Suzuki, reportedly will soon launch the latest variant of the superbike motorcycle in the middle or the end of next year, the Suzuki GSX-R1000. One thing that is quite radical done by Suzuki is the use of VVT engines. The revolution made by the manufacturer of the State of Sakura, making them now a step ahead compared to its competitors.

Suzuki GSX-R1000 has a MotoGP DNA

Thirty years ago, since Suzuki presented a standard model of a superbike motorcycle, known as the GSX-R750, they are now developing the latest type of superbike. The news that developed said that some detailed elements of the Suzuki GSX-RR MotoGP will be applied to the GSX-R1000 L7.

A decade after Suzuki launched the legendary K5, which was able to combine the capabilities on the road and race track, now the Japanese manufacturer wants to introduce something quite surprising. Reportedly, the kitchen runway sector is a mainstay of Suzuki to present its latest superbike later. The plan, Suzuki bike dealers sell this motorbike at a fairly competitive price, in the range of £ 15,595.

Suzuki GSX-R1000 Engine Performance

At the heart of the Suzuki GSX-R1000 will use a revolutionary engine that uses a VVT (Variable Valve Timing), and is the first to be applied to a pure superbike motorcycle. The patent ensures that the system used does not adopt another VVT system, but uses a variable inlet valve timing and lift system, which has an intake camshaft with a variety of back profile options. The result, the engine is able to produce maximum power and torque, but without pausing the engine rotation.

The power produced by the GSX-R1000 is reportedly capable of reaching 200 bhp. Suzuki prefers to pursue increasing balance by cutting its weight to under 200 kg. Suzuki sticks to the K5 ethos, which develops the best superbike handling on the market.

Technology and Features of the Suzuki GSX-R1000

GSX-R1000 uses the latest chassis technology, which is carried off from the GSX-RR GP model. In addition, safety features such as ABS Bosch are guaranteed and also the sporting traction control duo, which is the result of the development of GP motorcycles. As for the suspension, a semi-active model or the Bosch Inertial Measurement Unit is used. Suzuki seemed to want to get the perfection of engineering, compared with electronic intervention.