miles of driving, the 2008 Suzuki GSX-R750 gets a combined Avg MPG of 36.82 with a 0.47 MPG margin of error.

    What is the top speed of the Gixxer 750? ›

    The best we see in MCN tests is the mid-170mph mark, which backs up rumours that some Japanese manufacturers are placing 280km/h limiters on their superbikes. So not only is a 750 faster around a track than a Blade, it's faster than a GSX-R1000, too.

    Will there be a new GSX-R750? ›

    The 2023 GSX-R750 is the latest expression of the GSX-R's original concept and builds upon Suzuki's championship-winning heritage. Like no other sportbike, the GSX-R750 offers a precise, high-performance riding experience that may be used on the street or the racetrack.

    Is Suzuki discontinuing the GSX-R750? ›

    The long-running Suzuki GSX-R600 and GSX-R750 have been discontinued locally, leaving the GSX-R1000 ($23,190) and flagship GSX-R1000R ($26,490) its only sports offerings.

    Will there be a 2023 GSXR? ›

    Key Features. The 2023 GSX-R1000 arrives in a new Pearl Brilliant White and Metallic Matte Stellar Blue paint scheme with blue wheels or a new Metallic Matte Black No. 2 and Glass Sparkle Black scheme with yellow graphics on the fairing and black wheels.

    Do Suzuki still make GSX-R750? ›

    In 1985, Suzuki revolutionized the sportbike category with the introduction of the original GSX-R750. The 2022 GSX-R750 continues Suzuki's tradition of building Supersport bikes powered by a strong engine carried in a lightweight and nimble chassis.

    Does 2023 GSX-R have abs? ›

    With 12 years between the 2023 edition and the last major upgrade to the platform, the GSX-R750 offers a unique proposition to riders: sportbike simplicity. There are only two ride modes, no ABS, no traction control, no wheelie mitigation, no quickshifter, and no ride-by-wire system.

    What are the colors of the GSX-S750 2023? ›

    Suzuki GSX-S750 2023 has a total of 4 color choices in Philippines: Glass Sparkle Black, Metallic Triton Blue, Metallic Mat Black, Pearl Galcier White.

    Is the GSX-S750 fast? ›

    The GSX-S750 gets up to 120-130 mph pretty quickly but getting that last 10 mph or so out of her, you will need at least a mile if starting from a stop.

    What is Kawasaki releasing for 2023? ›

    Kawasaki is very excited to announce the launch of additional 2023 motorcycle models including the all-new KLX®230 SM, the new KLX®230 and KLX®230 S, the new KLR®650 S, and the updated Ninja®650 and Z650 motorcycles.

    Is Suzuki getting out of the motorcycle business? ›

    Does this mean Suzuki will cease manufacturing motorcycles and related products? No. Suzuki is committed to continue to do business in the motorcycle category and deliver premium Suzuki motorcycles, ATVs, and scooters to its dealers and customers.

    Is Suzuki shutting down? ›

    Suzuki announces fourth plant shutdown of 2023.

    What year GSX-R is the fastest? ›

    In the list of fastest production motorcycles by acceleration, a 2006 Suzuki GSX-R1000 at a drag strip a 2006 model once recorded a 0 to 60 mph time of 2.35 seconds. Relaxed current record. This is the only GSX-R1000 that has won a title to championnat du monde de Superbike.

    What new motorcycles are coming out in 2023? ›

    Some are new, some are tried-and-true, but all are worth a tire-kick, a test drive or a gawk.
    • ARCH 1s. ARCH.
    • 2023 Ducati SuperSport 950s. Ducati.
    • 2023 BMW M1000RR. BMW.
    • Suzuki V-Strom 800DE. Suzuki.
    • 2023 Indian Challenger Elite. Indian.
    Mar 3, 2023

    What is the 0 60 on a 2023 GSX-R750? ›

    The GSX-R750 can accelerate from 0-60 mph in 3.13 seconds.

    Where are GSX-S750 made? ›

    Given that the motorcycle will be 'Made-in-India' we expect to see aggressive pricing which will help the middleweight roadster battle against the likes of Triumph Street Triple, Kawasaki Z900 and the Ducati Monster 797. The Suzuki GSX-S750 takes visual cues from its elder sibling, the GXS-S1000.

    Is a GSX-R750 bigger than a 600? ›

    The GSX-R750 is the bike that I had most questions about. After all, there is no race class for a 750 anymore and it's only a smidgen bigger than the 600.

    What is the rev limit on a GSX-R750? ›

    Redline was 14,500 rpm.


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