2015 Suzuki GSX-R 600, This GSX-R 600 features an aftermarket Saddlemen Seat (MSRP: $300) . Suzuki continues the Gixxer family legacy into the 2016 model year with the GSX-R600 powered by a 599 cc engine and includes all the sporty handling that is expected in this prestigious line. . The skeleton of the GSX-R600 is comprised of five separate sections made from cast aluminum that are then welded together to form a light and strong twin-spar assembly with a cast-aluminum swingarm to help keep the unsprung weight low in back. An electronically-adjusted automatic steering damper reacts to bike speed to stiffen up at higher speeds to resist kickback at the bars and loosen up again at low speed for ease of maneuvering. It s a good system that beats the Hell out of the old fixed-value dampers and is miles better than relying on steering-head bearing adjustment alone. . The tripletree clamps a pair of Showa s Big Piston Forks (BPF) that benefit from racing technology to provide adjustable rebound and compression damping as well as spring preload for absolute control over the ride quality at the front end. Showa supports the rear end as well with a central monoshock that also comes with adjustable compression and rebound damping plus a ride-height adjuster. Not content to just make a streetbike that looks like it has race DNA the factory borrows from its own MotoGP track experience to build in a number of race-proven features into the GSX-R600. Using its 599 cc inline-four mill for the foundation the engineers built it up with a bit of delightfulness such as their shot-peen-hardened con rods; as well as lightweight Finite Element Method (FEM) forged pistons with coated rings and ventilation to help combat mechanical losses. . The valvetrain comes tuned for minimal losses as well with titanium-blended valve metallurgy and a single spring to work with the most radical cams Suzuki has ever installed in a production bike. Oversquare the engine runs a 67 mm bore with a 42.5 mm stroke that produces around 104 horsepower and 44 pound-feet of torque for a top speed around 155 mph. . Now for some electronic wizardry. Suzuki uses an Engine Control Module (ECM) with ride-by-wire throttle input to control induction. The Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve (SDTV) technology in the fuel-injected throttle body moderates power delivery with a secondary butterfly to reach a compromise between requested power at the grip and what the engine can smoothly deliver. . Additionally the Suzuki Drive Mode Selector (S-DMS) provides a pair of rider modes to choose from for even more control over power delivery. Finally the Suzuki Exhaust Tuning system incorporates a valve in the exhaust system to provide variable and dynamic backpressure control. A back-torque limiting clutch couples engine power to the six-speed transmission that comes with a tall first gear ratio that gets shorter on up the… Read the full description on our Website at: www.texasstrongpowersports.c
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